reply to post by Unlimitedpossibilities
B17 is the common name for Latrile, which is in essence cynide of sorts. I read up about it a long time ago...and it is legal in Mexico and they have
treatment facilites set up down there to cure Americans with enough money to buy the (if I remember correctly) 10,000 dollar American per dose.
This is an informative article on b17...to add to your own research. Trust me if I thought it would help my terminal husband I'd be on the first
plane to Mexico or where ever I could get it...I'd be squeezing apricot pits with my bare hands.
I just found that and found that it says pretty much what I've said all
This is to the others in this thread: Vegan raw diets don't cure cancer. If you say they do show me proof...not stories told and passed around
proof black and white evidence. Nor does Juicing, polstices, or slaying a chicken in the moonlight whilst facing eat and drinking the blood of
virgins (willingly given of course). It is seductive to wish to try these alt therapies hoping when there is no real hope, but the reality of it is,
that these alt therapies can cause more harm than good. It keeps people out of things that may really help, and ties up their resources which also
keeps them away from things that might really help. I beg people who have cancer, or who are the advocate/caretakers (like me) not to fall prey to
emotionalism. I know that is easier said than done, but if someone or something says they can cure you or your loved one demand proof..not allegory,
but real black and white proof. Research every aspect of the disease specific to you or your loved one and become an unofficial expert on it. The
truth is sometimes ugly, but noone is helped if it isn't stared at and confronted. Denial causes suffering.
Speaking to the advocates and caretakers, please understand that you are your loved ones best hope for comfort. It is your duty to stand up for them
when they can not stand for themselves. If you allow yourself to be taken in by quasi-therapies you may be doing more harm than good. My advise is
to reach out to people qualified in the field, ask questions of not only cancer doctors, but mental health professionals, physical therapists, massage
therapists, cancer support groups, hospice, and any other profession that deals with this on a daily basis. You are going on an unique journey, but
you aren't the first, and wont be the last. Our greatest responcibility is to see to their care and comfort. To make sure they do not suffer
needlessly, aren't poked and proded more than absolutely needed, and make sure that their symptoms are addressed. That is our duty.
Hope=longer life, better quality of life, adding joy to what may be the end of life, and dignity.
False hope=denial which in turn means suffering.
If you think the cure that started this thread is worthy print it off and take it to a cancer center, talk to a Doctor about it...talk to two
Doctors...and do that with ANY would be treatment you'd put in your body, or the body of another.