1 (edited by tiapatty Wed, 04 Mar 2009 01:10:18)

Topic: Cancer Miracles article

Today, a small slice of hope pie:

http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2009/0302/ … acles.html

http://www.forbes.com/2009/02/11/cancer … xes=custom

I do believe that the immune system is key to fighting this.

Patty

Re: Cancer Miracles article

I hope these types of things are developed more.

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

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What a great article - I DO believe that the immune system plays a key part in this, and long for the day when they discover the key to unlocking the door to success.

Joyce

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Really a great article..... notice that Burrows - with the inoperable liver cancer, was a vet. I see he was treated at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System.  Lainy probably knows him! What's up with these miracle men in AZ? Any chance you guys can send some of that Phoenix water back here to NY, we could use a few more miracles here on the east coast too!

-Tess

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"A cancer patient, given just months to live, stages a miraculous recovery. Doctors dismiss it as a fluke."  From Patty's article, please re read the last  word. How appropriate to use the word "fluke" along with the fact this is a Veteran, was at the Veteran's Hospital  and had CC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Sorry we don't
know him!

Teddy ~In our hearts forever~ATTITUDE is EVERYTHING
Any suggestion I offer is intended as friendly advice based solely on my own experience. Please consult your doctor for professional guidance.

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Yes, he was a Vet & it was a fluke. Interesting play on words! smile

Thanks Patty for posting this. I also believe that the immune system plays a part in all of this & hope for the day they figure out how to use this information to more aggresively attack this horrible cancer.

"One Day At A Time"

All of my comments and suggestions are just my opinions and are not a substitute for professional medical advice.   You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care providers.