Endometrial cancer?

Endometrial cancer? Topic: Endometrial cancer?
July 17, 2019 / By Caleigh
Question: My mom was recently diagnosed with Endometrial cancer (cancer in the uterus) so she is having surgery to remove her uturus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, lymph nodes, etc. Luckily they caught it in stage 1 and the doctor at the time said that since it was caught so early he beleived there was a near 100% chance to get rid of it all. This is all at the Mayo clinic, perhaps the greatest hospital(s) in the world. I began reading up on endometrial cancer so I could know what to expect for her, and in it its saying if caught in stage one, you have about a 5 year survival rate. How can this be?? Does this honestly mean my mom is dieing in 5 years or so, even though they caught it right away and the doctor beleives there is a near 100% chance to get rid of it? Thanks for any insight on this matter.
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Alycia Alycia | 3 days ago
Please read this, and the web page first cited, in detail. Its a very long read, but it could save your mothers life. I have always believed that the mainstream medical industry is not interested in finding a cure for cancer because it makes too much profit with its present barbarous methods. Eventually, I came across a detailed report which agreed with my findings, and I have included it in my web page at http://dgwa1.fortunecity.com/body/cancer.html By reading this report, you will also convince yourself that it is best to ignore the mainstream cancer industry, and seek alternative cures. Also you should bear in mind that the medical industry will do anything to protect its profitable position, including disparaging alternative healers or even creating bogus court cases. I believe that cancer is a whole body thing, which in 80 percent of cases manifests itself by producing symptoms in the weaker parts of the body, and therefore appearing localised. It is this treatment of symptoms instead of cause which creates the profitable, yet non-successful approach of mainstream medicine. Some cures are listed on the web page too. It is therefore obvious that a holistic approach is required, based on cleansing, diet, exercise and debugging. CLEANSING The best way of cleansing is to fast. http://www.phifoundation.org/menses.html http://www.healthy.net/scr/article.asp?ID=1996 but if a patient is too weak for that, or does not fancy the idea, then alternative cleanses are available. Colon Cleanse http://www.soundfeelings.com/free/colon_cleansing.htm#recipe Bowel cleanse http://www.curezone.com/schulze/herbal_colon_cleanse_1_2.asp kidney cleanse http://www.curezone.com/cleanse/kidney/default.asp http://www.ehow.com/how_12678_kidney-cleansing-fast.html http://www.falconblanco.com/health/cleansing/kidney.html http://www.healingdaily.com/colon-kidney-detoxification.htm http://www.healthfree.com/cleansing_programs_kidney.html Liver cleanse http://www.drclark.net/en/drclark_protocol/illnesses/liver_cleanse.php Gallbladder cleanse http://www.curezone.com/cleanse/liver/default.asp http://www.curezone.com/cleanse/liver/huldas_recipe.asp Pancreas cleanse http://curezone.com/dis/1.asp?C0=261 DIET, The best diet is vegetarian, avoiding all processed, frozen or micro-waved foods and drinks, and based on fresh fruit, fresh vegetables - preferably organic, nuts and seeds. Drinks should be clean water or freshly squeezed orange juice. Many researchers promote the benefits of vitamin B17 as a healer. this can be found in the following foods: Apple seeds, alfalfa sprouts, apricot kernels, bamboo shoots, barley, beet tops, bitter almond, blackberries, boysenberries, brewer’s yeast, brown rice, buckwheat, cashews, cherry kernels, cranberries, currants, fava beans, flax seeds, garbanzo beans, gooseberries, huckleberries, lentils, lima beans, linseed meat, loganberries, macadamia nuts, millet, millet seed, peach kernels, pecans, plum kernels, quince, raspberries, sorghum cane syrup, spinach, sprouts (alfalfa, lentil, mung bean, buckwheat, garbanzo), strawberries, walnuts, watercress, yams. A commercial preparation of B17 is available called Laetrile. EXERCISE Exercise should be sufficient to create a sweat, but not sufficient to make you gasp for breath or feel over-tired. About one hours exercise every day is best. DEBUGGING There are various theories about how bugs create cancer. Hulda Clark suggests that parasites are the cause, and that they can be disposed of by using a zapper. Zappers are available from Super Zapper DeLuxe http://www.drclark.net Clark Zapper with amazing features get a free CD ROM http://www.paradevices.com/zapper_works.html Terminator Crystal Orgone Zapper Blood Purification Parasite Solution Electrical stimulation devices for blood purification, parasites, relaxation, and addictions. http://www.elixa.com/estim/zap.htm High frequency parasite zapper. Includes product description and benefits. http://www.ess-in.com/
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Alycia Originally Answered: Whats a good food diet for a cancer girl?(zodiac sign cancer)?
hey hey, diets dont work you just need to change your lifestyle =) im a cancer, and i drink wayy to much coke so i need to drink more water for my teeth, but i think plenty of slad sandwitches beause they are yummy! Im not sure if we are the same, but i dont realy like sweets or fruit, i tend to eat too many chips =O i think cancer needs to do more excersiese because they like to sit in their room and ponder in free time (thats what i do LOl) so basically a balanced diet of healthy eating and activities, your surroundings influence you very much and so if people around you eat unhealthy you may think this is normal. I try to eat lots of beans, tofu, and grains.. these are good fro you in more ways then one. and alsp be careful of snaking on easy things and remeber how good you will feel after you have cooked that healthy meal/salad sandwitch lol i hope that helped!

Verne Verne
Because endometrial cancer is usually diagnosed in the early stages (70 - 75% of cases are in stage 1 at diagnosis, 10 - 15% of cases are in stage 2, 10 - 15% of cases are in stage 3 or 4), there is a better probable outcome associated with it than with other types of gynecological cancers such as cervical or ovarian cancer. The 5-year survival rate for endometrial cancer following appropriate treatment is: 75 - 95% for stage 1 50% for stage 2 30% for stage 3 Less than 5% for stage 4 your moms doctors are right for stage 1
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Rorie Rorie
I had endometrial cancer last year at 31, stage 1b. No, she will not be dying in 5 years or so. You have to remember those are statistics/guidelines stating that most people in her situation and mine survive the 5 years before you are considered cancer free anyway-which in simple terms means she will be not be dying of endometrial cancer now or ever.
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Montague Montague
1. Cool down, as your mother is not going to die in 5 years. A 5 year survival rate means - Number of patients remaining alive after 5 years out of 100 patients suffering from the disease. So, if 5 year survival rate is 90%, that means only 10 will die out of 100 , over next five years. 2. How is it possible ? Well... First , investigations reveal that the cancer is in Stage I, i.e. it is limited to the uterus. But after the operation is done, the uterus will be submitted to pathology, and the pathologist will examine it to see if it is truely limited to uterus. If limited to uterus then cure is 100%. If not limited to uterus, then the percentage falls depending in the extent of cancer. This occurs as because imaging investigations, etc do not give the true pathologic picture, but only an estimate. True picture comes only after pathologist examines the specimen after its removal. Regards,
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Kassidy Kassidy
no person will understand till ultimately she has had her scans..the two way its ultimate to correctly known and no count if it is she will combat it and win in basic terms like the final time!!..wish her luck from me..i replaced into there and gained:-)
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Kassidy Originally Answered: I know colon cancer runs in the family, and my dad had full blown cancer. What are the chances I'll have it to
My surgeon has recommended that my children have their first colonoscopy when they are 10 years younger than the age I was when I was diagnosed. So if your Dad was diagnosed at 40yrs, you should have your first colonoscopy at 30yrs of age. Of course if you show any symptoms whatsoever, eg. blood in the stool, change of bowel habit, go get a check up. No-one can predict if you will develop cancer. Just be aware of the symptoms that's all. In a way you are lucky. You have this advantage over many other people who don't know what to look for and may put off going to the doctor till it's too late. So please don't worry about it too much. It may never happen anyway.

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