Re: [MOL] Kim [00739] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Kim



Hi Kim!

Every person who is has cancer should get a second opinion; however there
are lots of different types of cancer and lots of different types of cancer
cells; so it could be that she has a slow growing cancer in the liver, this
is done by tumor markers (blood work) and the freezing looks promising.
Chemo, does weaken the immune system; so if she takes reg. vit. essecic tea,
Vit. E and Milk Thistle (clenses the liver) she should so all right; however
it is important that she ask her Doctors permission to use these.  Good luck
now and let me know if I may help your further, your friend, lillian
-----Original Message-----
From: Kimba702@AOL.COM <Kimba702@AOL.COM>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Thursday, January 07, 1999 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Kim


>Lillian,
>
>Her doctor thinks its best to finish the breast cancer treatment first --
one
>more round of chem today and one at the end of the month and then
radiation.
>After that he wants to try freezing the tumors in her liver.  I'm just
>concerned that the chemo and radiation will weaken her body and allow the
>cancer in her liver to grow faster.  Her doctors keep telling her that the
>liver in her cancer is moving very slow and has probably been there for
some
>time.   I wanted her to see another doctor to get a second opinion about
her
>treatment options but she is very happy with her doctor.  I'm not so sure
>about him.  So, I am trying to become as informed as possible about the
>alternatives.  There is a lot of information out there about cancer in
>general.  But not much for people in her situation.  I've read a little bit
>about alternative nutrional therapy.  I was hoping that some of  the MOLERS
>might have tried Macroboitics and be able to share their experience with
me.
>
>Kim
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