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Published: 13 years ago

Very frustrated!

The more I look into treating cancer naturally, the more frustrated I get. I just read the cancertutor theory of cancer and I have a headache. So it appears the type of cancer one has is an important consideration of choosing cancer treatment. My mom has squamous cell carcinoma, which is one of the fastest spreading cancers. Acocrding to cancer tutor it spreads by way of microbes via the blood system. So in this type of cancer, it is especially important to kill microbes, which is done most effectively with the rife machine which I could never afford. What other efficient ways are there to kill microbes, anyone know? My mom has a lesion in her lung so I need to be weary of inflammation.

I was thinking collodial silver, which is on its way to my mom (in canada, which might take a while)?

I also just read something about selenium being effective in protecting against some cancers, but not the one my momn has. This particlar study suggests selenium is dangerous for those with squamous cell carcinoma. Here is the link:


Anyone have any opinions on that...Tony? I dont think selenium is a critical anticancer supplement so maybe better be safe than sorry?

This is scary because I am trying to help my mom through something I dont totally understand, and reading things like the above study really make me worry that I am suggesting potentially harmful things to my mom.....ugh!

Ok, any feeback is so appreciated. I also appreciate just having a place to vent, as noone around me really understands "alternative" health care.



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