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Disrupting Cancer

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    I have other medical issues that does not make me a good candidate for surgery at this point in time, so I am doing the drug route for now, my PSA has gone down but I am still in the 5's , so as long as it's going down and the growth is not growing, I'm fine for now, hoping for a little shrinking right now though.
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    pgr Wrote: I was diagnosed with Prostate cancer about 8 years ago. I chose the radiation path and, for what it's worth, my PSA is down to .03 now from 4.5. My dad went thru years of very painful shots in his 60's and 70's and lived to within a few weeks of his 100 birthday! Of course, he lived in FL and, as I'm sure as Dutch will agree, FL doctors are well known to prey on the elderly!
    PGR, about FL you are right; the amazing thing here is, I've not met a doctor here who is original American; they are either Hussain, Lopez, lots of India names etc. So I feel I have emigrated to one of those countries once I visit their offices. Did not meet any Dutch doctors yet; at least those I could tell exactly what ails me.
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    Dutch, all the Dutch docs practice in Canada!
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    pgr, I am very happy that you are doing much better now. JC, I wish you the best of luck in getting better as well.
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    Thank you Tony for your thoughts.
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    Erin Moran, rest your soul, and rest in peace.

    According to MSM, she was found in her trailer, alone.

    Also, according to the media, she had stage IV cancer.

    I've been thinking about her, and how many others who passed on the same way, not having anyone at their side to comfort them. IMHO, nobody should die alone. Even if a friend would have been next to her side or the side of someone who is passing on is important, at least to me it is. Someone very closely related to me was determined by an MD to have inoperable cancer, years ago before modern medicine treatments. We watched over her in her final weeks of life, trying our best to comfort and assure her in a positive way. One evening, she passed on around 5:00 p.m., it was sad to see her leave us, but we knew in our hearts that she went peacefully.

    Every holiday, and days of special significance were recalled by the living. I do hope Erin's memory lives on in the minds and hearts of relatives she may have had, and also of those who remember her fondly.

    I wished there was a cure.

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    Let's focus as well on the reasons of cancer; let's be honest in the fact that our planet has become unhealthy; per day there are about 6000 planes above your head spewing pollution in the air; no longer clean drinking water at an lot of places All our food has something artificial in it. On top of that all the "pushed" down your throat "recommended" drugs, just to make money. Trump's plan makes it here even more unhealthy by curtailing the EPA etc. as well denying "global warming"

    My wife's sister died from cancer?; but we still don't know if it was cancer at all. She was used as an "test" monkey by the doctors who made fortunes on the "chemo" which killed her, not the "fake" cancer. Sorry to say there are plenty of doctors and institutions for which "money" is more important than an "cured" patient.

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    I'll remain optimistic in thinking doctors, hospitals, researchers, pharmaceuticals and scientists are motivated by finding cures and really caring rather than being driven by the dollars they'll receive in the end scheme.

    I get what you're saying about water, air, food source pollution, I do. Recently US Steel emitted chromium into Lake Michigan, they might not even receive a slap on the wrist for that, and even if they did, what good would that do for the lake? It won't help make the water safer to drink.

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    I am fortunately not dealing with cancer but I do struggle with my type 1 diabetes. I recently read that sugar is a component that can help cancer thrive. It is a concern I have on occasion.
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    TJ Wrote: I am fortunately not dealing with cancer but I do struggle with my type 1 diabetes. I recently read that sugar is a component that can help cancer thrive. It is a concern I have on occasion.

    Tony; I hate to hear about your problem. However since I've been living here a while, I noticed that this country is super unhealthy . They mess here with the food and everything you use. Now Trump is ruining the EPA, things will get even worse.

    My wife has all kinds of food related problems because of it; when she travels to Europe; no problems at all there , let alone the FL pollen allergy situation. Let's be honest the food, the water and air here is unhealthy. Even the salad; imported from where?? Mexico?

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    Ozone therapy provides sufficient amount of oxygen to the body because number of times lack of oxygen leads to dangerous diseases in the body.