Anyone else with stageIV ovarian cancer with pleural effusion?

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RE: Anyone else with stageIV ovarian cancer with pleural effusion?

by karme on Mon Jul 02, 2012 11:23 PM

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You state that "you hope I am like you".  Hope is very important, and I hope and pray that your treatment will go smoothly.  Keeping up with your nourishment is very, very important, as well as your body eliminating waste.  Since you have abdomen mets, you must keep due diligence, because it can determine how you tolerate the chemo and stay strong so that your body can create a balance between fighting the cancer and living with it.

My prayers are with you and all who are fighting the fight of and for your life. 

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RE: Anyone else with stageIV ovarian cancer with pleural effusion?

by wenthewyntr on Tue Jul 03, 2012 03:04 PM

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Thanks Karme! I did juicing the entire time I was on chemo. It really gave me energy I wouldn't have had otherwise had, and sped up my elimination. I am mostly vegetarian too. I am not going through chemo again. The Vitamin C has so far cleared the cancer from my lung! Love to you!

RE: Anyone else with stageIV ovarian cancer with pleural effusion?

by karme on Thu Jul 05, 2012 05:33 PM

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That is very good news!  I wish I had known more about Vitamin C injections when my sister had ovarian cancer.  There are so many more options today than just a year ago. I had researched as much as I could, and knew there had to be  more options, but finding out different treatments were hard to come by when even oncologists didn't seem to understand much about nourichment and it's importance. I wish you well, and hope that your cancer keeps regressing.

God Bless

RE: Anyone else with stageIV ovarian cancer with pleural effusion?

by paintslide on Thu Oct 18, 2018 01:29 AM

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On Jun 30, 2012 2:49 AM charlat wrote:

I took coriolus mushroom as well after chemo for stage IV Ovarian Cancer.  I'm still cancerfree 5 yrs after!

I'm in Hawaii (Big Island).  Where are you?

So great--congratulations!

Mushrooms and their tinctures seem to be proven to help with recovery and certain types contain anti-cancer properties, see this article from NIH (Recent developments in mushrooms as anti-cancer therapeutics: a review):

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3339609/

and well as here:

https://fromgodspharmacy.com/pages/our-mushrooms (scroll down to #3 - Turkey Tail)

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