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Anyone heard of mouse number six??

california_artist
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Eh???

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kkstef
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Nope....never heard of Mouse number 6.... I give up!

Karen

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Cecile Louise
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I'm stumped...

california_artist
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daisy366
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he's probably some special research animal that will help find the cure for UPSC!!!! If so, he is my friend.

california_artist
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I had lots more fun clues.
Oh, well.

claudia

cleo
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Come on...I am awaiting the rest of this Claudia

california_artist
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Originally, I was going to tell you the story of mouse number six, because it is a very interesting story, which I found while reading Anti Cancer A New Way of Life. After my reading last night in the book, the things I read were so vital to our chances of survival, that I've decided instead to very strongly suggest that all of you read it for yourselves, digest what's in it, decide individually what steps you are willing to take to hugely increase your chances of coming out of this alive, and on being able to go on to lead long and happy lives.

It is very, very easy reading, unlike Dr. Boik's book, which is highly technical and spells out medical reasons for things. This author suggests specific things to do and why choosing to do those things can change the course of you journey through cancer just as it has his.

I have never cheated on a test, nor would I ever allow anyone to copy from my paper, even as a child in elementary school. Even then I was of a philosophical bent, deciding that if I let that child or adult, as I carried this principle into college, cheat, I was actually cheating them of the knowledge they would get for themselves if they did the reading and learning themselves.

I know I've just gotten up and may regret this later, but I have decided to offer the same respect to you and not deprive you of your own acquiring of knowledge, you will remember best what you experience for yourselves, you will not run the risk of my misunderstanding or miscommunication of some idea he is putting forth.

I wish you all the best of luck, and in the "mom" /"Queen mode" that I sometimes get into, I'm truly doing this for your own good. No child of mine was ever told how to spell a word, they had to get out the dictionary and look it up for themselves as did I. Having to look it up for yourselves may save your lives. I'm not simply referring to Mighty Mouse as he is only a small part in the book, but the rest of the information is priceless.

Sorry if any one's annoyed with me, but as a caring person I will risk your ire as I firmly believe this will be in all of your own best interest. I always tell my children, just because it's the right thing to do doesn't mean it's easy.

I will try to stay out of this mode in the future as even I can see how you might just want to slap me upside the head for being such a pompous ____.

This is not what I had originally intended, I had intended to give out small pieces of information daily as time allowed from the book. I no longer feel that is the right thing to do. Enjoy the freedom and power of the knowledge for yourselves.

My extreme love to you all, truly,

Claudia

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Cecile Louise
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Thank you, friend, for your gift. I truly believe in the old saying: "Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will never be hungry." or something along those lines. I can't wait to run to the bookstore after work for this book...something I wouldn't have done if you "spoon-fed" it to me. So thank you, although I was kind of enjoying the mouse riddle...hehe.

Big hug,
Cecile

cleo
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Hi Claudia. There are people like me. I have a carcinosarcoma,,very rare and there is little known about it. When I went on line I found doom and gloom so chose to flag that, be me and be well. To date that is working. Because I choose not to research I find your snippets very interesting as they open doors that I hadn't thought of. I figure that if it is something that I don't find relevent I quick read, if otherwise I take it on board and think more about it and act on it if I feel it is for me. Others can do the same can't they so I shouldn't worry about their sensibilities. I would say that there are more like me on site who don't post often, do not live in the USA so are rather detached with regard to treatment/procedures/methods/insurance etc, but who find this site a mine of information and support. Continue please.
If you are in the 'freeze zone' I am sending you sun, warmth, thanks and a stellar year for 2010...I'm sending it anyway!!!
Celia

california_artist
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Hi, nice to hear from you, sorry about the specific cancer diagnosis. You would very much benefit from reading the book, although from your prior posts you may be doing a great deal of what he suggests. The book is in no way geared towards a specific cancer, anyone would benefit from trying the changes in the book. I took a quick look and amazon.com has new ones for $11.99. You would have the best outcome should you read it yourself, deciding which open doors would work the very best for your situation.. Thanks for the input.

Gotta go. Got things to do. Books to read. Hugs to give.

Many good wishes,

Claudia

For those of you only interested in the story of Mighty Mouse, here is a url
http://toddholm.com/main/page_mighty_mouse.html
In no way does it relate the tale in full as the book does, but it does provide the answer to the question if that is all you're interested in finding out.

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