In order to thrive, you need to have all of the tools at your fingertips, and that includes evidence-based therapies that go beyond conventional oncology.
To learn more about evidence-based therapies for Pancreatic Cancer, click the orange button to the right.
Sometimes I think that patients who have been diagnosed with incurable cancers such as pancreatic cancer and multiple myeloma have it easier than more normal cancers. While that might sound odd, let me explain.
I am a long-term survivor of multiple myeloma. Upon diagnosis I followed the instructions of my oncologist perfectly. While my remissions were shorter than the average, I relapsed and was told I was end-stage.
When my oncologist told me that I underwent a change of heart. I took responsibility for my health. After all, conventional oncology had… well…my experience with conventional oncology wasn’t very positive.
Which brings me to pancreatic cancer patients. The article linked and excerpted below talks about one of many evidence-based but non-conventional therapies that kill pancreatic cancer. My point is that you shouldn’t place your hope and faith in conventional oncology. Certainly listen to your oncologist. And learn about integrative pancreatic cancer therapies.
Please take a moment to watch the short video below in order to learn more about some of these therapies:
But take responsibility for your health.
Have you been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer? What stage? Please scroll down the page, post a question or comment and I will reply to you ASAP.
“Spirulina platensis is a blue-green alga used as a dietary supplement because of its hypocholesterolemic properties. Among other bioactive substances, it is also rich in tetrapyrrolic compounds closely related to bilirubin molecule, a potent antioxidant and anti-proliferative agent…
The anti-proliferative effects of S. platensis were also shown in vivo, where inhibition of pancreatic cancer growth was evidenced since the third day of treatment…
In conclusion, S. platensis and its tetrapyrrolic components substantially decreased the proliferation of experimental pancreatic cancer. These data support a chemopreventive role of this edible alga…”