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- - February 25, 2010 at 00:46:12
To JS from Amherst:
Yes, I am aware that Susan herself was terminally ill with cancer HOWEVER she must also recgonize that there are thousands of types of cancer out there and just because she beat it using alternative means, this does not make her an expert on curing cancer by way of alternative treatments alone.
I agree that there are several alternative treatments and therapies that have the potential to benefit cancer patients along-side typical medical practices however when an Oncologist asks what the hell you're thinking when you describe some of the treatments reccommended by Susan and to stop them immediately (even when that Oncologist is open to alternative and natural therapies) I think that we need to take a step back, ask more questions, do more research and look at the qualifications that any practictioner has when they are giving any type of medical advice.
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:46:10
Glad to see the ADN editing my main point out. You guys are the NAZI !
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:46:06
I think natural remedies are the way to go, I was in a ATV accident had really bad road rash, I was lucky to have a friend who believed in natural alternatives. my cuts were starting to get infected, after i did everything the doctor told me. 3 times a day she would change my gauze and and put 5-10 drops of pure Lavender oil mixed with olive oil, And rub/soak my wounds with that mixture. I healed up nicely and better yet not 1 scar.
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:45:51
Lynda, if you weren't aware, Susan herself had terminal cancer and according to traditional doctors should have been dead many years ago. She simply didn't accept it and cured herself, so she has personal experience with this.
She is also aware of the responsibilities that go along with what she does and takes it quite seriously. At the same time, she does get results, and is a living example of alternative possibilities to traditional medicine. She knows what she's talking about.
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:45:47
I think it's great to look at natural alternatives, especially in this day and age. My problem is with offering people (such as terminally ill cancer patients) false hope and natural remedies which may hamper their bodies and immune systems in the long run.
I just think that these practictioners need to be aware of their clients's mental state when seeking out alternative remedies. If they've run out of all options and are coming to you as their last hope, that is a huge responsibility on your part and must be treated as such.
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:45:41
Honestly, I think you CAN cure some things on your own, but when it comes to this natural this and natural that, it is BS.
Get a life and a real job!
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:45:29
I don't mean to disrespect Susan's view but I really think she is very extreme. So do natural really work? Like Lynda says, it may be too much false hope?
- - February 25, 2010 at 00:45:28
I read the comments on here and see the same names popping up quite often. Usually with negetive comments about everything! Haven't you ever heard the old saying If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all ? Or, does it make you feel important to post these remarks? Isn't there enough negitivety in the world? How about something positive once in awhile? :)