Alternative Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer with Photo-dynamic Therapy
One of our protocols can stop pancreatic cancer in days. We have had 3 pancreatic cancer patients and they were all pain free in 48 hours after we started our protocol, but in 2 cases there were bleeding complications.
Now that we are aware of this complication, we can pretreat the patients to prevent excessive bleeding, but ideally we should have angiography or a good ct / mri scan to show the extent of cancer involvement in the major blood vessels. If there is extensive venous involvement a portal vein or superior mesenteric vein resection with reconstruction may be required to prevent bleeding, minor involvement can be controlled with hemostatin.
Our protocol is the only one I know of that can stop pancreatic cancer so fast. We probably need to slow down the treatment so the vessels have time to heal.
The first time we treated pancreatic cancer was ten years ago. Our protocol was not as good as it is now, but even so we extended his life to 4 times maximum life expectancy. With our new protocol we can definitely stop it and control metastasis but have to be cautious about bleeding from killing the cancer too fast.
Bottom line is, pancreatic cancer is treatable with our protocol.
Let's discuss the other alternatives and do a comparison. First we should discuss chemo. The fact is, regardless of what an oncologist may have told you, Chemo does not work for pancreatic cancer. There are a few honest pancreatic studies out, but they are quite grim. The fact is pancreatic cancer does NOT respond to chemotherapy. If you have an oncologist recommending chemo for pancreatic cancer ask him / her to show you 3 independent studies with extended long term pancreatic cancer survival before you submit.. they can't, they don't exist, so be prepared for a lot of denial and anger.
A few years ago I attended the Australian Health and Medical Research as a presenter.
The presentation I was most interested in was pancreatic cancer, because it is nearly always fatal within a few months, and I was hoping they had come up with something new for pancreatic cancer.
There were very few pancreatic cancer presentations because most people are afraid to tackle pancreatic cancer due to the poor prognosis, but Peter Mac had a pancreatic cancer research presentation. It started with a cartoon of a pancreatic cancer patient, the doctor saying "You have pancreatic cancer so you only have a few months to live, but with chemotherapy we can make it SEEM like MUCH LONGER". I found that offensive, might be funny to an oncologist but not to a patient faced with pancreatic cancer.
He quoted the statistics, average survival of pancreatic cancer is six months, then he described their latest pancreatic cancer research, chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer. They divided the pancreatic cancer patients into a non-treated and a treated group, all with pancreatic cancer of the same stage.
In all they subjected over 180 pancreatic cancer patients to a "new" chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer for the balance of their lives, and announced that the chemotherapy extended pancreatic cancer survival by 7 days!! I don't know about you, but if I had pancreatic cancer I would rather enjoy six months sitting on a beach with a bottle of wine than suffer through six months and seven days of vomiting and being poisoned daily.
Actually if I had pancreatic cancer I would not do either of those options, I would set about controlling and eliminating it, which can be done with alternative treatments. We will cover alternative treatment for pancreatic cancer, but let's look at conventional first.
What about the famous whipple surgery?
Surgery is only considered an option in the earliest stage of pancreatic cancer, and even then the success rate is quit low.
Extracted from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2023937/
Pancreatic cancer remains a lethal disease. Although there are many reports on the survival rates of pancreatic cancer patients after surgical resection, the clinicopathological characteristics that influence long-term survival over 5 years remain controversial. Here, we clarify the favourable prognostic factors for long-term survival. One hundred and eighty-two patients with pancreatic cancer underwent surgical resections from 1981 to 1997 in our department. Among them, eight patients survived for at least 5 years after the surgery. Be aware, surgical resection is reserved for only the early stages of pancreatic cancer. Advanced or metastatic pancreatic patients never receive surgery, so this survival rate of about 5% assumes you are in the very early stage.
So what, if anything, can be done for advanced pancreatic cancer?
What we know and have already demonstrated with the links above is that surgery, chemo and radiation are as usual totally worthless, do more harm than good and virtually never are able to stop pancreatic cancer or even extend life considerably.
One of the things you must learn about survival stories is that it is always possible to find some survivors, and if you have treated 1,000 patients it is normal to have several impressive survival stories, but you must find out how many did NOT survive, and that is the weakness in the link above regarding long term pancreatic cancer survival with diet and pancreatic enzymes. You get a better picture of Dr. Gonzales work if you read this.
When you take into consideration the fact that of 11 patients only 4 have survived 3 years it is clear this is not a perfect treatment for pancreatic cancer.
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