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My mum has cancer.

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posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 11:18 AM
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I’m so sorry. I will pray for you both. A mother’s love never dies, my mom has shown me that, after her passing.

If it came to that, you could say I’d rather be holding your hand.

Will be praying for you both.




posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 11:37 AM
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so sorry to hear about this, i'll be thinking about you and hoping for the best.



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 12:02 PM
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I'm so sorry. My Mom went home early, because of cancer. She waits for me there. Jeshua will be there to greet your Mom, who will then get busy planning your next adventure. Don't despair, your Mom will never leave you......



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 12:30 PM
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Sorry to hear about it.

I also say don't give up. My mom is finishing up her second rodeo and prognosis is good, but with cancer ... well, you know.

Just don't be more afraid of the fight than the disease is all I'm saying.

Whatever happens, I will be thinking of you.



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 01:34 PM
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There are lots of ways to naturally kill cancers, certain foods have strong anticancer properties. Some work better on certain types of cancer than others.

I think the two foods that would work best on breast cancer are the parsley family, with their appigenin, and the rutabagga chemistry. It has two powerful anticancer chemistries, one is it's type of caffeic acid along with other chemistry it has.

A proteinase will get absorbed into rapidly dividing cancer cells too, like bromelain found in pineapple. It actually removes the protective slime.

Even potatoes have some anticancer properties. So does the Chaga, but I do not think Chaga would be appropriate for breast cancer.

You can stop the blood vessel growth into cancer by eating foods that slow angiogennesis such as collagen from soup bones or just eat strawberries. Neither of These will totally get rid of cancer or tumors, they just shrink them.

The parsley/celery chemistry might not go well with the chemo. You do not need to consume much of this chemistry, it is absorbed quickly by cancer cells because they are hungry. It is heat stable, just eat parmasian noodles and strinkle plenty of parsley flakes on them. Drying the parsley does not destroy the properties, you can add celery to soups or celery flakes, the leaves have the most of this chemistry. With the celery allergy, the problem is in the roots and stalks, the lower the area, the more of that latex in them. I think that would be the eugenol chemistry I am talking about. Some people are intolerant to that. The lower on the plant, the less the appinogen too.

Another chemistry that is anticancer for breast cancer if it is the hormone type is found in white button mushrooms. The cheapest mushrooms, always seem to be on sale, is best for breast cancer. It actually blocks estrogen somehow.

These are plant defense chemistries. They protect the plant from fast growing bugs and overbrowsing by herbivores. If you spray pesticides on the plants they do not make as much of the natural chemistries because they do not need to. It is better to get organic....naturally grown....veggies so that this chemistry forms better. Even with organic, some spray organic pesticides on the plants and that stops these chemistries from forming because the plant does not need it.

I do not know how this chemistry interacts with chemotherapy though, some of it is used as the base of chemotherapy while other parts act as Immunotherapy medicine basis. There are many more things, somebody mentioned baking soda, but I do not know if that will help breast cancer. Only about five percent of breast cancers are caused by estrogen. The mushrooms are supposedly best for enstrogen based breast cancer, but celery/parsley chemistry is good for all cancers. The parsley family also contains oregano and marjoram and even cilantro. But cilantro can do some major side effects if you haven't eaten it regularly, but a little can be added without causing a release of heavy metals from bone.

A person does not have to go wild with these and I do not know how much you would have to eat to be effective. I know one thing, eating way too much celery within a week can cause some major side effects. Sage also has some anticancer properties if I remember right, it works differently, I did not investigate that yet, I spent most of my sage research on cognitive and nerve signaling activity.

If she's going to give up anyway, why not just experiment with this stuff, it is something to do and we have to eat anyway. A half teaspoon of organic parsley flakes a day added to food should be enough if a person utilizes some of the other stuff I mentioned. Celery goes good in soups, and beef cartilage contains anti-tumor chemistry which is heat stable and soup bones make good soup. Add a little rutabagga and carrots to that soup too.
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posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 01:39 PM
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I'm sorry to hear that.



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 02:04 PM
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Maybe your mother just wants to take a trip to Switzerland, eat the cheeses and all the great foods. She can do that without going there to die, she may forget she has cancer and heal herself. Stress actually makes cancer grow faster because it makes hormones that can unbalance our immune systems many times.



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 03:34 PM
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You really need to give her a framed picture of that deep dream of you. Im 100% sure itll make her super happy man.

Best thoughts and wishes to her, you, and your loved ones mate.



posted on Mar, 11 2018 @ 05:51 PM
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sorry about your mom glad you posted we are here for you no matter how it turns out ((((((((((hugs))))))))
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posted on Mar, 12 2018 @ 10:32 AM
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Sorry to hear this.

My mother beat breast cancer 2 times and lymph cancer once, her thing was never give up until I see all my kids have kids. And she made it.

Hang tough.

I'm sending positive vibes.



posted on Mar, 12 2018 @ 10:47 AM
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Cheers again all for the love and care and info and stories to help me and me Ma through this.
I'm attempting to cheer her up but I dunno it is like she has given up
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posted on Mar, 12 2018 @ 11:01 AM
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originally posted by: testingtesting
Cheers again all for the love and care and info and stories to help me and me Ma through this.
I'm attempting to cheer her up but I dunno it is like she has given up
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People say that this battle has to be fought in the mind as well as the flesh , many years ago i told a work mate about the baking soda cure of Dr Simoncelli he got the article from me and years later when i spoke to him his father who had 6 weeks to live was still around ? .

Tell her to fight like hell and laughter is the best medicine sometimes



posted on Mar, 12 2018 @ 11:51 AM
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I'm so sorry to hear this.

I had a friend who had two different kinds of breast cancer in both breasts, and it was in 23 lymph nodes. The treatments made her sick as hell and she lost her hair. She asked for a double mastectomy, and the doctors said "that won't help you".

But they worked. The treatments worked. That was over 15 years ago, and she still works, and has since the diagnosis, except for chemo-day.

She insisted on living, she had her daughter's wedding to plan!!! (Tell her you're getting married? And expecting her grandchild?". (I kid) Grandkids can motivate women!

Don't let her get away with a defeatist attitude, and certainly don't let it rub off on you. fight fight fight!

My best vibes to you both.



posted on Mar, 12 2018 @ 04:00 PM
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Sorry to hear about this.

I want to wish her strength for a full and speedy recovery and also strength for you to be there for her.

It's not uncommon for a patient to become discouraged and depressed after such a diagnosis. Just keep doing what you're doing... be supportive and make sure she has what she needs.

Hopefully things will improve soon. I've personally experienced that patient/family outlook can have a huge effect on response to treatment. The brain is pretty powerful.



posted on Mar, 13 2018 @ 01:19 AM
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posted on Mar, 13 2018 @ 01:49 AM
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Had a shout at her then we all cried and she promised she will try harder.
I told her she is not a horse who we shoot when it has broken it's leg she is my mummy and I do not want her to die.



posted on Mar, 13 2018 @ 10:17 AM
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Fantastic! Get her motivated to fight it. You're doing great!



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