My mom (72 y.o.) has been having issues for a year now. She had an ovarian cyst, but didn't want to operate. A year later it was a tumor that has spread over colon and stomach.
She was operated on yesterday and they removed the ovaries and the tumor next it to. The uterus they couldn't get to.
So the cancer is like a glue substance in her case, fusing together the bowels and stomach. Doctor is amazed she had bowel movements at all. She is of course now fairly weak from malnourished as she had problem eating anything.
The good thing is the cancer is on the outside, inside of stomach and bowels is apparently still clean. It spread from the ovaries around the stomach.
We have prepared cannabis oil, B17 therapy (injections, extract, kernels, ozone, everything, ready to throw the kitchen sink at it.
I have spoken to the doctor, and he says she has maybe two months if she doesn't do chemo. That the chemo would be good here as it would simply dissolve everything and her organs would be back in place. Probably should could eat and absorb better. This sounded very good to me.
I know this is ungrateful to ask, but should we just take the chemo as well, sort of bomb everything and then make sure it doesn't come back with natural approach and lifestyle changes?
Or would the chemo be a mistake? I don't have enough knowledge to make an educated guess here. I know nobody can really say this or that, just wodering what people here would do. I often read people took chemo with cannabis/b17 when they cured it sucesfully. Maybe that was what did it, chemokilled everything and they nurtured back the good stuff...