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Author:  knightofalbion [ Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:21 am ]
Post subject:  Man cures himself of "terminal" cancer

An inspirational true story...

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ma ... ng-1325900

Author:  Johhny Electriglide [ Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Man cures himself of "terminal" cancer

Good story!
We already take Vitamin C, selenium, and turmeric (curcumin) every day. At iherb.com I could get a pound of apricot kernels for $19.95 and a pound of barley grass for $13.18, free shipping.
I just visited a friend who has terminal esophageal cancer. Radiation and chemo didn't work. I had told him about essiac and grated whole lemons, but he chose to just follow doctor's orders and die. The ganoderma is also a magnifier of the chemo and makes it more effective, but he didn't take that either.
If it were me, I would be taking the herbal cures. If one didn't seem to work, I would try more, or a combination of all of them. The chemo and radiation are very bad for the body, and my cousin and I think it killed his sister with pancreatic cancer. I began learning about it when three good friends died from cancer. We were all exposed to agent orange and hep C. Thus my use of preventative measures. I wish I could have helped them all. The last, refusing to even try these proven beneficial remedies, was incomprehensible to me.

Author:  knightofalbion [ Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Man cures himself of "terminal" cancer

Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Good story!
We already take Vitamin C, selenium, and turmeric (curcumin) every day. At iherb.com I could get a pound of apricot kernels for $19.95 and a pound of barley grass for $13.18, free shipping.
I just visited a friend who has terminal esophageal cancer. Radiation and chemo didn't work. I had told him about essiac and grated whole lemons, but he chose to just follow doctor's orders and die. The ganoderma is also a magnifier of the chemo and makes it more effective, but he didn't take that either.
If it were me, I would be taking the herbal cures. If one didn't seem to work, I would try more, or a combination of all of them. The chemo and radiation are very bad for the body, and my cousin and I think it killed his sister with pancreatic cancer. I began learning about it when three good friends died from cancer. We were all exposed to agent orange and hep C. Thus my use of preventative measures. I wish I could have helped them all. The last, refusing to even try these proven beneficial remedies, was incomprehensible to me.


Good post!

I agree. I'd certainly use the naturopathic treatments over the allopathic treatments any day.
But of course most people trust in their doctors explicitly and if the doctor says, as invariably they do, that alternative cancer cures are quackery and fraud steer clear of them, sadly in most cases the patient will.

I would like to see freedom of choice and freedom of information. Alas, given the ever increasing profits being racked up I doubt I will ever see the day...

Interesting what you wrote about iherb. As you know they don't advertise, but rely on commission sales. The reason I don't and wouldn't promote them, (lest people think that somehow I was getting a cut) but it's a very good deal I must say.

Author:  knightofalbion [ Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Man cures himself of "terminal" cancer

Bicarbonate of soda and maple syrup is the latest ACT (alternative cancer treatment) doing the rounds here in Europe and in America too so I hear. Needless to say the allopaths have ploughed into it with the usual derision, but it's building up quite a following.

Author:  knightofalbion [ Thu Dec 27, 2012 11:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Man cures himself of "terminal" cancer

Something else that hit the headlines here was this story of John Edrich (You Americans won't have heard of him, but he is a famous former cricketer here in England) He cured his 'hopeless' cancer by using mistletoe injections.
[The Iscador treament for cancer made famous by your American actress Suzanne Somers is also derived from mistletoe]
The full story
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/artic ... s-ago.html

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