Is it Safe to Take Antioxidant Type Supplements with Chemo or Radiation?

“I took my Moxxor all through chemo and continue to take it every day! I KNOW it has helped to save my life. I reach for it for pain as well rather than relying on the the prescription drugs they gave me for pain, as soon as the effects of my surgery calmed down. The problem with narcotic type drugs after surgery is they bind you up, if you know what I mean and that can be worse than the pain when you want to have things move again and what do they (hospitals) do… they give you another drug for that. It takes a long while to achieve homeostasis (balance) again however the more we work with the natural alternatives or include them along the way I think we are all better for it.” Continue reading

Celeste Update – Cancer Free at Last!

Thank you so much Therese and Trekkerscrapbook, you are so right the bills that insurance doesn’t cover are enormous and the financial stress is of course, still there big time. All the therapies must be continued as does the mainstream medicine. Next procedure comes up in October which is to surgically, under anesthesia remove the IVC filter which protects me from the possibility that my blood clots could migrate. I so appreciate every dollar that has been donated from all of your hearts! All my love to each and everyone of you!

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Cancer FreeFriends, I am so very happy to relay to you Celeste’s latest update.  She is FREE at LAST of CANCER!   She still has the blood clots, and will have to be on blood thinners for 6 months, but the fact that she is free of the stage 3 ovarian cancer is nothing but miraculous.

Celeste, I’m so happy for you, for you have worked so hard through a lot of hell to come out the other side of this.   YOU MADE IT!!!!  And being home with family and friends will surely improve you recovery and the love from all of us is a great hug of support and joy!  (Jumping with joy here!)

Of course, one has to be tested to be sure the cancer will not return, but I’m sure with love and support, it won’t have a chance.  And Friends, PLEASE remember to CONTINUE to SUPPORT Celeste’s cancer…

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I’m an Ovarian Cancer Survivor!

I’m back home now! My huge abdominal hernia, cantaloupe size mass removal and repair surgery was/is 100% successful. AND the pathology from the exploratory portion of the surgery confirmed that I am ovarian cancer free!!!!! This journey started last November … Continue reading