Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular 
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 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular


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>> My father was diagnosed in November 1997 after finding a lump under his
arm
>> that was removed, then later found to be cancerous.

>> He has never been ill, and is feeling just fine now. He is taking chemo
pills
>> and during a check up in Feb. they could not find any sign of the cancer.

>> However, I have read and been told that this is not very likely to last
for
>> ever and that he will most likely become ill at some stage.

>> My question is:
>> Could the cancer have disappeared for good, or is this not likely?

>> Any comments would be appreicated?

>> Thanks in advance
>> I also am a survivor of lymphoma with a different method. I ate nothing
but

>fruit for 2 years this will give your cells good cooking.net">food so they can grow
>healthy and control the anarobic bacteria which all people have in there
>body.  If the immune system is strong enough than it will keep the bad
>bacteria under control. If your father didn't change something in his life
>style than most likley it will return. I whould suggest never eat another
>bite of meat of any kind!!!

Noy only are you a total loonie, you're a very irresponsible loonie.


Tue, 18 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular


Quote:


>> My father was diagnosed in November 1997 after finding a lump under his arm
>> that was removed, then later found to be cancerous.

>> He has never been ill, and is feeling just fine now. He is taking chemo pills
>> and during a check up in Feb. they could not find any sign of the cancer.

>> However, I have read and been told that this is not very likely to last for
>> ever and that he will most likely become ill at some stage.

>> My question is:
>> Could the cancer have disappeared for good, or is this not likely?

>> Any comments would be appreicated?

>> Thanks in advance
>> I also am a survivor of lymphoma with a different method. I ate nothing but

>fruit for 2 years this will give your cells good cooking.net">food so they can grow
>healthy and control the anarobic bacteria which all people have in there
>body.  If the immune system is strong enough than it will keep the bad
>bacteria under control. If your father didn't change something in his life
>style than most likley it will return. I whould suggest never eat another
>bite of meat of any kind!!!

How do you address the fact that NHL is an immune system cancer
and that when the immune system is enhanced, the cancer is
enhanced as well? I suppose you have special "fruit" that can
detect the difference between normal immune system cells and
those cancer cells which mimic them, right? And that you're the
only one who has this magical forumula?


Sat, 22 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular

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> > >> I also am a survivor of lymphoma with a different method. I ate
> > >nothing but fruit for 2 years this will give your cells good cooking.net">food so
> > >they can grow healthy and control the anaerobic bacteria which all
> > >people have in there body.  If the immune system is strong enough than
> > >it will keep the bad bacteria under control. If your father didn't
> > >change something in his life style than most likely it will return. I
> > >whould suggest never eat another bite of meat of any kind!!!
> > How do you address the fact that NHL is an immune system cancer
> > and that when the immune system is enhanced, the cancer is
> > enhanced as well? I suppose you have special "fruit" that can
> > detect the difference between normal immune system cells and
> > those cancer cells which mimic them, right? And that you're the
> > only one who has this magical forumula?
> OK Smart Boy I guess you have had NHL and have seen people with NHL go
> into complete remission for if you haven't them may I suggest you do some
> more studying before you make a complete idiot of yourself. As for the
> magical formula (that is your words not mine) it also was God's (First
> cooking.net">food for Man) to provide perfect health for Man for eternity.  Now if you
> can improve upon what God intended for man in the beginning then let's
> hear it. By the way I have 12 hours of videos of my cancer cells being
> destroyed by my immune system, I guess it didn't have (enough chemo)
> poison to know that it wasn't supposed to get better. not do it. That is
> my experience and there isn't anything you can say to stop me from telling
> my story.

Anecdotal BS.
If you want anyone to believe you, you need to give an exact
histological diagnosis with staging. before and after 'treatment'.
 A video of your lumps disappearing is not enough.
As for fruit being 'God's first cooking.net">food for man', keep in mind that there
was no cancer in the garden of Eden....

Jon Naude MD (radiology & radiooncology)

--
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Sun, 23 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular


Quote:






>> >> My father was diagnosed in November 1997 after finding a lump under his arm
>> >> that was removed, then later found to be cancerous.

>> >> He has never been ill, and is feeling just fine now. He is taking chemo
>pills
>> >> and during a check up in Feb. they could not find any sign of the cancer.

>> >> However, I have read and been told that this is not very likely to last for
>> >> ever and that he will most likely become ill at some stage.

>> >> My question is:
>> >> Could the cancer have disappeared for good, or is this not likely?

>> >> Any comments would be appreicated?

>> >> Thanks in advance
>> >> I also am a survivor of lymphoma with a different method. I ate nothing but

>> >fruit for 2 years this will give your cells good cooking.net">food so they can grow
>> >healthy and control the anaerobic bacteria which all people have in there
>> >body.  If the immune system is strong enough than it will keep the bad
>> >bacteria under control. If your father didn't change something in his life
>> >style than most likely it will return. I whould suggest never eat another
>> >bite of meat of any kind!!!

>> How do you address the fact that NHL is an immune system cancer
>> and that when the immune system is enhanced, the cancer is
>> enhanced as well? I suppose you have special "fruit" that can
>> detect the difference between normal immune system cells and
>> those cancer cells which mimic them, right? And that you're the
>> only one who has this magical forumula?

>> OK Smart Boy I guess you have had NHL and have seen people with NHL go into
>complete remission for if you haven't them may I suggest you do some more
>studying before you make a complete idiot of yourself.

Yep. I have had it as a matter of fact. And I also have seen many
patients become long-term survivors of NHL - complete and
apparently permanent remission after 8-10 years or more. I'm
coming up on 4 years myself.

I'm afraid your sarcastic attitude reflects much more on you than
me, your intended victim. You see, I do work with cancer patients
every day of the week. I know what works and what doesn't in many
cases. Because I am an NHL patient myself, I take special notice
of the treatments which work for that disease.

Now who is the idiot?



Mon, 24 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - Low Grade non-follicular

Quote:
>> >> OK Smart Boy I guess you have had NHL and have seen people with NHL go into
>> >complete remission for if you haven't them may I suggest you do some more
>> >studying before you make a complete idiot of yourself.

>> Yep. I have had it as a matter of fact. And I also have seen many
>> patients become long-term survivors of NHL - complete and
>> apparently permanent remission after 8-10 years or more. I'm
>> coming up on 4 years myself.

>> I'm afraid your sarcastic attitude reflects much more on you than
>> me, your intended victim. You see, I do work with cancer patients
>> every day of the week. I know what works and what doesn't in many
>> cases. Because I am an NHL patient myself, I take special notice
>> of the treatments which work for that disease.

>> Now who is the idiot?

>I guess both of us are however I would like to remind you that YOU were the
>first one to make a SARCASTIC REMARK, about what worked for me and others I
>have worked with. Also (could it be you don't have the only answer).  After
>looking at many of your other postings I find SARCASTIC REMARKS is a common
>trait of yours.

The fact remains that you are attempting to promote totally
unproved "cures" to those who may be susceptible. It is people
like yourself that have given the Internet the reputation of
being irresponsible. While good, healthy cooking.net">food is always
advisable, there is little or no evidence that it can cure ANY
cancer once it has begun. Moreover, there is evidence that
enhancement of the immune system is inadviseable with certain
immune system cancers such as NHL.

As far as having the "only" answer, the opinion I gave is a
common opinion among oncologists and {*filter*}/lymph system
specialists. It certainly isn't something I've dreamed up. I'd
far rather trust those people than to belive someone who suddenly
appeared on the internet promoting his wares - especially when he
has a vested interest.

You really ought to have a technician look at your keyboard and
see if he/she can't do something about that sticking caps-lock
key.



Wed, 26 Sep 2001 03:00:00 GMT
 
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