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    dafritz asked a questionHead & Neck/Throat Cancer

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      barryboomer

      Check out the Ketogenic diet for cancer.
      Lots of anti cancer supplements also. The vegan route is ok but this Keto Diet may starve out the cancer...Good Luck!

      almost 5 years ago
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      GregP_WN

      Are you looking for success stories from people that have had treatment? I was diagnosed with malignant tonsil 7 years ago, I had two surgeries, radical neck dissection and another to remove tonsil and margins. This was followed by radiation. I am still clean today.

      almost 5 years ago
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      Hi, I hope that I can happily help.I'm supposed to be on my death bed or dead. Mine was hit hard with extra high doses of radiation. In week 4- the tumors tried to fight back and went into regaing their size and spreading. My doctor decided to greatly increase the radiation dosage, and it worked. I am cancer free. I work out in the yard. I don't scare small children. I drive and care for myself-get groceries. do my finances, etc. people assume that I healed up well from an accident, instead of having part of my lip, nose and face removed for incurable cancer.

      I had a rare incurible form of BCC in the nose and lip. Surgery and radiation preads the evil thing, and chemo does absolutely nothing. They say surgery will give you up to 10 years, but most people die before 4 years. Each time my face was cut, new visible tumors popped up in 4 days. The ACS surgery takes about a year, and they remove bone, muscle, and skin. By the ear- the whole ear is gone and is replaced with a metal plate. Nose- the whole nose and surrounding area is removed. Some forms are slower, and MOHS surgery is done several times a year, where they are shaved out several times a year. It is disgusting, and a person is always healing up and getting ready for the next MOHS.

      Surgery-when it fails, more surgery, then CHEMO, then radiation-and dead from one of the most painful cancers. This one releases an acid much like sulfuric acid when it attaches to bone and drills through. Then the different tumors drill through the brain, releasing this acid into your system, going this way and that way until one accidently attacks the brain stem or a gland that keeps your heart beating and lungs moving.

      What I find bad is that it is difficult to find medical staff that is familiar with this and knows what the blood work means. Then there are oncologists and clinics that run these patients out, because the patients are bad advertising, ruin the morale of the staff, ruin the success record that's needed to get more grant and fed money. Florida clinics did this to several people that I knew.

      My clinic tried to ship me out, but nobody would take me. Then I ran into a radical oncology radiologist that wanted to try this technique on a human. Now everyone wants me in their clinics, so they can list me as their success and get more money. I stay with my radialogist and a replacement onclogist that was willing to care for me, before we knew the cancers were gone, and their relatives were staying away. What is an added plus is that I haven't developed any secondary cancers from radiation, or other effects from the extra high radiation dosages. My kidneys and liver are saying, "Radiation? What radiation? 74 years old? You must be kidding?"

      almost 5 years ago
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      I"m 73 with HPV+ SCC BOT, Stage 4 spead to lymph. Was going to get robotic surgery in Wisc but got into proton therapy center instead. Had 10 sessions and getting very difficult. No feeding tube yet but my weight is down.
      How are you doing?

      over 6 years ago