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Is Bone Cancer Cureable?? How Many Percent??

Postby Fallon » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:23 am

My girlfriend has a bonecancer and suffers from pain all the time.. i dont know what to do.. she's only 24 yrs. old.. pls help me..
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Is Bone Cancer Cureable?? How Many Percent??

Postby Hamilton » Tue Dec 20, 2016 8:58 am

Hi Adrian,

Yours and your girlfriend's pain is palpable.

First the sobering news: If one relies on FDA-approved cancer treatments, the treatments are often drastic with serious and durable deleterious effects. For instance, if you want to raise a family, the treatments might preclude it.

That's why I didn't rely on the usual treatments. I used habeneros peppers, freshly grated garlic, and emulsified fish oil. If I'd been losing weight, I would have used evening primrose oil in place of the fish oil.

My Stage 4 cancer went away in two weeks. That was nine years ago. There were no side effects other than eyes watering for a few minutes, and hyperventilating for a couple minutes. The heavy breathing was a good thing because it gets the lymph pumping.

Good luck.

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Is Bone Cancer Cureable?? How Many Percent??

Postby Hereward » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:58 pm

What type of bone cancer does she have. Is this a primary or secondary cancer? Much will depend on the type of bone cancer, stage of disease, grade of tumor, her overall health, and her response to treatment. Bone cancer is treatable, and successful treatment can lead to a remission. The longer a patient stays in remission the more likely that they have effected a cure.

Try not to worry about statistics or percentages.
Basically those figures mean very little to individual patients as everyone can respond to treatment differently.

It might help to join a support group or search for information online. Research and learn as much about her cancer as possible. Talk to others with the disease to find out the best possible treatment. Help her stay focused during this fight.

Medline Plus: Bone Cancer http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/bonec...

NCI: Bone Cancer http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/types...

ACS: Bone Cancer http://www.cancer.org/docroot/cri/conten...

NCCN: Clinical Guidelines for Treatment of Bone Cancer http://www.nccn.org/professionals/physic...
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