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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

Postby Adalson » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:24 pm

This is definitely not something anyone should ever look forward to getting.
It is definitely life threatening and I have 5 friends that died of this in their 50's.
Lung cancer is definitely one type of CANCER that cannot be treated with chemotherapy at all.
It doesn't work.
If a doctor recommends this for your friend, it is to simply "Give him hope" nothing more.

The first thing I would do is call the burzinski clinic in Houston, Texas and have him speak with them.
He has a far better chance of survival using them for help than anyone.
Here's a good video for you and your friend to watch: http://www.naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=F5B32D...

Lung cancer survival rate from a study that showed ?Impact of cytotoxic chemotherapy on 5-year survival in American adults:" 20,741 cases ? absolute number of 5-year survivors due to chemotherapy 410 patients survived, giving a 2.0% survival rate for all patients.

good luck to you & your friend
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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

Postby shane » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:28 pm

Well, it ISN'T Good... And if He doesn't quit Smoking ( like NOW), he won't have to worry about celebrating the "Big 40" -someday !! :o
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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

Postby Floinn » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:31 pm

sorry to hear that...its really bad...the lung is the hardest to overcome a tumor. Look into nutritional supplements and see if any might help him.
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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

Postby winwodem7 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:32 pm

There are lots of common diseases which do not have may cure till date inspite of progress made by science. I am getting success with most of the common diseases with

the following.

Give up water and all other liquids for 24 hours. To avoid dehydration keep indoors.

On other days drink 1 glass of water 1 hour before each meal. The total water intake on these days should not be more than 3 glasses.

The reason and logic for the above in short is as under -

The cells of the human body are at the lowest level which produces energy. To produce energy cells burn glucose in presence of oxygen.

When there is more water in the cell then the energy producing capacity of the cell is significantly reduced. Reduced energy by the cells cause build up of water

outside the cells as well.

Continued less burning of glucose also causes accumulation of other items in the cell. That causes the cells to swell up.

This does not happen overnight.

There are various checks in the body to avoid build up of water in the cells. Like whenever there is change in temperature the body adjusts the amount of water that

cells carry. When this adjustments fails due to some reason the body tries various modes to get rid of the excess water - sinus, cold and cough, adrelin levels, water

reduction thru increased urine etc.

There are certain other complications that happen due to build up of excess water in the cells. One is build up of bacteria and infections in the body.

These bacteria or infections cause the increase in the body temperature. The increased temperature takes care of the situation.

What is the reason for cancer. Same. There are tumours in all kind of cancers. The tumours are caused due to cells not dieing. The reason for cells not dieing is cells

not producing enough energy and that prolongs their life cycle.

What is the cure for cancer. The cure for cancer and all other common ailments is same. I found that sinus, cold, cough, IBS, skin blood clots, slip disk, dry skin,

IBS, mouth ulcers etc can be cured effectively by giving up water and all other liquids for 24 hours to 48 hours. This has been tested on more than 50 persons so far.

Thru Yahoo Answers this same been tested on more than 100 people but I do not have conclusive proof of this. The cerainity with which relief is produced in 24 hours

gives enough hope for cancer cure.

Now what happens when there is excess water in the cells. That causes build up of excess water outside the cells. That causes pain in the entire body due to constant

excess weight on the cells. That also causes the inefections to build up. The antibodies causes the increase in body temperature.

For cancer patients I have no prior experience. Giving up water may cause muscles to break down. So one may start with 12 to 15 hours water fast.

Increase the water fast to 24 or more hours as one feels comfortable. Thirst is not any signal of dehydration. Staying in bed and water fasting every 4-5 days could

cure a person completely.
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Postby Esteban » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:34 pm

Lung cancer is a bad one.
My grandmas has it.
She was diagnosed three and a half years ago, and told she has one year to live.
But she's doing quite well, and in fact, hasn't had chemo in a year now.
She amazes even the doctor.

It's hard to say how this will affect your friend, but he cannot give up.
Not ever.
My grandma blames her success on the love and support of her family.
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We Just Found Out This Week That My Friend (who Is 35) Has Non Small Cell Lung Cancer ?

Postby kelvin » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:43 pm

Once your friend has surgery followed by chemo and radiation, he may not be able to work because he will be too weak.
Lung cancer is never good but, depending on if it is found early, can be treated successfully.
You can go to WebMd.com and type in lung cancer and read up on what he is going to go through as part of his treatment.
He is going to need support from family and friends as he does battle with this cancer.
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