Recovering from C

This is an extract from an email I received from a friend recently. It is not my own personal experience but that of my friend.

 I was diagnosed with a rare form of malignant brain cancer called Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) in June 13 after experiencing seizures while preparing for a marathon run. The median life expectancy for GBM patients is 14 months. I had surgery to remove the tumour (about 85% of it as the remaining was inaccessible) and radiation and chemotherapy. In December 2013 after 4 rounds of “TEMOZOLOMIDE” chemotherapy
my scan showed that the tumour was growing back (despite surgery, radiation and chemotherapy). I was then transferred to second line chemotherapy which wasn’t going to cure me but as a palliative measure i.e. (to keep me comfortable for as long as possible)

In September 2014 the MRI scan showed that this chemo had also completely failed as the tumour had now spread to the other side of the brain and was quickly spreading.
My consultants didn’t have any alternative helpful options; any other treatment may either give me a couple months (if that) or expedite my journey to the end due to the toxic effects of the chemotherapy.
At this point we decided to travel to India for homeopathy treatment on a recommendation from a colleague whose father (75 years of age) had cancer which had spread to the bones and brain and he had been sent home for lack of any other treatment options. He then recovered with treatment from Dr Bhat$%^$ and one year on is doing quite well.

With no other option, in October 2014 we travelled to Delhi and started the treatment. It has now been nearly 6 months since I last had chemotherapy. Under conventional treatment I would not have survived to write this email today. In the last few months I have seen definite improvement in my health, whilst it is slow it is very real.

If you would like to know more about the treatment my friend had then you can email to:

Remember: Always consult your physician/doctor/specialist before starting on any treatment.

Have a long , happy and healthy life.