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Small Cell Carcinoma
Posted by: Lygia
Date: August 9, 2002 10:26 PM

Do you know of any alternative treatments for extensive small cell carcinoma that is available and has had success for remission?

RE: Small Cell Carcinoma
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 10, 2002 12:13 AM

Personally I do not have that type of experience. In the mid-80s the medical establishment managed to have a law passed in California preventing doctors from treating cancer by alternative means. (That law is likely to be repealed soon.) While I have not seen cases personally, I have heard by word of mouth, of instances of successful remission of such cases by dietary means. The Livingston Foundation Medical Center in San Diego has a program along these lines. Somehow they get around that law, although I am not clear how they do that. They are easy to find on the Internet. Anti-neoplaston therapy, as given by Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski in Houston, Texas has an excellent reputation for stopping brain cancer in its tracks. I am not sure what their experience is with other types of cancers, but you may want to check that out. Dr. Hans Nieper of Germany has an excellent international reputation for treatment of cancers. Here is the name and phone number of a person who is extremely well informed about using nutrition to augment medical therapies in cancer patients: Patrick Quilan, Ph.D., 918-495-1137. If I am not mistaken Patrick is on the staff of a hospital in Oklahoma which combines mainstream and nutritional approaches to cancer therapy.



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