cme, in his September 9, 2011 comment on Control Cancer Naturally:
According to the Internet, it (Polycystic Kidney Disease) has no cure. You just have to take care of your kidneys but eventually you will undergo dialysis and end stage would be renal failure. Is there a way to prolong the life of a person with PKD?
The word “polycystic” rang a bell for me. Continue reading
I’m not saying cancer can be cured but, much like diabetes, it can be controlled without using toxic chemicals. For Mama, who lived 27 more years after being diagnosed with stage IV cancer, all it took was to follow the orders of G. Edward Griffin in the book World Without Cancer—The Story of Vitamin B17, which bears repeating:
“…avoid excessive damage or stress to the body, minimize foods that pre-empt the pancreatic enzymes for their digestion, and maintain a diet rich in all minerals and vitamins—especially vitamin B17.”
Now, if cancer is so easily manageable through a nutritional approach, with relatively cheap and wholly natural remedies, why are these not being promoted? Why all the brouhaha, why the billions of dollars taken up by/for cancer research? The answer lies in what Griffin calls “the politics of cancer therapy.”
Mama was 60 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, stage IV. She was irradiated only twice, had no chemotherapy whatsoever, but she lived for another 27 years!
Her left breast was hard as stone, with orange-peel skin, and retracted nipple when she had a radical mastectomy in 1973. With all her lymph nodes positive, she was irradiated immediately, straight from the operating room, and then again, early the following morning, in spite of explicit instructions to the contrary. That was the extent of my mother’s orthodox treatment. When asked how much time she had, the surgeon said he couldn’t give her a year, or a month…