My Renal Carcinoma

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Morry W/Renal Carcinoma
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Date Joined Mar 2013
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   Posted 3/23/2013 11:48 AM (GMT -7)   
Request to anyone on this system that can give me good answers concerning my Renal Carcinoma.


I was diagnosed in July of 2011

I have opted to treat myself using Alternative means. I started the Budwig Diet and used that for about a year, and then switched to a product called "Protocel23" which had a 4 chapeter writup in the book "Outsmart Your Cancer".



I feel that I am doing the right thing, I have had about 4 scans, Ultra Sounds which have shown little change in the Tumor in my right kidney.



I really felt that I was making real progress, and at this point I still think I am, but my last Creatinine blood revealed a 3.03 reading which was higher than previous readings. I visited my nephrologist Friday 3/22 and hw kind of scared me a little bit, when he stared talking about dialysis, and his report showed 3.03 Creatinine, and a letter from him today states that I am stage 3. I feel great and that worries me somwhat.



When I got home I found on the computer that one can lower the Creatinine by almost giving up meats and fish protein, and drinking a lot of water. I mmediately started that program and will almost be eating like a Vegan. I am hoping that my subsequent bloods will show lower Creatinine!



I am hoping that out of all the thousands that write in that there will be someone who has had a very similar experience, and has survived.



I don't want to have to go the route of dialysis!



Those of you that have something that would be of interest to me, please send it to.



In the subject line, please put in bold caps, "MORRY'S CANCER" that should catch my eye and I won't miss something I need.



I am looking forward to some helpful experinces.



Morris Johnson


Morris, I had to edit your email info from the post as per forum rules. Please add it to your profile so registered members can see it. Thank you for your understanding.

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toms62
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   Posted 6/8/2013 6:50 AM (GMT -7)   
I  am a 64 yr old white male who just got diagnosed with what is about a 1/2 inch carcinoma. I found out through a cat-scan for diverticulosis. Very fortunate (I guess to have that done). Since the tumor is so small my urologist said that a few years ago it would not have even been picked up on scans. He also said that these tumors are fairly slow growing. Regardless, I am being aggressive and will get this behind me as soon as possible.
 
I will see a radiologist and consider Radiofrequency Abilation. A needle is inserted into the tumor and radiofrequency actually cooks the tumor and destroys it. If I don't think this is what I want I will consider Laproscopic Surgery to have that portion of that kidney removed.
 
If you are at Stage 3 you should consider having that Kidney removed. Just a short time ago many people who had any carcinomas had that kidney removed.

ElPasoRudy
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   Posted 7/3/2013 11:02 AM (GMT -7)   
I was just diagnosed with a 1.8 x 2.5 centimeter soft tissue mass on my right kidney. Doctor is not inclined to biopsy it. Says it probably is cancer. Wants to remove part the kidney. The other option is to wait six months and take another look at it. I'm inclined to have the surgery. I am 66, overweight, but in reasonably good health. Cancer survivor. Had prostate cancer surgery in 2006. What do you think?

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   Posted 7/12/2013 4:42 PM (GMT -7)   
ElPasoRudy

My neighbor was born with only 1 kidney and had to have part of that kidney removed due to cancer. This was about 3 years ago and he is doing quite well.

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nvrthesame98
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   Posted 7/14/2013 4:37 AM (GMT -7)   
People live quite well with one kidney. Im inclined to believe that "waiting to see " ends up wasting precious time that could have been used healing.

Were it me and I would still have a fairly healthy kidney left I would get the cancerous one removed and sooner rather than later before it has a chance to infect anything else.

Just my opinion.
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