Anyone not do any treatment at all? I

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Anyone not do any treatment at all? I

by elderlyone on Thu Jan 04, 2018 03:59 PM

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Hi:  I have breast cancer.  They want to take the lump out with some extra tissue, needs radiation or so they say.  I am not willing to do any surgery, nor chemo nor radiation.  Oncologist says he will put me on Tamofloen (probably wrong spelling) a cancer pill.  Has anyone not done any treatment at all and if so, what has been the outcome?  The pill can give me bone pain for a month or longer so the oncologist said.  I am all for trying some alternative medications but nothing that requires a lot of money involved as I do not have it to pay out.  I have had squamous cell skin cancer on two areas prior to my breast cancer.  Breast cancer since August, 2017.

Hope someone can answer my question.  I am 83 years old.  My biggest problem is am having nausea every day here lately.  Just feel ill, not throwing up so far.  Eventually it goes away.  Sort of like when you were pregnant.  My, that was a lifetime ago!!! 

elderlyone 

  

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by barjaffe on Tue Feb 13, 2018 09:03 PM

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Contact Ann Fonfa, atwww.annieappleseedproject.org   She is a 20 year breast cancer survivor who refused treatment against all her doctor's recommendations.  She now runs a website and annual conference on natural and integrative cancer treatments.

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by Kristenbuck45 on Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:23 PM

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Hi I took tamoxifen way long time ago when first diagnosed i had reaction it helped for while then when dr took me off I tried chemo in iv and chemo pills seems as time had gone on it not helping but some days I feel good and look good .i hope that helps u I have tried billion chemist I mention I take I ran a now which is pill and I get a shot in each butt cheek to target the tumor in my bone .it helps the pain somewhat but I’m goin to pain clinic cause tumor wrapped around my nerves ,as it’s in my bone in lower back .
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