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My uncle was diagnosed with throat Cancer level 4, he is schedule to go into tre

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    Mai Martinezposted 7 years ago

    My uncle was diagnosed with throat Cancer level 4, he is schedule to go into treatment next...

    Friday, what do you suggest we could do? I have always thought that treating people with Chemo and Radiation is very harmful, I have seen and know people who have survived Cancer and the results are horrible, they might cure the cancer but in the process create something else, I still believe that there%u2019s got to be an alternative, please give me some Ideas, should he postpone the treatment? Tomorrow I will stop by the store and get all the ingredients you have mentioned to get him right away on the habanero and garlic, I will also get your book. Thank you and please any suggestion is more

  2. sofs profile image82
    sofsposted 7 years ago

    Please read about the graviola fruit ,  Garlic, turmeric are also helpful in cancer. Stop worrying give it to God and pray for him.

  3. wychic profile image88
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    At stage 4, he frankly doesn't really have the time to be fooling around with homeopathic cures and postponing treatment could be very quickly fatal. Cancer cells are already in his blood stream, and may already be invading lymph nodes and other organs...including the brain. My grandfather died four months after being diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer and decided to forgo treatment. With treatment, a 24-year-old man I know with stage 4 bone cancer died after nine months, but they also had not gotten in to the doctor until the tumor split his femur. At his age they had no reason to suspect that the pain he was experiencing had to do with cancer. Chemo has advanced to the point that it can now target only cancer cells, as opposed to outdated chemotherapy that killed healthy cells along with harmful ones. However, be aware that at stage 4 it is going to take fast and aggressive treatment to give him any hope of getting rid of it. People do survive it now, thanks to the advances in medicine, but without taking advantage of those advances he has little to no chance.

    1. Lisalovesred profile image60
      Lisalovesredposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree. It's a shame that he didn't get diagnosed at stage 1 or 2. At this point, he can only hope to prolong his life for a while and pray for a miracle. With faith, anything is possible.

 
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