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'Alternative' non-invasive treatments


Re: 'Alternative' non-invasive treatments

Hi @agavebeat ,

I guess you have finished your meds now? What did you choose to do next?

I am looking into additional therapies to support my orthodox treatment ( was on Palbociclib and letrozole now about to start fulvestrant while I await a genomic test for my cancer type. 
I will do a few sessions of oxygen, have had a personal prescription from Chris Woollams of Canceractive which has given me loads of supplements and nutrition advice. I am considering mistletoe but won’t do that immediately. 
I think the oxygen therapy for at least 3 sessions would be good to do. 
good luck and keep smiling!

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Re: 'Alternative' non-invasive treatments

Hi agavebeat,

Thank you for your post. I am sorry you haven't had any response yet. I am hoping my response will help our members to see your post and offer their advice. 

Please remember that for any clinical question our nurses are here and happy to talk things through. 

Sending you our best wishes.



'Alternative' non-invasive treatments

I have a single 2.7 cm liver met that has remained stable for the past 3.5 years with Faslodex and Tasilosib (a study drug). The study is coming to an end (I'm on my last round of meds, which I will be glad to be off). I believe in non-allopathic medicine, and wonder if anyone has either considered and/or tried any of the other non-conventional treatments (hyperbaric oxygen, IV Vit. C, hypothermia, etc. - there's a whole host of treatments offered by clinics in Mexico, and around the world, including Germany). Does anyone have any experience with these?

Thank you.