^wow, I guess you have to do all that until stabilized na ang health mo, then maintenance of health na Lang. Recently Lang ako ulit nagging aggressive sa cancer research ko. Dami ko Kasi kakilala affected by cancer.
One of my officemate had lung cancer, diagnosed stage 3-4 agad, I think it's because she got sick and got confined so biglang baba ng immune system niya. Then back to hospital ayun, me lung cancer na. I thought having annual physical exam is enough to keep health monitored. She had 2 years chemo, and lost it na. She was only 32-34 yrs old.
Me kilala rin among mag-Ina. The mother is 59 yrs old, had mastectomy, 6 months chemo therapy and radiation. It's been 2 years, she looks okay na. She is a teacher, no vices, but I think Kasi yung diet nila is not fresh food, I mean kahit yung meat naka-ref ng 1-3 weeks before they cook and eat it. So I think yun ang cause ng cancer.
Her daughter also got breast cancer, 32, had mastectomy and still undergoing chemo for 1 year pa.
Another batchmate died of fat cancer naman, and I thought he was healthy Kasi malusog say tingnan compared to Nung high school kaming sobrang payat siya.
Ang hirap Lang sa cancer parang it has no symptoms? I mean you feel okay, you look healthy until you have the tests and realize you have cancer pala.
My lolo had cancer of the larynx, 2 years Lang of treatment, his body did not take it. He was 59. My Lola had uterine cancer when she was 80 years old, she only had radiation, she lived until 87. I really don't believe in chemotherapy, since it kills Talaga.
Ang hirap mag hanap ng doctor, and most doctors are uneducated in alternatvive medicine.