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01-30-2009, 09:47
My mom has just started treatment, low dose oral Kemo and radiation (3D modeled low dose) on a stage 4 glial blastoma.

I am looking for success stories or just hope.

The Reaper
01-30-2009, 10:41
Prayers out for your family.


Red Flag 1
01-30-2009, 11:21

I wish the best for your Mom!! Chemo Therapy can make patients feel just awful. She will need all the support she can get.

PM to follow.

RF 1

01-30-2009, 12:07

My prayers are with you. My mom developed lung cancer at age 67. At one time was given very little time to live. Her will to fight and live, coupled with good medical care, family support, and prayer got her through for 8 more years.

01-30-2009, 12:46
I will keep your Mom in my prayers as well as the rest of the family, much strength and support! Be strong for her.

Blitzzz (RIP)
01-30-2009, 15:00
Velvet Antler is a product I highly recommend to all chemo recipients.
When I as on chemo I went immunosuppressed on the 2nd visit. I researched ways to increased my immune system and found this stuff in many reports.. I oedered some and from that time on I have never been suppressed again.
It's made from the felt from the Antlers of the red Elk of New Zealalnd. At about 45 dollars a bottle it is well worth the price to by that enhanced. I have been through Chemo twice and hey used 2.5 times the amount of the first and an additional chemo and I still waqsa not suppressed. I recommend 6 capsules a day while on chemo and about 3 or 4 when off chemo. TRUTH, Blitzzz (survivor)

The Brand is NATRAflex "Velvet Antler"

01-30-2009, 17:32
Prayers out for your mom and family, Sten...

01-31-2009, 14:54
Sten, Im sorry to hear your mother has this type of cancer. My mother developed Glioblastoma multiforme when she was about 46. One of the things my mom loved to do, and it was completely foreign to her, was Tai Chi. After the surgeries that she had to go through, these exercises gave her more control and gave her some peace. My prayers go out to you.