She has Matastasized adenocarcinoma with massive lymphocyte infiltration. I had the radical masetamy done on her and the lab results came back with this news. They took the lymphnodes and everything out. I have her on all meat diet with supplaments and she seems very happy & healthy. Do you think I should put her through the chemo?
I want her life to be as nice as possible. But, if she has a chance at ALL I want to give that to her. My family is in agreement if money can save her life, than life it will be no matter what the cost. However, I could really use some
words of encouragement form some one else who has had to go through this. I have done nothing but cry for 3 days, trying to make the decision to give her chemo or not
A San Francisco surgeon, Dr. Day, a cancer survivor, has a website on alternative treatments for malignancies.
I urge you to research Coley therapy. Dr. Coley founded Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute. Make your own decision.
Dr. Coley discovered during the 1920's that administration of killed bacterial vaccines produced remission in 18 % of cases. There are few contraindications. Select any killed bacterial vaccine from the PDR and get one every four days.
This treatment was marketed during the 1930's by Lily as the "Coley Toxins"..
Results were either immediate (within 30 days) or there was no improvement at all.
Scientific America, a reputable reference, published several articicles on the protocol. The consenses was that the killed bacterial vaccines stimulated tumer necrosis factor.
If you can't get a physician to agree simply tell them you are going on a trip overseas and get an International vaccination card. Doctor shop and you will be charged about $75 per vacination. Don't tell them you getting the treatments for cancer.
Thank you. So, all I have to do is talk to the oncologyst about this Coley's Toxins & they will know what I am talking about? Doctor Shop in Europe? I have friends over there and I travel to their often and if it will save her life sooner.
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