Really win against cancer

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Cancer is not always going to win. We can fight with "outside the box" ideas and win.

My niece has been fighting and winning against a rare, low win rate (2%) cancer. She was stage 4 when she found out. Given less than a year to live. With chemo they added 3-6 months. She decided to fight another way.

Well, she has outlived the year and 1/2 hope given her from medical field if she took chemo...while these cancers continue to die from the blood vaccine that was made out of her own blood and the cancer cells. Her doctor re-introduced the blood to her and the cancer started falling off. This growth was sticking out of her chest when she started treatment. After first blood transfusion and a little while to work, 1/3 of the growth fell off. She does have to make/infuse these blood transfusions for 3 years every 4 months but it is truly a ray of hope for future cancer treatments.

Oh, the doctors that wanted to treat with chemo...they would not treat her if she was going to choose this route..but wanted to monitor her. Now the medical industry is wanting to do more research once they saw how successful she is.

I can't figure out how to share this information with you (I do have it on my facebook page if you want to go to it) June E Dean

or go to Health & Wellness Institute of Integrative Medicine and Cancer Research

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    I am coming to this blog 5 years after it was written. I hope your niece has survived the fight. And, if not, I hope the family has been comforted by her courage and pioneering spirit.

    I have a friend that chose not to follow the conventional wisdom suggested to treat her cancer. The oncologists were mortified. I believe that was 20 years ago. She's still with us.

    And, as you said, "Oh, the doctors that wanted to treat with chemo...they would not treat her if she was going to choose this route..but wanted to monitor her."

    1335 days ago
    Hey, darlin'!
    We are waiting to hear from you on the LC 50+ Ladies Team..... the Marching on Thread.
    Goodness, PLEASE share you bagel recipe!
    1986 days ago
    ty for sharing, your experiences, June.

    I lift you and yours in prayer.

    Blessings emoticon

    2606 days ago
  • GLC2009
    that's great news. i just started reading a book called knockout by suzanne somers. she interviews a bunch of doctors who are working with alternative therapies to fight cancer. i, like everyone else, know alot of people who have had cancer. most have succeeded winning the battle, but, sadly a few did not. i miss them all.
    2797 days ago
    Thank you for sharing. I have a friend who survived (so far) stage 3B breast cancer and I will pass this on to her. emoticon
    2797 days ago
    Amazing indeed! Sounds like the Good Lord has His Mighty Hand in her care. Will keep you and her in my prayers for her continued return to good health. *hugs* BB~
    3237 days ago
  • JILL313
    I'm am so glad your niece has beat the odds and is doing well. I'm going to pray for her and a cure to end this horrible disease. I know you are there for her and that has to really help her. Take Care of Yourself.


    3239 days ago
    Best wishes to your niece and all your family! Jeannie
    3240 days ago
    I am so glad your niece is winning the fight. It is a struggle for sure--and just a terrible disease. My grandmother, mother and I all had breast cancer. One of my daughter's has a high likelihood of developing ovarian cancer. She is 32 and has lost one ovary already. We just have to find a cure!
    I am so glad that the alternative therapy is working for your niece--the medical community needs to be more open minded about different treatments.
    Bless you and your family
    3240 days ago
    Our God is still in the miracle business. I've placed your neice before His Throne in prayer for continued healing.
    3240 days ago
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