Holy shit, I subscribed to this chick with a brain tumor on YouTube a while back...
#21
Trix think about it, you are comparing her old self with a tumor. That's the unhealthy her, look at her as a new healthy version of her true self, that tumor was making her try to be perfectly fake with all those additions to her face and nails. People are not supposed to be unnatural like that, a brain tumor was making her unnatural.
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#22
I mean, maybe only people with defective minds behave the way she did previous to the removal of the tumor,

I wouldn't think her new self is bad, I think that's how she would have always been without the tumor.
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#23



Traumatic.

So now she's having the radiation 'treatment'... where they strap her head in super hard and radiate her brain.

Facepalm

She's a such a great chick. I just hope she pulls through okay and can move on from this bullshit.
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#24
Whenever I see this thread bumped I dread looking at the last post, thinking you're going to tell us that she's died.

I pray for this poor girl.

:(
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#25
thats creepy during the surgery when she can't answer what card is being shown and her mouth just opens and closes
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#26
So do I, GG... I really do keep her in my thoughts.

The age of social media and people sharing their intensely personal lives so openly allows a study of humanity that we've never really had a front row seat to before.

I don't necessarily always agree with such open sharing of personal matters, but in this case it's very educational and fascinating to study.
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#27
(06-28-2017, 05:31 PM)Kitty Von Catsworth Wrote: thats creepy during the surgery when she can't answer what card is being shown and her mouth just opens and closes

I know... she had a seizure.

Then she started crying about it.

So traumatic and sad.

I need to journal about my feelings on this honestly...

Just the whole 9 yards. The way these medical issues are handled, the impact it has on patients, etc.
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#28
I will never do radiation or chemotherapeutic I watched every one die from the treatment! I'll take my chances with other means . but surgery hard to avoid
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#29
(06-28-2017, 06:02 PM)[email protected]$OM Wrote: I will never do radiation or chemotherapeutic I watched every one die from the treatment!

That's exactly what so many people in the comments section of her videos have been saying, and even I said it.

Many people talking about how they truly believe chemo is what kills. One woman said she'd rather have seen her mom pass in 6 months, than to live for 1 year on chemo suffering.

The worst part is that Courtney has been in such a state that she can't even read well enough to research alternative therapies or anything else. It's terrible. This is a prime example of why it's such a good idea to research alternative healing BEFORE there's ever anything wrong... so you can have that knowledge for yourself AND other people.
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#30
now her hair is falling out from radiation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoj7ejHQk1U
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#31



*stares blankly*

*slams face against desk repeatedly*


I prettymuch don't even know what to say.

I have a lot of thoughts but really just... can't single one out.

The whole nine yards is just totally fucked up.
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#32
I watched just briefly with my speakers off, so I don't know what she's saying but looking at her hair makes me want to cry. I feel so sad for her. Poor girl.
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#33
(07-10-2017, 04:07 PM)Guest Wrote: now her hair is falling out from radiation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoj7ejHQk1U

I didn't even see your post before I made mine. I just hate seeing this girl have to go through this nonsense. Why is this happening?


(07-10-2017, 07:24 PM)GG Wrote: I watched just briefly with my speakers off, so I don't know what she's saying but looking at her hair makes me want to cry. I feel so sad for her. Poor girl.

I know. And there are a lot of people in the comments trying to tell her about alternative treatments, etc. Just looking at her, it's hard to imagine somebody so young and beautiful and nice having stage 3 brain cancer. How does that make any sense?? What the fuck is causing this??

I've mentioned the aspartame/diet soda connection. I still think that could be a culprit. I wouldn't wanna waltz up to her and say "Did you drink a lot of diet soda?" But I'm damn curious. I do want to know.

Aside from that, I've been researching cancer cures. It's something I've studied for years, trying to find different ideas and info that correlates. Interestingly, lately I've been studying about the mitochondria and telomeres. In my research, I came across something very interesting. There are select foods which are recommended for preventing/treating cancer, and I've found that these same foods are recommended for proper care of the mitochondria and telomeres. Coincidence? I think not. To list a few:

Dark leafy greens
Berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, etc.)
Red peppers
Sweet potatoes
Olives

More info:
https://draxe.com/telomeres/
http://undergroundhealthreporter.com/sal...ay-fruits/

There's also a herb called Artemisia Annua, which is said to be a powerful cancer fighting agent. Here it is on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0016BE25G/

Other powerful anti-cancer herbs are licorice root, pau d'arco bark, and black elderberry...
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KTYDGIY/
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00185TDW2/
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00014GDSI/
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#34
Stage 3 brain cancer is probably too far gone for diet to help.

When I was diagnosed with an untreatable kind of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma over 20 years ago, I bought a juicer and started mixing and drinking the most toxic shit. 

I'd put raw onions, garlic, turnips, beets, spinach and whatever else I could think of all togther and I didn't care what it tasted or looked like. It was nasty, nasty shit. It would literally tear my eyes up.

Not saying that helped me, but that's what I did. I was pretty young and I was afraid. 

The cancer was never treated (beyond removal of a lymph node in my groin area) and I quit going to my oncologist and my doctor about 2 months after I was diagnosed. I just didn't see the point, plus I really didn't want to know - because it scared me too much.  

They told me the cell type I had was virtually not treatable and that they really could only manage symptoms, but that it was slow growing...   with a catch. The cell type could change into a very aggressive type that could kill me very fast.  There was (and I assume still is) an egg-sized mass in my liver. I think I still have my body scans somewhere....

A couple of months after I quit going to the doctor I began to have panic attacks. I didn't even know what those were before, but I had to be driven to the emergency room from work the first time.  They put me on some kind of anti-depressant for the panic attacks, and I quit taking those almost right away too.  I got to the point that I was afraid to go anywhere, but I still fought it and I did power through it. I never even missed a day of work from any of it ... but it was a very hard time for me.

Not sure why I just rambled on about all of that....   maybe it could help someone in some way though.
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#35
Very interesting story, GG. It seems like you have mentioned this before in the past, but I completely forgot about this.

See... your experience just goes to show that food should be our medicine, but at the same time, it's the attitude and mindset of believing that also heals us.

You followed your intuition, and you're still alive.
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#36
(07-11-2017, 01:24 PM)Trix Wrote: Very interesting story, GG. It seems like you have mentioned this before in the past, but I completely forgot about this.

See... your experience just goes to show that food should be our medicine, but at the same time, it's the attitude and mindset of believing that also heals us.

You followed your intuition, and you're still alive.

I'm very careful now about telling people who have cancer that I did this and that I survived. I went to visit my best friend about 10 years ago and her mom had some type of cancer. She was questioning everything I did and I told her all of that about the juicing and everything, but she still died very soon after I saw her.... and she seemed totally normal.

That made me think twice about giving it out as advice or false hopes. I think that I'm alive more so by the grace of God.

I think that once you have cancer that's detectable, it's kind of too late for your body to kill it all off. It can go into remission and never come back, but I think if it gets to the point that it's detectable, your body has already been overwhelmed by it. I think your body can and does kill off cancer, but maybe not past a certain point.

Cancer can behave very unpredictably.
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#37



So she has been slowly realizing she's been totally fucking traumatized on basically every front and she's seen a psychiatrist. Which is good. Especially since she says they're not gonna put her on meds. It's basically just to talk to somebody. She's making good progress... she's a very intelligent person. Realizing she's been totally traumatized this soon and making the choice to do something about it now... all signs of innate intelligence. Despite all she's been through she still has that intact.

You know what I find incredibly interesting about all this...

She was a school teacher, taught young kids.

The type of mental exercises all these people are making her do are prettymuch the exact same stuff they teach kids in school.

Weird. Very very weird karma type of stuff going on here, but what the hell is the significance of it?? I mean this girl seems SO NICE. I can't imagine her being a shitty teacher. She was probably a great teacher. So why has life put her in the reverse position at other peoples' mercy now???

Looks like she can do math about as well as I can though!

Super interesting how her brain is literally rewiring itself through all these complicated steps right on the spot.

It's honestly really fricken sad though, it's still really fricken sad.
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#38
How is she doing as far as the cancer and her prognosis, Trix?
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#39
She said they told her the chemo/radiation should be out of her system within a couple of weeks...

Hopefully she'll be in the clear.

I think she will.

The fact that she's realizing she's been through the fucking ringer is a signal that she's progressing to the next level with all this and about to realize the profundity regarding whatever the hell the point of experiencing this was for her.
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#40
That's good to hear. I hope she'll be okay.
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