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Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) 3rd set of chemo, what if it doesn't work?

CrashX
Posts: 1
Joined: Feb 2013

My sister got diagnosed with ALL about  8  weeks ago, she is 11 years old.

She has gone through  2  different chemotherapy and have been unable to achieve remission.

She got started on the 3rd set of Chemo this pass Thursday (01/24/2013), which are:

  1. Cyclophos
  2. Etoposide
  3. Clufarabine

 

I was told today that there is a big chance that the 3rd set of chemo has failed to get her into remission.

 

My question is :  Is there other options? Have we try everything?

 

She is 11yrs old - Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia pre. B – She has a fungal infection name “Aspergillus terreus”.

 

Thank You for your reply and help...

ttemple5
Posts: 13
Joined: Jun 2013

I am simply trying to share information that I have come across doing research for my mother who has cancer. While she is refusing treatment of anykind, I believe that lives can be saved by making an oil from cannabis. Because of our "endocannabinoid system" in our bodies (google it!) when we introduce external (from the plant) cannabinoids to our system, it interacts with EVERY system in our body and specifically our healing systems. PLEASE LOOK FOR YOURSELF... There are many scientific, peer-reviewed articles about this fact.  

http://phoenixtears.ca/

http://www.cureyourowncancer.org/

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/27713298/Web/cure/Home.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbVaipNpMwc

Mykayla is a little girl in Oregon who is being treated for her cancer with Cannabis oil. She is in remission right now. https://www.facebook.com/BraveMyKayla?fref=ts

you can read all about her on her facebook page. 

Best of luck to you!

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