(09-14-2016, 11:10 PM)Arcturian Wrote: Yes, I am having to add "inpatients" to the search terms, as so many sound great, but turn out to be clinics, basically.
Nigel, while looking, I stumbled upon this by accident, and thought you might find it interesting.
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Small cell lung cancer/met to
Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:39 am
» Fri Jun 08,
2012 7:43 am
Hi just wanted to let people know not to give up. Doctors said 2 years ago that i would probably have 2 months to a couple of years to live if i'am lucky.Well 2 years and 3 months later I have a remarkable story of complete remission. Went through chemo and rad. at first then had a met to the brain underwent the gamma knife to blast the tumor in the brain. Had my second mri of the brain and third pet scan since the start of this and today complete remission. Nothing showed up at all. I have been on hemp oil for 3+ months taking it 3 times a day and i also juice veggies daily and no sugars and very little red meat maybe once every week or so but its meat from our local farmers angus cows that are mostly grass fed except for when there is no grass then he has to use his own grain. We live in Florida so we mostly have grass year round.
Just want to thank Justin and Christen for all there help to get me where i am today. I will continue the regime the rest of my life. By the way I'm, a 64 year old in great health and shape other than the cancer. Will continue to update all on my progress. Forgot to mention i had small cell lung cancer which is not operable.
Today i walk, ride my bike and take care of my pool on a daily basis. Also thinking of getting a part time job that's how good I feel. Hope this will help someone out there.
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It was on here:
Now that's an interesting website I have bookmarked it for future visits.
The cannabis oil I have been using for a while now. I will continue to do this. The sugar intake i need to monitor closely and control. The juice is difficult while I am here in the hospital, But I will see what I can do.
Thank you for this information, very usefull.