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My mother in law works at a store....anyway...today, a an older lady had walked in....and asked where she could find the bed rails....


she said her grandson was scared he was going to fall off the bed....

she asked why?

the lady explained that 2 months ago....her 6 yr old grandson started getting headaches and runny nose.....and they took him to the doctor....nothing...they just said it was a cold....

anyway...then he started throwing up....and eventually they took him to the emergency room....they said he had a virus or something....then he continued throwing up and had palsy on one side of his face....like a stroke victim....

they took him to Texas Children's hospital....the nurse said...can you walk in a straight line for me....he couldn't....

she knew he had a brain tumor.....they did some catscans and other stuff....anyway....found out he had a rare brain tumor....they said there's nothing they can do about it.....
they said to prepare yourselves...because he is probably going to die soon....

anyway....just breaks my heart....tears it out.....

does natural medicine or chinese medicine offer anything for brain tumors?
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That is a very sad story limitme, my thoughts and prayers are with the boy. There are many things which are recommended to shrink tumors, starting with something as simple as vitamin C. I don't know of the severity of this child's brain tumor, and I'm hoping that someone here can give more specifics on a treatment for him. I commend you for trying to help, don't give up hope.
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Well, you need to find out if it is cancerous or not. Some tumors are not and can be removed. Sometimes even cancerous ones are successfully removed.

What can be done in the alternative realm all depends on the willingness and intelligence of the parents... the choices they make will determine much of the outcome
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Well, you need to find out if it is cancerous or not. Some tumors are not and can be removed. Sometimes even cancerous ones are successfully removed.

What can be done in the alternative realm all depends on the willingness and intelligence of the parents... the choices they make will determine much of the outcome
yes...it was malignant....which is also why it was growing so fast....
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At this point considering that cancer needs an acidic oxygen poor environment to thrive and grow I wonder if using a hydrogen peroxide and/or a baking soda treatment might be worth a try.
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At this point considering that cancer needs an acidic oxygen poor environment to thrive and grow I wonder if using a hydrogen peroxide and/or a baking soda treatment might be worth a try.
I'm nearly done with my health quest regarding your question. Check it out. http://www.natmedtalk.com/blog.php?u...ogcategoryid=9 Let me know what to add, or where I might have gone wrong. I have a blog here on Natural Medicine talk. Here is the introduction. http://www.natmedtalk.com/blog.php?b=111

And here is a summary of all the posts, if you don't want to wade through the confirming evidence. http://www.natmedtalk.com/blog.php?b=120

It was already a tiring and time consuming exercise with a lot difficult for me to read articles. But I'm really open to suggestions. I only have a little more to do. Bottom line is that the baking soda trick does not work with all cancer forms.
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At this point considering that cancer needs an acidic oxygen poor environment to thrive and grow I wonder if using a hydrogen peroxide and/or a baking soda treatment might be worth a try.
Another thing about this baking soda treatment MS, is that it may not cross into the brain. The brain is very protective. Cesium might, but even cesium does not work with some cancer forms. For example, cesium put more alkaline directly into the cells, but leukemic cells like to keep a higher alkaline than other cells. It would make them proliferate. I think it would be worth a try, but I'll bet the doctors would not.
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Another thing about this baking soda treatment MS, is that it may not cross into the brain. The brain is very protective. Cesium might, but even cesium does not work with some cancer forms. For example, cesium put more alkaline directly into the cells, but leukemic cells like to keep a higher alkaline than other cells. It would make them proliferate. I think it would be worth a try, but I'll bet the doctors would not.
so, baking soda is probably not the way to go?

the sad part is...I don't even know this little boy's name...I don't even know his grandmother's name....

he has only prayers now....
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The brain tumor is most likely a fungal growth, and can be removed with minimal damage.

The problem is that the operation will be followed up by several radiation "treatments", and then six months to a year of chemo "treatments".

The "treatments" are what will cause severe damage, from hormone issues to problems with hearing and thus balance, to being mentally challanged.

Once the medical system gets their hooks on this kid there is nothing that can be done. This is like going to the hospital with severe heart disease... good luck on being able to leave.
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Wow pinball, your last statement speaks so powerfully! I love it.
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That is an absolutely horrible story. In his book The Complete Guide to Chi Gung, the author Daniel Read writes about a qigong clinic in China that uses qigong exclusively (no medicine, herbs, acupuncture, etc) and has a phenomenal 70% cure rate. He went on to say that when Western medicines are introduced such as radiation or chemo, that the qigong is useless.

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That is an absolutely horrible story. In his book The Complete Guide to Chi Gung, the author Daniel Read writes about a qigong clinic in China that uses qigong exclusively (no medicine, herbs, acupuncture, etc) and has a phenomenal 70% cure rate. He went on to say that when Western medicines are introduced such as radiation or chemo, that the qigong is useless.
That is certainly an astute observation tcguy. Society is destroying itself a much as it is the planet. The mainstream medical world is not the only fault. We are pigs. Electromagnetic fields probably come into play. Uncontrolled pesticide use as well.
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We are pigs.
I just thought that this needed to be re-read!
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