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Some Random Thoughts...


I note a hint of accustation in your responses. It reminds me of old-school religion. It works for some but it doesn't work for me. I do not have to be wrong for you to be right. There are lots of solutions to every problem. I see things a little different than you do but I bet our views are not so far apart? Most of the battles we face are not in the flesh & blood but rather in the spirit-realm. If you have the spirit-side working for you then the flesh and blood pragmatic stuff is a lot easier to do. I know this: Allopathic doctors are not in the business of curing anything... they treat symptoms; Naturopathic medicine is an all emcompassing all kinds of healing modalities that takes into account the body, spirit, & mind. If cancer was cured today, all of the Allopathic Cancer doctors would have to go do something else but Naturopaths would still be there to help us reach the best health possible. I would rather take my chances on more well rounded natural treatments then the slash, burn, & drug industry. Doctors kill more people then cancer does. Don't get me wrong... I would be looking at every angle for treating my physical problems including the drug industry doctors. That said, I would at a minimum be identifying the best natural treatments I could find for addressing cancer and doing the ones that make sense to me. There are probably hundreds of ways of overcoming cervical cancer and chemo is in my opinion a bad one. I think our diet and attitude mean as much to our health as any kind of treatment we might be taking. I have tried lots of different supplements and vitamins and I learn something new from every effort.

A positive outlook is important as well. You tend to see things in a more fearful way then I do. Talking to Allopathic Doctors will do that to you. They like you there. I would be doing everything in my power to project positive outcomes and working to put myself in the best place possible physically,spiritually, & mentally to beat the odds. I know you do too but you like to be confrontational. Did you follow any of the links I left? I think they might help someone dealing with cervical cancer? What do you think. You seem to want to find disagreements instead of comonalities? Do you see any comonalities between our different approaches to health? Just some random thoughts.




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I note a hint of accustation in your responses. It reminds me of old-school religion. It works for some but it doesn't work for me. Most of the battles we face are not in the flesh & blood but rather in the spirit-realm. If you have the spirit-side working for you then the flesh and blood pragmatic stuff is a lot easier to do. I know this: Allopathic doctors are not in the business of curing anything... they treat symptoms; Naturalpathic medicine is an all emcompassing thing that takes into account the body, spirit, & mind. If cancer was cured today, all of the Alopathic Cancer doctors would have to go do something else. I would rather take my chances on more well rounded natural treatments then the slash, burn, & drug industry. Doctors kill more people then cancer does. Don't get me wrong... I would be looking at every angle for treating my physical problems including the drug industry doctors. That said, I would at a minimum be identifying the best natural treatments I could find for addressing cancer and doing the ones that make sense to me. There are probably hundreds of ways of overcoming cervical cancer and chemo is in my opinion a bad one. I think our diet and attitude mean as much to our health as any kind of treatment we might be taking. I have tried lots of different supplements and vitamins and I learn something new from every effort.

A positive outlook is important as well. You tend to see things in a more fearful way then I do. Talking to Allopathic Doctors will do that to you. They like you there. I would be doing everything in my power to project positive outcomes and working to put myself in the best place possible physically,spiritually, & mentally to beat the odds. I know you do too but you like to be confrontational. Did you follow any of the links I left? I think they might help someone dealing with cervical cancer? What do you think. You seem to want to find disagreements instead of comonalities? Do you see any comonalities between our different approaches to health? Just some random thoughts.
 

 
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