• Be careful what you read and where you take your medical advice from. Just because it's on the net, doesn't make it true.

    Asked by Leuky on Tuesday, January 23, 2018

    Be careful what you read and where you take your medical advice from. Just because it's on the net, doesn't make it true.

    And since anyone can get paid by credit card or PayPal, too many people are out to take advantage of desperate cancer patients.
    Healing cancer through diet: Patients urged to be wary of 'wellness' bloggers
    A Sydney oncologist has warned against using alternative therapies to treat cancer amid the growing popularity of wellness bloggers.
    https://www.sbs.com.au/news/healing-cancer-through-diet-patients-urged-to-be-wary-of-wellness-bloggers

    7 Answers from the Community

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    • DoreenLouise's Avatar
      DoreenLouise

      I believe in scienctifically prooven medical treatmeant, in conjuction with integrative medical treatment. I felt as if I was dying when my cancer was finally diagnosed.

      I had been ill for several years and was growing weaker as time went on. I just kept pushing myself to be Mom, Daughter, Employee, Friend, etcetera.

      I do not think that I would be alive today if I had not underwent chemo, surgeries and radiation in 2016.

      I now use many integrative therapies to prevent my cancer from returning.

      11 months ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar
      BoiseB

      My medical center is really into integrative therapies. They even have Dr.s doing research on integrative therapies. Heck they even have comfort dogs to reduce stress and relieve pain.

      11 months ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      Excellent advice. There are so many "authorities" who are not. But, they speak with such authority that less cynical people (or old or vulnerable) people believe them, to their detriment. It is frightening.

      11 months ago

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