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Decision Point Associated with Invasive, Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Posted on June 23, 2012 View this journey (3 Experiences)

Found out june 21 2012 that the cancer tumor in my tongue which is large spread to the lymph nodes in my neck mostly right side but no where else so they say. Im glad I did some research on web regarding alternative treatments though I am realistic enough to realize it doesnt work for everyone. Im going to buy the book out smart your cancer by tanya from amazon and also try protocel 50 which is what the protocel people said is best for me. Right now since I dont have the money to buy the protocel I am trying the baking soda remedy. I did first mix it with molasses like that guy said on you tube from his website phkillscancer.com but since I already had my ct / pet scan I felt maybe I should just try it without the sugar since I really have no way of knowing if its working. This morning I drank 2 tablespoons of the stuff and also held a solution of the stuff in my mouth thinking maybe it willl soak a bit into the tonge and kill a few. Anyways I read Dr. Simoncini actually injected the stuff into your tumor but oh well how the heck am I gonna do that? Being unemployed on calworks (aka welfare) doesnt help thats why I have to wait till July 3 to get some money. I find it interesting as a person who receives governement benefits that when it comes to medical care they are very picky as to what they will pay for but guess what? When it comes to cancer the doctors at Stanford Medical Hospital in Palo Alto Ca said I wouldnt have to worry about that at all. Also parking is free for those on medical. Hmmm..... makes me wonder wow, they are so resistant to pay for many things health insurance wise oh but when it comes to cancer, surgery, radiation, chemo they're ready to pay? By the way I was recommended to do the surgery and loose half my tongue they said I would talk like someone who sounds retarded oh but that will come back for the most part after a month or so (no gaurantee) lol, and they also recommended to take out the lymph nodes on the right side of my neck and they're not sure but they see something on the left side of my neck but they want to check it doing a biopsy. And I still might need radiation treatment but they want to try to avoid it they said because of all the side effects I would have they said because I was so young radiation would be bad for me. They said I could have all radiation or only surgery or half and half its up to me but basically the radiatioon is baaaaadddd..... yeah. hmmm....
I did not like the 15 or so doctors that came into my room and ogled me either. They say they are there to assist in the group decision as to what to do but they look more like students to me and we are their guinea pigs. In the end it was really Dr. Fee who came in and told me what the deal is what my options were ect what he thought was best. Hmmm.... Dr. Fee is the old doctor there he appeared to me to be the head doctor everyone followed his lead except the Dr. who I saw initially at the ENT clinic who is Dr. Corrales. Let me tell you Dr. Corrales is AWESOME. Why? Cuz first off he is direct no BS and he gives you the sincere feeling he cares and hes got a killer handshake literally! I dont trust Dr. Fee because 10 years ago he is the dr that diagnosed my Leukoplakia and let me quote you what he said to me, "Its your typical garden variety leukoplakia, the odds of it ever turning into cancer are extremely low will probably never happen, we dont know why people like you who dont smoke or do drugs or drink get this but its not cancer its a beningn form of it you have nothing to worry about, just come back every 3-4 years and check it". So i walked away from that with the impression that it was not cancer and will never be. Thats why I felt it was not serious. Now I am facing a serious situation. Maybe he should of told me hey this is serious and just because its not now it can become and you need to stay on top of this okay!!!! Also Dr. Fee when he came into the exam room on Thursday muttered under his breath oh this was leukoplakia and its cancer now hmm.... very odd....huh I was thinking its YOU! Well for the most part people I feel okay I am thankful it wasnt worse and after reading tons of testimonials and info on the web I know I am lucky so far. I dont mean to complain about my situation I only want to give an accurate account of what I went through if it helps anyone else who is at Stanford Hospital.

But i have decided to try Protocel 50 and see if I can save my tongue. Let you know a month from now what really happened.

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