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Comment from: Andrea [Member] Email
Hi Andrea,

I enjoy reading your blogs you seem to have a pretty good grasp on the diet. I too am a Type A and think I'm a warrior. The reason I'm writing is that I had a CA 125 blood test come back very high for ovarian cancer. Normal is 0-35 mine was 235. I had the laproscopic biopsy, didn't find any cancer. That was almost a year ago my CA125 won't go down the Dr. said he could have missed something and recommends a hysterectomy. I'm 49 my mother suffered greatly after her hysterectomy she never felt good,I don't want to go down that same road. I proably do have some cancer there that the DR. didn't see afterall I'm a Type A. My question is should I just try to be real strict with the diet and fight it that way? I read that cancer can't grow in an alkaline body thought about getting a water alkalizing unit and also take some alkalizing supplements or major immune system supplements. I feel very isolated and scared not sure what to do, I live in rural nebraska not even a health food store
close. I'd rather not do the surgery,radiation and chemo,but I don't want to be a fool either. Thank you so much for listening whatever input you can give me I would appreciate greatly!!

Thanke again Linda

LInda I posted a thread for you at www.dadamo.com We will have lots of ideas for you Please join us! Snails are the first thing that come to mind.. If you turn your nose up at them I know we can find a way to hide them in your food. Dr. D makes a supplement too that contains snail lectin that will sweep those cancer cells out of you. I have no way of contacting you personally.
08/18/09 @ 08:26
Comment from: Diana (Mayflowers) [Visitor]
Excellent blog Andrea. You really send a great message to all of us A's that there's really hope if one has cancer in the form of the Blood Type Diet and the GenoType Diet.
08/21/09 @ 20:02

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