Mar 08, 2013 - 8:44 pm
My mother was just diagnosed with stage iv peritoneal cancer. Pathology came back as serous papillary carcinoma of Mullerian origin, but they are considering this primary peritoneal cancer. During her first surgey they were unable to remove the cancer (due to bleeding), they basically closed her back up, said the prognosis was grim and that we'd try chemo. They are now planning the following treatment: three months of chemo (hoping to shrink the cancer), then surgery (hysterectomy, debulking of intestines and removal of part of her colon), followed by three more months of chemo. I have been doing tons of research and would love any personal feedback regarding the following topics:
1. What type of traditional worked is recommended for this specific type of cancer. Please share yr experience and or knowledge.
3.Intravenous vitamin c therapy, again personal experience or knowledge appreciated, specifically regarding dosage.
4. Alternative treatments, (specifically the combo of wheat grass, bovine cartilage and Q-10)
Thanks very much in advance,