posted on Mar, 9 2009 @ 02:49 PM
Originally posted by ohh_pleasee
I have heard of other alternative ways to treat cancer. The one I heard of that was based on the most common sense I have ever heard of was this:
Cancer starts as an irregular/mutated cell, right? What do chemo and radiation do? Attack and destroy said dangerous cell.
Why not try to restore the cell to a healthy state?
No wonder these types of treatments literally suck the life out of the poor people subjected to them.
I had a friend who was being treated for cancer, they put on space suits to inject her blood with this stuff, but then sent her off to her family and
friends. She was literally radioactive, but okay to be around the ones she loves?
I wonder why no one in the medical community has ever picked up on this kind of thinking. Seems pretty common sense, but then again we used to believe
that leeches sucked illness out of people.
You can see what I am saying about cancer. How is it one relative of mine survived for almost 30 years with a rare form of cancer that was suppose to
have taken her life within the first six months of diagnosis, and yet I have a cousing dying of bowel cancer, who had chemo and radiation therapy and
now although she has stopped treatment has only months to live and she is much younger than the great aunt, who survived three decades after
It makes me wonder if Jade Goody's life would not be cut so short, if she didn't have all the chemo.
Last night, I had a dream that I was diagnosed with cancer and had a year to live. I chose not to have treatment. I guess the dream brought my
questions to the forefront of my conciousness and out in the open.
I am so glad that others like you are responding and giving me your input. It is a topic worth discussing,as the medical world would much rather use
radical treatment, which seems to make the person more ill and puts stress on the person suffering and the family, who have to watch them suffer so
The reason I suggested it could be a virus was the way it showed up in my cat. Also, the vet said that she could have been living with it for years.
She had had a bit of a cold, before the onset of the cancer which was quite virulent and within a couple of weeks, she was gone.
Also, she spent a great deal of time out in the sun, which gives off some forms of radiation. So there has to be a link between viruses and cancer.
There has got to be other ways to treat cancer cells without, as you said 'sucking life out of the people'.
I know if I was to ever be diagnosed with cancer, I would look for alternative treatment that didn't involve radiation and chemotherapy.