Thu, 08/08/2019 - 05:14
My freind is diagonised with cancer and in early stage she realise that. She decided to go with Ayurveda treatment. Ayurveda treatment shows their result slowly and after 1 year she is now well.
Reply # - August 8, 2019, 06:34 AM
Ajurveda cancer treatment
GRACE Community Outreach Team
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has a page with plenty of information on Ajurveda therapy: https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/integrative-medicine/herbs/ayurveda Currently there is no clinical evidence that such treatment is effective against cancer. Jim C Forum Moderator
I discovered GRACE when my wife was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2008. After finding so much authoritative information here, I became a forum moderator and now serve as part of the GRACE Community Outreach Team.
Reply # - January 18, 2022, 03:40 AM
Well, I don’t know, guys …
Well, I don’t know, guys ... To be honest, I don’t really trust this particular treatment option. For me, it is quite unusual. I think it's worth sticking to traditional cancer treatments. Moreover, there are many options for how this can be done. For example, I took the drug https://www.fenbenlab.com/product/fenbendazole-capsules-222mg/. He helped me a lot in his time. By the way, as far as I know, it also helps against various infectious diseases that are in your body. I wish everyone never get sick!
Reply # - January 18, 2022, 11:58 AM
Hi Gennwoj, Like Jim said…
Like Jim said there isn't any real data supporting Ayurveda treatment to cure cancer. I just deleted a couple of posts one was mine they were about art therapy for depression which has been studied and proven beneficial. I deleted it because I realized the link was an advertisement. Maybe one day there will be a much simpler, cheap, and effective cancer treatment.
All the best,
I joined GRACE as a caregiver for my husband who had a Pancoast tumor, NSCLC stage III in 2009. He had curative chemo/rads then it was believed he had a recurrence in the spine/oligometastasis that was radiated. He's 10 years out from treatment.
Reply # - March 7, 2022, 08:45 AM
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