• What do I do?

    Asked by BigOlDale on Thursday, July 18, 2013

    What do I do?

    I am at a total loss. I have no idea what to do....where to go and who to turn to. I'm not good at news like this and just need some advice.

    11 Answers from the Community

    11 answers
    • dls1007's Avatar

      You will need your family and friends. Learn to lean on them and you will get through this. God bless!

      almost 7 years ago
    • andra's Avatar

      Look at national kidney association website regarding kidney cancer, can get information from national cancer society. Your doctor should give you names of cancer specialists in your area. It is a shock to the system to receive the news, trust me, we have been there and continue to wrestle with the news, almost 6 months later. It changes your perspective on life. Gather as much information as possible before seeing the doctor.

      almost 7 years ago
    • Stephstruble's Avatar

      Dr. David Miller at the U of M Cancer Center Urology, he is AWESOME! I started by balancing out my PH in my urine by using baking soda and molasses (google cancer cure with baking soda and molasses and you will get the recipe. Next, I ordered appricot seed kernels from Canada. They are illegal in this stupid country. Start eating 5 a day and build up to 40 a day. Eat 40 a day for about a week, then taper down to 7 a day for the rest of your life. You can google this too to get more information. Get rid of as much sweets and red meets as possible in your diet. Next, Simpson Oil! It CURES cancer. Mine is gone. I did all of these things, and by the time they went to remove my left kidney, it was gone! They only removed 25% of my kidney by robot and recovery was amazing! I was only in the hospital 2 days and was up and going immediately! You are in good hands if you are at the U!

      almost 7 years ago

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