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    This IS The Cure For Cancer – The National Health Federation -

    this is the website of a company which has allegedly cured tens of thousands of people of cancer in over 15 years ... Big pharma have been lobbying and were successful in having the CEO, David Noakes, prosecuted. He was imprisoned. He has recently left prison on license with more than 7 serious illnesses. Big pharma wanted him imprisoned for 25 years.... making sure that their profitable anti-cancer drugs would continue to be the only "cure" for cancer sufferers. He now faces 12 years in a French Prison if the french apply for legal authority to arrest him and extradite him.

    There are dozens of research projects discussing this substance - which is a natural substance found in the body - and it could save 100,000+ lives per year. PubMed (research papers are published here) has many articles about this.

    Ian Crane's video interview - here - is long but well worth listening to. YouTube

    GCMath is the substance under investigation.

    GcMAF: A Potential Anti-Cancer Therapy?

    i would be really interested to have a discussion with anyone who is willing to watch/listen to these films. I have thought since the 1980's that NHS chemo therapy was not a good way to treat the dying. Penny Brohn who set up a Cancer Clinic in Bristol was castigated for daring to suggest that food and alternative therapies could be helpful....
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    I havn't watched the video but have read the article.
    On the face of it,, it sounds promising but, when you read about different protocols for treating cancer, they all do. I'll qualify that by saying that when I found out David had cancer, I read anything and everything that I could lay my hands on. There are so many possible cures and always someone for whom it's worked. Oxygen therapies and coffee enemas to name but two. I think that until they can be tested in a controlled clinical environment, they can only be used as a last hope for those where conventional treatment has stopped working, It would be amazing if they found something that works, cos I think chemo can be horrible, but perhaps without it, the outcomes may be worse. On the face of it, filling your body with something so toxic seems daft, but it does work for some. Oddly enough David is prescribed vit D3 daily. Makes you wonder,
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    Cannabis based drugs are now being used as an alternative to chemo and treat the affects of chemo. Since I started using cbd oil for Clinically Isolated Syndrome I’ve stopped taking prescribed medication and feel a lot better physically and mentally.
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    David Noakes will hopefully be prosecuted around the world for his money making scam, lets just hope he dies in prison.
    'Big Pharma'? how about the fact he made nearly £8million selling a unlicensed product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkslass View Post
    I havn't watched the video but have read the article.
    On the face of it,, it sounds promising but, when you read about different protocols for treating cancer, they all do. I'll qualify that by saying that when I found out David had cancer, I read anything and everything that I could lay my hands on. There are so many possible cures and always someone for whom it's worked. Oxygen therapies and coffee enemas to name but two. I think that until they can be tested in a controlled clinical environment, they can only be used as a last hope for those where conventional treatment has stopped working, It would be amazing if they found something that works, cos I think chemo can be horrible, but perhaps without it, the outcomes may be worse. On the face of it, filling your body with something so toxic seems daft, but it does work for some. Oddly enough David is prescribed vit D3 daily. Makes you wonder,
    We’ve just been to visit family and she is going to start chemo in about 3weeks and they have warned her she will be really ill with it,so as you say Sue it would be great if it did work
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    Having worked as a chemotherapy specialist nurse for over twenty years, I obviously have seen many people dealing with Chemo. Unfortunately the media promote the picture of " battling" and show vomitting, hairloss and other debilitating side effects as a matter of course. We used to have to frequently reassure people who were coping ok ,still working and still had hair, that every treatment is different and that side effects are not obligatory. Far more monoclonal antibodies and targeted therapies are available and used now, with fewer side effects as they don't obliterate all dividing cells. (good and bad). Treatments are being developed all the time, we treat far more early cancers effectively and can now treat some late stage cancers which were previously deemed terminal. Palliative care can be years now. I understand the frustration of patients who see " cancer cures" online but cancer is not "one disease" but a vast number so it is extremely unlikely that one treatment will "cure" them all.
    I have seen patients refuse treatment, take a "herbal" remedy and come back when it was too late to help. Obviously we didn't see those who had a "miraculous cure", but I have seen some supplements which seem to help. I am sure that elements of cannabis will prove to be effective and be used in the near future, but worry about the ability of shysters to profit without researching the products properly. The big pharmaceutical companies definitely need to be controlled as they are too powerful, but I don't see an alternative to good research.
    Will watch and read this article and give feedback. My instant reaction is that he is making money out of people's fear and that he should be offering it for research not making a profit out of it.
    Ps Vitamin D is depleted by chemotherapy especially colorectal treatments so many patients are given supplements to try and counteract the effects.

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    I can only add to RECs post and from my own experiences CKD has many causes one of which is cancer (Not in my case) sothe treatment plans are geared up to each individual

    I too have been prescribed Vit d supplements healthy kidney function normally assists, I also have Iron infusions and EPo injections both of which in terms of side affects differs from individual to individual

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    GcMAF: a story of exploitation and lies | Anticancerfund
    "Cancer cured for good?" – Gc-MAF and the miracle cure - Cancer Research UK - Science blog

    The "research" done to prove this drug was retracted and shown to be very poor. The patients ( less than 20 total) had already had or were having conventional treatment so the benefits were hard or impossible to point to GcMaf plus the researchers did not actually monitor the tumours being treated! I think the cancer research article is particularly relevant.
    There are many drugs coming now, which are properly researched and activate the immune system. I don't think this is one of them at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by REC View Post
    Having worked as a chemotherapy specialist nurse for over twenty years, I obviously have seen many people dealing with Chemo. Unfortunately the media promote the picture of " battling" and show vomitting, hairloss and other debilitating side effects as a matter of course. We used to have to frequently reassure people who were coping ok ,still working and still had hair, that every treatment is different and that side effects are not obligatory. Far more monoclonal antibodies and targeted therapies are available and used now, with fewer side effects as they don't obliterate all dividing cells. (good and bad). Treatments are being developed all the time, we treat far more early cancers effectively and can now treat some late stage cancers which were previously deemed terminal. Palliative care can be years now. I understand the frustration of patients who see " cancer cures" online but cancer is not "one disease" but a vast number so it is extremely unlikely that one treatment will "cure" them all.
    I have seen patients refuse treatment, take a "herbal" remedy and come back when it was too late to help. Obviously we didn't see those who had a "miraculous cure", but I have seen some supplements which seem to help. I am sure that elements of cannabis will prove to be effective and be used in the near future, but worry about the ability of shysters to profit without researching the products properly. The big pharmaceutical companies definitely need to be controlled as they are too powerful, but I don't see an alternative to good research.
    Will watch and read this article and give feedback. My instant reaction is that he is making money out of people's fear and that he should be offering it for research not making a profit out of it.
    Ps Vitamin D is depleted by chemotherapy especially colorectal treatments so many patients are given supplements to try and counteract the effects.
    Just to add a recollection from 35 years ago, when I first had chemo.

    There was another chap my age,

    but his job did not have any sick pay,

    he had his chemo and in between treatment sessions he used to go back to work,

    and he was a industrial welder !
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    Also another story, again from 35 years ago,

    some of the older chemo nurses used to have to mix the chemo chemical mix themselves,

    stories of it getting splashed on the ceiling etc.

    I can remember one nurse saying to me she hoped the splashes of chemical substances would have offered her some protection against cancer.
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