Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Drmplant wrote: 19 Feb 2019, 14:00
kandscreeley wrote: 02 Jan 2019, 11:26 Both! I've already determined, due to prior experiences with modern medicine, that if I got cancer, I would NOT get chemo. I know of several natural treatments that I would try. This would definitely be something that I would stick into my treatment sack.
I agree with you 100%. I wouldn't just try one thing if I were diagnosed. I would throw everything I have ever learned at it. I would change my diet, remove toxins from my house and try different supplements. I am still on the fence about Chemo. I honestly can't say what my decision would be until truly faced with that decision. I now know of several natural treatments that can assist chemo, so I just might choose to do both.
I know I would not go with chemo.
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I would definitely use these extracts for preventative purposes first. But I would absolutely not rule out using them for an actual cancer diagnosis either.
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I use herbs and other alternative options in order to prevent cancer and I would certainly try everything if I was diagnosed with cancer, before resorting to conventional treatments and methods. On the lighter side, I think the quote attributed to Spock from Startrek is relevant concerning doctors from the conventional medical side, "Do you take advice about your health from the same people that profit from your ill health?!"
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I think i would use them as preventatives rather than for treatment.
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FictionLover wrote: 01 Jan 2019, 18:36 In Winning the War on Cancer, Sylvie Beljanski describes the results she has seen when cancer patients use her father's extracts from the Pao Pereira tree and the Rauwolfia vomitoria plant. Would you consider using these botanical preparations as recommended in the Bonus section of the book?

If yes, how would you use them? As a preventative, or as a cancer treatment?
I think that I would do a combination. Chemotherapy has worked for my friend, but I've also seen the side effects and have also lost people when the chemo did not work. I would want to have a good chance at surviving, so I wonder if a combination of chemo and the extracts would be effective.
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I think I would stick with traditional medicine before alternative. However, if traditional medicine failed me, I might be willing to look for another option.
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Juliana_Isabella wrote: 25 Mar 2019, 16:29 I think I would stick with traditional medicine before alternative. However, if traditional medicine failed me, I might be willing to look for another option.

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I would take my doctor's advice first and foremost, but I would be open to trying new methods.
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yes I would
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Although I haven't finished read the book, the information about Beljanski's Cancer Protocol sounds like a promising option for persons who have certains types of cancer, or other illnesses. I think it would be unfair to say yes or no to the option of using Beljanski's Cancer Protocol before discussing various options with a doctor or doctors who specialize in the treatment of certain types of cancer.
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Definitely, one should give first chance to mother nature for curing us from any ailments. Man made medicines to be given second chance because even today humans are not cent percent sure if the medicines made by them will work.
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I would do a lot of research before deciding but if I already had cancer and there seem to be no negative side effects to trying it then there's no harm is there? Best case, it works. Worst case, you're no better or worse than you started
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Thank God, first of all, I am neither a cancer patient nor a survivor. I guess If I were any of these, I would not have used plant preparations to cure cancer unless it is an extraordinary medicine which has proved its effectiveness. I don't think this kind of medicines can cure deadly disease like cancer completely. I will go for an effective allopathy treatment.
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I would absolutely use the extracts and other remedies from this book and other sources. But I understand why people choose traditional treatments. We want to trust our doctors. My opinion, born of my experience with illness and injury, is that allopathy is very successful at a few things: emergency treatment, orthopedic surgery, and diagnostic testing. There is really no arguing with the fact that allopathy has not figured out cancer, chronic pain, or immune conditions. The doctors are well-meaning but they don't have the answer for treating cancer. Period. I would go for the holistic healing rather than the symptom masking, without hesitation.
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If I had cancer, I would try anything that might help.
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