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Aggressive Digital Papillary Adenocarcinoma

SpyderD
Posts: 1
Joined: Feb 2012

I was just diagnosed with Aggressive Digital Papillary Adenocarcinoma. About three years ago,I noticed a bump on my finger. Within the last year, it got bigger and I went to the doctor to have it checked. They were unsure of what it was and had never seen anything like before. The tumor was located in my left middle finger and I had it surgically removed a month ago. The biopsy of the tumor was sent out to be tested. My CT and PET scans came back with no signs of any other tumors. They said this form of cancer is so rare there is not much data on it, but they want to do a recision surgery on the finger for safety purposes and have scheduled it for Feb 27.

Now, on to the next level and I can assure you this is not a sales pitch to drink some "miracle formula" that will allow you to play the piano when you couldn't do it before . It's just based upon common sense.

I haven't seen anyone on the forum mention anything about diet. Only chemo and/or radiation. As soon as I heard "the news", I changed my diet instantly from semi-healthy to all green plants, raw and cooked vegetables, fruits, legumes and grains. I went to a nutritionist to do an analysis on my blood, urine and hair. I received a huge list of vitamins that I was deficient in and began taking them immediately.

After doing tons of research, I was shocked to see how we are literally being poisoned every single day by what we eat and what we use. Corrosives in baby wipes, fire retardant in your soda pop, toxins and carcinogens in your hair dyes, shampoos, make-up, and so on.

While it may be true that any one of these chemicals used in one product at acceptable levels are considered safe by the FDA, the accumulative affect of these toxins in everything we eat and touch, are not.

It is interesting how Michelle Obama is working so hard to get Twinkies out of the hands of our children with the food police sending kids home because they have a turkey sandwich in their lunch box, rather than "school approved" chicken nuggets, yet no word about how toxic their toothpaste is.

Long story short, If you are not changing your diet to a plant based one "Vegan" and ridding yourselves of the white death (flour, sugar and salt) as well as becoming aware of the "organic salmon" that is full of toxins, (i.e. falsely labeled products), then nothing that you do will prevent you from seeing reoccurring incidences of diseases.

Get tough, do your research. Everything I have said here can be proven. Don't believe we are being poisoned? Choose anything off a label that you are using that you can't pronounce and google it to find out what it really is. There is a reason that cancer is the number 4 leading cause of death in America and every one in two people will get cancer in their lifetime.

If your cancer is aggressive, it doesn't mean anything other than the fact that you need to get aggressive and educate yourself as to what's causing it and the best nutrients to take to make the cancer cells as uncomfortable as possible in your body.

Start drinking Alkaline water. Cancer loves an acidic environment. Eat only green, truly organic green vegetables, raw and cooked. Buy a cookbook on how to cook them. There are a lot of great books for cancer patients. Recipes so good, you will never miss your garbage diets of toxic food that you ate in the past. Try Hydrogen Peroxide drops and baths, it kills cancer cells. Use the food grade, not what you get in the grocery store and read up on how to do it.

Get educated not depressed. Knowledge equals strength. Meditate. Leave your body and connect your inner spirit to God for his healing powers. Transport that power to your cells and do not give them permission to inhabit your body. God can't help you if you don't include him. He is there for you, all you need to do is ask.

This is not a time card you have been given, it is a wake-up call.

lootboy
Posts: 1
Joined: Nov 2012

i have just found out 4 weeks ago i have this cancer
lucky that it was picked up at the first search-as i thought i had a catus pin in my finger
and thought that is why i had the growth--i also had tests on my other hand but all was clear--also had a pet scan--and my lungs were clear-so i was advised to have my finger removed-so had that done last tuesday---so far have not had the new test to see if all removed---
****i am also booked in to see if i need kemo - i have not read if this has been done for a --just in case----as i really do not want to go down this track if i can get out of it--can any one help me out?????

dkw53
Posts: 21
Joined: May 2011

My husband was diagnoised in early 2011; it was his left index finger that was affected.  He was referred to the Mayo Clinic and he was assigned a Doctor who only deals with the rare forms of cancer.  They did the CT scan and found lung nodules; however the Doctor felt it was probably nothing to be concerned about.  He said that about 30% of the population have them.  The Doctor also was not sure how to treat the cancer and after some research on my own found that this type of cancer does not really respond to chemo so the Doctor felt we would not do chemo and just monitor.  My husband had CT scans every 3 months for the first year; he is at 6 month intervals and while the lung nodules are still there, they have not grown in number or size.  We count him healed, even if everyone else does not until it has been 10 years.  I wish you the best of luck and may God Bless You.

barballi
Posts: 1
Joined: Feb 2013

I am going to Emory Clinic to see a doctor about an ADPA on Tuesday.  However, today I found one on a finger on the other hand.  I am terrified of the implication.

Anyone else had more than one?

 

pdeder
Posts: 1
Joined: Sep 2013

 

I was diagnosed with this in December of 2010 at age 47.  I am a healthy, non-smoker with little family history of cancer.  The tumor was located on the side of my right ring finger adjacent to the nail. It had been there for about a year.  There was no pain and it appeared to me to be just a small cyst.  It was about a centimeter in size (the size of a small pea).  I had the tip of the finger amputated to the joint.  I had a CAT and bone scan and both reported no metastasis.  My Oncologist (Rush University-Chicago) told me there was no need for follow up or future scans.  That said, I have recently read an article in the Journal of Clinical Oncology regarding a case study where this primary tumor metastasized after 11 years (after amputation).  Scans showed it metastisized to 3 differnet areas including the lungs of a patient   The author recommended long term follow up with annual scans. 

My best guess is this was caused by some environmental contamination.  I was pretty worried about the amputation.  Turns out I hardly notice it.

 

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