Re: [MOL] Buyer Beware! Editorial from a friend.... [00074] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] Buyer Beware! Editorial from a friend....

Very well said my friend.  There are too many people out there that would gladly accept your hard earned money on a product the would produce no results.  I think I am one of the knuckleheads that bought into some of the miracle drug stuff.  Have you ever heard of Noni Juice?  It had alot of rave reviews on it but I myself have not seen any changes since I started taking it.  $50.00 a bottle - one month supply.  When you think of what you pay for other medications this is just a drop in the bucket except for the fact if it is just a placebo.
Also, I would be much appreciative if you could send me the info on the SRS or Missile Therapy for brain cancer. 
I am late in reponding to your response because my computer was in the shop for a few days. 
Hope everything is well with you and your family.   
Thanks Jo
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From: lillian jennings <>
To: M <>
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 8:31 AM
Subject: [MOL] Buyer Beware! Editorial from a friend....

I believe that some alternative therapies are beneficial to our desease and work well with traditional therapies.  However; before I would enter any program, or use an alternative therapy, I would walk in the wind of caution. 
The MD. Anderson site show's the trials and results to alternative therapies and also list some 10 other hospitals that are doing alternative therapy trials.  There is also the Dr. Quack site that has some opinions on various alternative therapies and they are not all negative.  Infact it gives quite a bit of very valuable information. 
 Yes, the arugment lends that if some one believes it will cure them, then so be it; but I would stand on the side that would say "why not an alternative that helps, it is just as easy to believe in?"  As a two time cancer survivor and not as young as I used to be, I have seen many fad alternatives come and go. 
There is mega money to be made in alternative as there is in traditional therapies.  We can not permit ourselves to be nieve, we must educate ourselves and not count on others to do it for us.  We must also realize that what works for one, may well not work for another. 
 I agree that when we are put into a situation where our lives or our love one's life is in danger, that we tend to grasp at straws.  To try anything to make this all work out to our wills, we are desperate; this is understandable.  However; I beg you to educate yourselves before going into anything blindly.  I ask each and every person on this journey to do this and in doing so, I ask you out of love as a fellow cancer friend. lillian