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Old 11-23-2017, 02:18 PM   #11
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Happy Thanksgiving, Mike!

I'm not sure this will give you much insight, but here you go.

Skin Cancers Rise, Along With Questionable Treatments - The New York Times

With the spraying of the skies with chemtrails (with heavy metals), the sun can have a far more potent effect on the body (acts as a intensifying agent). Skin cancer doesn't always happen only due to the contact of the sun with the skin.

Have you ever had an old injury? Does that injury ache more than other areas if you have a fever from the flu or other infection? Weaker parts of the body are more prone to invasion (weaker immune-wise).

I hope you can come off of Cellcept. Take good care of yourself!!!



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Old 11-23-2017, 02:37 PM   #12
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Mike - I don't think links are allowed on this forum, but I could be wrong.

You could Google the title of the article and it will give you options to access it.

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Mike, I stopped CC the day of my first Rituxan infusion and have not gone back. I also got completely off of prednisone and Gamunex sub-q. I hope it does the same for you. My first two infusions were good for eight months and I have had a third now and am 95% symptom free.
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Old 11-23-2017, 06:59 PM   #14
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I'm really excited about getting the new treatment. Been on prednisone since day one 9 years ago.
I have had skin cancers where the sun has never seen so I can't blame the sun. When I had a few small squmas removed by Dr I would be down for a couple days but when they made that big cut on my head it put me in the hosp. I was shaking so bad my wife had to feed me. At first we thought it was the numbing drug so I had a few done without and results were same we then concluded it was the insult to my body. They are really puzzled about my case because I am postive for 4 antibodies. They had a panel of 4 neuros and they had no answers.
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Mike, is there a history of skin cancer in your family?

If so, this might be worth checking out.

There are a number of genetic risk factors for both squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.

If you have any of these they could be important in treatment options.
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Old 11-24-2017, 01:24 AM   #16
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Mike, Please read these articles (or have your wife do that!).

Paraneoplastic syndromes of the nervous system - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Paraneoplastic syndromes

How many of these tests have you had done?

PAVAL - Overview: Paraneoplastic, Autoantibody Evaluation, Serum

You may need an immunologist.

The sun's rays don't only affect the areas they "hit." They affect the immune system as a whole.

Anything that is seen as an attack on the body is damaging, whether that is inflammation from dairy, sugar, or beef, infections, injuries, stress, bad food, whatever. Some people are more sensitive to those things. If the body has a bad defense, then a person needs a good offense full of organic food, lots of water, restful sleep, vitamins, etc.

There was an article I read a couple decades ago that I cannot find. The guy who wrote it was brilliant. He said that the immune spectrum goes from inflammation to infection to cancer. Minimizing those first two "can" help stop cancer.

And don't forget about viruses. There are so many things they don't understand about what can cause diseases or cancer.

They are making headway in the fight, however. This guy, for example.

S.R. Burzynski, MD, PhD | Cancer Specialist, Cancer Drug Clinical Trials | Houston, Texas

And some more info.

Cancer'''s Newest Miracle Combines Genetics and Immune System | Time

https://www.nature.com/news/cancer-t...within-1.14955

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/loc...ar-5396963.php

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...ht-6633172.php

This one is just a good read on the connection between diet and cancer/inflammation.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4566461/

Whatever is going on, you really need an immunologist and/or a hematologist/oncologist.


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Old 11-24-2017, 08:57 AM   #17
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Mike, is there a history of skin cancer in your family?

If so, this might be worth checking out.

There are a number of genetic risk factors for both squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.

If you have any of these they could be important in treatment options.
Nope no family history. Besides poker my hobby is family history.
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Old 11-24-2017, 09:36 AM   #18
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Mike, Please read these articles (or have your wife do that!).

Paraneoplastic syndromes of the nervous system - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Paraneoplastic syndromes

How many of these tests have you had done?

PAVAL - Overview: Paraneoplastic, Autoantibody Evaluation, Serum

You may need an immunologist.

The sun's rays don't only affect the areas they "hit." They affect the immune system as a whole.

Anything that is seen as an attack on the body is damaging, whether that is inflammation from dairy, sugar, or beef, infections, injuries, stress, bad food, whatever. Some people are more sensitive to those things. If the body has a bad defense, then a person needs a good offense full of organic food, lots of water, restful sleep, vitamins, etc.

There was an article I read a couple decades ago that I cannot find. The guy who wrote it was brilliant. He said that the immune spectrum goes from inflammation to infection to cancer. Minimizing those first two "can" help stop cancer.

And don't forget about viruses. There are so many things they don't understand about what can cause diseases or cancer.

They are making headway in the fight, however. This guy, for example.

S.R. Burzynski, MD, PhD | Cancer Specialist, Cancer Drug Clinical Trials | Houston, Texas

And some more info.

Cancer'''s Newest Miracle Combines Genetics and Immune System | Time

https://www.nature.com/news/cancer-t...within-1.14955

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/loc...ar-5396963.php

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...ht-6633172.php

This one is just a good read on the connection between diet and cancer/inflammation.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4566461/

Whatever is going on, you really need an immunologist and/or a hematologist/oncologist.


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Yikes! I will immediately add a Dermatologist to my list of specialists. I grew up in the sunny south for 25 years before moving to the mid-Atlantic. I, too, have already had several basal cell carcinomas removed thru the years due to sun exposure. Ever since, I’ve been a sun screen fanatic but the damage has already been done. Now, I’m concerned about the long term consequences of the Cellcept. Thank you for sharing your experience so that I can stay on top of it.

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I consider that a great idea. I have great insurance which I am sooo thankful. I have not paid a penny through all the medical problems my wife and I have had. Spending 22 years in the Navy was the second smartest decision I ever made except for marrying my beautiful wife of 57 years.
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