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Researching on treatment options for Bronchoaveolar carcinoma

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Joined: May 2003

Hello every one, my name is Ji and I'm currently doing a research project on BAC for my Trends in Cancer class at State University of New York at Stony Brook. I know that although I'm not personally affected with cancer, and it may seem a waste of time for all the warriors, survivors, and caregivers to spend their valuable time to read of reply my message. However, I also acknowledge that cancer is not only the problem of those who has it, but it's a problem to all of human being. Therefore, I'm doing this research to increase the knowledge of this cancer, and all types of cancer to the general public. Recently, I've read the book "Cancer Increase Your Odds for Survival" by David Bognar. It's an incredible book on all aspects of cancer, especially in the stand point of the patients. In his book, the author stressed the importance of obtaining second opinions, and being an active patient. Also, I've done some research on BAC and found many conventional treatment options, exp. surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and clinical trails. But after reading the book, I also realized that there are also many Alternative treatments available, for example, macrobiotic diets, psychotherapy. Therefore, I would like to know if there are any Alternative treatments avaiable for treating BAC, or any informations regarding this Cancer or any feedback. Thank you for your valuable time and patience, and I wish you the best in your journey in fight this disease of mankind.

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