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Re: PAU d'ARCO, negative campaign to Alternative treatment?
 
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Re: PAU d'ARCO, negative campaign to Alternative treatment?


Hi,
My mother has a large renal mass which doctor is telling inoperable. Now we are relying completely on alternative medicines. At present along with homeopathy she is taking PawPaw cell-reg and just started Pau d'arco...but I want to share an information which I think every body seeking for alternative treatments should concern. There is a list named "List of unproven and disproven cancer treatment" in Wikipedia. It's telling about Pau d'arco "According to the American Cancer Society, "available evidence from well-designed, controlled studies does not support this substance as an effective treatment for cancer in humans".
..... it is telling about Budwig protocol " Cancer Research UK say, "there is no reliable evidence to show that the Budwig diet [...] helps people with cancer".
They have denied all the alternative protocols and medicines. They are telling about "Essiac "The U.S. Food and Drug Administration include Essiac in a list of "Fake Cancer 'Cures' Consumers Should Avoid".. Is it true?
........... Every body knows wikipedia as the most authentic site. But here Wikipedia denied all the alternative cancer treatments. When all these are publish in Wikipedia then it creates confusions and discourages people to adapt alternative treatment.
 

 
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