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 Lung Cancer - Pain Management 
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Ed,

Recent news is that my friend has lung cancer. Long ago you mentioned a project in which you discerned a natural pain remedy for a gentleman who had lung cancer.

Would you mind sharing here what that remedy was? If not here, feel free to PM me.

Sincerely,
Demo

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Wed May 10, 2017 1:28 am
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We presently have stage 4 (spread from breast cancer, removed with surgery) lung cancer in the family with the largest lung tumor being 30mm. So far no pain. We are using several alternative treatments and two oncologist prescribed drugs, Ibrance and Femara, no chemo, radiation or surgery on the lungs. Blood tests and CT scans show the tumors to be shrinking. If you would like to discuss this with me by email or phone I can be reached at ggx9atyahoodotcom. I have no products or services for sale.

Richard


Wed May 10, 2017 3:32 am
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Thank you Richard. Just sent you a PM.

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Fri May 12, 2017 2:55 am
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I don't know much about how this message thing works. Did you get my lengthy response? If not, I'd rather not type it all over again, I am a slow and poor typist. email me at ggx9@yahoo.com if needed.


Fri May 12, 2017 5:35 am
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Post Re: Lung Cancer - Pain Management
"There's no cure "

There are a number of cures for all types of cancer, just not from the AMA.
Of course if your condition is so advanced that you are expected to pass away next week your chances become very slim but not impossible.
These cures include supplements, electronic, reflexology and energy transfer (hands-on-healing). These are some that I know a little bit about, enough to be effective. Faith, understanding or belief in these methods is not required by the patient, only their cooperation.


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