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    Of course I'm expressing my personal point of view, as a cancer patient and as a thinking person. Not a medic, just a lucky one that made it through TC. Please take a look at the following:



    Welcome to The Moss Report Since 1974, The Moss Report has been the world's #1 source for unbiased, independently researched, cancer information. The Moss Report features


    and many, many, many more.

    How is it possibile?

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    R.M. a patient and "testimonial":
    quoting:

    "In April of 1989, my hip began to hurt so much that it was difficult for me to walk. I finally had some x rays done. Bad news - prostate cancer metastasized to the bone.
    I went to Stanford University. They prescribed radiation treatments, which I took for 7½ weeks - 5 days a week. My PSA count fell from over 400 to about 5.4. Ten months later the count started going up. I began coughing up blood and had a CAT scan performed on my lungs. The report indicated classic distribution lesions of metastasized cancer in my lungs.
    I was then told they were sorry; this was Stage IV cancer and nothing could be done, but to make me as comfortable as possible. I was told I had 4 to 6 months of productive living, at most, and 2 years to live; and I would be bedridden and in a lot of pain.
    A friend told me about Hospital XXX and I viewed their videos and read Wholistic Cancer Therapy. My wife and I prayed and it seemed everything fell into place; my wife took time off work and we went to Hospital XXX".
    After 10 days of treatment, my pain was nearly gone and x rays showed the cessation of cancer activity in my lungs. After 21 days of treatment, I left Hospital XXX and went home. About one month later, I had the same series of tests performed in the US and all tests showed no sign of active cancer."
    For years following my treatment at Hospital XXX, I maintained my job as a logging truck driver, in addition to running a part time business. In the spring of 1990, 1 had hip replacement surgery because of damage from the radiation therapy I had before I went to Hospital Santa Monica. I am still working part time and remain cancer free today."

    GREAT NEWS!!!

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    • #3
      It's public, it's on the internet:



      and i quote: "CANCER PROGRAM Dr. Donsbach's Ten Day Wholistic Cancer Therapy, offering 10 full days of treatment"

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      • #4
        I moved this thread from the Research Library forum to The Ballroom, where others may weigh in. We should all be very skeptical of miracle cures.
        Scott, [email protected]
        right inguinal orchiectomy 6/5/2003 > nonseminoma, stage I > surveillance > L-RPLND 6/24/2005 for recurrence, suspected teratoma but found seminoma, stage II > chylous ascites until 9/2005 > surveillance and "all clear" since


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        • #5
          Everytime these issues come up I'm tempted to delete the thread. I have nothing against risking my own life for a miracle cure but when it appears here I'm always afarid that it will seem we are condoning it. Just my 2 cents (I just realized that the cent sign is gone from the keyboard) for the public to see.
          Son Jason diagnosed 4/30/04, stage III. Right I/O 4/30/04. Graduated College 5/13/04. 4XEP 6/7/04 - 8/13/04. Full open RPLND 10/13/04. All Clear since.

          Treated by Dr. Rakowski of Midland Park, NJ. Visited Sloan Kettering for protocol advice. RPLND done at Sloan Kettering.

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          • #6
            To me this type of hype is heartbreaking. The ones who fall for this are so desperate for help that they will do anything. It reminds me of the lovely Sylvia Brown and the money she makes telling people all about their loved ones "making it to the other side". These people are so heart broken that they will do anything to hear this or pay anything for the possibility of a cure or just a few more years.

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            • #7
              I thought it was clear that my thread is sarcastic.
              I find it incredible that there is nothing to do to clean the field from these miserable people that speculate on others sufferings.
              I am disgusted seeing how people make profit with the desperation of other human beings, and (but this is my personal thought) saying "good luck" to those who are in the situation that need to adopt "non conventional" treatments, is not the right way neither to try to cure these people, neither to stop this "looting".

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              • #8
                Sarcasm can be really hard to interpret in a forum posting, so I'm glad you cleared up what you meant.

                This ties back, of course, to this thread, in which several of us took no real position on Neal's plan and only wished Neal and Kim good luck.

                I really struggle with this situation. I'm extremely skeptical, but I have no hard evidence one way or the other. I spent a good half hour using Google to try to find definitive answers, but I only found more questions.

                Would I take that route? No, I'd go with a clinical trial.
                Scott, [email protected]
                right inguinal orchiectomy 6/5/2003 > nonseminoma, stage I > surveillance > L-RPLND 6/24/2005 for recurrence, suspected teratoma but found seminoma, stage II > chylous ascites until 9/2005 > surveillance and "all clear" since


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                • #9
                  I realize this may not be popular, but I have knowledge of two people who have outlived the doctors expectations by augmenting their treatment with complementary practices. One was a friend of the family who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 1983. He was given 6 weeks to live. He went to Mexico and began an extreme juicing regimen. Also likely he was doing the coffee enemas, which are part of the detox therapy recommended by Gerson and others. This person went on to live for eight more years. The other is my aunt, who after a recurrance of cervical cancer had a radical hysterectomy. The doctor suggested chemo, but she declined and instead took on a major juicing program. She is fine today. I know this stuff seems out there, but it does have some merit.

                  Just my opinion.

                  Leanne

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                  • #10
                    I sure do love juice...

                    what kind was it..orange or apple


                    kidding
                    the youngin'

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