posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 03:33 PM
Originally posted by drbatstein
This is an excellent story troubleshooter, thanks for sharing, I'm very pleased to here this
Originally posted by troubleshooter
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I investigated this whole field when my partner was diagnosed with cancer. We decided to use medical diagnosis but avoid their treatments except for
She had an official seven year all clear over two years ago and remains cancer free.
Alternative treatments work but you will have to thoroughly research it and try things because no-one will help or recognise your success.
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I was twelve years in International Pharma, read the Oncology studies and sat in on their conferences. I knew the mode of action of approaches to
I had every confidence in their diagnostic tools to determine location, progression/regression of lesions, blood work imaging etc but no confidence in
their approach to treatment. When confronted with a family member with a cancer diagnosis we walked the guantlet of availing ourselves of the medical
diagbostic tools but worked through the alternative approaches to treatment.
We removed environmental pollutants like domestic chemicals and processed foods with additives. Were careful to provide complete nutrition by adding
vitamin and mineral suppliments to fill any nutrition gaps and used natures herbs seeds. Some are reviewed in this documentary. We had one nagging
blood result that remained high even after lesions had disappeared when we became aware of Dr Simoncini's work. The use of Bicarb and Iodine returned
this last medical evidence of cancer to within the normal range.
My conclusion after this experience is that the use of medical diagnostic tools are necessary and surgical biopsy and selective removal of lesions
useful but that chemotherapy agents and radiation only causes weakening of the immune system and cellular/tissue damage that in the medium term can
make the condition worse.
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