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Bovine Cartilage was posted 11/02/1997 10:29 pm by Linda
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The literature on bovine cartilage does not make the claim that it has an anti-angiogenesis effect as for shark cartilage. Rather, it is said to boost the immune system. Go through old archives to find messages from Carlos. His dad is taking shark cartilage (inoperable PC, 6 mm tumor) and is back to work as a tennis pro, playing tennis 6 hours a day. Diagnosis in March. His last CT scan, June 97, showed the tumor had shrunk by half, but he was due to have another scan before long. Suzanne, on this list, is treating her mother with SC. My sister, Nola, took shark cartilage, but complications with blockages prevented her from getting it consistently enough, and we just recently gave up treating her with alternative methods and are just treating the pain. If you would like Nola's regimen, write me: porwest @carlsbadnm.com.

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