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localized recurrent osteosarcoma

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is there anyone out there that has a diagnosis of localized recurrent osteosarcoma that has not metasisized?

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And I know as you to help! Do not think, I not the madman. I as well as you was sick of a cancer of lungs. I was long treated in dear clinics, but nothing helped. I have despaired and going to die. But the my dear daughter has learned about the person who treats a cancer, medicinal grasses. It has contacted it and has asked than it can help in the circumstances. To us have answered, that a cancer we shall cure and it is just necessary to carry out instructions. I at once have thought, that my daughter deceive what to receive money. There is a treatment of 110 000 dollars. And I have not given money of my daughter and would tell that it did not contact which people at all did not see. But my daughter has disobeyed me and has taken the loan in bank and has paid the necessary sum. In a week we have by mail received a small package. In it there was some kg of the dried plants, crystals of salts and the detailed instruction on preparation of medicines. I was malicious on the daughter, but understood, that it does it of love to me. And I have started to accept a medicine. Also there was my surprise - I have felt better! I have recovered in a month. My lungs became similar to lungs of the baby, and I smoked 35 years. Doctors who have told, that I shall die, have been surprised by my healing. They have told are a miracle. But since then has passed 6 years. And this miracle has occured to many people to whom I have advised to write the letter and to ask the help for the unusual doctor. On my eyes have been cured 28 person with various forms of a cancer. All of them have paid the various sums of money. From 40 000 up to 150 000 dollars. To one little girl, all was free-of-charge.
I as know, that many very known people used these medicines. Many people do not trust me, but I have gone through all, and I approve, that miracles happen. And I give a guarantee to people who doubt of my words, that they will recover. Now I alive and healthy! Both I am happy! And I wish your of good luck and health, and please do not despair, simply strictly carry out instructions. I guarantee to you, that with you all will be good.
I wish you healing and I ask - address for the help to this email- weter09@yahoo.com

Forgive my bad English.

Yours faithfully Dok Manomah.

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Hi Todd, I know of one person off-hand who had a local recurrence of high grade osteosarcoma without mets...Allan. His story is here: http://tinyurl.com/yykzck . Out of all the stories at ABC Survivors, he is the only one in that situation (I searched them all for you). If you look in the low grade osteosarcoma section at the site where Allan's story is, you will see that Brian, Jill and Trista all had local recurrences without mets to the lungs.

If you don't mind my asking, do you have a recurrence, and how long has it been since your initial surgery? Did you have high grade or low grade osteo?

Take care, Mary

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sorry it took so long to respond. I had to have my right leg amputated and am now just fully able to ambulate. Yes, i have had a local recurrence. I have high grade osteosarcoma and it had been 27 months from my initial surgery.

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Hi Todd, I have had this happen to me. My second bout was misdiagnosed for almost nine years. I went from a grade one to a grade two. The radiation treatment destroyed the bone and I ended up loosing my leg. I have a prostesis and I live a normal life. I count my blessings because I know things could be a lot worse.

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Hi Todd,

I was diagnosed in 97 with and osteosarcoma to the lateral distal protion of my left femur. I went 9 years without a reoccurance the diagnosed in 06 with stage 2 breast cancer.

Today I am healthy and cancer free.

Cancer is managable. It's all about early detection, lifestyle and determination.


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