Cured in Mexico?

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snommintj
snommintj Member Posts: 601
edited March 2014 in Colorectal Cancer #1
This is a third party story that gives me hope. My preacher, while growing up, retired last year to take care of his dying sister. She was diagnosed a few years back with breast cancer that eventually became terminal. Not wanting to simply rely on miracles, they moved to mexico to seek care unavailable in the states. Well, my mom called me today, to let me know preacher Gary was back with his currently cancer free sister. She was on her way out when she began an extremely aggressive gamma knife program. I don't have the specifics tonight but will have them soon. She was in very bad shape and now she is not. I'll try to get the name of the Dr and location. I know she had dozens if not hundreds of mets when they skipped to mexico.
I've always believed that Cyberknife and RFA could eliminate all your cancer if they could just take their time and repeat procedures quickly. I now know of one case.

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  • idlehunters
    idlehunters Member Posts: 1,787 Member
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    Interesting!
    Please keep us posted.... sounds promising

    Jennie
  • Nana b
    Nana b Member Posts: 3,030 Member
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    Interesting!
    Please keep us posted.... sounds promising

    Jennie

    Mexico
    I went to a new chiropractor Friday night for an alignment and he metioned that if I wanted to get cured to move to Mexico. I didn't comment on it as I was not moving to Mexico but what a coincidence to see your post.
  • Sigma34
    Sigma34 Member Posts: 203
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    Can't wait to hear more!

    Can't wait to hear more!
  • ff981318
    ff981318 Member Posts: 4
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    Alternative treatment result

    any word of the results?

  • John23
    John23 Member Posts: 2,122 Member
    edited September 2016 #6
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    OLD POST

    This is a 2009 thread.

  • Trubrit
    Trubrit Member Posts: 5,800 Member
    edited September 2016 #7
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    ff981318 said:

    Alternative treatment result

    any word of the results?

    Gone but not forgotten

    NanaB did end up going to Mexico and passed away less than a month after her return.  

    Probably not the result you were expecting. 

    As John said; this is a VERY old post. Nobody who replied is here on the forum anymore. 

    SUE

  • kristasplace
    kristasplace Member Posts: 957 Member
    edited September 2016 #8
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    OMG!

    Reading the original post and then seeing Jennie and Rachel's replies below it freaked me out! I didn't recognize Jennie right away, but I was like, "That looks like...wait a minute!" Then I saw the dates. I don't know if it's a good thing or bad thing that these old posts can be brought up, but they sure are heartbreaking.

    Trubrit, it was my understanding that Rachel was all prepared to go to the Gerson clinic in Mexico when her doctors talked her into trying one last trial. She died about a month after that. Did she change her mind again? Gerson has a 90% cure rate, but the program has to be followed strictly for two years to guarantee success. The fact that it's 90% juicing would make following it very difficult for a lot of people.

    Oh, geez. I just realized the original post was from John Nimmons who is also gone. I didn't remember his user name. I know he never got to Mexico. I hope it wasn't the expense that kept him from doing it. This is such a sad thread.

  • Trubrit
    Trubrit Member Posts: 5,800 Member
    edited September 2016 #9
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    OMG!

    Reading the original post and then seeing Jennie and Rachel's replies below it freaked me out! I didn't recognize Jennie right away, but I was like, "That looks like...wait a minute!" Then I saw the dates. I don't know if it's a good thing or bad thing that these old posts can be brought up, but they sure are heartbreaking.

    Trubrit, it was my understanding that Rachel was all prepared to go to the Gerson clinic in Mexico when her doctors talked her into trying one last trial. She died about a month after that. Did she change her mind again? Gerson has a 90% cure rate, but the program has to be followed strictly for two years to guarantee success. The fact that it's 90% juicing would make following it very difficult for a lot of people.

    Oh, geez. I just realized the original post was from John Nimmons who is also gone. I didn't remember his user name. I know he never got to Mexico. I hope it wasn't the expense that kept him from doing it. This is such a sad thread.

    Yes

    Rachel was in Mexico/Gerson for pretty much her last month. She got very sick there, but seemed to be a peace or at least, putting on the braveest of faces.  

    SUE

  • kristasplace
    kristasplace Member Posts: 957 Member
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    Trubrit said:

    Yes

    Rachel was in Mexico/Gerson for pretty much her last month. She got very sick there, but seemed to be a peace or at least, putting on the braveest of faces.  

    SUE

    That breaks my heart. She was

    That breaks my heart. She was so strong, and just an amazing person.

    I've heard such wonderful things about Gerson over the years, though I've only personally known two people who went there and had total success with it. I also know that some of their methods (coffee enemas) can get tricky or dangerous if a person's ever had chemo.

    I hope Rachel's resting peacefully, but checking in on us from time to time. She has the other two people on this original thread up there with her so they're probably laughing their butts off at us right now! <3

  • NewHere
    NewHere Member Posts: 1,427 Member
    edited September 2016 #11
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    Trubrit said:

    Gone but not forgotten

    NanaB did end up going to Mexico and passed away less than a month after her return.  

    Probably not the result you were expecting. 

    As John said; this is a VERY old post. Nobody who replied is here on the forum anymore. 

    SUE

    Right At My Start Here

    :(

  • JanJan63
    JanJan63 Member Posts: 2,478 Member
    edited September 2016 #12
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    folks should be aware that there have been zero clinical studies done on this therapy.  In addition, the Gerson clinics do not follow patients after they leave, so someone who may be "cured" when they finish treatment may be dead a year later.  I find it strange that this is such an amazing cancer cure, but those who sell it don't want to do the basic work to be able to provide the actual evidence that it is effective.

    Strange.

    As long as they have

    As long as they have customers I guess there's no point. It's easy to skew numbers, too, so your idea is probably right on.  And people are funny. They might think that because it's so expensive it must be worth it. I recently sold something I'd had for sale for some time because I raised the price. It's all about putting value on something, I think.

  • annalexandria
    annalexandria Member Posts: 2,571 Member
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    folks should be aware that there have been zero clinical studies done on this therapy.  In addition, the Gerson clinics do not follow patients after they leave, so someone who may be "cured" when they finish treatment may be dead a year later.  I find it strange that this is such an amazing cancer cure, but those who sell it don't want to do the basic work to be able to provide the actual evidence that it is effective.

    Strange.