Re: [MOL] Sharon Reply [01022] Medicine On Line


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Well, at least we see that there is no discrimination between men and women
on our forum..  ROFLOL!  Your daughter got us all good and I say good for
her.  Maintaing a sense of humor throughout the journey is very good for our
hearts.  One thing though, your daughter needs to be told that I will be
laying low for her - Paybacks are fun!  There are some really good products
out there that will build your immune system and they are natural.  Yes, the
greens; etc. are all good; but for some reason since cancer falls into the
immune disorder category is is good to compliment with alternatives.    I
take Vit E to cleanse the liver, Milk Thistle, soy and tufu to build the
immune, Vit. C and getting ready to start on Vit B and K.  Good luck and
welcome.  Your friend, lillian

-----Original Message-----
From: John Smith <crozbud@napanet.net>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 11, 1999 7:30 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] tumor marker increase/reply


>hi Lillian-
>i'm actually Sharon -- John Smith is a trick my daughter played on me when
she
>downloaded the new version of Netscape for me.
>
> had breast cancer, actually a recurrence after 10 years. I'm find, have
been
>under a lot of stress which i'm in process of clearing up. I am getting a
CT
>scan next week and if that's all clear, have an appointment in 3 months
>(routine).
>
>For my immune system, i'm attempting to eat greener, less meat, lots of
>vitamins, and keep nice people around. I like it here.
>
>Thanks for your response. It gave me a way to "hold" the tumor marker
>information in a positive attitude sort of way.
>
>--sharon
>
>Lillian wrote:
>
>> Hi John !  Got a chuckle out of your message, we don't have anyone in
charge
>> around here, we just have wonderful people on this forum who all lend a
hand
>> in helping, each in their own way.  Glad you joined us.
>>
>> Tumor markers are only a guide, there are many things that can throw a
tumor
>> marker off, smoking, stress; etc.  You are still with-in the normal
range;
>> but I am sure your doctor will keep a close eye on the markers to see
what
>> they are doing.  I would think he would want to check with-in the next
>> couple of months.  What type of cancer did you have?  I hope your
treatment
>> went okay for you and that your feeling good now.  Do you do anything
>> special for your immune system?
>>
>> Take care friend, not to worry just yet.... lillian
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: John Smith <crozbud@napanet.net>
>> To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
>> Date: Monday, May 10, 1999 6:20 PM
>> Subject: [MOL] tumor marker increase
>>
>> >i am about 8 months post treatment and have an increase in tumor marker
>> >count (low of 16, currently 24)
>> >does this necessarily mean increased tumor activity?
>> >could this be just sloughing of the old tumor material?
>> >am i dreaming?
>> >allright, who's in charge around here anyway...
>> >
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