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Todd1963
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   Posted 10/23/2008 7:00 PM (GMT -6)   
I am not sure of the spelling. I have read that cancer cannot grow in an alkalia environment. Is this true. What has anyone heard about this. How can a change in body chemestry be achieved

Swimom
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   Posted 10/23/2008 8:27 PM (GMT -6)   
Livingwith,

Eating a well balanced diet that includes plenty of green vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean meats, healthy fats and even a little dairy is the best way to keep the body's PH working at its best.
If it sounds familiar, this is pretty much a mediteranean sounding diet. Of course, water, reasonable excersise and relaxation techniques are the other keys. Good luck and stay active :>)

swim
 


divo
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   Posted 10/24/2008 9:02 AM (GMT -6)   
Living,,,,Also be sure to take extra Vitamin D3. for fighting cancer ....and also probiotics....which are very valuable in helping maintain the good flora in your stomach. It seems that medications and illness can disrupt the good bacteria in your stomach and colon. By taking good bacteria (not just in the yogurt), some time of probiotic capsule, you can help your digestive system get back to normal and you will feel so much better....Our doctor believes that probiotics help the immune system fight illness...You can get them at a heath food store. We take two every morning....They really work....You have to keep them in the refrigerator.....Diane
Husband Pete
dx Jan 2001 age 67 gleason 4 + 3 PSA 16.5
seed implant and conformal radiation Lupron from Jan 2001 to Jan2002
2005 Dec PSA began to rise from .5 to 8 within 6 months
Salvage surgery at MSK 9/06
Fistula operation 2/07 MSK
Many cystoscopies and ER visits with strictures
catheter for one year....Catheter taken out Sept 07..
Total Incontinence since then....
PSA .52 3/07
AUS Operation at MSK Sept 8. Dr. Sandhu
Waiting for activation October 28 2008


don826
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   Posted 10/24/2008 1:07 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Todd,

As a gout sufferer I have done some research on how to "alkalinize" the body. I tried this myself for awhile but just could not keep it up and I do not get attacks too often. The remedy was to take 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 10 ounces of water before each meal. Tastes like salty water and I do not know if there is any science behind this. Try a web search for gout and you will find other resources that talk about reducing the bodies acidity.

Take care,
Don
Diagnosed 04/10/08
Age 58
PSA 21.5 (first and only test resulted from follow up visit to emergency room for kidney stone. first time for kidney stone too)
Gleason 4 + 3
DRE palpable tumor on left side
100% of 12 cores positive for PCa range 35% to 85%
Bone scan clear
Chest x ray clear
CT scan shows potential lymph node involvement in pelvic region
Started Casodex on May 2 and stopped on June 1, 2008
Lupron injection on May 15 and every four months for next two years
PSA test on July 14, 08 after 8 weeks hormone .82
Started IMRT/IGRT on July 10, 2008. 45 treatments scheduled
First 25 to be full pelvic for a total dose of 45 Gray to lymph nodes.
Last 20 to prostate only. Total dose to prostate 81 Gray.
Completed IMRT/IGRT 09/11/08.
Second Lupron shot 09/11/08
Next PSA test by oncologist 03/09
 
 


KenW
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   Posted 11/6/2008 10:32 PM (GMT -6)   

Go to a health food store and ask for Buffer PH or something similar. I'm on it as I tend to go acidic.

Ken


Diagnosed with a Gleason 4X3. Second opinion at Stanford came back as 3X4, 1 out of 7 samples, Left Side. DRE showed Normal. Before Biopsy Psa gradually crept to 10. Dropped to 6.4 with Alt. suppliments.
Proton Beam Therapy at Loma Linda 11-06. 1st PSA 4 Months 3.4, PSA at 8 Mo. 1.7. - 1 Yr. PSA 1.8 ( Different Lab ) 4 th PSA Slightly up at 2.19- Free PSA at .33 probably due to BPH. 1 year and 11 mo. Urologist discovered Scar Tissue in the uretha causing frequent urination with burning. Bladder not emptying completely.
Scheduled ( 12/17/07 ) to have the scar tissue sliced to open up the restriction. Good news is PSA is down to 1.14.
Urethrotomy performed. Flow much improved. No more burning.
PSA bump to 3.1. being checked at 3 months now.
New test result 9/29 dropped to 1.03.


Todd1963
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   Posted 11/7/2008 2:33 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi selmer. Thank you for the info and the link. To be honest I sorta thought it was too good to be true. I know that there always seems to be someone out there trying to make a quick buck by preying on the misfortunes of others. People like that should be tarred and feathered. I would love to see stockades brought back just for that reason.. I would be the first in line to chuck a rotten head of cabbage at them. Still, one must believe that there is something out there that will beat PCa into submission. My p.s.a. is rising so it looks like the casodex is starting to fail. At this point I will almost try anything to to get my numbers to go back down. A caring gentleman whom I work with brought me a book entitled the cure for all cancers. This nut case was trying to say that cancer was caused by the human intestinal fluke that got loose in the body because Isapropel alcohol intolerance. I wonder how much money she made off of the book. She claimed you could cure it by using wormwood and two other things to make some witches potion. She even advocated having all the mercury amalgom fillings pulled from your teeth. I believe in detoxifying the body but I doubt it would do anything to cure cancer. Anyway, I'm at work. My last two nights of graveyard shift before I go back on permanent day shift. So I am just rambling on for lack of anything better to do. Thanks again, Todd
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