Re: (fwd) Re: Adenocarcinoma colon cancer
den Otter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 1 May 1999 13:46:34 +0200
> From: Doug Skrecky <email@example.com>
> > Cancsearch (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > : Desperately looking for anyone who has experience with this strange, FAST
> > : growing cancer. My wife has had a resection taking part the anus and part of
> > : the colon,
> Sorry to hear all this, but I have a suggestion, which I doubt can be
> acted on, but will make it anyways: Since the doctors can do nothing for
> your wife go elsewhere for a treatment. Nothing to lose. Suggestion: Since
> some foods like tomatoes, green tea, and soybeans have been gaining a
> reputation in the scientific community as cancer fighters, then a last
> ditch fight using them might be worth trying.
Also, don't forget to take massive amounts of vitamin C whenever cancer strikes.
This means at least 6 grams a day and up (rule of thumb: your intestines will let
you know when you've reached your absorbtion limit). "Healthy" people should take at
least 3 grams a day, or again as much
as your intestines can take (an "overdose" will give you the runs, but is otherwise
harmless). For various reasons it is better to use a combination
of calcium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate and vitamin C tablets with bioflavonoids
instead of (just) ascorbic acid & sodium ascorbate.