I am very blessed that I got rid of my cancer since the doctors told me I would not live. They just don't know me very well I guess. That was many years ago and I am still cancer free. I continually look for new things that help me do that. The past few months I have friends who have lost their loved ones to cancer and it is devastating to them and their families and friends. I also have good friends that are dealing with the after effects of Chemotherapy. I also talk to alot of people who ask for my help as to what I did to get rid of my cancer and how I keep it away. I have helped many I believe so that is a blessing to me.
I talked to a girl yesterday who has cancer, no insurance, doesn't even know what kind she has because she can't afford to go to the doctor, has two little girls, but has been doing many of the same things I did posted on this blog. She has been on Colonel Joe's diet, and Raspex powders which I take daily and other things. I have not been able to get her out of my mind since we talked. I was lucky to have insurance and Rena Davis, Holistic Specialist who helped me - but to be in her situation I just can not comprehend what she must be going thru.
I was working early this morning and a news show came on about New Cancer Research that could replace Chemotherapy Treatment. It is called IMMUNOTHERAPY - the Doctor on the show talked about the successes they are having with this treatment and how it is saving lives from those not having to go thru Chemotherapy. Immunotherapy involves the use of a person’s own immune system to treat an infection or disease.
So I started researching this - and my links are below for those that want to read about it. If you have know someone who has cancer please forward to them. There are Clinical Trials that they need people to be a part of as listed at the end of this article with a link to find Clinical Trials in your area. This is very exciting news.
Read More about it here:
and here from The American Cancer Society
Researchers hail new cancer treatment: Unlocking the body's immune system
Not all cancers have been approved yet but there are Clinical Trials you can be a part of and I have put the links below to the info.
If you know someone who has cancer please forward to them - It may save their life.
About Clinical Trials
Cancer immunotherapy clinical trials are critical to bringing new and potentially lifesaving treatments to more patients with more types of cancer, and may represent the greatest hope for patients currently facing the disease. Many patients, however, are not aware of opportunities to participate in clinical trials and may find it difficult to identify trials that may be appropriate for them. This section is designed to educate patients about the basics of clinical trials, why clinical trials are so critical to our work, and things to consider about enrolling, as well as to assist patients in finding clinical trials for which they may be eligible.
- Only 4 active immunotherapies have been approved for cancer, meaning that hundreds of other new and promising cancer immunotherapy treatments are only available to patients in clinical trials. Participating in clinical trials of these therapies may be the most promising option for cancer patients today, and will be critical to speeding the development and approval of new drugs for more patients in the future.
- Only 2% to 3% percent of cancer patients who are eligible for clinical trials participate; this slows the clinical development process significantly, and means that more than 95% of cancer patients may be missing out on potentially lifesaving new treatments.
- Many patients are not aware of clinical trials because their doctors do not inform them about these opportunities. We encourage patients to educate themselves about clinical trials, as well as to use our Cancer Immunotherapy Clinical Trial Finder to be matched with clinical trials for which they might be eligible, and to talk with their doctors about participating.
The doctor was asked about this therapy for those that cancer runs in their family that the vaccines may be available to you in the near future. That is exciting news too.
I will post more about this in the coming days. Have a great Sunday.