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Looking for a Glioblastoma grade IV astrocytoma

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My husband was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma-grade IV astrocytoma tumor in his brain stem in July 2009. Radiation and chemo has not been sucessful. Looking for other type of treatments that have been successful.

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Joined: Apr 2009

There is nothing for sure in this life that is 100% except for salvation in Jesus He is my hope. Sounds like a really bad cancer you are dealing with, I have NPC and been dealing with is for many years now. You need to learn as much as you can about the type of cancer you are dealing with but be carful as there is a lot of trash out there that will mislead you.

Don’t be afraid to confront your doctors about different treatments and what is available to you. Also explore alternative cancer treatments, again be carful as they are many saying they cure cancer, but all they do is empty you wallet.

I hope you believe in the power of prayer it is the best medicine of all, I will keep you both in my prayers. I have some alternative treatments that I have been doing for 3 years now. The cancer is not gone, but it’s also not growing, I will share with you what I am doing my e-mail address is on my post. Keep your doctors informed as to what you are doing they will need to know. Seek the opinion of other doctors as well don’t go by just one.

Good luck and God bless

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