• Story about 3x neg bc .. What do you think?

    Asked by geekling on Tuesday, March 20, 2018

    13 Answers from the Community

    13 answers
    • biga17133's Avatar
      biga17133

      so glad she was able to get the truth out,,really makes me mad tho others used her story for gain,,,thanks for sharing....still taking a bath by myself biga17133

      about 1 month ago
    • Carool's Avatar
      Carool

      I think this is 100% bull.

      about 1 month ago
    • geekling's Avatar
      geekling

      Why Carool?

      about 1 month ago
    • lh25's Avatar
      lh25

      This line caught my eye

      'After losing her sister to chemo"

      Then this

      "Dee explained to us that she came across medical cannabis treatments accidentally, while researching alternative treatments to chemotherapy, which she believes killed her sister when she had cancer:"

      It's what she believes, but she doesn't say why she thinks it was the chemo and not the cancer.

      And I'll be honest, one of my pet peeves was people who hadn't had to make cancer treatment decisions telling me "I'd never do Chemo, it's worse the the cancer". I watched people I love die from cancer, it was horrible. Yes, Chemo is bad, but that was worse.

      about 1 month ago
    • geekling's Avatar
      geekling

      When I was treated for cancer, they screewed up the drug infusion. It was the raditarion which was the torture. It made me feel worse than I already felt. I am Still tired from it. It also took my best feature; my smile

      When the chemotherapy was mucked up, I was given a secondary blood disease for which I later took chemotherapy type drugs for 3 months. I was allergic to the base of those drugs. By the end of the second month, I was a different person. 3 years later, I am still a bit scrambled and dont think as well as I once did.

      I havent ever had breast cancer. Hope to not ever. I do know there are folks who believe the drugs are killers. I know they are scramblers. I am a much less effective person. All in all, treatment left me with less confidence, with horrific physical side effects and I still think of it as torture. There has to be a better way.

      I carried cancer for a long time. 13 years before a proper diagnosis. Cancer made me tired. The radiation made the exhaustion worse. Treatment hurt. Cancer did not hurt. I knew it did not belong and recognized it as an unwanted and ugly invader but it did not hurt except when the tumor, itself, was moved or touched semi roughly.

      I have no doubt it may have been different for others. This is my story just like the article talks about another person's views.

      I can testify that FECO gets rid of squamous cells on the skin.

      Best wishes

      about 1 month ago
    • JaneA's Avatar
      JaneA

      To declare someone cured of cancer in the same year as they are diagnosed is ludicrous. More fake news, in my opinion.

      about 1 month ago
    • geekling's Avatar
      geekling

      I was declared "cured" the same year I was treated by the folks who performed the treatment. That was back in 2002.

      about 1 month ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      So did I, Carool. I shook my head all the way through. Wasn't going to get into a discussion about it. Ridiculous claims.

      about 1 month ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      The woman had surgery to remove her tumors. Then she did her cannabis oil. She has no clue and neither do her doctors if she is cured from any errant cells lurking in her body. She jumps to the same conclusions that I've seen others make the leap to... For her sake, I hope she's right that she cured herself.

      about 1 month ago
    • Carool's Avatar
      Carool

      Thank you, LiveWithCancer. I, too, won't get into a discussion on this. I and others have said in some detail why we think these alternative treatments are not only a waste of money and time but are dangerous, if the patient forgoes scientifically-tested medical treatments and chooses this kind of quackery. And no more on this from me.

      about 1 month ago
    • geekling's Avatar
      geekling

      If she is NED, she is NED.

      And that is that.

      about 1 month ago
    • BarbarainBham's Avatar
      BarbarainBham

      Geekling, in addition to the above comments, the patient does not define the word "cured" or "all clear" when she uses them in the article. (NED does not mean "cured.") From March 2017 to August 2017 is only five months, and includes the time she had a lumpectomy to remove her X-ray-visible tumor(s). A five-month time span is not CONCLUSIVE FOR a scientific meaning of "cured" or "all clear."

      A scientific article would be much more specific than this article, which is a big clue as to authenticity.

      The relevant issue is what treatment has been scientifically researched and proven to work. If the article doesn't cite valid references, better let it go. . . .

      about 1 month ago
    • elissa5's Avatar
      elissa5 (Best Answer!)

      Hi All....I was as skeptical as all of you about cannabis oil. How could this possibly shrink cancer cells or cure someone. I learned about Cannabis oil after Doctors gave up on me. I had 6 months of chemo and was told to get my affairs in order. After searching for natural things to help me stay alive I came across Cannabis oil. I kept dismissing it. But as I educated myself I thought what the XXX, might as well try it. I never had surgery and only 6 months of chemo. I did Cannabis oil...and I mean high "THC" oil and shrunk all my tumors to no longer be seen on scans. It took me an entire year on the oil. That was in November of 2014. I continue to take a small dose at bedtime and will do so for life. Please don't dismiss Cannabis oil It has many health benefits. Lowers blood pressure and blood sugar too. Educate yourself, read articles and cross reference everything. I am happy I had the faith to try it. It can't hurt you. . Happy healing folks !

      24 days ago

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