Stomachcancer

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Stomachcancer

by Wilthof on Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:35 AM

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Dear people. We live in holland and a month ago my partner (51yr) got the diagnoses of stomachcancer stage IV with mets in the liver , lymphnodes and tiny ones in the lungs. This came as a huge shock. We expected it to be an ulcer in the stomach. Never expected this. The oncologist gives him 4/6 months without chemo and maybe a bit longer with chemo. We went for a second opinion to the AMC in Amsterdam. The prognoses was the same but the prof suggested to have a biopsie done from the liver to look for HER 2 , and it is present. We've already started the first round of chemo. At first they suggested EOX but the prof in Adam suggested to drop the E because it showed not to have much effect an the side effects are quit severe. Since the diagnoses we started straight away with cannabisoil. The first bottle I could get hold of trough mutual friends. 2 weeks later we did a class in making our own. For 3 weeks he is on 20 drops a day with 75% THC and 25% BCD. The next batch will be a stronger one because I'm going to put more heads in instead of the leaves in. I've been nonstop on the net to see if I can found other things to help him. But you get so many things what contradict each other so it's very difficult to make up my mind what to use. Today we started PSK . I want to give him 3 grams a day. We also want to start melatonin but we don't know if that's going to interfere with the cannabisoil? On Monday he finishes his first course of OX and the Monday after he starts chemo with trastuzumab. I was reading on this website that chloroquine enhances the working of trastuzumab. He is just afraid that it will damage his liver even more. Can anybody give us a bit of guidance. I'm dutch and my partner is english. We live in Gouda Netherlands. Thanks, Yvonne

RE: Stomachcancer

by eat2bwell on Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:42 PM

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My mother had good success with taking Essiac tea for her stomach cancer.  After three weeks she was back to eating normal.

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