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My tumour is now untreatable -- RIP our beloved friend: August 11, 2016 --

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posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:34 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

So sad to hear. I, and the rest of your ATS family will be pullin' for you.




posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:36 PM
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Hang tough, brother. Give us another couple of your best years.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:39 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

I cannot put into words what it is like to read one of ATS own post something like this ,




Best of British to you bud



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:42 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

You are not alone in this wood. There are people out here praying and pulling with you. Friends who love you brother. Fight my friend and God bless.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:43 PM
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originally posted by: PeterMcFly
a reply to: woodwardjnr

A very hard and restricted ketogenic diet may worth the try since std therapy have not been successful.


Actually that might work to slow it way down. Cancer cells need glucose to grow, ketogenic diet might really slow it down.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:46 PM
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This thread so touching...

Wish could say something awesome for you. Been reading your name since just before I joins. Unfortunately am really clumsy with words.

Almost said this thread is so touching ... and so are you. Then read that back in my head. :/ Not my smartest moment.

Will just say I enjoy your existence. Thanks for adding to our minds.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:52 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

I have read your threads and always thought about what an incredibly brave man you are.

There are many people all over the world thinking about you and hoping for only the best for you.

Just know that you are loved.

Peace always



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:53 PM
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When my time comes and the doctors say to me some of the things they have said to you, I will think of you, and others I have known, and try to be brave and strong. I will not crumble.

I've noticed it's the ones who teach us how to live, that can often teach us how to die.

I think you might be one of those.

And yes, there is light on the other side.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 06:54 PM
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Best of luck to you and yours. Life is a journey. May your new chapter's transition be smooth and comforting as you seem strong having pulled through the struggles so far.

I'm happy to see all the heartfelt messages from the community.

Regards



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 08:13 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr

A terrible shame, but I wish all the best in whichever direction your journey takes you.

Cheers - Dave



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 08:32 PM
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originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
When my time comes and the doctors say to me some of the things they have said to you, I will think of you, and others I have known, and try to be brave and strong. I will not crumble.

I've noticed it's the ones who teach us how to live, that can often teach us how to die.

I think you might be one of those.

And yes, there is light on the other side.


This is so true, Woody, I have enjoyed your threads, and we have not always been on the same side. My thoughts are with you and your family, and may you and yours gather memories in these end times.
edit on 5/2/2016 by BubbaJoe because: I can't type



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 08:36 PM
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originally posted by: woodwardjnr
I made a thread about 2 years ago about giving up treatment for my brain tumour, well I stuck with it for another 18 months spending most of /015 in hospital. I had two more brain surgeries and a course of radiotherapy. I made it long enough to see my niece born, which was the happiest day of my life, she's a little stunner and brought so much joy to my family. However in April I started to grow a large lump on the side of my head it seems the tumour I had which was a glioblastoma has mutated into a glio sarcoma. Which is like the gbm but worse in that it can metastasise around the body, hence the lump on the head. I had it removed in April and it returned in 2 weeks. So I was back in hospital last week, but my surgeon said even if he got all of the tumour out there would always be a few cells left which would grow back in a few weeks, so he wanted to pass it back to oncology. Problem is it's such a rare tumour that there is no designated chemo. They usually treat it like the gbm that I've had since 2007. Now the chemo no longer works I've had it so many times. So I'm back home now, just trying to make sure I'm as pain free as possible. I haven't given up, but realise I've been lucky to survive a grade 4 brain tumour for so long, it was only a matter of time until the inevitable. It's located in the eloquent area of the brain which controls speech and motor function. I've already noticed a significant weakness in my hand and foot, but no other recogniseable symptoms. I've been in this situation a few times now including a brain hemorrhage in 2014. I've kind of got used to the disappointment and fear. I'm just making sure I'm in as little pain as possible and as comfortable as I can get. I've found my meditation has helped a lot over the years, but there's only so much it can help with. I've had so much support from members of ats. I won't name names you know who you are. It really has been quite touching, never thought I would have developed such close relationships via ats and Facebook messenger. I don't know how long I've got, but seeing as there's no treatment availability I don't think I'll have long. The tumour is so rare that it makes up a tiny proportion of brain tumours, so not much research has been done. It's in the brain so couldn't really spread to a worse region of the brain. I'm not in pain yet and I don't wNt to go to a hospice. So am going to try and manage pain best as I can through support from local hospice and local Drs who've said they will make sure I don't suffer any pain. It's so hard talkin about it, so I don't expect any one to know what to say. I find it hard enough talking to close friends and family. No words seem to come out or sound right. I will keep fighting to the bitter end and intend to meet my death in as concious a state as possible. You only get one opportunity to experience it. Whether that will be possible who knows. I'm gonna stay on ats while I still can, so sorry if I'm a bit narky with some people or don't take your threads as seriously as you want me too, but we are all a mixed bunch on ats going through our own personal struggles.

Look after your health and make the most of your lives while you can, follow your dreams, enjoy your families they will always be there for you and have proved to be the most important thing in my life. and don't let anyone hold you back. If you can walk and talk you can achieve anything you want. I could state more cliches, but I imagine I've used up my quota for ats. No need to respond I just wanted to get it off my chest, rather than derail others threads sorry lysergic.


Thought about your situation today after reading your post this morning. Everyone has already said how they feel for you and I feel the same way they do about what's happening to you. It would be repetative to post. I'm sorry for you. Very much so. This is terrible.

I really feel the signals need to be changed in your body. I feel you need to be in a chamber with no gravity and that will change the signals in your body and lower your blood volume ridding you of the tumor and preventing new ones. Then immediately staying away from radio waves/electricity/wifi/cell phones once back in gravity inside a comfortable hotel room built like a faraday shield, alternating the ant-gravity chamber with the faraday shield room until its gone. I'm thinking there is something like Bentonite Clay that you can soak in and digest too but not from earth material due to the toxicity of earth herself having absorbed so many toxins including pain felt as far back as from when dinosaurs once roamed, up to the disasters and warring experienced now. Something like a Kryptonite Clay. Thinking Superman. Astronauts have been said to digest Bentonite Clay while out in space but it could be a cover for another top secret clay or they really are taking the Bentonite Clay and top officials are thinking about trying Clay from another planet they found that shows no sign of any life force ever having had war on it or other serious disaster upon it.

" A tumour usually starts with a single cancerous cell that begins growing and dividing. The resulting mass of cancer cells soon gets large enough to need a new blood supply to provide oxygen and nutrients and to remove waste products. Without a blood supply, the cells in the middle of the tumour will die off. In fact, tumours without a blood supply are unable to grow more that about one millimetre across. As soon as they start growing, tumours release small, hormone-like molecules that cause nearby blood vessels to start growing towards the tumour until they actually form a new branch supplying the tumour with blood."

www.worldwidecancerresearch.org...

" Blood feels gravity, too. On Earth, blood pools in the feet. When people stand, the blood pressure in their feet can be high -- about 200 mmHg (millimeters of mercury). In the brain, though, it's only 60 to 80 mmHg. In space, where the familiar pull of gravity is missing, the head-to-toe gradient vanishes. Blood pressure equalizes and becomes about 100 mmHg throughout the body. That's why astronauts can look odd: their faces, filled with fluid, puff up, and their legs, which can lose about a liter of fluid each, thin out.
But that shift in blood pressure also sends a signal. Our bodies expect a blood pressure gradient. Higher blood pressure in the head raises an alarm: The body has too much blood! Within two to three days of weightlessness, astronauts can lose as much as 22 percent of their blood volume as a result of that errant message. "

science.nasa.gov...

Faraday Cage - Shield:

en.m.wikipedia.org...

Bentonite Clay:

www.naturalnews.com...

edit on 2-5-2016 by WhiteWingedMonolith because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:15 PM
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a reply to: woodwardjnr Very Powerful, and moving. Have you looked into the Bud-Wig diet? (flax-oil +cottage cheese) Heard it has helped glioblastoma patients and of course turmeric that inhibits CSC (cancer stem cells) Your spirit comes through your words- and is an inspiration to all of us. Will send healing thoughts.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:26 PM
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I'm so sorry to hear this. What to say, only that I have saved your music on a playlist all this time and love your taste in music. Thanks for sharing it all with me! Don't give up yet.

Enjoy that baby, the baby smell is the best smell in the world.
OK, now I want another baby. LOL.

You are, you are, a wonderful, wonderful person.
Video

A gentle hug I wish I could give you.


I will give you two virtually.





posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:30 PM
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Awe, your so kind!!! Hugs to you!



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:31 PM
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I only read the OP and felt an urgent need to reply. I strongly suggest you get the book "You are the Placebo:Making your mind matter" by Dr. Joe Dispenza. I heard him on Coast to Coast a few months back. He was able to heal himself after a catastrophic accident and has been teaching this technique to others ever since.

I know it sounds like witch-doctory but he has helped thousands of people, including cancer patients. It's worth a try. It's also available as an e-book so you could get it today. It is astounding how many people have responded to placebo treatment...this book describes how you actually create the placebo and heal yourself. i know it sounds kooky but the cases he describes are miraculous. Your mind is a very powerful tool.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:58 PM
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This sucks, this just sucks
I don't know what to say, Woodward, you don't deserve this



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 09:58 PM
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What can I say to you that will make a difference to you? Only this: You have made a great difference to me, and to everyone around you. This place that we love would literally be much lesser had you never come here.

Imagine the enormity, the probability cloud, the joining of prayer and fond thoughts gathered here for you. I believe in miracles. Don't give up. Love strong.

Much peace



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 10:17 PM
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Definitely curable...conventional treatments are useless.
For brain cancer: try alternative treatments like smoking Marijuana, put cannabis oil/frankincense essential oil (get the edible type) on your tongue and rub it against your mouth ceiling.
Sign up for free at go.thetruthaboutcancer.com and watch the docu to educated about cures.



posted on May, 2 2016 @ 10:18 PM
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I copied his post to my friends who are not on ATS.

They replied to me that he is a special human.

Woody people love you and care. Your the best!
If you need help we are here for you!
I cried happy thoughts for you today.
Kindly PM me if there is anything you need! I mean it!



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