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Recent posts about Cancer
I'm afraid everyday that I will find cancer. I have enough depression issues. I have a lump on my neck, massive heat rash, and pain behind my left eye. I need a dentist or a neurologist. it sucks without insurance I can't afford all these doctors
sometimes I feel alone I've been adopted by my aunt and she's dying of cancer I was never really there for her because of my problems my depression and my anxiety right now it's just getting worse sometimes I feel like I am alone I just need to know that I'm not
So I am 8 weeks postpartum. I was a high risk pregnancy with HG, epilepsy, and a history of cancer. They put my IUD in at my sons birth and I developed Pelvic inflammatory disease. I had the IUD removed. Ever since I was 20 weeks pregnant I’ve had hot flashes where I get dizzy and confused with heart palpitations then I get cold and nauseous. they still haven’t gone away. anyone had a similar experience???
Day 17, no poop. Xray on 8th showed major impaction. In ER today, got fluids, rectal exam, Zofran, labs, xrays, sent home. Brother w/ same symptoms, stage 4 colon cancer. Dead in 5 weeks. Mom died of secondary stomach & colon cancer. Genetically tested, have same gene mutation that causes GI cancers. 42 median age diagnosis. I'm 40. 40% risk now, 68% by 62. Won't show on xray. Taking senkot/miralax 2x a day. Last colonoscopy/EGD January. Precancerous polyps found prior. See GI Monday.
My bf/best friend/caretaker of of 14 years has had polyps on his gallbladder over a year. Needing to be monitored every 6 months because if they grow they’re cancerous. Why didn’t they just take it out then (he wouldn’t push for it either, my had gallbladder surgery was traumatizing, I don’t blame him)...but then COVID happened & monitoring hasn’t happened. Suddenly he has been inconsolable, says he feels like he is grieving but doesn’t know why. I am terrified of losing him.
Videos about Cancer
Books about Cancer
Chris Beat Cancer: A Comprehensive Plan for Healing Naturally
Millions of readers have followed Chris Wark's journey on his blog and podcast Chris Beat Cancer, and in his debut work, he dives deep into the reasoning and scientific foundation behind the approach and strategies that he used to successfully heal his body from stage-3 colon cancer. Drawing from the most up-to-date and rigorous research, as well as his deep faith, Wark provides clear guidance and continuous encouragement for his healing strategies, including his Beat Cancer Mindset; radical diet, and lifestyle changes; and means for mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. Packed with both intense personal insight and extensive healing solutions, the Wall Street Journal best-selling Chris Beat Cancer will inspire and guide you on your own journey toward wellness.
Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds
In her New York Times bestseller, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, Dr. Kelly A. Turner, founder of the Radical Remission Project, uncovers nine factors that can lead to a spontaneous remission from cancer—even after conventional medicine has failed. While getting her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkley, Dr. Turner, a researcher, lecturer, and counselor in integrative oncology, was shocked to discover that no one was studying episodes of radical (or unexpected) remission—when people recover against all odds without the help of conventional medicine, or after conventional medicine has failed. She was so fascinated by this kind of remission that she embarked on a ten month trip around the world, traveling to ten different countries to interview fifty holistic healers and twenty radical remission cancer survivors about their healing practices and techniques. Her research continued by interviewing over 100 Radical Remission survivors and studying over 1000 of these cases. Her evidence presents nine common themes that she believes may help even terminal patients turn their lives around.