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patg

Registered: 06/20/04
Posts: 315
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Hello All,

It's been a long time since I was here.  My computer crashed and somehow when I got it fixed I never got back here.  I'm happy to see some of the same faces that were here when I was here last.   Hello again everybody.

I have a friend whose husband has metastatic prostate cancer.  It's in his bones.  I'm trying to encourage her and have talked to her some about nutrition.  I told her my story (eight year survivor of stage IIC ovarian cancer) - told her not to listen to the doctors who pronounce doom on them - and to believe that they can make a difference in his outcome.  I don't know him, but when I see him he seems upbeat and she tells me he's already doing a lot nutritionally to help himself.  She said he's turning green with all the fresh greens she's feeding him. 

Anyway, I mentioned curcumin to her and she hadn't heard of it.  I know, Bernie, that you say this is a powerful anti-cancer agent, but I don't know how much you should be taking if you have active tumors.  I take it in an anti-inflammatory herbal combination - but I see it as precautionary for myself.  Any advice for me to give her?

Thanks.

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advincharles

Registered: 05/16/12
Posts: 72
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Just tell her to not to loose hope and also tell her to motivate her husband because in this crucial stage almost every single person looses hope, tell her to get some Goji cherry fruits for her husband. It will destroy cancer cells from any part of body.

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