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REMISSION WITH DIET CHANGE AND SUPPLEMENTS

atlanticcanada
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has anyone gone into remission with diet change and supplements after being diagnosed with cancer. love to hear any stories thanks,

atlanticcanada
Posts: 74
Joined: Sep 2012

we were glad she started with the natureopath doctor 2 months ago so , since chemo would not be started for at least 7 more weeks , she wants to go full force at this natural way , and then at least she has time to think about it.the natureopath doctor is recommending chemo and he says he will keep her immune system strong . the oncologist she did go to was very kind (unlike the one she fired for being unkind)the kind one recommended a vacation after surgery before chemo. in the end she has to make the decision but i am trying to get any information and filter it for her , she is a very positive person . i did like reading john23 profile
thanks

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janderson1964
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I am a seven year survivor who has been on a strict diet from the start. I too am very active. I try to mountain bike or kayak at least 4 days a week. I have also had 3 liver surgeries. I am NED again and evan though it has come back twice i have always been operalble an i think nutrition and exercise is a big reason why. I have also added mind visualization to my arsenal.

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jr2012
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I guess it does sound like a hoax but he has not tried to sell me anything - i think he is just trying to stay alive and cancerfree without having to do chemo - and sharing info with me just like we do to help each other ---

I do my own research constantly and my uncle is an oncologist whom I meet every weekend for family gatherings - so i run everything by him before trying anything (even aloe vera juice)

I believe the qigong however incredible it sounds because qigong did help a lot of people to stay cancerfree - i met several people who go to the shaolin monk for energy healing thru qigong...

and baking soda does make your blood ph level alkaline - i read online and verified....

everything else is not for me ...

I have another friend whose mom has breast cancer and I told her to give her mom curcumin capsules but she told me her onc won't allow it (i wonder if she is thinking im trying to sell her capsules).....

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jr2012
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and i had no idea i wud be starting such a commotion with my response -

nor did i know rife machine was a scam

someone said i was trying to promote scam ... that was not the intention

i only pointed out what i knew cuz i thought thats what we do here - support each other and share info - if we don't know something, we get rectified - but such negative remarks will only stop me at least from mentioning anything even if I know something...

anyways... best wishes

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herdizziness
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pointing to "you" as promoting a scam, just all(but mwnn) were pointing out that the RIFE machine was a scam. That's one of the things that we're here for, to point out what is a scam so that you become more AWARE of what is out there, because many people are trying to scam people with a very real life threatening disease in order to PROFIT off of their fears.
And unfortunately most of what your friend was telling you was a story with a lot of holes in it, and most on here were pointing that out to you, so that you could be a bit wary of that particular friend, his whole story as you told it sounded very, very implausible if not totally IMPOSSIBLE. And the warning of a scam was to you, so you could avoid being taken. I'm pretty sure your oncologist relative would tell you the same.
Winter Marie

manwithnoname
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Joined: Jun 2012

"i only pointed out what i knew cuz i thought thats what we do here - support each other and share info"

That is exactly what forums are for, but unfortunately on this one, if you say diet/nutrition, alternatives or God helped you then prepare for a fight to defend your opinion. Or leave as others have done.

And BTW it doesn't matter how much evidence you produce some people wont even bother to read it.

Winter; no one was pointing at YOU....

"There is a difference in my mind however between looking at "alt" treatments and promoting scams, which is what Jr2012 is doing here."

Oh yes they were pointing...

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jr2012
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Winter; no one was pointing at YOU....

"There is a difference in my mind however between looking at "alt" treatments and promoting scams, which is what Jr2012 is doing here."

thanks ... lol - it was funny - :)

luvinlife2
Posts: 172
Joined: Jul 2012

Hi Atlantic :)

I don't know anyone or heard of anyone who had a complete remission from stage 4 cancer with diet change alone. Pretty much anyone who was lucky enough to experience this had done some sort of medical intervention prior to the remission. Having said that, I firmly believe that diet plays a huge part in achieving a remission. To me, it only makes sense that good, healthy food is needed to fuel the body and strengthen the immune system.

:)

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