Post # 1
So I’m in the states, and I’m doing some research. I feel it’s being somewhat thwarted by my location. I went to Google to try to change it, and it makes me pick a location in the United States… I changed it on Yahoo and it lets me, but when I do a search, it still brings up stuff for the states.
So I was wondering if you could do a search for me?
Can you do a web search for “alternative cancer treatment centers” or “successful cancer treatment” or something of those likenesses, and please link me the first like 5 sites?
Thank you =)
Post # 3
Can you try http://www.google.com.au ? That should bring up Australian sites as a priority. What area are you looking at and what sort of treatment facility?
Post # 6
I got mostly the same as @pink lantern: except for
Can I ask why you want the information. It is just from experience (I have cancer) everyones cancer is different, everyones treatment is different and everyones wants for treatment are different. There are a lot of quacks out there that have no scientific basis for their claims which is something to consider when looking at alternative medicine.
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Post # 8
thank you everyone! =)
@LadyElva: Just trying to see the different results at the moment. Not sure what type of facility to be looking for just yet
@j_jaye: I’m sorry about your situation =(
Um… Kind of. My dad has been in remission from lymphatic cancer for a few years now. He just went for a PET scan (first time in two years), and he has a 3cm by 5cm mass in his abdomen. So… major huge concerns =( They want him to have specific blood tests before they’ll allow a biopsy -_- So we don’t know for sure of anything yet, and won’t until probably after New Years… but so far, it doesn’t look awesome. He’s pretty opposed to the majority of conventional cancer treatment for/from a lot of reasons/research/family experience. The man qualifies for Mensa (just didn’t want to pay the fees, haha), and I’ve never found him to be wrong on pretty much anything, so I’m going to at least support his further research.
He may opt for surgery if necessary, but he’s very reluctant because of the high and continually rising infection risks around. His dad died in the hospital after surgery from cancer about 7 years ago (he survived a surgery that had about a 70% fail rate for middle-aged adults, and the man was about 90 years old… but after 4 months in the ICU, multiple infections, including MRSA, was actually what killed him).
So… if you have any info, I’d very much appreciate it =)