I was recently contacted by PaulF, who kindly asked our help on generating ideas on options that he may consider for his dear sister who was just diagnosed with stage 4 non small cell lung cancer two weeks ago.
On the same line as the post from Ergin, https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/your-contribution-needed-on-ovarian-cancer-story-from-ergin/ I would like to invite you if you could please share here ideas and experience that may be relevant for PaulF and his dear sister.
Off course, as the disclaimer is also stating, this website is not intended to offer medical advice but to try and get together as much collective knowledge as possible, so that finally, together with our medical doctor we make informed and successful decisions regarding our treatment strategies.
Here is the message from PaulF:
My sister was just diagnosed with stage 4 non small cell lung cancer two weeks ago. She had been having trouble breathing for about 6 months and then suddenly two weeks ago could not breathe at all. She went to ER locally and they did a chest x-ray and CT scan showing to Right lung almost collapsed due to the fluid in the chest cavity. They took off 1650ml of fluid and sent this to lab showing the entire R lung to be involved but no extension outside of the chest wall. She will have a PET scan tomorrow and then an oncology visit on Friday with a medical oncologist. I am hoping she can possibly use Keytruda or one of the other check point inhibitors. She prefers not to do chemo or radiation if possible. I have start her on multiple supplements at this time, which I will list below.
Curcumin 3g daily
Black Cumin seed oil
Quercetin 3g daily
ALA 600mg daily
Vit C lipsomal 2g daily
Vit D 8000iu daily
Green Tea Extract
Do Terra essential oils DDR Prime and Frankincense
Iodine 12.5 mg daily
Proton Pump Inhibitor Omerperazole
She is also doing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide food grade with a nebulizer.
These are more support supplements at this time and I am really wanting something to actually fight the cancer. Any suggestions directly for lung cancer would be most helpful I see a lot of re-purposed prescription meds, but not sure which would be most helpful at this time. Due to just Medicare she doesn’t have the ability to travel.