Re: Adeno carcinoma [00698] Medicine On Line

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Re: Adeno carcinoma wrote:
> The following posting was on Sept.17.96  from C Kirkman
> >My father and my sister-in law have adenocarcinoma of the lung with
> >spread to the chest wall.  May father was told at diagnosis that
> >his was stage IV, but reading I have done since sounds more like
> >Stage 111A or B since it has not spread to lymph glands or bones or
> >any other organ.  My dad was diagnosed 18 months ago, my
> >sister-in-law 3 weeks ago.  They are both following an
> >alternative/nutrtitional regimen.  He has experienced no further
> >growth or spread in the 18 months since diagnosis and has regular
> >follow-up with oncologist to track it.  My sister-in-law is trying
> >the same methods since he has had such excellent results.  He feels
> >great, plenty of energy, works full time, walks 3 miles a day.  His
> >was in too large of area for surgery or radiation and chemo has a
> >VERY low response rate for this cell type.  That is why he went
> >this direction.  This requires a MAJOR lifestyle change for most
> >people, eating no meat and only whole foods, no refined sugar or
> >flour, and tons of supplements.  I am not saying this is a cure
> >my dad's original spots are still there, they have just not grown
> >or spread and he is confident they will eventually go away
> >completely.  I will be glad to share their plan with anyone who
> >wants it.
> >From
> Would very much appreciate your sharing their plan. Thanks in advance.
> ahiPlease e-mail me as to where I can assess more information on this diet 
as my dad has been diagnoised with this type of cancer in stage IV.

Many Thanks,

Stephen Kortz