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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 01:37 PM
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i really want to buy some of this now. of course i'm in the US so it will have to ship overseas but since it's not expensive i can't complain.

really great story and thank you so much for sharing it!!




posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 01:42 PM
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Let me tell you there's 2 specific professionals that you want to avoid at ALL COST!!! Avoid avoid avoid.... They are:

Lawyers.... if you hire them they screw you. If they're hired against you they screw you. Is there such a thing as an honest lawyer? If you have to go with one use the cheapst you can possibly find. At least that way if they lose you won't have lost a ton of doe.

Doctors.... Avoid at all cost. I'd literally have to be dying before I'd go see a dr. But that too makes zero sense as taht's the worst time to go see them as they'd likely either "finish the job" or if you did come out alive they'd likely mame you for life. No avoid at all cost.

I'm serious.... don't believe me.... then go for it. Be my guest. It's up to you, but you've been warned. They're not your friends in life. That's for damn sure. (And I'm not saying their all bad. but you have to do a LOT OF RESEARCH and interviewing and even then as one lawyer told me, "you still won't know what kind of results you'll get".



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 02:13 PM
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pasiphae
i really want to buy some of this now. of course i'm in the US so it will have to ship overseas but since it's not expensive i can't complain.

really great story and thank you so much for sharing it!!


hello pasiphae

I found when i was trying to find the Cimetidine that you buy it over the counter in the US but you cant here in the UK an its vice versa with the Mebendazole .. I'm sure that its available on the web somewhere


HAPPY NEW YEAR PAL

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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 02:14 PM
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spartacus699
Let me tell you there's 2 specific professionals that you want to avoid at ALL COST!!! Avoid avoid avoid.... They are:

Lawyers.... if you hire them they screw you. If they're hired against you they screw you. Is there such a thing as an honest lawyer? If you have to go with one use the cheapst you can possibly find. At least that way if they lose you won't have lost a ton of doe.

Doctors.... Avoid at all cost. I'd literally have to be dying before I'd go see a dr. But that too makes zero sense as taht's the worst time to go see them as they'd likely either "finish the job" or if you did come out alive they'd likely mame you for life. No avoid at all cost.

I'm serious.... don't believe me.... then go for it. Be my guest. It's up to you, but you've been warned. They're not your friends in life. That's for damn sure. (And I'm not saying their all bad. but you have to do a LOT OF RESEARCH and interviewing and even then as one lawyer told me, "you still won't know what kind of results you'll get".


HAHA


I've had a lot to do with both pal .....



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 02:45 PM
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nofear39
Hello ATS ... I’m writing this thread after alot of soul searching, hopefully I'm doing the right thing .
I've been on ATS site for years an had a couple of different usernames; ko1punch was one I used and a couple of others . I am 41 years old and a single dad.
I’m a hv fitter on the sub-stations.


About 4 years ago I was told I had Ostersarcoma, www.macmillan.org.uk... which is a bone cancer. I got a tumour in my right hip joint which was the size of an orange when they found it , I was advised to have chemo as soon as possible, I had 7 months Chemotherapy in Christies in Manchester.


I was in Christies from monday morning until friday afternoon for the whole period,I lost 3 stone, all my hair on my body and I looked like death when they had finished ....half way through the chemo they cut the tumour out and I had a partial pelvis and hip replacement.


The doctors told me the chemo hadn’t worked and the tumour was still "alive" when they cut it out and I had a choice if I wanted to carry on the treatment or not ,i was advised that the chemo could help still if i had any residue cancer cells in my blood, as I was in a vunerable state I agreed to carry out the course of chemo.


After the chemo had finished I went back to work and got on with my life as best as I could. About a year later I got secondary tumours in my lungs. I had key hole surgery and they cut out 3 tumours out and left 2 tumours in my lungs because they were in dangerous places and to risky to cut out . The 3 tumours were sent off for biopsy and showed they were cancerous. I was advised that I needed 6 months of chemo asap ...ok this is where it gets interesting .... I’d read this thread by TheAlmo .................... www.abovetopsecret.com... you should read this thread .
www.abovetopsecret.com...

So I decided to try this as I wasn’t having chemo again ...never again. I spoke to theAlmo a couple of times through mail on ats ... and researched the info in his thread ...so I started taking 100mg Mebendazole tablets 3 times a day ,200 mg cimetidine tablets 4 times a day www.canceractive.com... and 50 grams of Glutamine power twice a day. en.wikipedia.org... That was last year in March or April .


I have revisited the hospital for six month check up for CT scans and chest x-rays alternatively since been told there was two tumours left in my lungs. The doctors believed the cancer would spread without treatment, their only option chemo. I have not told the specialist the treatment I am still currerntly taking and I have continued to go back for appointments.


The first CT scan after three months showed no change and the tumours both still present. The next appointment was six months later again (9 months in total) , a chest x-ray which showed nothing and my chest was clear. At this stage the doctors were very shocked and only asked me if I felt OK and If I did to come back in six months time for a CT scan. #


I continued to take what I was taking and went back six months later (15 months since the tumours were cut out) for the CT scan. This CT showed that one of the tumours had dissapeared and the other had remained the same size which the doctor has recently stated this could be old scar tissue and nothing to worry about which does not make sense to me after all this time.


I have recently been for my second chest x-ray since the three tumours were cut out ( 21 months) and again this has shown no relapse and all clear. My specialist is now telling me I’m in remission and the longer no cancer isnt showing the less chance it is of coming back. I asked the doctor if he should of seen any sign of cancer spreading by now,knowing that he believed 21 months ago he could do nothing for me except trying another course of chemo (when i was offered the second course of chemo i asked him what are the chances of success and he said it had more chance of working the first time and the chances of it working the first time was not good )the doctor said it should of spread throughout my body by now and he should being seeing it on the x-rays and CT scans.


I haven’t told my specialist what ive been taking and he has never asked me. I mentioned some alternative cures to him when I was told about the secondary tumours and he didnt know about any of them ... so I haven’t mentioned it again ..
Feel free to ask any questions i’d be happy to help 
And last but not least i’d like to say thank you to TheAlmo and ATS.
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So you cured your cancer and instead of grabbing the doctor by the lapels and telling him why the hell he was still pedaling dangerous chemo which doesn't work and shouting it out from the rooftops and telling the nurses and every else in the hospital you just tip toed out of there condemning other people to unsuccessful chemo.

Are you a mouse or a man?



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 02:57 PM
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championoftruth
So you cured your cancer and instead of grabbing the doctor by the lapels and telling him why the hell he was still pedaling dangerous chemo which doesn't work and shouting it out from the rooftops and telling the nurses and every else in the hospital you just tip toed out of there condemning other people to unsuccessful chemo.
Cancer is no walk in the park, and no cures are easy. What works for one may not work for another...which is all to say that there are more people here on ATS that have been cured through chemo or radiation, than those who have been cured by alternative means. And an untold number who don't post any more, having succumbed to cancer despite either means of treatment. It remains a little early to be grabbing anybody by the lapels.

Congrats again to the OP, and have a great 2014!



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 03:04 PM
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How crazy the timing of this OP!

Were going through this right now with my wouldbe father in law. 72 he's been diagnosed with Sarcoma which I understand is a very rare breed of cancer. Anyway his GP is saying size 11 shoe size tumor in his abdomen - Wow hes already down to 168 lbs. He goes to the state capital to see about getting this thing removed and this Dr. says well looks like lesions in the lungs and liver - What? excuse me. Long and short 2 Dr's differing opinions. Who do you trust cause Dr. number two says hey you've lived a good life and here I can give you a nice codine script to make it less painful - unacceptable.

Cancer treatment center of America says no problem we'll see him - In May!!!!

This is crazy - everyone harps on early detection but good luck getting treatment. What a nightmare. I have made my significant other aware of this thread and have encouraged her to use my account to ask questions, which I hope she will.

This guy has a heart bigger than Texas - Why is it always the good ones? I know they are all good to someone. This has been an absolute nightmare on every level not the least of which emotionally and we'll take support from whatever source presents itself.

God bless and a very Happy New Year to all.
edit on 31-12-2013 by WWJFKD because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:11 PM
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nofear39

spartacus699
Let me tell you there's 2 specific professionals that you want to avoid at ALL COST!!! Avoid avoid avoid.... They are:

Lawyers.... if you hire them they screw you. If they're hired against you they screw you. Is there such a thing as an honest lawyer? If you have to go with one use the cheapst you can possibly find. At least that way if they lose you won't have lost a ton of doe.

Doctors.... Avoid at all cost. I'd literally have to be dying before I'd go see a dr. But that too makes zero sense as taht's the worst time to go see them as they'd likely either "finish the job" or if you did come out alive they'd likely mame you for life. No avoid at all cost.

I'm serious.... don't believe me.... then go for it. Be my guest. It's up to you, but you've been warned. They're not your friends in life. That's for damn sure. (And I'm not saying their all bad. but you have to do a LOT OF RESEARCH and interviewing and even then as one lawyer told me, "you still won't know what kind of results you'll get".


HAHA


I've had a lot to do with both pal .....


And ya wouldn't you agree that it's no wonder everyone both hates and fears both lawyers and dr's? They're nothing but bad news!



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:16 PM
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championoftruth

nofear39
Hello ATS ... I’m writing this thread after alot of soul searching, hopefully I'm doing the right thing .
I've been on ATS site for years an had a couple of different usernames; ko1punch was one I used and a couple of others . I am 41 years old and a single dad.
I’m a hv fitter on the sub-stations.


About 4 years ago I was told I had Ostersarcoma, www.macmillan.org.uk... which is a bone cancer. I got a tumour in my right hip joint which was the size of an orange when they found it , I was advised to have chemo as soon as possible, I had 7 months Chemotherapy in Christies in Manchester.


I was in Christies from monday morning until friday afternoon for the whole period,I lost 3 stone, all my hair on my body and I looked like death when they had finished ....half way through the chemo they cut the tumour out and I had a partial pelvis and hip replacement.


The doctors told me the chemo hadn’t worked and the tumour was still "alive" when they cut it out and I had a choice if I wanted to carry on the treatment or not ,i was advised that the chemo could help still if i had any residue cancer cells in my blood, as I was in a vunerable state I agreed to carry out the course of chemo.


After the chemo had finished I went back to work and got on with my life as best as I could. About a year later I got secondary tumours in my lungs. I had key hole surgery and they cut out 3 tumours out and left 2 tumours in my lungs because they were in dangerous places and to risky to cut out . The 3 tumours were sent off for biopsy and showed they were cancerous. I was advised that I needed 6 months of chemo asap ...ok this is where it gets interesting .... I’d read this thread by TheAlmo .................... www.abovetopsecret.com... you should read this thread .
www.abovetopsecret.com...

So I decided to try this as I wasn’t having chemo again ...never again. I spoke to theAlmo a couple of times through mail on ats ... and researched the info in his thread ...so I started taking 100mg Mebendazole tablets 3 times a day ,200 mg cimetidine tablets 4 times a day www.canceractive.com... and 50 grams of Glutamine power twice a day. en.wikipedia.org... That was last year in March or April .


I have revisited the hospital for six month check up for CT scans and chest x-rays alternatively since been told there was two tumours left in my lungs. The doctors believed the cancer would spread without treatment, their only option chemo. I have not told the specialist the treatment I am still currerntly taking and I have continued to go back for appointments.


The first CT scan after three months showed no change and the tumours both still present. The next appointment was six months later again (9 months in total) , a chest x-ray which showed nothing and my chest was clear. At this stage the doctors were very shocked and only asked me if I felt OK and If I did to come back in six months time for a CT scan. #


I continued to take what I was taking and went back six months later (15 months since the tumours were cut out) for the CT scan. This CT showed that one of the tumours had dissapeared and the other had remained the same size which the doctor has recently stated this could be old scar tissue and nothing to worry about which does not make sense to me after all this time.


I have recently been for my second chest x-ray since the three tumours were cut out ( 21 months) and again this has shown no relapse and all clear. My specialist is now telling me I’m in remission and the longer no cancer isnt showing the less chance it is of coming back. I asked the doctor if he should of seen any sign of cancer spreading by now,knowing that he believed 21 months ago he could do nothing for me except trying another course of chemo (when i was offered the second course of chemo i asked him what are the chances of success and he said it had more chance of working the first time and the chances of it working the first time was not good )the doctor said it should of spread throughout my body by now and he should being seeing it on the x-rays and CT scans.


I haven’t told my specialist what ive been taking and he has never asked me. I mentioned some alternative cures to him when I was told about the secondary tumours and he didnt know about any of them ... so I haven’t mentioned it again ..
Feel free to ask any questions i’d be happy to help 
And last but not least i’d like to say thank you to TheAlmo and ATS.
edit on 29-12-2013 by nofear39 because: (no reason given)

edit on 29-12-2013 by nofear39 because: x

edit on 29-12-2013 by nofear39 because: X



So you cured your cancer and instead of grabbing the doctor by the lapels and telling him why the hell he was still pedaling dangerous chemo which doesn't work and shouting it out from the rooftops and telling the nurses and every else in the hospital you just tip toed out of there condemning other people to unsuccessful chemo.

Are you a mouse or a man?


Very good question pal ...I thought someone would of asked me that b4 now . Ive never feared anyone or anything my whole life
thats the way im built and i couldnt change if i wanted to .... but some times ya bashing ya head a against a brickwall ...
I take it you think i should tell him ?

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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:18 PM
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WWJFKD
How crazy the timing of this OP!

Were going through this right now with my wouldbe father in law. 72 he's been diagnosed with Sarcoma which I understand is a very rare breed of cancer. Anyway his GP is saying size 11 shoe size tumor in his abdomen - Wow hes already down to 168 lbs. He goes to the state capital to see about getting this thing removed and this Dr. says well looks like lesions in the lungs and liver - What? excuse me. Long and short 2 Dr's differing opinions. Who do you trust cause Dr. number two says hey you've lived a good life and here I can give you a nice codine script to make it less painful - unacceptable.

Cancer treatment center of America says no problem we'll see him - In May!!!!

This is crazy - everyone harps on early detection but good luck getting treatment. What a nightmare. I have made my significant other aware of this thread and have encouraged her to use my account to ask questions, which I hope she will.

This guy has a heart bigger than Texas - Why is it always the good ones? I know they are all good to someone. This has been an absolute nightmare on every level not the least of which emotionally and we'll take support from whatever source presents itself.

God bless and a very Happy New Year to all.
edit on 31-12-2013 by WWJFKD because: (no reason given)


im so sorry to hear that .....


feel free 2 ask me anything


happy new year 2 you an ya family 2 pal xx
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posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:20 PM
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spartacus699

nofear39

spartacus699
Let me tell you there's 2 specific professionals that you want to avoid at ALL COST!!! Avoid avoid avoid.... They are:

Lawyers.... if you hire them they screw you. If they're hired against you they screw you. Is there such a thing as an honest lawyer? If you have to go with one use the cheapst you can possibly find. At least that way if they lose you won't have lost a ton of doe.

Doctors.... Avoid at all cost. I'd literally have to be dying before I'd go see a dr. But that too makes zero sense as taht's the worst time to go see them as they'd likely either "finish the job" or if you did come out alive they'd likely mame you for life. No avoid at all cost.

I'm serious.... don't believe me.... then go for it. Be my guest. It's up to you, but you've been warned. They're not your friends in life. That's for damn sure. (And I'm not saying their all bad. but you have to do a LOT OF RESEARCH and interviewing and even then as one lawyer told me, "you still won't know what kind of results you'll get".


HAHA


I've had a lot to do with both pal .....


And ya wouldn't you agree that it's no wonder everyone both hates and fears both lawyers and dr's? They're nothing but bad news!


i would deffo agree haha



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 08:30 PM
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JohnnyCanuck

championoftruth
So you cured your cancer and instead of grabbing the doctor by the lapels and telling him why the hell he was still pedaling dangerous chemo which doesn't work and shouting it out from the rooftops and telling the nurses and every else in the hospital you just tip toed out of there condemning other people to unsuccessful chemo.
Cancer is no walk in the park, and no cures are easy. What works for one may not work for another...which is all to say that there are more people here on ATS that have been cured through chemo or radiation, than those who have been cured by alternative means. And an untold number who don't post any more, having succumbed to cancer despite either means of treatment. It remains a little early to be grabbing anybody by the lapels.

Congrats again to the OP, and have a great 2014!


thanks pal

Im not one to tempt fate either
it took me ages to decide whether this was worth it ... it i end up dying after this im going to look a right c*** haha not that matters much when im brown bread



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 11:09 PM
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happy new year! new lease on life



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 05:58 AM
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WWJFKD
How crazy the timing of this OP!

Were going through this right now with my wouldbe father in law. 72 he's been diagnosed with Sarcoma which I understand is a very rare breed of cancer. Anyway his GP is saying size 11 shoe size tumor in his abdomen - Wow hes already down to 168 lbs. He goes to the state capital to see about getting this thing removed and this Dr. says well looks like lesions in the lungs and liver - What? excuse me. Long and short 2 Dr's differing opinions. Who do you trust cause Dr. number two says hey you've lived a good life and here I can give you a nice codine script to make it less painful - unacceptable.

Cancer treatment center of America says no problem we'll see him - In May!!!!

This is crazy - everyone harps on early detection but good luck getting treatment. What a nightmare. I have made my significant other aware of this thread and have encouraged her to use my account to ask questions, which I hope she will.

This guy has a heart bigger than Texas - Why is it always the good ones? I know they are all good to someone. This has been an absolute nightmare on every level not the least of which emotionally and we'll take support from whatever source presents itself.

God bless and a very Happy New Year to all.
edit on 31-12-2013 by WWJFKD because: (no reason given)


I cannot say the poo word that begins with S unfortunately as a bot automatically censors it!... but you know what i mean i hope?

I feel so deeply for you...

We are currently waiting for my father in-law to die right now... and it is just totally devastating and heartwrenching....

He was and will always be one of the good ones too...

You might find one of my threads (just look up in my profile) useful as this thread talks about one of the causes of certain cancers.

My father in-law and his sister who died 5 years ago from generalised cancer at the age of 54 tried one of the "miracle" cures that were to be found here on the "net"... both of them tried as best as they could to abide by those miracle cures...

Lets not talk about curing cancer... but how to PREVENT IT!

Kindest respects

Rodinus
edit on 2-1-2014 by Rodinus because: I will use the word "crap" instead



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 06:57 AM
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Only replying to add a bit of support to yourself. When (this sounds so bad) we were waiting for my mother to pass (over 3 years ago) we too found it hard. My mother was an outdoors person always walking always wanting to explore. The last month of her life being stuck in bed must of been so hard for her all she had were her windows to look out of.

In a way we were wishing she would take her last breath and go peacefully because I know if she could spoke she would of said just let her go.

It is hard seeing this, I dealt with it every day as I live at home. Still to his day those thoughts are with me. They say time heals but with things like this it doesn't.

I've been asked how I dealt with it, truth in the matter .. I didn't deal with it. I more accepted that this was happening and i had no control over it. But sometimes seeing the person pass away acts as a relief for yourself and for your family and the person suffering.
It isn't easy and people deal with it differently

My advice .. Take your time, do whatever you feel is the right thing to do. No one can question your actions or thoughts we are all individuals

All the best mate



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 08:25 AM
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ThePeaceMaker
But sometimes seeing the person pass away acts as a relief for yourself and for your family and the person suffering.
It isn't easy and people deal with it differently

All the best mate


Thanks... you hit the nail on the head... The relief for everyone (including my father in-law) is the moment when my father in-law finally decides to let go...

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 08:57 AM
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You're welcome

Sometimes even after the passing things can be slightly difficult. My father was my mothers carer 24/7 for about two months before she passed. Apart from losing his wife after 30 years, he spent every hour at her bed side.

The day she passed he felt he had lost a purpose in life not because he lost his wife, but all of a sudden the person he was looking after had gone he felt lost and didn't know what to do

So even after passing we have to support loved ones still with us.

Although I can't offer the right answers or cures i hope that everything you have to deal with goes as good as it can

All the best, keep head held high



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 09:02 AM
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Knowing and seeing what you went through mate, you fought It and had a positive attitude throughout, I think you did the right thing putting this on ATS, and with some research others might find an answer or remedy to suit them, It may or may not work for others but It will give some people hope and hope can be a good thing, all the best.


We are all kept in the dark by Big Pharma.



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 09:29 AM
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jonesthespy
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Knowing and seeing what you went through mate, you fought It and had a positive attitude throughout, I think you did the right thing putting this on ATS, and with some research others might find an answer or remedy to suit them, It may or may not work for others but It will give some people hope and hope can be a good thing, all the best.


We are all kept in the dark by Big Pharma.


thanks alot pal .... if it helps one person it was worth it
the kettle is on
see ya in abit



posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 10:03 PM
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nofear39

pasiphae
i really want to buy some of this now. of course i'm in the US so it will have to ship overseas but since it's not expensive i can't complain.

really great story and thank you so much for sharing it!!


hello pasiphae

I found when i was trying to find the Cimetidine that you buy it over the counter in the US but you cant here in the UK an its vice versa with the Mebendazole .. I'm sure that its available on the web somewhere


HAPPY NEW YEAR PAL

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yes, the cimetidine is over the counter here and very easy to find. the mebendazole i found on ebay (haven't ordered yet).



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