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Hi, I've lost my mom and last year my brother to cancer. They don't believe much on alternative medicine. I've done a few resear

hanelg
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Joined: Jan 2012

Hi,
I've lost my mom and last year my brother to cancer. They don't believe much on alternative medicine.
I've done a few research and also info from close friends that having a daily dose of vit. C before meal, 3x a day is a great cure for fighting cancer. I have not proven this yet but hope this info may help.
Any local citrus fruits will do. Common connotation of eating citrus food alone before meal is that it's acidic but based from a source it became acidic once you put sugar on it. (not yet self-proven).

A friend of my father started drinking a local citrus fruit called calamansi fruit 5pcs (concentrated) before meal, then increase the quantity then. His cyst near the anus disappear. Any citrus fruit with high level of VIT-C near you can be used. The key here is to have patience,discipline and stayed positive that it can be cure.

Hope anyone who read this can used this info. to save their love ones.

Dan620
Posts: 213
Joined: Dec 2009

If only it was that simple... Well i do like my orange juice.... Dan

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ellenm4
Posts: 124
Joined: Dec 2011

Vit C is very important for everyone. I took it after almost every vien in my arm collasped while in the hospital. It helps your immune system to stay strong, but when you have cancer your immune system is weakened very much. I will say that vit. c is something we all need to be taking, but we must talk to our onc's first. I use a pure source of Vit C in powder form. I mix a spoon full with 1 oz of water twice a day. As for it curing or killing the cancer cells, well I sort of agree with Dan620...if only it was that simple. But anything is worth a try to help us make it from day to day!

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