cancer and the god particle?

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cancer and the god particle?

by clearmind on Sun Aug 25, 2013 06:39 PM

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Hi, we just found out 2 month ago that my husband has prostate cancer and unfortunately it got discovered too late,  the cancer already managed to spread to other parts of his body.
The doctors are still optimistic but he is going to have some very rough times.
I've read about this new thing called the god particle (www.godparticle4u.com) I read some forums and it seems that it helps people who have cancer.
Did anyone here hear about it or tried it?
I actually think i'm going to buy it for him anyway, because I've seen enough good reviews plus in a case like that, you feel so helpless and so weak, i'm not going to just watch him suffer without being able to do anything, it's worth trying.

RE: cancer and the god particle?

by pipperpain on Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:46 AM

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if the drs are optimistic hang onto that whatever else you feel the need to do.  i was rx'd with breast cancer  stage 4 in march 2011, my oncologist is amazed at how well i responded to the chemo. two and a half years later i am doing fine tending  all my own needs maintaining a home a car and a camp, which needs winterized right now.  My hubby passed away the night of my first chemo treatment. he was gone in a heartbeat.  i lost my sole supportsystem, bt was amazed at how others stepped in to help me.  point being sstage four IS NOTa death sentence.  Best of luck to both of you.  stay strong.

 

RE: cancer and the god particle?

by LynnMC on Thu Mar 06, 2014 05:34 PM

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On Nov 02, 2013 12:46 AM pipperpain wrote:

if the drs are optimistic hang onto that whatever else you feel the need to do.  i was rx'd with breast cancer  stage 4 in march 2011, my oncologist is amazed at how well i responded to the chemo. two and a half years later i am doing fine tending  all my own needs maintaining a home a car and a camp, which needs winterized right now.  My hubby passed away the night of my first chemo treatment. he was gone in a heartbeat.  i lost my sole supportsystem, bt was amazed at how others stepped in to help me.  point being sstage four IS NOTa death sentence.  Best of luck to both of you.  stay strong.

 

Hi there Read a few of your posts and felt compelled to chime in. Stage IV as well. Underwent chemo, six cycles, NED now through two PET scans and finding my way back to "normal". It's a tough path but it can be done. May our success continue! Good luck to everyone battling this horrible disease!! Lynn
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