Do you or anyone you know have cancer?

United States
March 5, 2009 3:25pm CST
Do you or anyone you know have cancer and you feel you are dying from it? If you are there are natural ways of getting rid of cancer and curing it. If you want to know about natural ways to heal your body and get rid of cancer, this is what you can do. Go and google search: 1.) natural cancer cure 2.) cancer cure 3.) get rid of cancer naturally 4.) heal your body from cancer naturally So do you have cancer or know anyone who has had cancer and has healed it and got rid of it by natural means? Are they 100% cured of Cancer now?
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11 responses
• Australia
5 Mar 09
Hi, Yes I know people who has cancer or has cancer before and is cured now... There is this lady (grandma age) that I know from when I was a kid... she got cancer up to stage 4 I think.. but she is now healthy and totally cured. I think the main cure for her is because she has such a positive outlook on life and also she has faith in God to heal her. Recently one of my friend also has a cancer... in his stomach. Found out that it is quite rare for this type of cancer to attack a guy in his 20s... usually this type of cancer are found in old peoples... Anyways he is still doing the chemo now and I think he is getting better :) Cancer cells are in everyone's body, but normally it is not activated... but for those people that got their cancer cell activated then ... they will have cancer. The main thing that activate the cancer cell is stress, depression, anger and all those negative feelings :)
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@rymebristol (1786)
• Philippines
14 Mar 09
my fiance had cancer of the blood also known as LEUKEMIA, also the boyfriend of my friend had LEUKEMIA as well. sad to say they both passed away a day apart from each other. i don't think that there are really any natural way of curing cancer of any form, cancer is a fatal ailment and chemotheraphy or transplant is/are the last resort to surpassed such ailment. but if there are really a natural way of curing totally cancer then that would be very helpful especially to those who don't have the ability to consult or undergo expensive treatment and surgeries.
• Malaysia
17 Mar 09
Why don't you try Transfer Factor.I don't know whether it is being sold in your place.It is a kind of food supplement.
@dowie27 (45)
21 May 09
Yes I had cancer. I am now 17 and was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leaukaemia(ALL) when i was 7 years old. I had to have chemotherapy and whick lasted i think 3-5 years. I wasn't really aware of what ws happening as i was so young but as i grew older i started to understand. having Leaukaemia didn't really phase me at all , i was young and wasn't put off by anything. I still visit the Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital now every year for my regular check-up to be on the safe side. Having Leaukaemia has completely changed my outlook on life, even though im only 17 i have grown up a hell of a lot and realised that i am one of the more furtunate who survived the disease- alot of my friends didn't. I don't take anything for grandted and make the most of every moment i live. I regularly fundraise for CCLASP( Childrens Cancer And Leaukaemia Advice And Support For Parents) to help make those children suffering now a little more 'comfortable' by organising events for the kids. CCLASP have there own website and can be found at cclasp.net if you'd like to check it out. Im A Cancer Survivor:D
• Malaysia
17 Mar 09
I have cancer... colon cancer stage 3.I've done 3 chemotheraphy and need another 3.I don't feel like dying because the important thing is your inside spirit must be strong.Relax and don't think about the cancer.Get rid off it from your mind..
• Iceland
6 Mar 09
Cancer is really a very very bad problem.I have seen many people suffering from cancer.
@orochi (318)
• Denmark
6 Mar 09
well yes i do now someone who has cancer but she is not really doing anything besides what the doctors tell her to do since they ar testing a new way of curing cancer
@zhuhuifen46 (3484)
• China
6 Mar 09
Your reference must be very useful for people suffering from cancer. In Shanghai, there is a cancer association organized by the patients themselves. They have regular meetings, have mutual visits, take exercises and exchange experiences. They went to Beijing for the 2008 Olympics last year. I really appreciate their tough will and positive outlook. When in difficulty, I often think about people in much severer situtation, say the disabled, the cancer patients, etc.
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
No I do not have cancer.
@anaknitatay (1335)
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
I know someone who uses holistic or homeopathic medicine for her cancer. It's funny cause every time things get bad her "homeopathic doctor" would always shift back to mainstream medicine. - lol!
@LaurenInLA (2271)
• United States
6 Mar 09
Someone very close to me passed away from lung cancer 4-1/2 years ago. At the time, he was engaged to a woman who ran a non profit foundation that proposed using a combination of alternative health treatments along with traditional medical treatments for cancer. Unfortunately, none of that worked for him and I would strongly encourage everyone to go through traditional medical cures.
@benny128 (3621)
5 Mar 09
one of my family friends has a cat 5 brain tumour not good defo wouldnt wish this on anyone. So will defo ahve a search for a few of the things that you mentioned as anything that may or may not help is defo well received.