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I need your input on this please.
05-06-2008, 03:41 AM,
#1
I need your input on this please.
There is a guy on the Lymphoma Board that says he has a brother dieing with the same Non Hodgkins Lymphoma I have. According to his question, all conventional therapy has failed and he wants to know doctors and/or treatments available out there that might save him. He is the problem, his email is cdc.gov address. Should I tell him what I have found that works for me? Cancer is their cash cow, could he be trolling?
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05-06-2008, 10:13 AM,
#2
I need your input on this please.
The government doesn't need to recruit email agents to know what is happening in the alternative medicine world. Since they already know the cure(s) and the cause(s) what could they hope to gain but to maybe entrap
someone selling something or yank a 'good' doctor's license....
I would say share. I think we are morally bound to offer help when we can.
Besides, would they be so stupid as to give their agent an email of .gov?

Best wishes and swift victory over your ills.
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05-06-2008, 03:02 PM,
#3
I need your input on this please.
Quote:There is a guy on the Lymphoma Board that says he has a brother dieing with the same Non Hodgkins Lymphoma I have. According to his question, all conventional therapy has failed and he wants to know doctors and/or treatments available out there that might save him. He is the problem, his email is cdc.gov address. Should I tell him what I have found that works for me? Cancer is their cash cow, could he be trolling?

I doubt he'd be trolling for something like that...unless you got some secret cure or something to that effect.

On another note...have you posted what that is here? Ive got a friend of mine that has the same cancer...he's doing well right now, but its always good to have a good grasp on alternatives.
Im curious.
"Listen to everyone, read everything, believe nothing unless you can prove it in your own research"
~William Cooper

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05-07-2008, 03:03 AM,
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I need your input on this please.
Quote:
Quote:There is a guy on the Lymphoma Board that says he has a brother dieing with the same Non Hodgkins Lymphoma I have. According to his question, all conventional therapy has failed and he wants to know doctors and/or treatments available out there that might save him. He is the problem, his email is cdc.gov address. Should I tell him what I have found that works for me? Cancer is their cash cow, could he be trolling?

I doubt he'd be trolling for something like that...unless you got some secret cure or something to that effect.

On another note...have you posted what that is here? Ive got a friend of mine that has the same cancer...he's doing well right now, but its always good to have a good grasp on alternatives.
Im curious.

Thanks guys, I took the advice and emailed him.


I think I have, then again, maybe not. Recently I ran out of something I had not thought made a big difference in the NHL, but apparently I was wrong. Curcumin, prefferably with Tumeric and Bioperine. Mine became worse and painful again. Within about a week, between that and sun, we're working back on manageable. I did break down and do a few NBUVB treatments, but it really had little effect, except for watching my body smoke. lol. I also do about 1500 mg of Vit C. I also use Graviola, I'm told PawPaw is a little better. Then again, mine does better with sunlight. Even though mine is in my T Cells, I maintain my immunity. Eassic Tea, I used for a while, also good stuff but brew you're own, ready mixed has acholo in it, defeats the purpose.


Then diet. I love meat, but all meat is acidic, I either limit the amount I eat, or stop all together when it advances. Soft drinks, 8 oz can cans 3- 8 oz glasses of water to flush out acidity, beer is something like 21. I drink soft drinks, not beer or anything fermented. We grow and raise estimated about 90% of what we eat, maybe more, junk food does get in the way sometimes. I try and not eat out either. No pain killers, no anything else that alters anything, unless it's for heart or stroke.


Different combinations work on people differently. There is Cesium, B-17 (done B-17 for a while), and others that are pretty much 100%, if one is willing to adhere to diet. There is also something in the ocean water and sunlight that almost placed mine in remission once after a failed chemo that almost took me out. There are some great sites, and then there are some sites full of it. Mine is slow but sure, then again, with effort, and if one hasn't been killed my conventional medicine, all are actually cureable. As long as mine is tollerable, I like testing some of the natural treatments. If they work, I note it, if not I note that too, either way, I test another and move on.
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05-07-2008, 02:25 PM,
#5
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Thanks for that hilly, much appreciated.
And may God bless you and your family, going through that is tough work...as if there aint enough hurdles in our lives already.
"Listen to everyone, read everything, believe nothing unless you can prove it in your own research"
~William Cooper

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05-07-2008, 10:13 PM,
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Hope that doesn't come back to bite you.
I would have said to let them find the info, just like you did. It's all here on the web after all.
CDC has access to the same info as you and I, plus more.

Why wouldn't they use a different email, like the one they have at home, (certainly cdc employees earn enough to have internet access at home) instead of an email that is job related / for work ???
Lots of jobs wont even allow this type of personal mail going on at work,
- very strange indeed. :suspicious:

Lots of different reasons for "trolling" or gathering info from or on people.
&Alice laughed, &There's no use trying,& she said: &one can't believe impossible things.& &I daresay you haven't had much practice,& said the Queen. &When I was your age I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.&
- Lewis Carroll

&Things are seldom as they seem ... Skim milk masquerades as cream.&
- Gilbert and Sullivan (Pinafore)

At NASA, it really is rocket science, and the decision makers really are rocket scientists.
But a body of research that is getting more and more attention points to the ways that smart people working collectively can be dumber than the sum of their parts. .. Irwin Janis? &Groupthink:& is a mode of thinking that people engage in when they are deeply involved in a cohesive in-group, when the members' striving for unanimity override realistic appraisals ? It is the triumph of concurrence over good sense, and authority over expertise.&
-John Schwartz & Matthew L. Wade
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05-08-2008, 03:29 AM,
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SiLVa, Thanks. It usually isn't so bad, and if it wins, it only wins in the physical sense, and that means nothing in the end. I've seen what comes next and am ready to go back whenever the time comes. Tell your friend that there is always hope and so very many things God has provided for us to heal ourselves. In my thoughts, I live with cancer instead of dieing with it, and as long as it doesn't rule me, I'm ahead. I play with it out of curosity, what better guinea pig than myself. lol.


Jack, thought that out, then again, there is a part of me that could not turn away, I think I just needed encouragement. I'm sure that with their technology, they could take my email and link it to Vanderbilt Hospital, even though I quit going last year. I would have quit sooner, but needed their release to rebuild the shoulder, plus their bloodwork is a bit more extensive than my cardiologist. Then again, once I found what they looked at, I just have the cardiac dr look at the same, when I go. 3 times in 3 years, once to avert another heart attack, and a couple of caths after that. I openly attack the CDC, ACS, FDA and pretty much the lot of them on my site. We will see what he does with it. As a human being, I think I have to take a chance, just in case he is real.
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