Caution: the chemo could be fatal

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Caution: the chemo could be fatal

by abulandis on Sun Jan 16, 2011 07:18 PM

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       Both my late wife and I have delt with cancer. I've, so far, survived, Cheryl didn't. We were told that her cancer was "curable", however, no one told us that the chemo drug 5-fluorouacil would literally kill someone with DPD deficiency. That's dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency. DPD is an enzyme that's responsible for meatbolising something like 80% of the chemo drug given to patients.                       

       BEFORE getting a chemo treatment, go to the website I've started to get the word out.

          cancercurekiller.info      spread the word.

         Thanks, and keep up the fight.

              Larry

RE: Caution: the chemo could be fatal

by JoyceJJL on Sun Jan 16, 2011 07:23 PM

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Larry

  I feel terrible they never told you.   All they ever told me was "I have to have it"  It wasnt the same drug as your wife got.  It was a mixutre of 3 different ones,  and a strong dose as I had stage 3b breast cancer .  Double mastectomy then chemo & radiation.  I have heard that the chemo does kill the good cells as well as the bad, but I would of wanted to know that the drug effects could be fatal.  Thanks for the update and do the best you can.

Joyce

RE: Caution: the chemo could be fatal

by Roselvr on Sun Jan 16, 2011 07:58 PM

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Hi Larry; I'm sorry you lost your wife; I lost my dad too- chemo killed his heart & lungs. For us; it was a small price to pay because he was terminal anyway. One day I'll have to see if I can find what chemo he was given in the clinical trial.

I saved your web site; you may want to do some coding so that when people save it; it does not say "Home Page". You also should work on your meta tags. If you want help; send me a private message. You want the bots to find your site & right now it's not coded for that.

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