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    My new book titled “You Can Beat Lung Cancer: Using Alternative/Integrative Interventions” that discusses the interventions I used to overcome lung cancer when given 6 months to live by contemporary medicine 38 years ago and the natural interventions I have used since to remain health into old age is now available. It should be in the purchases section of this website as soon as the programer puts it on. If you are a lung cancer patient and have questions do not hesitate to contact me.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003407078529 Jonathan

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      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003414275963 Erwin

        was positive. They came up with no ccnear present. So my doctor was very adamant that he was not wrong and so I went back to the hospital two months later and they did their own biopsy which came back negative. In fact they were surprised that my Urologist even did a biopsy on a PSA that was only 2.0 and that had increased one point in a year based on my family doctor’s information. Here are some original mistakes to watch out for all of you who may experieince this: my family doctor who said my PSA went up one point in a year had both readings done by different labs, not good, and then when my Urologist decided to do a biopsy based on that information without doing his own PSA test to confirm. Clearly I should have been smarter and seen that error. But then there is so much money to be made from biopsies and radical surgery Urologists will guide you straight down that road. This was all a year and a half ago and my PSA continues to decline now to almost 1.0 which I check every thre months.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003414217450 Almaa

        Smack-dab what I was loikong for-ty!

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        You put the lime in the ccoonut and drink the article up.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003414806541 Fhiea

        I think it’s a great idea! In fact, we have a health scenrnieg at work once a year all confidential and participation in it also means lower premiums for health insurance. While you could say that we’re being forced to do this the simple truth is that it’s a shot at finding that person who is borderline something and could lead to saved lives, saved time, and saved costs. We also have a retired doctor that visits twice a month and this has been so well received. So I think programs like these ARE good while for a healthy and fit person it might not do much if it leads to one life being saved, to one life even with a better quality of life it’s worth it

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003407093964 Marly

    I don’t know but I thought I’d just give some food-for-thought. I rebemmer reading about the actor Dirk Benedict using a macrobiotic diet to eliminate some tumor (don’t know the details and whether it’s similar to your mom’s in any way). I also rebemmer watching or reading something where mental imagery was being used with children to stall the growth of cancer. I’d use google.com to search for this and other stuff. Maybe look into other stuff that can’t hurt: e.g. holistic techniques, yoga, acupuncture, maybe even search for neurofeedback techniques? As long as something works (and doesn’t conflict with or divert you from researching things that may really be beneficial, why not?). Maybe check out holisticonline.com? And maybe look for any drugs that are being developed? For example, I’m doing a clinically-proven breathing technique ( resonant breathing’) for depression and panic disorder (researcher at robert wood johnson hospital in NJ has done the studies on it); maybe look for breathing techniques in yoga and other areas for cancer? Maybe use this in combination with other things mental imagery, diet changes, exercise, the other stuff you mentioned, etc.?Just thoughts that pop out I’d do a bunch of research using google. Email/call people if needed. Go onto online forums (e.g. google.groups, yahoo.groups) and get info. For example, I’m going to go to a hypnotherapist for the panic disorder stuff; I did a bunch of research by sending emails and calling a number of hypnotherapists to make sure I was getting someone who was good and not some snake-oil salesman. I’m also looking into acupuncture as well (for help w/ allergies and panic) and I did the same thing sent emails and phoned people with a bunch of questions (# of treatments, have they been successful treating what I have, etc.). I was able to get a good idea of who seemed good. And I’m using these things in combination with other stuff (therapy, diet, exercise and even medication). Sorry if this just sounds overwhelming or all over the place’ disregard if it does

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003413017493 Ydani

      If it is on initial stage Best way to get it opreetad I f it is on next even after operation u may have to go for chemo .now there are certain injection in market that will hold good for chemo Though the injection is costly but will serve problem . the patient will not have any side effect like loosing hair , vomiting etc.Injection will have to take every 2 months consult your surgeon wish u peaceful speeedy recovery to your dadAMEN

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      Wow! Talk about a posting knocikng my socks off!

    • http://www.facebook.com/ Tyanne

      It’s great to find somenoe so on the ball

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