I have come across some anecdotal evidence that alternatives work:http://www.activistpost.com/2012/07/wom ... oming.htmlhttp://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/http://weartv.com/news/local/local-man- ... -naturallyhttp://radicalremission.com/http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/827945http://discovermagazine.com/2007/sep/th ... -sometimeshttp://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyle ... story.htmlhttp://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/health/27canc.htmlhttp://www.anticancermom.com/how-i-beat-cancer/http://www.healingcancernaturally.com/n ... nials.htmlhttp://www.bbc.com/future/story/2015030 ... ing-cancerhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312698/
(I love the use of the term "spontaneous" as if some divine miracle is at play. *sarcasm*)http://naturalsociety.com/shocking-stud ... nd-common/
(Mentions the AMA and its inextricable ties with Big Pharma, which is discussed in detail in the book Cancer: Get Out of the Box)
thecancerassassin.blogspot.com (An interesting case of a combination of natural and conventional methods)http://www.prevention.com/food/food-rem ... res-cancerhttps://www.amazon.com/Harvard-Document ... 0997548207http://www.extremehealthradio.com/the-1 ... ld-follow/http://www.naturalnews.com/047924_lung_ ... juana.html
(An acquaintance of mine has put his cancer into remission with Hoxey diet and CBD.)
and many many many stories at another forum, e.g.:
have several friends that have been diagnosed with various types of cancer who went to the BioMedical Center in Tijuana for treatment. They've all returned cancer free. The people that I personally know are one stomach cancer (cancer free for 50 years), one lung cancer (cancer free for 20 years), one bone cancer (cancer free for around 5-6 years) and one skin cancer (cancer free for 3 years), and my friend with skin cancer met a lady on the bus going to the clinic that was a nurse...she said that her cancer had spread somewhere in the neck area, I forget exactly where it spread and what type of cancer that she had. Anyway, she said that doctors in the states had given up on her 4 years ago and had told her to get her affairs in order. She started treatment at the Hoxsey clinic and 4 years later she was on that bus telling her story. If you read up on the Hoxsey treatment, I've found a wide variety of what their "success rate" is. I've found anywhere from "little to no evidence" to 85% success rate. I was told that they once had 13 clinics in the states that were all shut down and that they had a 75% success rate when they were here. I'd like to hear from people who either are on the Hoxsey Treatment themselves, or who knows someone that was on the Hoxsey treatment. I'm not interested in any of the other treatment facilities in Tijuana, Mexico. Just the Hoxsey treatment...
I have a friend who had a melanoma on her arm and the doctors wanted to take all the flesh off her arm from the shoulder to the wrist. She went to the Hoxsey clinic in 1974. At that time the life time treatment was only $600 dollars. She had to give up: white flour, white sugar, table salt, vinegar, alcohol, carbonation, pork, and tomatoes. She is 73 years old today and still cancer free. She still goes down every two or three years.
I have a friend that was diagnosed with 4 brain tumors several years ago. About 18 years ago she was given 2 months to live. After hearing that an older relative had breast cancer and went to the Hoxsey clinic she gave it a shot. 18 years later she's healthy and has had the chance to see all 3 of her daughters get married and have children, something doctors told her she'd never see. I tell everyone about the Hoxsey clinic, I'm a firm believer in it and I've seen it work.
My mom was diagnosed with Mestatic Colon cancer November 2006. We went through the standard 5fu, CPT11, luecavorin regiment until March during which time she almost died twice (from the chemo, not the cancer). She was one in 10,000 who couldn't tolerate the CPT11, which was regretful, because it seemed to be the only part of the regiment that was bring her numbers down.
In March, as a family, we decided to take her to Mexico to the Hoxsey clinic and completely abandon her chemotherapy. Her doctor's all thought we were completely foolish, even though it was obvious to us all the the chemo wasn't doing any good. The doctors in Mexico put Mom on a strict diet (tolerable however), and gave her a hoxsey tonic. In June she also had a very successful liver resection (the one place the cancer had spread to after the colon was her liver). By late August Mom's CEA level is down to 4.3. We are amazed. Not only by her falling CEA, but also by how healthy she is. The chemo tore her down. It was agonizing for all her kids to see her suffer to horribly. It is awesome to see her able to do what she wants to and be back to herself again.
I would recommend the hoxsey clinic to anyone who is dealing with cancer. It isn't a sure thing (as the doctor's down there told us also), but neither is chemo.
I would recommend the Hoxsey treatment as well. My grandfather and mother have both been on the Hoxsey Tonic and followed the Hoxsey diet. The first time my mother went was back in the 1970's for cervical cancer. She went again a few months ago for skin cancer. My grandfather was diagnosed with bladder cancer, went to the BioMedical Clinic, and 6 months later was cancer free.
And, again, regarding those commentators who keep trying to bully me into conventional treatments, my wife says that they should take care not to give medical advice.
Information is one thing, but advice is another.