Re: [MOL] weight loss antidote [02435] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] weight loss antidote



At 08:55 AM 12/27/97 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi, everybody.
>
>It's my turn!  My brother had that Radical Pneumonectomy on November 25th
>and has lost 35 lbs. since then.  In other ways, he is doing AWESOME!  I
>couldn't have imagined that less than a month later, he would be walking 1 -
>2 miles/day and driving!  He does still have pain and is tired, also, but my
>biggest concern, at this point, is his lack of appetite.  I realize that the
>10 days he was in the hospital and wasn't eating alot decreased the size of
>his stomach, but even now, alot of times smells and the sight of food makes
>him nauseous.  How much of that do you suppose is attributed to pain meds?
>He is a big man, anyway (about 6'2" and started out about 227 lbs), but now
>he really looks thin. His frame is so large.  I know that he still is not at
>a dangerous weight, but what really worries me is that Chemo starts in a
>week or so......and probably 3 or 4 cycles and then radiation.  
>
>Any input?
>
>Lisa
>

Dear Lisa,

My only input is a Chinese natural herbal medicine that increases appetite
and neutralize chemo side effects. It also shrinks tumor.

regards,
Manny

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