Loading...

GBAdvanced's Recent CancerCompass Activity

  • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

    Just read your last message after sending the message.. very sorry to hear of the loss. My father was also very much like yours... never accepting defeat, rock solid personality, he put on the fight for 2.5 years with this nasty cancer.. born 1944 too what a coincidence and he never quit working until the last day of going into the hospital... writing books was his passion. I can imagine your pain as I am still griev...

    May 01 at 6:36 AM view post
    • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

      I lost my father from gallbladder cancer 2 months ago due to sepsis caused by ascites. His condition was otherwise improving using homeopathy pills... plz try them as it helped him from pain, appetite issues and if not for infection.. he would have lived few more years is my thought with those homeopathy pills. also, high dose of simplex c high vitamin c may help. Salvestrol to get him strong and better

      May 01 at 6:28 AM view post
      • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

        37, Holi Chowk, Dr.M L Agarwal Marg, South Anarkali Extn, Landmark: Near Baldev Park Mandir & Near Preet Vihar Metro Station., Landmark : Baldev Park Mandir Dr Pankaj Aggarwal

        April 15 at 3:11 PM view post
        • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

          Please get him on gemcitabine/chemo asap. We lost my father last month due to ascites...if its malignant its not great news and no other than chemo gemci or some combo can help control this. I wish you the very best. Also, we did find a v good homeopath in Delhi...incase you are INdia.

          March 21 at 6:52 PM view post
          • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

            Please try Psorinum Therapy or get homeopathic medicines and you would definitely see some magic with not only his health improving but also a good chance of complete cure. You can get some in few centers in Usa or Europe or India too. I pray he feels better soon... pls also give lots of lemon, baking soda water etc

            December 13 at 5:03 PM view post
            • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

              colon cancer - where is her cancer spread to? radioembolization would help and perhaps be curative if her liver is involved? she can go to India - Rajiv gandhi internation hospital or Mumbai reliance and get best care for less money and potentially also be cured. Number one oncologist Advani in Mumbai and Dr. Shrikhande or Dr. Jagannath can stille valuate bad cases.

              November 30 at 5:42 AM view post
              • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

                https://www.cancercenter.com/treatments/peptide-receptor-radionuclide-therapy/ This is avl in Rajov Gandhi Cancer Hospital Delhi I believe and few other locations but your dad may benefit from this incase its just one or 2 rtumors? Have an oncologist advise next at AIIMS or some big center for this?

                November 29 at 10:54 PM view post
                • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

                  https://www.cancercenter.com/treatments/peptide-receptor-radionuclide-therapy/ you should evaluate the above if its only 1 or 2 lesions.

                  November 29 at 10:39 PM view post
                  • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

                    You may want to try homeopathy treatment too evaluated? As it has worked for some I hear

                    November 29 at 5:32 PM view post
                    • GBAdvanced has replied to a post on the message board

                      for your case HIPEC would be ideal if there is no other findings. 

                      November 29 at 5:30 PM view post
                      Loading...
                      Load more activity
                      Loading more activity

                      About GBAdvanced

                      GBAdvanced has not shared any information about themselves. Send them a message to tell them you'd like to find out more about them or add them as a friend.

                      We care about your feedback. Let us know how we can improve your CancerCompass experience.