btw, yan yung pang araw araw namin ginagawa nung buhay pa mom ko. pero since stage 4 na sya nung madiagnose, madami sya therapy o treatment daily na naka tulong talaga. "BUT" hindi uubra yun kung di nya ginawa yung mga nasa taas.
Ilan sa mga therapy nya nagpapa biomed sya 2-3 times a week.
Live cell therapy (Stem cell) w/c is iniimport pa namin dati. i dunno kung meron na to locally. 2.5k per vial. 2 vials per day x 9yrs nya tinake ito.
she sleeps on a heated jade bed.
regular massage/spa treatment.
and gazillions of vitamins and supplements.
at one point nag vegan din kami, zero meat intake, pero di namin kinaya.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spontaneous remission, also called spontaneous healing or spontaneous regression, is an unexpected improvement or cure from a disease that appears to be progressing in its severity. These terms are commonly used for unexpected transient or final improvements in cancer. Spontaneous remissions concern cancers of the haematopoietic system (blood cancer, e.g. leukemia), while spontaneous regressions concern palpable tumors; however, both notions are often used interchangeably.
Frequency of spontaneous regression in cancer
It has long been assumed that spontaneous regressions, let alone cures, from cancer are rare phenomena, and that some forms of cancer are more prone to unexpected courses (melanoma, neuroblastoma, lymphoma) than others (carcinoma). Frequency was estimated to be about 1 in 100,000 cancers; however, in reality this ratio might be largely under- or overestimated. For one, not all cases of spontaneous regression can be apprehended, either because the case was not well documented or the physician was not willing or literate enough to publish, or simply because the patient did not show up in a clinic any more. On the other hand, for the past 100 years almost all cancer patients have been treated in one way or the other, such that the influence of treatment cannot always be excluded.
At least for small tumors the frequency of spontaneous regression most likely was drastically underrated. In a carefully designed study on mammography it was found that 22% of all breast cancer cases underwent spontaneous regression.
anecdotal evidence is of very limited value
sa dami dami ng ginagawa nya pati lifestyle change like special diet and lots of water how are you sure which one was the one what cured her?
or maybe none of the above cured her. What if she is just lucky enough to be one of the rare cases of cancer that gets better by herself? they call that
FYI. She was never cured. no one said she was cured. Her cancer is there all along.
yung cancer nya NEVER nag regress,. literally andun lang, never lumiit, pero di nag progress.
You see ikaw na mismo nagsabi na knowing is battle half won. That is true.
keyword dyan ay change in lifestyle.
The things she did/took worked in conjunction with each other. HINDI mag wowork yung ng wala ang isa. lahat importante. very concious effort but it paid off.
how do we know that it was all of them cooperating or only one of them or maybe none of them that caused the cancer to become stable? maybe another person with the same disease doing the exact same thing would have a different outcome
.eat the right foods....food matters.. =) hth
may cancer organization that does the same thing. that is why I can say na "HINDI RARE" case ang nanay ko. Hindi sya ang nauna at hindi din sya ang huli.