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Amazone I.
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a good friend of mine was operated yesterday and got the diagnosis *Glioblastom*  
He's an A Rh + but teacher..... and about 63 years old... I spoke to him today and even after that operation he seemed to be fit.....

I hope to be heared while comeing along with boswellia or serrata or cartherii and
some healing mushrooms... he didn't believed me today at the phone while begging to get the chance to treat him in alternative medicine.... but I know I am on the right track and will do all I can to help this guy out of his situation....

do you guys have any other suggestions to cope with that issue are there any
therapists on the board to give me further glimpses for treatments !!! would be more then appreciated... thanx in advance  


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good luck.. and add some asparagus as well ..one a day is better than not..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Turmeric. I have some every single day in food. Lots of green tea. And here is a long list of cancer fighting foods: http://www.webmd.com/cancer/ss/slideshow-cancer-fighting-foods. All of us have proven one way or another that getting the right foods in abundance is MAGIC! The best of luck to you and him! I can imagine that he is very, very vulnerable to the persuasion of "modern medicine!"


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Artemisinin, which has been used very successfully for treating malaria, has recently been found to be effective against many cancers, including glioblastoma.


"in order for cancer cells to rapidly divide they need to store iron. On their cell surface they have a transfer mechanism to deliver the needed iron from the blood into the cancer cell. Cancer cells have an abnormal number of these receptors for iron and the aggressiveness of the tumor is indicated by the number of these iron receptors. Artemisinin carries a endoperoxide moiety that forms powerful free radicals in the presence of high iron destroying cancer cell membranes. Delivering artemisinin to the cancer cell causes cancer cell death. ...

Researchers at N.C.I. found artemisinin to have anti-cancer activity against 55 cancer cell lines. Most notably Artemisinin has shown to be effective for leukemia,colon,lung and breast cancer (including radiation resistant breast cancer). Artemisinin also was effective against cancers that were traditionally resistant to chemotherapy. Other cancers that it was found effective for treating include melanoma, ovarian, prostate, renal and central nervous system cancers such as glioblastoma and neuroblastoma. An earlier study with leukemia cells demonstrated 100% cancer cell destruction in half the time (8 hours) as the breast cancer cells, probably due to the rapid cell division and higher iron concentration of leukemia cells.

Artemisinin is delivered daily through IV infusion."

http://www.drceaser.com/therapies/iv-artemisinin


Isa, I used oral tablets of artemisinin when I had some bleeding moles and the information I read for that form said it is not a stand alone treatment and that other treatments should also be used. Perhaps the I.V. treatment is more effective on its own. I hope your friend recovers fully!


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thanx all ...artemisin..jaahhuuii artemesia a beautiful aid for HIV treatments as well ....thanx for the reminder and I wasn't aware about the ca-treaments... I know it's taken as a sort of anti-trigger in parasite treatments / cleanse and also as an antifungal treatment.... and yup seems the idea of *inflammatory issues by *div. triggers* seem to be correct.... .... ...........

and yup to silence the bad genes is right as well ... all


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Artemisinin, which has been used very successfully for treating malaria, has recently been found to be effective against many cancers, including glioblastoma.

Karen, this is fascinating! I've been reading some reviews here and there and am amazed at what this is doing for people!! I have it bookmarked for future reference! Wow!



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Quoted from Spring

Karen, this is fascinating! I've been reading some reviews here and there and am amazed at what this is doing for people!! I have it bookmarked for future reference! Wow!



Yes Spring, I was pleased with my experience using it. I was surprised to read Isa's comment that it is also used as an anti-fungal treatment. I may have to try it again as I think I'm still dealing with some fungal issues.

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and also in the aids-therapy ....

btw does anybody has any experiences with iv. hydrogen peroxide therapy as a anti-cancer treatment ...


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short resumé of todays: I wasn't taken serious and so he's willing to meet the slaughters with chemo and radiation... but obviously all was taken out..why then those hammers You see fear is one of the most i-rsonable things mankind can produce coz it leads to false agreements provoked from assumptions....  
but hopefully am I looking at his new girlfriend she seems to be out of our edges so far my last chance lays on her shoulders... and I'm giving another try even if he doesn't wants to hear me... perhaps is he willing to cope with her ....


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Do you know the grade of this tumor?  My sister has a glioma...low grade which isn't technically
being defined as cancer....had surgery, only 40% could be removed and she had radiation which
gave her another 10%.  She had seizures after surgery, was put on meds....it's been 2 years but
she goes for MRS scans very often.  Not much in the way of management for these types of tumors..
The randomly grow again even when removed....can go from low grade to high grade (cancer) very
quickly....For most it's not whether these tumors grow again, it's when..

I've sent this to my sister...She's blood type A rh+ and likely an Explorer...although not sure.

I'm quite sure the right diet will make a profound difference in longevity...Brain tumor research
from what I've tried to do doesn't show much progress in the way of conventional treatment...It's
either surgery/radiation and oral chemo or more surgery and more chemo.  My sister was told she
cannot have radiation again...which leaves few options should the grade of her tumor ever change.

I thought this was good info....at least the part about alternative therapies
http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/brain-cancer-000024.htm

Make sure a blood type A isn't eating an O diet...My sister is a big
dairy eater and does eat meat.  I've tried to get her to change her diet to more plants...she's rather
a creature of habit and not very hungry from all the meds she takes to prevent seizures...

I would look into PEMFs.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22761760

http://www.pemfnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Science-of-PEMF_Detroit_102012.pdf


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thanx Chloé   but at this very moment my mouth is shut and hands are bound... he seems only be willing to follow the allopathic treatmensts... so far ok this is his descision... .....


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Quoted from Amazone I.
thanx Chloé   but at this very moment my mouth is shut and hands are bound... he seems only be willing to follow the allopathic treatmensts... so far ok this is his descision... .....


Some people just have to do things their own way...Sorry you can't help!

If you get a chance, read about PEMFs anyway....I learned about this from my holistic vet...He's just purchased a large expensive piece of equipment for his office...He used it on my knee....the one that was scanned as having practically no cartilage left and is always stiff.....One treatment...a few minutes...I honestly think my knee improved a lot...He uses it on animals with injuries, after surgery, for tumors....all sorts of applications.....has had remarkable results. Just find the concept interesting.  Animals don't react to the placebo effect the way humans will.

http://www.pemfnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Science-of-PEMF_Detroit_102012.pdf



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you mean I shall implement rei-chi on long distances ..... :k) again


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you mean I shall implement rei-chi on long distances ..... :k) again


why of course!  



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nothing seem to have helped...right now... got the info today that he's still under
radiathion th. & chemo and something still growed in his head again  
I was soo shocked but ok ... no wonder when it's written in the chemo-paper: this might create cancer... no it might not..it does!!! as said I never trust those anymore called *oncologists*.....

and even now the whole family still believes in those chemical treatments.... the more the better    ... ok todays I know it's not my fault- I asked him to go and see good friends of mine who are + - all Dr. meds' and Profs.. but in my discipline ... but nope... they won't.... ok so far not my choices ...... but must be honest.. internally I feel lousy... knowing my hands are bound coz of their belief
systems and also knowing that there are supps really helping out of such a bad situation....


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This is sad, but so many people are like that. I guess we have to continue to be friends & comfort them as well as pray.
((HUGS)) to you!!

I have a friend who is in the latter stages of cancer.  I found out she is type A. She probably ate a better diet than most, but didn't do BTD. I don't think she would understand it at this point.  Her 3 siblings all died of cancer at ages 55, 70, & 82. If she makes it to May 11, she will be 84, so she lived longer, but still got the Big C.
Yes, it can be sad having friends with cancer, but we have to do our best to encourage them.


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btw... I don't think anymore he's a teacher but because of his sharp mind merely a warrior and thou this explains why neither radiation nor chemo did anything for him.... I often observed that warriors seem to need more stuff to come along with sicknessess but also undergo the danger of overdoings... and then situation get reversed into negative outcomes...

thanx dear Mrs T O + for the hugs.. I feel truly lousy at those times coz I wasn't heared nor accepted with my natural healing approaches..... they are all sooooo faithfull in  white coated recommendations instead of giving a try to something new or different..... thus our european genuin belief system of society is heavily undergone by monetary out- and incomes that they even don't reveal other options...
But ok I won't open my mouth anymore here in not having been asked before......


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Isa this is interesting what you are writing about warriors, that they need more or stronger remedies ("stuff"), do I get this right? What do you mean by danger of overdoing? Are warriors inclined to overdo? Overdoing is much too emphasized in my behaviour, and I wonder from whom I inherited this.... My late father RIP was an A, and I keep wondering if he was a warrior.


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yep you got me right Yaeli, it's even true for myselve while undergoing anaesthesia with non-noradrenal containing products....remember a certain %centage in my genotype also is warrior but the biggest part still is explorer... ....
Overdoing while popping meds. in without taking any notice for example I observed this somehow while going for painkillers..... and often males are the leading-ones here ........coz they justamente don't feel nor sideefects nor any effect at all.....but this merely due to their often overactive mind .....


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aaaaannnnnddd re-belotte... he got his 3d tumor since Jan. 2013... he should get operated soon, has problems to walk and heavy pains in his legs   but do you think he's willing to ask for help and comeing along with the needed changes ....
Not at all and his mother is nearly begging him to come to see us but he is nothing but reluctant....

My hands are bound I can't ask him more then I still did.....reluctancy seems to be his favest....


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It is his choice.  (((((Big hugs)))))

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Sorry can't agree... some peeps need further infos about natural healing possibilities...even while practising a certain reluctance   ... don't be afraid I won't take a hammer  to mobilize his cerebral inputs... but merely will go beyond his younger sons' knowledge...and hope that will fit


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have justamente got a phone from his 99 years old mother and my oldest patient as well... that her son was brought to hospital coz he seems unable to move.... I'm not sure due to chemotherapies or........they want to give a last try to another chemical bombe.... I am bouche bee

amazing...amazing...those *believe-systems* and tortured truth...

I am reading this Lothar Hirneises' bestselle *chemo heals cancer and the earth is a disk* all about allopathic treatments for all kinds of cancers but also all about
our modalities to come along in cancer treatments in complementary and alternative medicine  in comparisons.... hmmm and I often asked myselve if I was wrong in my thoughts but this book proves me the total contrary and also
underlines all with facts and literatures....it is even worse than thought all about those lies and beliefs but at the end chemical bombes are nothing but heaviest harms to body and social systems coz the coasts are not at all into relevant posture to true positive successes.... so far it can't be that wrong taking the natural healing way .....

This Mr. Hirneise even mentiones: yes there are true champions of doctors... they literally walk above corps....




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have justamente got a phone from his 99 years old mother and my oldest patient as well... that her son was brought to hospital coz he seems unable to move.... I'm not sure due to chemotherapies or........they want to give a last try to another chemical bombe.... I am bouche bee
Isa at these stages as I understand chemo can only hasten demise, because the body is too weak to fight it, so claro chemo is pointless and not needed anymore... Any other choice would be a better way. Why torture him more uselessly? Chemo can be given only when the body is strong enough to fight back, otherwise it's a waste. Nothing new...  


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