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  • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

    You may want to investigate Low Dose Naltrexone, LDN. You can get information on the following website: www.ldnresearchtrust.org.  It is a very inexpensive addition to treatment plans. Can talk to a doctor on line and get a prescription, monthly cost is under $40.00. It has some amazing results in cancer treatment.

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    • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

      Hi Patty, Send me your email address in a private email and I will send you what I have. Debbie

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      • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

        You might check in to Low Dose Naltrexone. It super boosts your immune system. Info on line says you can take in conjunction with Chemo. I have a lot of info compiled if you would like me to send it. Too much info for a post. My Bedt, Debbie

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          Investigate the nanoknife. Call Dr Kortz st Swedish Medical in Englewood Colorado. My Dad just had nanoknife to kill his PC tumor. They can use the nanoknife on soft tissue tumors but there may be a size limit, Dads tumor was 4.2cm. Dr Kortz and his team are awesome. My Best, Debbie

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          • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

            Investigste the nanoknife. Call Dr Kortz st Swedish Medical in Englewood Colorado. My Dad just had nanoknife to kill his PC tumor. They can use the nanoknife on soft tissue tumors but there may be a size limit, Dads tumor was 4.2cm. Dr Kortz and his team are awesome. My Best, Debbie

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            • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

              My Dad had inoperable PC, so Dr Kortz at Swedish Medical used the nanoknife to kill the tumor. You might contact his office and see if they can use the nanoknife on all the cancers. Dr Kortz is one of very few doctors that use the nanoknife on pancreatic cancer. If that path is not viable you might look into low dose naltrexone. My Best, Debbie

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              • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

                There is possibly another option, the nanoknife. My Dad was inoperable and Dr Kortz used the nanoknife to kill the tumor. Dr Kortz is one of very few doctors who use the nanoknife on pancreatic cancer. Dr. Kortz is at Swedish Medicsl in Englewood Colorado. Good Luck. Please feel free to ask questions.  My Best, Debbie

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                • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

                  So sorry to hear. You may want to look into Low Dose Naltrexone, it super boosts your immune system. I have done a lot of research about this very low cost drug. I would be happy to provide you with the info I found and physicians that will prescribe. The side effects are negligible. I can email you the info if you give me your email address, it is too lengthy to post. My Best, Debbie

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                  • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

                    My Dad was diagnosed about a month ago with a 4.2 Cm tumor. They could not tell whether it was operable or not. We wanted as many options as possible that is why we chose Dr Kortz at Swedish Medical. During the operation to remove the tumor they found it was too involved with the vascular system to remove it so Dr Kortz used the nanoknife to kill it. The surgery was Friday, he is now on any liquids, probably solids b...

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                    • debistalnaker has replied to a post on the message board

                      Please let her know she will be in good hands. If my Dad is still in the the hospital we can drop in and say hi if you let me know her name. My Dad"s name is Frank, mine is Debbie.

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