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09-15-2016, 01:37 AM #496
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(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
brain
Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:39 am
by shadow4022

» 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:

http://www.hempoilhope.org/viewtopic.php?t=246

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.

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09-15-2016, 01:50 AM #497
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Hello Nigel,
I hope the pain in your leg is less bad; I have found with a lot of things, from burns to insect bites, you get the pain first, then the skin redness, so that sounds standard, but I wonder what is causing it and why only one side?

Still investigating. Findings so far: all the London hospitals worship the trinity of radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgery, with a few cutesy things like massage thrown in as a nod to the complementary medicine supporters. Any actual hospitals, with wards, offering *alternative* treatments, I could not find; and worse, they disapprove of them, and all seem to have the same attitude that you're meeting with now. In other words, it would not be worth moving! Well, in my opinion. My spirits fell the more I read.

Then you have the £££ Harley St places and private hospitals.
They tend to offer a lot of the 'new', glamorous treatments (not all of which would help in SCLC) like the Nanoknife etc.
If you were an outpatient, if you can somehow fight through this difficult bit and get home again, then surprisingly a lot of those treatments, such as hyperbaric oxygen, are inexpensive, something like £15 a session (is more expensive to visit the dentist!)

The more I read, the more convincing these two treatments are:
1, Hemp oil; there are so many accounts of it making cancer go into remission, that it can't be dismissed.

2. A strict dietary regime, eg, no sugar, lots of fresh fruit + veg, garlic, ginger, honey; the kind of stuff everybody 'knows' is good, even while reaching for a doughnut. :-) (As an aside, though I'm healthy anyway, I gradually changed my diet over time. Five years ago, I still ate frozen pizzas, ice cream, etc. Today I eat mainly fruit, nuts, pasta, nothing frozen, hardly anything with preservatives in, etc; and it really makes a difference. If I eat even a tiny amount of processed food, I look and feel pale and sluggish, instantly. My point is, with the diet thing, I've noticed that it's not about what you eat, like adding 5 apples a day to a diet of burgers, it's what you *don't* eat, that makes the difference!

In your situation, I would keep fighting, tune out the apathetic attitude of the staff here, and distract myself by vividly visualising myself well and healthy again. (Eg, daydream of phoning someone and telling them how, back in 2016, you fought cancer and survived; picture the covers of your published books; act As If this has already happened). Then as soon as you feel well enough to eat, stay rigidly to a diet regime; and carry on with the oil.

You've probably already read this, but if not, it's good.

http://www.canceractive.com/cancer-activ...spx?n=2656


I know you know about and were using the apricot kernels already last month, I just thought this was a useful site:


http://www.anticancerinfo.co.uk/kernel_of_hope.html
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09-15-2016, 01:54 AM #498
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(09-15-2016, 01:32 AM)NODOOM Wrote:  Just a quick update on the leg problem.

I now have a rash developing in 2 places on the foot one on the top just below the far right toes. The other on the left not far from the start of the heel. It seems that this is a fast developing issue and certainly has me worried,

Sorry to hear that Nigel. I tried to find something about that, but I am sure you have already done the same. I could find for example this:

http://www.medicinenet.com/leg_swelling/symptoms.htm

But we al tend to become medical experts through Google and i don't pretend to know anything. I just hope they find and tell you what that causes. At least good that the sodium level is one notch up. Every little thing helps.

I looked for medical centers in and around London and found two, that look interestting, again from my non medical background:

http://careoncologyclinic.com/
http://www.wimbledonclinic.co.uk/

Sending best thoughts and hoping you can find some sleep tonight.
09-15-2016, 02:25 AM #499
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(09-15-2016, 01:50 AM)Arcturian Wrote:  Hello Nigel,
I hope the pain in your leg is less bad; I have found with a lot of things, from burns to insect bites, you get the pain first, then the skin redness, so that sounds standard, but I wonder what is causing it and why only one side?

Still investigating. Findings so far: all the London hospitals worship the trinity of radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgery, with a few cutesy things like massage thrown in as a nod to the complementary medicine supporters. Any actual hospitals, with wards, offering *alternative* treatments, I could not find; and worse, they disapprove of them, and all seem to have the same attitude that you're meeting with now. In other words, it would not be worth moving! Well, in my opinion. My spirits fell the more I read.

Then you have the £££ Harley St places and private hospitals.
They tend to offer a lot of the 'new', glamorous treatments (not all of which would help in SCLC) like the Nanoknife etc.
If you were an outpatient, if you can somehow fight through this difficult bit and get home again, then surprisingly a lot of those treatments, such as hyperbaric oxygen, are inexpensive, something like £15 a session (is more expensive to visit the dentist!)

The more I read, the more convincing these two treatments are:
1, Hemp oil; there are so many accounts of it making cancer go into remission, that it can't be dismissed.

2. A strict dietary regime, eg, no sugar, lots of fresh fruit + veg, garlic, ginger, honey; the kind of stuff everybody 'knows' is good, even while reaching for a doughnut. :-) (As an aside, though I'm healthy anyway, I gradually changed my diet over time. Five years ago, I still ate frozen pizzas, ice cream, etc. Today I eat mainly fruit, nuts, pasta, nothing frozen, hardly anything with preservatives in, etc; and it really makes a difference. If I eat even a tiny amount of processed food, I look and feel pale and sluggish, instantly. My point is, with the diet thing, I've noticed that it's not about what you eat, like adding 5 apples a day to a diet of burgers, it's what you *don't* eat, that makes the difference!

In your situation, I would keep fighting, tune out the apathetic attitude of the staff here, and distract myself by vividly visualising myself well and healthy again. (Eg, daydream of phoning someone and telling them how, back in 2016, you fought cancer and survived; picture the covers of your published books; act As If this has already happened). Then as soon as you feel well enough to eat, stay rigidly to a diet regime; and carry on with the oil.

You've probably already read this, but if not, it's good.

http://www.canceractive.com/cancer-activ...spx?n=2656


I know you know about and were using the apricot kernels already last month, I just thought this was a useful site:


http://www.anticancerinfo.co.uk/kernel_of_hope.html

Yep they are expensive which is why I have a "go fund me" page set up by friends to assist with the expenses.

https://www.gofundme.com/2jpajng?rcid=0f...764e065880

The 2 websites you link to the first regularly visit for further study.
The second is new to me and pleased to read the information on it considering I have been using the apricot kernels for a while now.

Thank you for the info.
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09-15-2016, 04:05 AM #500
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(09-14-2016, 06:41 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  The doctors have finally turned up. The sodium level is slightly up at 21 a good sign.

They will give me an MRI scan and see what that tells them. They are thinking it is a pinched nerve in the spine.

Good to hear the sodium level is creeping its way back up. : )

When will they be doing the MRI? Have you already had it done?

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09-15-2016, 04:09 AM #501
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(09-14-2016, 10:18 PM)Arcturian Wrote:  OK, I'll get on it.
I know your entire care history in a way that would probably stun the medical staff, as I was on the Other Thread from day one. :)
From what I've gleaned so far, you have to be referred by whoever's in charge of your care now, but I bet that could be done. (If they refused, you could just become so obnoxious that they start viewing the idea of your leaving favourably). chuckle.gif
Could the rest of you help search, too? (I'm on a tiny moblile phone, that balks at some websites if they use java). London area.

Will check in later, OK.

I'll try to help out with this!

I might not be much help tonight as I had a procedure done today and don't feel so great, but I'll get on it as soon as possible. : )

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09-15-2016, 08:01 AM #502
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(09-15-2016, 04:05 AM)S27 Wrote:  
(09-14-2016, 06:41 PM)NODOOM Wrote:  The doctors have finally turned up. The sodium level is slightly up at 21 a good sign.

They will give me an MRI scan and see what that tells them. They are thinking it is a pinched nerve in the spine.

Good to hear the sodium level is creeping its way back up. : )

When will they be doing the MRI? Have you already had it done?

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(09-15-2016, 04:09 AM)S27 Wrote:  
(09-14-2016, 10:18 PM)Arcturian Wrote:  OK, I'll get on it.
I know your entire care history in a way that would probably stun the medical staff, as I was on the Other Thread from day one. :)
From what I've gleaned so far, you have to be referred by whoever's in charge of your care now, but I bet that could be done. (If they refused, you could just become so obnoxious that they start viewing the idea of your leaving favourably). chuckle.gif
Could the rest of you help search, too? (I'm on a tiny moblile phone, that balks at some websites if they use java). London area.

Will check in later, OK.

I'll try to help out with this!

I might not be much help tonight as I had a procedure done today and don't feel so great, but I'll get on it as soon as possible. : )

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They will do the MRI scan later today along with an ultrasound to check for blood clots.

Thanks for your help in the search but I don't expect anyone to have much luck as this is England and they do a lot of frowning about anything not Chemo.

Have a great day Tara.

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09-15-2016, 10:28 AM #503
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Good morning NIgel

The problem with all the state hospitals they don't want to hear about anything alternative theyalways push on big pharma and chems. I believe the state are getting money from pharmaceutical companies to push for their poison.

Chem means Billions. Look at Bayer taking in Monsanto.
They are all criminals. I bet their Big Wigs don't even use chems if they get seriously sick. I am sure they all use alternative treatments. Hypocrits.

Sorry to hear about the rash on your leg. You certainly didn't need this on top of everything else. Seems you had enough already as it is.

Could be a reaction to something. Have they given you any new products to take? Is the pain in the leg still the same?

At least they have made a move sending you for a MRI scan.

I hope your 21 sodium level will stay even.
Will be waiting for more updates from you.
09-15-2016, 10:58 AM #504
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Alex Zanardi.

This should make us all think.
http://wtf1.co.uk/zanardi-wins-third-par...old-medal/

The Italian had both his legs amputated above the knee in a crash at the American Memorial race at EuroSpeedway Lausitz that occurred 15 years ago tomorrow.

Since his accident he’s found a new career in hand-cycling. Zanardi won the H4 time trial and road race at London 2012 and today won the H5 class time trial with a time of 28 minutes and 36.81 seconds to grab his third Paralympic gold.
09-15-2016, 07:06 PM #505
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Major update:

I have been given the results of today's blood tests.

Sodium level is up dramatically to 28!

Platelets are at 272,000.

Result of ultrasound on left leg. No blood clot or other vein abnormality. That therefore remains a mystery. They are now looking at the drug chart as I have had a lot of changes and adjustments to the meds in the last few days. There could be some reaction to one of those.

I hope they find the root of the problem as it is becoming more of n issue every day. Today the rash is more widespread and in many more places than before.

The idea is that if the sodium does not drop or go very high quickly tomorrow then there will be no reason not to consider discharging me home. The best news I want to hear.

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09-15-2016, 07:44 PM #506
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Oh wow, brilliant!!!! (You actually sound better, too).
Fantastic, that platelet count! Now if they can just work out what the rash is on the leg and foot. My first thought too, was a reaction to something.
Praying hard for it to heal!
09-15-2016, 08:03 PM #507
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I am so happy for you and I hope your health continues towards the positive.
09-15-2016, 08:18 PM #508
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(09-15-2016, 07:44 PM)Arcturian Wrote:  Oh wow, brilliant!!!! (You actually sound better, too).
Fantastic, that platelet count! Now if they can just work out what the rash is on the leg and foot. My first thought too, was a reaction to something.
Praying hard for it to heal!

Thankyou for your prayers. They do work and have proven to work on so many occasions during my fight.

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09-15-2016, 08:24 PM #509
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(09-15-2016, 08:03 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  I am so happy for you and I hope your health continues towards the positive.

Thank you. I think I never stop to amaze them. Wait til I get home. I will have a team visiting me at home at least twice everyday. One in the morning to take the daily blood tests. That is I think when they are going to get truly amazed. When I start to get my strict diet ging and the results start showing in such a big way a difference for the better.

But of course they will try putting it down to the Chemo lol Fools be they.

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09-15-2016, 08:58 PM #510
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I know you must be thoroughly fed up by now of so many people suggesting a head-spinning number of things: 'Do this! Use that! Eat this!' - but I had an idea. When you get home, how about having a biodynamic fruit + veg box delivered weekly??
There's supermarket food, then there's organic food, then there's biodynamic food. You can FEEL how much energy it's giving you, if you taste some, you'll see what I mean.
When I lived in London I used to go all the way to Hackney from Clapham to buy it from a little shop there (not that I could afford much more than a bag of apples and some carrots! :), it's the healthiest fresh food you can buy, and tastes wonderful. That shop closed down after a while. But, there are now veg box delivery schemes, you order a box online (contents vary with what's seasonal) and they deliver it next morning, most people order a box online once a week. It's only about £12 a box, delivery is free!

If you get a juicer (maybe out of your fund?), then even when you don't fancy eating or cooking, you can bung *anything* in a juicer.
This is definitely what I would do.

So, in case you're interested in that, I was looking up biodynamic veg box schemes, but realised that although the hospital's in Woolwich, I don't know what part of London you live in. Are you east, west, and north or south of the river? (Different outlying farms deliver to different areas). If you're interested, just tell me what borough, and I'll find a list of websites of biodynamic farms that deliver to your area. Even if you can't be bothered right now, you could just keep it for future reference?



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