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alternatives was posted 10/30/1999 03:16 am by jerry
E-mail Address: jsbrown@sssnet.com

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That's what I can't figure out to save my life.Everyone can see by statistics that PC patients 99.9% die within 5 years,but they would rather put all of their faith in chemo.Even the ones that have the whipple surgery are in the same statistics.I was the same way,but I was luckie enough my wife took charge.The first thing she did was get me working on a healthy diet to keep my liver healthy as possible,this way if the chemo would work for me this is going to help increase the speed of the healing process.We worked through a local nutritionst,the best in the area.If your liver is getting the right fuel mixture it is going to preform,if you didn't catch it too late in the disease.If you can catch it in time hopes are your liver can still rebuild it's self.I have found that with FReds Vitamins my acid problems have deminished considerably.The worst times I have with acid now is during chemo,and 48 hrs after for a 24 hr period.If your acid levels are not ballanced the acids are goind to destroy most of what you consume,consequences bad fuel for the liver.I have been on chemo so long I have withdrawel symptoms if I don't get my fix every week.Other than that life is sure looking better every day.My life is getting closer to normal everyday,what more can you ask for.I am not trying to boast,I am stateing facts as I live them.You have to be determined,nothing is for free unless you are a politician. Peace

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