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Hi, I have had Stage 4 ovarian cancer for 6.5 years.  I also work full time in education. I am also single and have to rely on friends and family to help.  It is natural to be scared but that will subside.  You are welcome to talk with me anytime.  You can contact the American Cancer Society in Las Vegas for people that will support you in Las Vegas.  I believe they will help you with people that will drive you to chemo.  You will need your health insurance.

Please stay in touch.

Rita, Redmond, WA

 

On 11/17/2008 Lpres wrote:

Hello,  I saw your message and would like to reply.  My brother had inoperable lung cancer back in 2006.  Kurt Peterson of Cancertouch.com was seeing people in Los Angeles at the time.  We went out for one of his appointments.  (we live in Nevada, and I was caretaking for my brother Jim).  Indeed, it was very expensive and we actually did not have very high hopes as Jim was at the point where he had severe trouble breathing and was not able to do much.  During the appointment (it was held at a hotel), Mr. Peterson was holding his hands against my brothers chest, back and all over his body.  I wasn't even really sure what he was doing exactly.  I must admit though, he is quite an interesting man, very personable.  Two months later (67 days to be exact) , Jim went for a visit to his Primary physican and after an x-ray, his lungs had cleared completely.  He kind of knew it was going to be good news as his breathing had improved significantly starting about a week after his appointment with Kurt.  I'm going to relay your message to Jim tomorrow morning and see if he will contact you to speak about his experience.  We didn't actually go through the website cancertouch.com, but were referred by a nurse at the clinic.  ...Best wishes... L. Pressley  

 

I am also considering going to one of Kurt's sessions if people feel that his treatments really work. I have stage 4 ovarian cancer and cannot stay in remission.  It is time to start looking at alternative treatments. 

It is  a lot of money and I will have to raise funds if I decide to do this treatment.  I would love to talk to somene that has received his treatment (whether it was successful or not).

Rita

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