Monthly Archives: July 2010

change in treatment

Went to Moffitt Cancer Center yesterday. Said tumor had grown. Now have decided to go through chemo/rad. 5 week chemo regime and 6 week radiation. . I’m bummed. So thought the Cesium Chloride was working. I’ve read where if the … Continue reading

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Alternative cancer therapy

I am scheduled to have chemo/radiation appointments the 28th and 29th of this month. This is pending my tumor doesn’t shrink using Cesium Chloride/high alkaline diet. This week I have cheated more on my diet. Had a piece of chocolate … Continue reading

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College student

I am the proud parent of a FGCU student. Florida Gulf Coast University look out. Marissa chose her first four years of college here to study pre veterinarian. She has always wanted to be a veterinarian. I have no objections … Continue reading

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After researching the subject of anal cancer, I found out that it is most commonly caused by the HPV virus, a sexually transmitted disease. When I discovered this out,  it was pretty shocking.  I have been married to my husband … Continue reading

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when our immune systems become compromised

Although I started Cesium Chloride, I still felt that I needed to see a Radiation and Medical Oncologist (chemo doctor) as my back up plan. I needed to find out what their course of treatment would be. I first saw … Continue reading

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Cesium Chloride

I had worked with JJ for a number of years and during that time I heard much about Cesium Chloride. Apparently his father in law used Cesium Chloride to try and cure his bladder cancer. It worked and he is … Continue reading

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What next

In the first few days following my diagnosis I was fairly quiet. My family was very supportive and encouraged me that everything was going to be okay. That there was a high success rate for  curing anal cancer. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Finding out I have cancer.

Finding out I had cancer was something I never thought would happen to me. Finding out I had anal cancer was even more stunning. If I were going to get cancer, shouldn’t it be breast cancer?  My first words when … Continue reading

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