Re: Cervical Cancer HELP! by ikota ..... Cancer Alternatives Support Forum
Date: 5/4/2007 3:31:41 PM ( 6 year ago)
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Do you have a history of yeast infection? If so - removing it may not be the answer. I'm saying this because I believe cancer has a lot to do with yeast and fungal infection. If you still have those problems going on - it's better to take care of them before the operation. Did you try Cesium therapy? Or are you just doing raw veggies and such? My concern before the operation was that I still had an active yeast infection and supplying it with a fresh operated site would be like giving it a field day. Unfortunately that's exactly what happened and the tumor was back. I'm back on Cesium therapy which is a way to buy you time basically while trying to deal with the underlying problem of cancer (low immunity due to whatever imbalance you have in the body). Now if you don't suspect any fungal or viral infections it would probably be a good idea to remove the growth and immediately post operation do all the cancer preventive treatments. You may consider ozone (very good since you can ozonate the site easily), Cesium therapy, herbal supplements and diet. If the doc isn't sure that he can remove the whole thing - then I'd say don't even bother. As for the friends saying that you're playing with your life, well the doctors do the very same thing. As my surgeon said speaking for the whole medical profession I believe: "in the case of cancer nobody knows for sure, but we can't just do nothing so we apply what we know". So there you have it - you either let doctors play with your life while you passively watch on or you can do your research and make your choices.
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