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Re: Desperate for help

Postby lucyseward » Tue Jul 14, 2015 6:01 pm

1ht Have a look at the website of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, cancer clinic, New York. He has some awesome alternative treatments, which helped the wife of a friend of mine greatly, when she was diagnosed with cancer and only 6 more months to live. In the end she lived for seven more years!


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby adrbourgeois » Wed Jul 15, 2015 12:01 am

Update: The doc is giving her the first round of chemo Saturday and she'll be coming home Tuesday. It's some crazy aggressive mega chemo that some Italian oncologists discovered and according to the doc most oncologists wouldn't even know about it so I hope that means it specifically tailors to my friends needs. She'll be able to get treatment at home (yay!) and just have to return to Houston every two months for scans, etc. The doc is concentrated more on stabilizing and stopping the spread right now than shrinking anything. We have a really long road ahead of us which really is a bummer since my friend's college career is probably going to be incredibly delayed, but she seems to be in the best hands medically.


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby GreySkyMorning » Wed Jul 15, 2015 12:32 am

adrbourgeois wrote:Update: The doc is giving her the first round of chemo Saturday and she'll be coming home Tuesday. It's some crazy aggressive mega chemo that some Italian oncologists discovered and according to the doc most oncologists wouldn't even know about it so I hope that means it specifically tailors to my friends needs. She'll be able to get treatment at home (yay!) and just have to return to Houston every two months for scans, etc. The doc is concentrated more on stabilizing and stopping the spread right now than shrinking anything. We have a really long road ahead of us which really is a bummer since my friend's college career is probably going to be incredibly delayed, but she seems to be in the best hands medically.

College is deeply, uselessly unimportant right now. Health comes first by like, 9,000,000%.

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Re: Desperate for help

Postby adrbourgeois » Wed Jul 15, 2015 12:36 am

Oh yea, I am in total agreement. I guess what I meant is that her life plans are going to have to totally freeze for a few years at an age where things are meant to moving forward very quickly. Which really sucks, but is, of course, 100% worth it.


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby adrbourgeois » Wed Jul 15, 2015 12:37 am

I am also sending her the lil tidbits you guys are giving me, btw.


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby Magemoss » Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:19 am

lucyseward wrote:1ht Have a look at the website of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, cancer clinic, New York. He has some awesome alternative treatments, which helped the wife of a friend of mine greatly, when she was diagnosed with cancer and only 6 more months to live. In the end she lived for seven more years!


While I am glad that your friend's wife was able to treat her cancer, I wouldn't trust Dr. Gonzalez. His position on how cancer forms contradicts established knowledge, and a study done on his treatment plan has shown that his patients typically don't survive as long as those undergoing chemotherapy.



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Re: Desperate for help

Postby adrbourgeois » Wed Jul 15, 2015 5:28 am

I think standard chemotherapy is nonnegotiable right now since her doctor is one of the best in the country. At this point looking for things to help in addition with that. Holistic ways of calming the stomach during chemo, something good for nerves, etc?


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby adrbourgeois » Wed Jul 15, 2015 7:06 pm

Oooh I've actually been wanting to make my own natural ginger ale for a while. I think I'm gonna try and make her a batch.


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby Abundance » Thu Jul 16, 2015 3:35 am

I will keep your friend in my prayers <3 Kefir, which is fermented milk is an incredible healthy drink which has been used for thousands of years. It is easy to make, by getting the starter 'grains' maybe from a health food store, but I got some off ebay. Here is some info about it http://authoritynutrition.com/9-health- ... -of-kefir/ and speaking of ginger ale, there's actually what is called "water kefir" which has some of the same healthy probiatics and is used in drinks like ginger ale and other fizzy home made healthy sodas. Valerian and Passion Flower are some herbs that are good for nerves and some swear by Bach Rescue formula. When I think of some other things, I'll post them what a great friend you are :hug:


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Re: Desperate for help

Postby Likes2Read » Thu Jul 16, 2015 4:09 am

Keeping the prayers coming. I'm glad she's working with a top-notch oncologist.

Mint and ginger have been mentioned as things that settle the stomach. Chamomile is another thing I've used when my stomach has been in rebellion.


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