posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:54 AM
reply to post by mydarlia
My buddy has a sarcoma, it is fast-growing and aggressive with only a 20% survival rate. It responds well to radiation, but depending on the location
of the tumors radiation is not always an option. He has survived 4 years so far. We almost lost him twice, but right now he is in partial remission
and recovery and gaining weight again.
Here is what is working at present time. (Keep in mind, your Mom should do the radiation and chemo and regular treatments in addition to holistic
) Cut out all sugars and starches and go to a high-fat, high-protein diet. The fats are toxic to cancer cells, whereas sugars feed
the cancer cells. Cancer cells are resilient, so they will adapt and hold out for a long time, but if she can stay on a high fat/protein diet and cut
out sugars, she will eventually poison the cancer cells. Budwig Protocol is a good one to research. My buddy is also currently undergoing the
Rosenberg treatment. This entails steroids and hormones to keep his strength, bone-marrow, and weight up. It is working at the moment, he is feeling
better, having less side-effects from chemo, gaining weight, and gaining mental strength that he had lost recently.
Other things that have helped him over the last 4 years are Vitamin C intravenously, B12 injections, and Ozone Therapy. None of these things are
cures, but they help you maintain your strength and endure stronger doses of the conventional treatments.
My Buddy's Story