Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Re: Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

Post by briellejee » 02 Jan 2019, 19:46

00LynnMarie wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 19:35
I guess I would use it both as a preventative measure and a curative one. Prevention of cancer is probably better than trying to treat it, so anything that might stop it before it starts gets my vote!
Totally agree with you! :tiphat:
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Post by FictionLover » 02 Jan 2019, 20:27

briellejee wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 19:46
00LynnMarie wrote: ↑
02 Jan 2019, 19:35
I guess I would use it both as a preventative measure and a curative one. Prevention of cancer is probably better than trying to treat it, so anything that might stop it before it starts gets my vote!
Totally agree with you! :tiphat:
That's great. I was expecting some skeptics to make comments, but so far everyone seems to agree that there is no harm in using these botanicals.

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Post by DorcasToo » 03 Jan 2019, 00:06

Definitely a yes. I think this is one of the ways I can recommend to both prevent and cure.
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Post by FictionLover » 03 Jan 2019, 07:58

Fuzaila wrote: ↑
03 Jan 2019, 02:14
I'm sorry, but I'm wondering whether Beljanski's research actually pointed out on preventive measures against cancer? One of my relatives who died of lung cancer, had nothing to do with smoking, was perfectly healthy otherwise and didn't have a genetic history of cancer either. I wonder what could have prevented the disease for him.
I haven't finished reading the whole book, but I think part of the reason that Beljanski (the father) was shunned, was because he was saying that it's not all about the genetics. I will keep your question in mind as I continue reading.

Also, I know that not everyone that gets lung cancer is a smoker.
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Post by a9436 » 03 Jan 2019, 08:37

It would certainly be worth a try - I do not believe it would make things worse in any case.

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Post by Samisah » 03 Jan 2019, 09:44

For one, I do not hope to be afflicted by cancer nor have my loved ones suffer from it. However, from the book, it is evident that her father's work is genuine. So yes, it might worth a try as a preventive measure.

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Post by Don Pwai » 03 Jan 2019, 11:53

Beljanski methods appears practical. I would definitely follow them if I were to suffer from cancer in future.

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Post by Rodrigo Niguez » 03 Jan 2019, 12:38

Yes. The journey towards a natural cure by
Sylvie Beljanski was marvellous. Natural cure is less expensive than the elaborate medical procedures.

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Post by FictionLover » 03 Jan 2019, 16:29

a9436 wrote: ↑
03 Jan 2019, 08:37
It would certainly be worth a try - I do not believe it would make things worse in any case.
Yes, I don't think it could make things worse.
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Post by Laura Del » 03 Jan 2019, 20:30

My answer is maybe. It all depends on if I know they will work. I'm chronically ill and always being offered stuff like this, and I can tell you, none of them work. So I take all this with a grain of salt.
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Post by briellejee » 03 Jan 2019, 21:22

Fuzaila wrote: ↑
03 Jan 2019, 02:14
I'm sorry, but I'm wondering whether Beljanski's research actually pointed out on preventive measures against cancer? One of my relatives who died of lung cancer, had nothing to do with smoking, was perfectly healthy otherwise and didn't have a genetic history of cancer either. I wonder what could have prevented the disease for him.
Maybe he had second-hand smoking? Not all cancers are genetic. Some of them came from lifestyle. If i get technical about it, cancer cell is a cell that doesn't stop dividing. Hence, the tumor. The growth of something that is not a part of the body. When they divide nonstop, most of them will be flowing in the bloodstream and go to other parts (metastasize). Everyone of us is vulnerable. The lifestyle, especially stagnant (no exercise), and eating carcinogenic diets (processes food mostly) we may have cancer. Also, cancer cells feed mostly on sugar, so cutting your sweets might actually help.
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Post by esthersamone » 04 Jan 2019, 01:47

desperate times can make a desperate person do anything. To answer your question, I would say that I would use the proposed plants not for treatment but for preventive purposes. Better still, I would use them to suppress the condition.

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Post by Ursadsong » 04 Jan 2019, 03:05

I would probably use them! and as a treatment because of the amazing informations the author gave to this book. I believed evry signle word of it. Therefore I would definitly use it without having sevond thoughts.

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Post by Anthony__ » 04 Jan 2019, 05:57

There is a normal saying: "that prevention is better than cure". So I think I would use them as a preventive at first, then consider using it as a treatment for a cancer patient.

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Post by briellejee » 04 Jan 2019, 08:17

Laura Del wrote: ↑
03 Jan 2019, 20:30
My answer is maybe. It all depends on if I know they will work. I'm chronically ill and always being offered stuff like this, and I can tell you, none of them work. So I take all this with a grain of salt.
Same, that is why statistics and more research is important before claiming that it is effective. In a way, I also take this with a grain of salt, as you cleverly put it, because sometimes the claims are not effective to all people but they still promote it in general. We need specifics and a guarantee that it will have an effect on each individual; otherwise, it just gives false hope. I understand where you are coming from.
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