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Keshav94
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23/08/2019 10:15 pm  

Hi Daniel how r u i am keshav from india but last 6 years moved to New Zealand for better life. My parents are in india and unfortunately from last 4 months my mum is surviving with liver cancer and now she is in last stage according to the doctor and reports so doctor told to my day you have only few options if u want to try up to chemo therapy radiation and endoscopy and still they can’t make any promise that she can survive this therapy or can’t then my day just bring her home and from last 4 months she is eating homeopathic medicine if u heard about that starting this medicine was good but now pain increasing day by day and she can’t even eat enough to handle the pain but we did. Not tell her yet that what problem she have we just told her she suffering from liver swallow that’s all.  So now i read your all other studies about cancer and one of the solutions u wrote about  deworming pills ? which contains Fenbendazole and other one for humans i think was Mebendazole so i know u already explain you are not doctor but according to me what i think you more then a doctor who hold heaps of knowledge about cancer and very well know their results in some cases. So please guide me advice me or favour me but please give me or show me a path at least we can start any other medicine i from my feelings i feel like something really good wen i was scrolling on your website like believe me Daniel we have no any way nobody guiding us as my dad he is 65 years old can’t see much from his eyes but still struggling to get well soon his wife and my mother. I m going soon just waiting for some immigration inquiries..  i m sending u her scan report and blood test report latest can u please guess anything that where she is going now any chance to bring her back and she again normal i know its only happens if god do any miracle on her. But from my heart i respect u and your knowledge and your kindness the way you talking with everyone really calm as well..

NAME

PUSHPA RANI

AGE/SEX-60 Yrs/FEMALE

REF.BY

Dr.RAKESH SHARMA

DATED

-May 25,2019

MD C.E.C.T done for whole abdomen on(64 Slice with I.V.R)high resolution scanner after

giving oral,I/V&rectal contrasts with images subjected to coronal&sagittal reconstruction.

No adverse reaction was noted during or after the administration.

Findings:-

are normal.

Liver is grossly enlarged in size(Span=21 cm).IHBR are not dilated.Hepatic&portal veins

Gall bladder is normally distended and contains an intraluminal soft tissue mass

(20 X 23 mm)along the right posterolateral wall showing mild to moderate homogeneous

contrast enhancement.No calculus seen.GB wall outline is indistinct in this region with loss

of fat planes with liver.Adjacent hepatic segments IV&V shows irregular area of altered

density(predominantly hypodense)of approximate size 9X7 X 12 cm(AP X T X CC)

showing mild heterogeneous contrast enhancement.Multiple discrete well defined subtle

hyperdense S.O.Ls of varying sizes(largest 7 X 7 cm)are noted in both hepatic lobes

flexure are maintained.

showing mild heterogeneous contrast enhancement.Fat planes with duodenum and hepatic

Few portal,peripancreatic&aortocaval lymphnodes noted(Largest=24 X 18 mm).

C.B.D is within normal limits.

Pancreas is normal in size,outline&attenuation.No focal lesion seen.Peripancreatic fat

planes appear well preserved.No evidence of pancreatic duct dilatation seen.

normal.

Spleen is normal in size,outline&attenuation.No focal lesion seen.Spleno-portal axis is

hydronephrosis/calculus seen on either side.

Both kidneys are normal in size,outline and attenuation.No focal lesion seen.No

Urinary bladder is well distended&normal.

Uterus&both adnexa are normal. and this is blood report. IDa 154
Moden WBA11
Timet 2019-08-14 10
Namen PUSHPA RANI
Genderi Female Ages
Chart No.
Bed No.n
Dept.!
Parameter
Result
Ref.Ra
WBC
I
4.01
H
Lymph#
I
10.8 x 10~9/L
5.2 x 109/L
0.8
川id钟
0.9 x 10^9/L
0.1-
Gran#
4.7 x 10~9/L
2.0-7
Lymphz
H
48.4
20.0-40
Mid%
7.9
3.0-14
Gran%
L
43.7 %
50.0-70
HGB
L
8.3 q/dL
11.0-16
2-56 x10~12/L
3.50-5.

RBC
HCT
24.3 %
37.0-54
80.0-100
MCV
95.3 fL
32.4 pg
27.0-34
MCH
34.1 g/dL
32.0-36
MCHC
11.0-16
14.9%
RDW-CV
35.0-56
RDW-SD
H
56.8 fL
421 x 10~9/L
150-4
PLT
6.5-12
11.4 fL
MPV
9.0-17.
14.8
PDW
0.108-0.2
0.479 %..

i know my topic is big little bit or more big but these all my feelings that I described u. Hope and wish  asap i will get your answer and do something before its late thank you ? 

you are a legend <><><><><


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Keshav94
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23/08/2019 10:22 pm  

And as u know every day people give you advice so one advice was that start a 4life transfer factor and another is start Graviola fruit and and leaves asap and cancer will gone in few months but i did not find such a good feedback.. i  m just looking that anyone who has great knowledge about this disease will ask him nd finally i found Daniel by god grace... pls  guide me did not have proper sleep for few days and hours just keep googling and write down if found something new thank you... again Daniel  


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Daniel
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24/08/2019 1:06 am  

Hi Keshav, I am so sorry to hear about your mom and your stress related to that. I will respond as soon as possible - I will try tomorrow. Kind regards, Daniel


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Keshav94
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24/08/2019 3:21 am  

@daniel

Thank you ? i will wait for u its ok..  


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Daniel
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25/08/2019 9:39 pm  

@keshav94

Dear Keshav,

As promised, here is my response:

I do not know all the details on what is the oncologist proposing as treatment (chemo, surgery, others), so with the following I will try to give you some ideas that could help:

1. Angiogenesis is one of the most important mechanism to be addressed in HCC. Here is a list of articles that I wrote on substances that have anti angiogenesis properties https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/category/angiogenesis-inhibitors/

However, because the tumour is relatively large, if surgery is not considered at this point, I would consider to discuss with the doctor and start as soon as possible start Thalidomide. 

Thalidomide lead to very good results in some liver cancer patients. Here is an example: Thalidomide induces complete remission of advanced hepatocellular carcinoma https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2351979714000279   - the patient took 100mg/day. A few more examples are found in an article I wrote on Thalidomide https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/thalidomide-once-alleviate-morning-sickness-in-pregnant-women/

2. Liver Tumors can be addressed effectively with Trans Arterial Chemo Embolization (TACE). You can check that in your country, or you can contact Prof Thomas Vogl at Frankfurt University, explain the tumor status, size, etc. and ask if he is willing/able to treat. Every intervention costs about 4000 euro in Europe and it has to be done at least 4 times, one each month. It’s easy for the patient with no side effects as the chemo is given at the tumor location. https://radiologie-uni-frankfurt.de/institut/unser_team/index_ger.html email of the professor is "Prof. Dr. Thomas Vogl" [email protected]
Here is a patient that did such a therapy successfully in Romania https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/case-report-hepatocellular-carcinoma-hcc-successfully-managed-with-tace/  

There are many more reports in literature showing good response (complete remission of liver tumors) after TACE

3. Bisphosphonates such as Zoledronic Acid can lead to very good results in HCC: Metastatic Hepatocellular Carcinoma Treated With Zoledronic Acid https://ascopubs.org/doi/full/10.1200/JOP.2017.023770 I also wrote a post on Bisphospphonates https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/bisphosphonates/

This could be easy to implement by your oncologist.

4. Capecitabine metronomic could help https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/community/liver-cancer/sustained-complete-response-of-advanced-hepatocellular-carcinoma-with-metronomic-capecitabine-a-report-of-three-cases/#post-979

5. Inhibition of Citrate absorption and intracellular metabolization could be helpful in HCC http://www.jbc.org/content/292/33/13890 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170810173305.htm . On this line I expect that inhibition of mevalonate pathway will help to stop and kill liver tumors. Maybe this is why the case report cited above on Bisphosphonates was successful. On this line, I would focus on inhibition of melavonate pathway as described here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/cholesterol-lowering-statin-drugs-to-fight-cancer/

There is a lot to say, but the most simple, fast to implement with good chance of positive outcome, in my view, is Thalidomide and would add next to it Celecoxib as used by Dr. Hada in Japan https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/thalidomide-once-alleviate-morning-sickness-in-pregnant-women/  

Contact Dr. Hada to ask more details about implementation of Thalidomide. His contact details can be found at the link above.

The other one would be Trans Arterial Chemo Embolisation and/or Ablation.

A more extensive strategy, to address "metabolic mechanisms" and "cholesterol mechanism" would include the following:

Repurposed drugs:

1. Mebendazole or Fenbendazole
2. Metformin (and if possible Doxycicline)
4. Pitavastatin or Lovastatin https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/cholesterol-lowering-statin-drugs-to-fight-cancer/
5. Zoledtronic Acid
6. Canaglifozin https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/glucose-absorption-inhibitors-to-inhibit-tumor-growth/
7. Auranofin
8. Celecoxib
9. Hidroxycitrate (HCA)

Supplements:

1. Omega 3
2. Lycopene
3. Piperine
4. Curcumin
5. Milk thistle
6. Artemisia Annua

All should be discussed with a medically trained person as your mom may not do well with some. All thosuld be implemented step by step. All are discussed on this website in terms of dose (use search option). Interactions between all can be checked with the drug interaction checker listed here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/links/

I hope this helps!

Kind regards,
Daniel


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