11 responses

  1. sharon Newman
    March 11, 2013

    You have amazing courage and strength of character. I truly believe your
    body is in the process of healing itself. Believe in the process of healing!

  2. sharon Newman
    March 11, 2013

    Your courage is amazing for all you have been through! Send
    Lots of positives energy your way, as you await test results.
    Few people could have gone through all this with such courage!
    I admire you so much!

  3. Beth Barton
    March 12, 2013

    Joanne:

    I get inspiration from you and your struggle. I’ve written before…I am 50 and have cancer of the astrocytoma cells (in my brain). I’m doing well, so far. I am doing my atheist version of praying for you.

    Love, Beth

  4. Beth Barton
    March 12, 2013

    Joanne:

    I get inspiration from you and your struggle. I’ve written before…I am 50 and have cancer of the astrocytoma cells (in my brain). I’m doing well, so far. I am doing my atheist version of praying for you.

    Love, Beth

  5. Wendy
    March 13, 2013

    Love it Joanna! You have no idea how truly inspiring you are to me and I’m sure many others. You have an amazing gift and an amazing gift to share that gift of inspiration with others… Looking forward to MORE and MORE

  6. Maria
    March 15, 2013

    Your acceptance is such a beautiful thing. I love it. Have you heard of Johanna Budwig? She has a cancer diet. I thought you might like her name. And maybe her diet too.

  7. Sandra Baker
    August 31, 2013

    Hi, accidentally found your site. Your writing is so lovely I kept reading. I had to then jump over it quickly, as I am busy writing a series of papers about cancer. This is not your basic type if writing, but about how I (like you) was blindsided by my diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Me, who ate natural organic since 1970, took cold showers every day in the snow etc, I am 73 now. Never researched cancer. If so, I would have made a different decision. I would have had the operation, but never had cancer.
    My experience was very similar to yours. In the arm, in the abdomen. Then realized that if it came back, they just try more chemo. They can’t cure at that point, and their percentage of cures before that is pitiful also.
    I decided I needed to find options separate from traditional medicine.
    Your body can kill its own cancer. Traditional studies will never study a “diet.” But people are having positive results doing just that.
    I dont just believe what folks say-“-try this diet it works,” “you can heal by doing this.” I base my decisions on the human metabolism and how it works.
    I didnt see, during my quick scan of your blog, anything about diet.
    What I decided to do after I finished chemo, was the Gerson Therapy. It is not a “diet,” as such, but is an extremely strict protocol designed by Dr Gerson in the nineteen twenties. I have a practitioner , and I do regular labs. He watches carefully and fine-tunes.
    Medical people make fun of it, because it includes coffee enemas to massively detox the liver, as the 7 to 13 leafy green and carrot and green apple juices a day will start a tumor breakdown that needs to be flushed out continually. This is an alkaline diet (cancer cant live in an alkaline environment, and your chemo especially has made you very acidic, and if you are a meat eater, you were probably pretty acidic already.
    Anyway, the digestive system is let to rest, so no meat, dairy, rice, grains, seeds, nuts, fats, except for oatmeal, potatoes, vegies, a little fruit—–mostly. For two to three years. Very intense. Need to stick totally to protocol, including liver and pancreas extract and more—thyroid, iodine etc
    I have done a lot of research on why this works for more people than chemo does, and you feel better and better, not worse and worse.
    This was a bit verbose, but your story touched me. Sandra

  8. Sandra Baker
    August 31, 2013

    Hi, accidentally found your site. Your writing is so lovely I kept reading. I had to then jump over it quickly, as I am busy writing a series of papers about cancer. This is not your basic type if writing, but about how I (like you) was blindsided by my diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Me, who ate natural organic since 1970, took cold showers every day in the snow etc, I am 73 now. Never researched cancer. If so, I would have made a different decision. I would have had the operation, but never had cancer.
    My experience was very similar to yours. In the arm, in the abdomen. Then realized that if it came back, they just try more chemo. They can’t cure at that point, and their percentage of cures before that is pitiful also.
    I decided I needed to find options separate from traditional medicine.
    Your body can kill its own cancer. Traditional studies will never study a “diet.” But people are having positive results doing just that.
    I dont just believe what folks say-“-try this diet it works,” “you can heal by doing this.” I base my decisions on the human metabolism and how it works.
    I didnt see, during my quick scan of your blog, anything about diet.
    What I decided to do after I finished chemo, was the Gerson Therapy. It is not a “diet,” as such, but is an extremely strict protocol designed by Dr Gerson in the nineteen twenties. I have a practitioner , and I do regular labs. He watches carefully and fine-tunes.
    Medical people make fun of it, because it includes coffee enemas to massively detox the liver, as the 7 to 13 leafy green and carrot and green apple juices a day will start a tumor breakdown that needs to be flushed out continually. This is an alkaline diet (cancer cant live in an alkaline environment, and your chemo especially has made you very acidic, and if you are a meat eater, you were probably pretty acidic already.
    Anyway, the digestive system is let to rest, so no meat, dairy, rice, grains, seeds, nuts, fats, except for oatmeal, potatoes, vegies, a little fruit—–mostly. For two to three years. Very intense. Need to stick totally to protocol, including liver and pancreas extract and more—thyroid, iodine etc
    I have done a lot of research on why this works for more people than chemo does, and you feel better and better, not worse and worse.
    This was a bit verbose, but your story touched me. Sandra

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