From: Thomas Corriher
Subject: Re: Desperate
Date: Mon, 06 Sep 2010 22:20:43 -0400 (EDT)
"My 5 year old son was just diagnosed a month and a half ago with DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). This is a brainstem tumor that has an unthinkable prognosis that I can not accept or even entertain. I am reading all of this information about alkaline systems and ph and I am PRAYING that all of this information will be my miracle. I bought the refrigerated organic flax seed oil as well as the full fat cottage cheese and full fat unsweetened, unflavored yogurt. I am planning to give this to my son for the first time tomorrow (possibly with a little raw organic honey if he won\'t eat it otherwise) before he goes for his chemo and radiation treatments. From what I have read, I know that some of you will frown upon these medical choices but I am a mom and I can not and will not take any chances with my baby's life. I am also doing everything I can think of to keep his diet as alkaline as possible and plan to buy ph strips to check this in his urine. PLEASE if there is anyone who has any information that you think could help me, please respond to this. I have also been using the agave nectar to sweeten what he thinks is chocolate milk. He loves chocolate milk so I replaced it secretly with a mixture of breast milk (from my sister-in-law), pure unsweetened almond milk, and organic carob powder and of course a little agave nectar for sweetness. I am not sure if this is ok or if I should use honey or what I should do. If you can help with this aspect as well, I would appreciate it. I need hope but I cant deal with empty promises right now so please only respond if you can help me, thank you."
The orthodox treatments will almost certainly kill him faster, but you are planning to blindly continue anyway, because you are supposedly not "taking chances". You may want to rethink that logic and your approach, while there is still time. Their own statistics prove the chance that a patient takes with allopathic medicine for every type of cancer. For instance, this is what the Children's Hospital Boston admitted about their sorry excuse for medicine:
"The prognosis for diffuse pontine gliomas remains poor [using conventional medicine]. Median survival is less than 1 year and the 2-year survival rate is less than 20 percent."
So, is that promise good enough for you? I can promise you that the numbers are actually worse than they admit in public. I cannot promise that natural medicine can save him, but I can promise that the hospital will surely kill him with its "treatments", if not now, then within the next decade.
They have already admitted to you that the treatments are going to kill him, haven't they? So what does that say about you, if you choose to continue? The numbers show unequivocally that orthodox treatments attack tumors, but make the actual underlying cancers more aggressive, so that a horrible premature death is almost always the eventual result. Only 4% of their cancer patients live cancer free afterward, and the vast majority of those still die early from other disorders caused by the chemo's permanent poisoning of the body. So imagine if your son does actually survive allopathic cancer treatments, then you can expect to be going through this same thing again with leukemia by age 10. We call it "maintaining business", while they call it "medical science".
You are planning to willingly submit your own child to their dangerous and ineffective sorcery, and yet you expect a miracle to fix what you are unwilling to fix yourself? Will God really help you if you refuse to have faith, and refuse to help your child, or must you learn the hard way like 99% of the people? There is no halfway to do this. You either save him, or you don't. Trying to maintain political correctness by playing both sides at the same time, because you are too afraid that people will despise you for questioning the religion of modern medicine is only going to ensure disaster. You can do the right thing, or you can be popular. Take your pick. This isn't high school, and you had better decide how much being popular means to you. Is popularity worth sacrificing your son for?
Unfortunately, your son is "in the system", so any attempt to remove him could result in your child being taken away from you. You cannot be allowed to become an embarrassment to the system, and they are willing to destroy your family to protect itself from the truth.
His best chance is that you find some faith before it is too late, and possibly a good attorney in case you need to fight child protective services. Faith in something other than their medical religion might not seem "scientific" enough for you, but I can promise you that it yields much better than a 4% success rate. Doing nothing yields a better success rate, and you can verify that for yourself.