Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

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Re: Would you use Beljanski's Cancer Protocol?

Post by FictionLover » 21 Jan 2019, 08:58

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If I were a cancer patient, I would use it as either a preventive or curable method because at that state I would really need a possible way to cure the disease.
After finishing the book, I am more convinced that using these botanicals could not hurt and would most probably help many cancers!
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Post by KateM234 » 21 Jan 2019, 21:54

I have always felt that finding a natural remedy is better than a chemical or man-made remedy, so the idea of using Beljanski's cancer protocol is very appealing! I would try them as a preventative first - prevention should supercede reaction. Either way, as a preventative or a cure, I think these natural botanicals are absolutely worth a try - what could possibly be the worst case scenario, right? I, for one, am all for it!

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Post by Bavithra M » 22 Jan 2019, 11:08

I would definitely consider using these botanical preparations as recommended in the Bonus section of the book.
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Post by Taylor Danvers » 23 Jan 2019, 00:02

I think I would be optimistic and give his way a try but not with any expectations in mind.

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Post by Browlyns » 25 Jan 2019, 03:49

I don't know but Im sure it is very hard to battle cancer. I for one would try anything and everything to subdue the cancer monster.

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Post by Jsovermyer » 25 Jan 2019, 21:06

I would use her treatments only as a last resort. I am not a believer in her methods.

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Post by Angelina_Bazar » 26 Jan 2019, 10:45

I think that the book provided may convincing reasons why I should use the methods mentioned in the book. I believe that if I had cancer this would definitely be one of the first things that I would try.

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Post by skindrukas » 26 Jan 2019, 16:19

I think, if I had cancer, I would use everything I'd lay my eyes on. But usually, and sadly, it's either official or alternative. Often, at the end of the day, you remain with the same question: what if? I don't have cancer but I have some autoimmune diseases that don't want to let me win.
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Post by FictionLover » 28 Jan 2019, 08:12

Jsovermyer wrote: ↑
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I would use her treatments only as a last resort. I am not a believer in her methods.
What is it about her methods that you did not like?
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Post by Jsovermyer » 28 Jan 2019, 13:06

I don't believe they have been well tested.

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Post by timd » 28 Jan 2019, 13:27

I think the best preventative against cancer is not exposing oneself to dangerous things like excessively smoggy environments, asbestos heaters and bad foods. I would certainly use this method first if I contracted cancer in order to see whether it worked or not. I also have several other alternatives from other books that seem to be very effective as well. My last resort would be chemotherapy because of the side-effects. Radiation is also equally scary with its side effects as well. I am actually going to recommend this to a friend who has cancer and who is not responding well to conventional treatment. I will be very happy if this helps him and I will let the author know.

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Post by steigerd » 28 Jan 2019, 19:20

Absolutely not. Treatment is always a guessing game as it is, but with the advancement in the patient-directed therapy, I would rather chance on the treatment based off of my gene panel or DNA panel.

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Post by mamilla93 » 30 Jan 2019, 19:22

I am considering using the preventive measure, but not really sure about the treatments listed.

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Post by zjacks » 30 Jan 2019, 23:05

I think cancer is a very different situation for every case, so it could be possible to use herbal remedies as a mild preventative, but if the case was serious, I do not think that relying solely on botanicals versus stronger medical practices would be smart.

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Post by SpencerVo » 31 Jan 2019, 02:15

I'd rely on preventative rather than her treatment methods. Maybe I'm too much of a skeptic, but to me, traditional methods are more well-tested and reliable. However, future is difficult to determine, so I may change my mind later on.
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