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#21 johnlove

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 10:47 PM

Sorry I cannot answer this question because the 2 acquaintances (the other had prostate cancer) didn't wait for their bodies to enter the 'bed ridden' stage, they seek treatment while they were both capable of walking unassisted.

There is also a Philippine volunteer group composed to cancer survivors who can assist newbies to the cancer treatment center.
Their website is: http://www.pvf.org.ph/

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Posted 25 September 2017 - 07:03 PM

I think the better way to cure it, is changing of lifestyle. and emotionally, positive thinking dapat ang patient.



#23 fatal1ty

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 09:41 AM

sad to say but walang cancer cure. madalas kasi kapag cancer when treated dumadaan sa remission stage in which the signs and symptoms of cancer are reduced. minsan all signs and symptoms have disappeared too! you may be cancer-free for 5 years or more but chances are these cancer cells still remain remain kahit ilang years pa after ng treatment. madalas nagkakaron ng recurrence at lumilipat lang sa ibang parts ng katawan. ganyan din naging case ng father ko. latest chemotherapy drug pa. naka survive for 6 years since he was diagnosed with Colon Cancer. sa 6 years na to may time din na naging cancer free sya and bumaba cancer cells sa katawan nya. but never been cured by chemotherapy. it would only extend the life of the cancer patient but the quality of life would be reduced too. 



#24 Dash_Avalanche

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Posted 04 June 2018 - 01:42 AM

Cure? im not sure but you can try herbal like sabah snake grass or paragis.. prevention tip... exercise... according to a blood produces enzymes suppressing cancer cells for just an hour cardio exercise .



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Posted 15 June 2018 - 01:18 AM

Cure? im not sure but you can try herbal like sabah snake grass or paragis.. prevention tip... exercise... according to a blood produces enzymes suppressing cancer cells for just an hour cardio exercise .


contrary to popular belief. Herbal drigs do not cure cancer. Sure you can take them, pero dont expect to be cured if di din kayo mag chemotherapy/sirgery/radiotherapy. Madami nako naging patients stage 1 palang na curable inasa sa herbal herbal na yan tapos dadalhin sa ospital stage 4 na ilagaan yung tumor. Tapos sila galit na wala daw kami ginawa 🙄

Wag kasi magpapaniwala agad agad. If it's too good tk be true, it probably is.

#26 Dash_Avalanche

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Posted 15 June 2018 - 07:38 AM

i might agree with you, but still prevention is better than cure.. I should have said its just a precaution and maybe the last resort when the doctor said you only have a few hour left to live... some people actually cured and still live.. thanks God for that.. Cheers!

 

contrary to popular belief. Herbal drigs do not cure cancer. Sure you can take them, pero dont expect to be cured if di din kayo mag chemotherapy/sirgery/radiotherapy. Madami nako naging patients stage 1 palang na curable inasa sa herbal herbal na yan tapos dadalhin sa ospital stage 4 na ilagaan yung tumor. Tapos sila galit na wala daw kami ginawa

Wag kasi magpapaniwala agad agad. If it's too good tk be true, it probably is.



#27 EdwardFex

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Posted 24 March 2019 - 03:15 AM

My father in law has just told me, a cousins of his, is suffering from the same type of cancer he is. Apparently, the doctors have refused to treat him with chemo, because he uses cannabis as treatment. Im sceptical as f#&k, surely they cant do that? Anyone got experience with this?

#28 temurlenk

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Posted 09 May 2019 - 09:04 AM

Sadly there is no "cure" for cancer. You can treat it with chemo, radiation, surgery and go on remission but it can come back as early as 2 years later or as late as 20 years later. A healthy lifestyle isn't a guarantee that you will be cancer free. I know people who did not smoke or drink and are also vegetarian but they still developed cancer. Yes, there are a lot of carcinogens out there that we can avoid and lower our chances of getting cancer but we can never be 100% sure that we won't get it. Even if you don't have a family history of cancer, you can still get it.






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