Bone Mets cure
i hate to be the one to tell you this. but there is no such thing as a natural cure for bones mets. In fact once your breast cancer goes to the bones, there is absolutely no cure at all for the breast cancer. There never will be. all you can do is hope that when once chemo drug stops working, there is another chemo drug to switch to..When there are no more chemos availble, then it is over. i spoke to a cancer specialist researcher who was a nominee for the nobel prize a number of years ago. I asked him if i provided him with a blank cheque made payable to him, how much money would he require to cure my cancer or stop it from moving....The answer was Zero. i asked why. He said that it is impossible as once cancer goes to bones, there are too many molecules. Just can't ever get all of them. the sad truth is that once cancer is at bone stage, life expectancy is no longer than three years from the date of first chemo treatment.
There is the odd case where someone lives longer, but rare. I have stage four breast cancer. Started out in bones (ribs, spine). I was supposed to die july 8, 2006. They say im a walking miracle. Still here. Cancer has moved to liver, pelvic fluid, lining of right lung and now shoulder blades. Still here and in fact, even though cancer has spread, I'm doing better than when I started out. Before chemo, I was on morphine etc...it was awful. following my first chemo treatment, stopped all pain meds until 3 weeks ago. I traveled to israel in october and just came back from new york last weekend. I am having pain in my left shoulder. Cancer markers are down, liver mets have improved slightly but bones scan shows hot spots of the tips of my shoulder blades. Left side is worse. I'm on my fifth chemo drug. Will not take a chemo that wil make my hair fall out again. No point as when i stop chemo, cancer spreads again.
this is what you can try. Ask your doctor for zometa,a monthly infusion. I may start radiation for my shoulder pain. I take a chemo pill along with zometa once a month and one vitamin D pill and one calcium pill daily...
Here is the thing, having metastatic disease is literally being one foot step ahead of death. You really don't need to ask your questions via this site. Just ask your oncologist. Your oncologist is the best person to ask such questions.
In August 2007, I just wanted to die. I couldn't take it anymore, the financial pressure, the way I looked. I just had enough. I was clinically depressed. . . I wont lie. I walked around in a daze when I was told that any cure was impossible. Then something happened, i accepted it. I stopped looking for answers via these websites. I stopped trying to figure it out and stopped trying to control it. At that point, I started to enjoy life.
I really am happy these days. I don't freak out anymore. I have stopped calling the hospital everytime I cough. Okay, I'm having tremendous bone pain in my shoulders, but i will sort that out. All is good.
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