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Cancer - It can be beaten

Bear with me guys. I’m new to this. It can be done. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and a little over 4 years ago I was told to have the last 3 cycles (I’d already had 3 out of 6) of RCHOP chemotherapy and Rumaxitab but as it wasn’t having much impact they’d be treating me as a palliative patient - keeping me comfortable for the short time they thought I had left. Fortunately for me, I was a positive sort of person. Having 4 young children I was determined that I couldn’t die. I had a fantastic support network of family and freinds. And I’d chanced upon a website offering natural strategies to kill cancer, while I was researching NHL which I must say at that point there wasn’t anything too positive out there. I’d read through the pages of information and supporting documentation for each strategy (qpproximately 100 pages in total) and was keeping it up my sleeve.. just in case. I muttered under my breath at that point something along the lines.. I’ll show you b*tch.. The doctor (a med student) had been quite blase about the whole thing. In hindsight I don’t think that I would have understood just how sick I was without the information she’d just delivered. Without it I may not have made the decision to go with the supplements and strategies without which, I dare say I would not be here now. I started by boosting my immune system. I drank Aloe Vera Juice. It is readily available in the health food aisle in the local supermarket for around $12 a litre. I drank about 125 ml twice a day which can be mixed with other juices. I started taking a multivitamin, 1500mg Vitamin C twice a day. I took 150mg Co-enzyme Q10 daily, flaxseed oil and milk thistle to help my liver. I ate a healthy diet, lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. Got a good night’s sleep in a quiet dark room (atleast 8 hours), started filtering my drinking water. I would sit out in the sunshine, watch the sunset, potter around outside.. appreciate the beauty of nature, enjoy the company of family and freinds. I did some deep breathing several times a day, visualised my cancer shrinking and disintegrating, took daily walks, laughed alot and as strange as it sounds I would channel all of the positive energy from those around me - whenever anyone asked how I was.. I would feel almost invigorated! I tried to not let myself wallow and let my cancer rule me. Getting angry is negative and not the best place to be in a situation like this. I finished my last 3 cycles of chemo and was sent for my restaging PET Scan. My Oncologist was amazed. I had been full of cancer, throughout my body, and in my bone marrow. It had almost completely resolved. His words were “It doesn’t happen very often - to do what I had done.. whatever you’re doing, just keep doing it” My followup CT showed the cancer was gone! It can be done! There’s alot you can do to help yourself. I call what I do “complimentary” - you use it in conjunction with what your specialist says. I believe in being proactive. You do everything you can to make yourself stronger and if you’ve got to go down you’re going to go down fighting. I have a facebook page - complimentary strategies to beat cancer if you want, have a look. More stuff to follow

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Bear with me guys. I’m new to this. It can be done. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and a little over 4 years ago I was told to have the last 3 cycles (I’d already had 3 out of 6) of RCHOP chemotherapy and Rumaxitab but as it wasn’t having much impact they’d be treating me as a palliative patient - keeping me comfortable for the short time they thought I had left. Fortunately for me, I was a positive sort of person. Having 4 young children I was determined that I couldn’t die. I had a fantastic support network of family and freinds. And I’d chanced upon a website offering natural strategies to kill cancer, while I was researching NHL which I must say at that point there wasn’t anything too positive out there. I’d read through the pages of information and supporting documentation for each strategy (qpproximately 100 pages in total) and was keeping it up my sleeve.. just in case. I muttered under my breath at that point something along the lines.. I’ll show you b*tch.. The doctor (a med student) had been quite blase about the whole thing. In hindsight I don’t think that I would have understood just how sick I was without the information she’d just delivered. Without it I may not have made the decision to go with the supplements and strategies without which, I dare say I would not be here now. I started by boosting my immune system. I drank Aloe Vera Juice. It is readily available in the health food aisle in the local supermarket for around $12 a litre. I drank about 125 ml twice a day which can be mixed with other juices. I started taking a multivitamin, 1500mg Vitamin C twice a day. I took 150mg Co-enzyme Q10 daily, flaxseed oil and milk thistle to help my liver. I ate a healthy diet, lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. Got a good night’s sleep in a quiet dark room (atleast 8 hours), started filtering my drinking water. I would sit out in the sunshine, watch the sunset, potter around outside.. appreciate the beauty of nature, enjoy the company of family and freinds. I did some deep breathing several times a day, visualised my cancer shrinking and disintegrating, took daily walks, laughed alot and as strange as it sounds I would channel all of the positive energy from those around me - whenever anyone asked how I was.. I would feel almost invigorated! I tried to not let myself wallow and let my cancer rule me. Getting angry is negative and not the best place to be in a situation like this. I finished my last 3 cycles of chemo and was sent for my restaging PET Scan. My Oncologist was amazed. I had been full of cancer, throughout my body, and in my bone marrow. It had almost completely resolved. His words were “It doesn’t happen very often - to do what I had done.. whatever you’re doing, just keep doing it” My followup CT showed the cancer was gone! It can be done! There’s alot you can do to help yourself. I call what I do “complimentary” - you use it in conjunction with what your specialist says. I believe in being proactive. You do everything you can to make yourself stronger and if you’ve got to go down you’re going to go down fighting. I have a facebook page - complimentary strategies to beat cancer if you want, have a look. More stuff to follow

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