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Hi, my Dad is stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer which already spread to lungs,liver, ,brain when first diagnosed. It’s been 7 months but I don’t know how long more he will hang on. Could you please kindly help?Reply
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Hi David, I’ve come across your page. My dad was recently diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer that is in his liver and lymph nodes. As you can imagine we are devastated but I want to look at every option for him and chemo is terrifying me for him. I want him to do more than just school medicine to heal this. Where can we hear more about your way of going at this, I would love to talk to you more. I need all the help I can possibly get. Thank you very much in advanceReply
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3rd attack,what can I use to restore and get strength back, pleaseReply
Can I get more info? What kind of attack? Have you undergone chemo and hope to regain strength? What chemo regimens?
My father is diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic Cancer. Could you please tell me what kind of unconventional treatment can you provide me.Reply
I am sorry to learn of your dad’s stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis. There is a variety of non-conventional pancreatic cancer therapies. Your challenge is to find evidence or research that supports these therapies in any way. While there may be individual testimonials it is difficult to find large groups of people who have experienced the therapy.
Advanced pancreatic cancer is a difficult diagnosis. Your choices are 1) palliative therapies or 2) combining conventional (FDA approved) therapies with complementary, alternative and integrative therapies with specific info about side effects, diet and other important lifestyle therapies for the pancreatic cancer patient.
I will email the PBC PC CC guide outlinng alternative therapies for pancreatic cancer.
Good luck and let me know if you have any questions.
I was diagnosed three months ago with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. A well differentiated neuroendocrine tumor with spots on liver and spine. The only treatment being offered to me is monthly injections of Lanreotide and an IV infusion of Zometa. I, of course, am taking a wide range of self prescribed supplements—curcumin, resveratrol, garlic, soursop tea, etc. Also on a Ketogenic diet and a MSM-vitamin C protocol. As of the most recent pet scan, no positive effect is shown. I am now researching Hyperbaric oxygen therapy and high dose vitamin C thearapy.
So, I’m looking for advice from a survivor. Any information you can provide me would be greatly appreciated.
I will email a list of evidence-based non-conventional pancreatic cancer therapies to your email address.
My name is Leo. i live in Cape Town, South Africa. My partner’s sister is suffering from stage 4 pancreatic cancer. After 6 months of 2 different types of chemo therapy the cancer is still active and spreading.
it breakes my heart to see the family suffering. so i decided I to do research for alternatives. I came across your testimony while reading up on Triptolide.
The family has lost all hope. I want to help.
I am sorry to read of your partner’s sister’s pancreatic cancer diagnosis. You are correct. Conventional oncology has little to offer patients
who have advanced pancreatic cancer.
I will be direct. My experience is to utilized both conventional (traditional) as well as evidence-based non-conventional anti-pancreatic cancer therapies. For example, an antioxidant called curcumin has been shown to enhance the efficacy of pancreatic chemotherapies such as paclitaxel. Further, as you read in my blog post there are herbal extracts that also have been shown to be cytotoxic to pancreatic cancer.
I believe that the pancreatic cancer patient’s goal is to shrink the tumor enough to then surgically remove it. The Whipple procedure (pan. surgery) is the only therapy that has been shown to increase overall survival and perhaps be curative.
I am both a cancer survivor and cancer coach. My role is to provide cancer patients and caregiver such as yourself evidence-based therapies (both traditional and non-traditional) such that you can work with your oncologist to build a therapy plan.
Hang in there,
Is this available in South AfricaReply