|Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2003 - 10:46 am: |
My husband Richard was diagnosed with MM after it resulted in a severely compressed fracture at T-5. He was treated with chemo/radiation then had a stem cell transplant Nov. 1999. His MM has relapsed, and a number of treatment options are currently being considered. He was told by a friend that "Indian Mud" drops taken internally had cured a friend of that friend.
|Posted on Tuesday, April 01, 2003 - 11:55 pm: |
Without knowing the details of the friend of a friend's case, all I can say is that there are many such instances. The question is whether or not the cancers were the same, whether they were treated in a similar manner in the earlier stages, whether the patients are similar, etc., etc. You see, there are many good products out there that work for some people, but unless you understand the treatment and are able to determine its appropriateness, you might not make wise choices. I know how desperate people are, but you still really need to ask these very personal questions of someone who can take a medical history and discuss options. Then, based on the input, you and your husband make the decisions you believe favor the best outcome.
I can only say that I keep hearing about this product and know that many are using it, but the thing to do is ask those selling it to put you in touch with people who have used the product.