Terminal Primary Liver Cancer

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From: Melissa
Subject: Need help ASAP!!!

My name is Melissa and i want to start off by saying i am very moved by your story and glad yo are dong well. with that said I am writing to you because my father has been diagnosed with terminal primary liver cancer.

The doctors have been less than helpful and have turned down all my research efforts. I was every hopeful but now they say there is nothing that can be done and they want Hospice to come in and he should stop treatment because he has started liver failure but the cancer isn’t outside the liver yet and has not spread. To be honest it seems like since they started giving him so much medication his situation has declined rapidly. I do not want to give up and I was hoping that you could give me some advice or guidance. My dad is my best friend and i need to exhaust all options. thank you so much for your time!!!


Hi Melissa-
I am sorry to learn of your dad’s liver cancer. I have come to learn that conventional oncology takes a narrow view of cancer. They are required to by the FDA. I disagree with their assessment that “there is nothing that can be done.” If your dad’s cancer has not spread beyond his liver then yes, there are therapies to pursue. I am not promising a cure. I am saying that I do not agree with conventional oncology’s terminal diagnosis.
I will briefly outline a plan of action as a cancer coaching client.
1) research and identify anti-angiogenic nutrition. 
2) research and identify anti-angiogenic supplementation and integrative supplementation. Briefly, as you will read from the articles linked below, liver cancer chemotherapies such as adriamycin, 5-flor and cisplatin don’t work well. They need integrative therapies to enhance their efficacy while reducing their toxicity. For example, the study below cites curcumin enhancing 5-Fluorouracil. Adriamycin and cisplatin also have multiple integrative therapies.
Unfortunately, liver cancer resists most chemo drugs. The drugs that have been most effective as systemic chemo in liver cancer are doxorubicin (Adriamycin), 5-fluorouracil, and cisplatin. But even these drugs shrink only a small portion of tumors, and the responses often do not last long.
3) research and identify anti-cancer lifestyle therapies. Lifestyle therapies cover the spectrum of detoxification therapies (evidence-based), moderate, frequent exercise, mind-body therapies, etc.
My point is Melissa, there are many therapies beyond conventional FDA approved oncology that you and your dad can undergo. I have been doing most of the above therapies myself ever since I was told I was terminal.
It is up to you. If you would like to learn more about what I do please go to PeopleBeatingCancerCoaching.org. Go to Cancer Coaching and register as member. Your $99.00 tax deductible donation is a one time registration fee. The only other charge is $10.00 a month fee designed to encourage us to work together beyond your dad’s remission.
Let me know if you have any questions.
thanks and hang in there,
David Emerson
Survivor and Cancer Coach

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