posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 09:37 PM
I'm sorry to hear this, and I wish you the best. So far nobody in my family has had that type of cancer. My brother has bladder cancer which has
been treated twice already, but they say he still has some new tumors. My son has had colon cancer since the age of 26, but it was treated and so far
everything looks great. Fortunately in both cases, laser surgery was involved. Neither of them has had to go through chemotherapy. My first wife
died from breast cancer, which involved two mastectomies and three years of chemo. The cost was 2.5 million dollars when it was all over. One of the
medicines in the chemo cost $10,000.00 every 21 days. None of this money or medicine saved her life. My suggestion is to look at new treatments,
some of which are free although I'm not sure how effective they are. There was a man named Gaston Naessens who treated cancer with a mixture of
camphor and water self-injected over an eight day period in the lymph glands. He claimed to have cured many people, including a former Canadian Prime
Minister. I think he's dead now, but there are doctors in Florida who still use this method, and like I said, it's free. They mail you the
medicine already measured out, and a video that shows you how to self-inject.
You can read about this method in a book called "The Trial and Persecution of Gaston Naessens", but I can't recall the author, or publisher. It
may or may not be effective, but after reading it I planted two camphor trees in my yard just in case...