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AbidingToday
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My mother has stage 4 NSCLC adenocarcinoma. We’ve been keeping it under control with off-label drugs and supplements. However, in the last two months, the lymph nodes around her neck have become hard, and are growing large, almost all of them. Oncologist hasn’t suggested anything since she isn’t on any traditional treatment right now. He doesn’t think it’s lymphoma, but lung cancer metastases. It’s so bad now that it feels like a vice around her neck. A node is pressing on an ear and it’s numb. It’s growing fast. We are so lost on how to stop this. I feel like drastic measures will need to be taken soon but I have no idea what they will be. I need some advice on where to start with this, please.


   
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Posted by: @abidingtoday

My mother has stage 4 NSCLC adenocarcinoma. We’ve been keeping it under control with off-label drugs and supplements. However, in the last two months, the lymph nodes around her neck have become hard, and are growing large, almost all of them. Oncologist hasn’t suggested anything since she isn’t on any traditional treatment right now. He doesn’t think it’s lymphoma, but lung cancer metastases. It’s so bad now that it feels like a vice around her neck. A node is pressing on an ear and it’s numb. It’s growing fast. We are so lost on how to stop this. I feel like drastic measures will need to be taken soon but I have no idea what they will be. I need some advice on where to start with this, please.

Sorry to hear of this @abidingtoday. I think you mentioned your mother's oncologist wanted to treat her cancer with keytruda but you didn't like this treatment option? Has she had any treatment recently other than off-label drugs and supplements?

Regardless of the answers to the above, your mother's cancer is probably metastasizing further. When there's metastasis people often look for a new tumor that has a certain size but ofthen that's not the case. It becomes a matter of many tiny cancers suddenly growing. I don't say this to scare you, but so you understand. In another thread (today) I posted a combination of supplements and drugs that IMO would probably also be of use to your mother. 

You have to look beyond the terminology now, it doesn't matter what people call it, lymphoma or whatever. 

 

 

 

 


   
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I really need to address something, and it's called ambiguity. 

In the following picture there's none:

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Some people, including you, are following the advice of people who are selling treatments based on ...ambiguity. Mr. Tippens claims he "cured" himself with FBN but forgets to mention he was on Keytruda. Mrs. Jane "cures" herself with her own cocktail of repurposed drugs but tries very hard so people don't realize the effect other treatments had on her survival.

And now she sells $97 courses.

 

 

 


   
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It's what it is ...


   
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AbidingToday
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thank you @johan. Can you share the link to the other thread, I couldn’t find anything when I searched earlier.


   
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AbidingToday
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Also, are you saying to just get go ahead and get chemo or Keytruda? I want to understand…


   
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@johan if someone is already taking Honopure, what would be a good brand of Magnolol to add, and how much of each did you use in your personal experience with your father in law?


   
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@johan if someone is already taking Honopure, what would be a good brand of Magnolol to add, and how much of each did you use in your personal experience with your father in law?

Hi, I included a link to a magnolol product on my blog, here's that page https://synergiesforcancertreatments.blogspot.com/p/honokiol.html. You'll find suggestions on dosage on there as well.

Note I never had to use it, my father in law had a glioblastoma in 2002, the study I mentioned above was from 2016. 

 

 


   
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Also, are you saying to just get go ahead and get chemo or Keytruda? I want to understand…

I just wanted to point out that following the advice of people who are dishonest might be a bad strategy. It's really hard for me to point this out to you or anyone, but the truth is that you are interfering with your mom's treatment based on advice from someone who's dishonest. That doesn't mean some of the things Jane M writes about could be good treatment options, it's just that you have to be very careful, especially if you're delaying or excluding treatment options your mother's oncologist recommends.

 


   
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@j she would have considered chemo and immunotherapy earlier but her doctor barely looked at or gave attention to the lymph nodes. She is considering it now but the process of figuring out what is in the nodes is taking a long time.


   
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Suggested therapeutic dosage: 0.5 - 3 grams Honokiol per day and in divided doses, for at least 14 days cycles. Magnolol: titrate 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, 1:1 e.g 1 gr Honokiol with 0.25 gr Magnolol (4:1)

 

@johan from your site (above) - unclear to me - how long is a titration? Should this combo only be given for 14 days max? Then wait how long?


   
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Suggested therapeutic dosage: 0.5 - 3 grams Honokiol per day and in divided doses, for at least 14 days cycles. Magnolol: titrate 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, 1:1 e.g 1 gr Honokiol with 0.25 gr Magnolol (4:1)

 

@johan from your site (above) - unclear to me - how long is a titration? Should this combo only be given for 14 days max? Then wait how long?

Hi, I propose - it is all experimental - at least 14-day cycles, not max. For example 3 weeks on, then a week off. I'd start at a 4 to 1 ratio (hono-mag), check for any negative or unwanted effects and if all is good then gradually increase the dose of both substances.

For example, week 1 start with 1 gr Honokiol + 0.25 gr Magnolol (4:1). Week 2, 1 gr Honokiol + 0.50 gr Magnolol (2:1). Week 3, 2 gr Honokiol + 0.7 Magnolol (3:1).  Week 4 1 gram Honokiol + 1 gram Magnolol (1:1). 

 


   
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@abidingtoday

Check out this study "Tumors might grow faster at night", @jcancom posted about this idea before and recently I read about a Dutch soccer coach who had RX treatment during the night for his cancer (could be for other reasons but caught my attention). 

 


   
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