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    When I was spinning around trying to understand my diagnosis, my PCP set up a visit with the head of radiology at Moffitt Cancer Center. The folks there gave me the confidence to make a decision based on percentages and comparisons of treatment options.



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        Originally posted by Weezard View Post
        Too young for medicare, eh? Bummer. I had no idea the ACA was so expensive.Kaiser Silver medicare supplement is excellent and runs $225 per month on top of the $90 for the medicare A and B
        So ya need to hang on and get gracefully older. That's what the RSO is for.
        I went on Medicare this year, and have a supplement that costs nothing. Besides co-pays I have had to pay nothing for medical care, and I had a pretty big hernia operation. I will stick with the supplement I have, as all the docs I have seen take it.

        But I don't take any pharma medications, and I basically pay cash for the dental cleanings. IMO the baking soda in my water has stopped me from getting cavities.

        I think that Cardio-C has helped a lot with the arteries. My number is 18. Lomatium and vitamins help also.

        I think that alarm SPO2 ring has helped quite a bit. Since it wakes me if I have bad O2 from not breathing, I am rested and ready to take on the day.

        I also believe that pot is good for you. Pot and good dawgs. And sunshine. And exercise.

        Good luck with the cancer. My hygenist thinks she might be coming down with MS, in this illegal state, and we talked about ingesting the goodies without side effects like sticky lungs.
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            Originally posted by Rodehazrd View Post
            My friend had it a few years back. He went up to Bloomington In. They used a proton accelerator. No side effects o issues still
            A proton accelerator? How the hell does that work? And how can that be safe?
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              Originally posted by shithawk420 View Post
              A proton accelerator? How the hell does that work? And how can that be safe?
              I never heard of it. However, here it is.
              https://vimeo.com/229852306

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                Originally posted by shithawk420 View Post
                A proton accelerator? How the hell does that work? And how can that be safe?
                It’s a molecule at a time. He got treatment at night as kids get daytime appointments.
                Went about 6 weeks. First he got a marker installed for reference and a cast made to hold him still. The operator could see the cancer on her screen and and did a couple millimeters at a time. He was never sick, never lost sex drive, and played a round of golf most days. No lingering issues. His wife found it on the net. His surgeon in Louisville told him the place had been in mothballs for years but they went anyway.
                Surgeons want to cut that’s all they know.
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                  Well I'll be damn.thats absolutely amazing.at least they are using their billion dollar machine to good use.those machines are mind boggling.the mathematics are way beyond me but I understand some of the quantum mechanics they use
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                    Originally posted by Rodehazrd View Post
                    It’s a molecule at a time. He got treatment at night as kids get daytime appointments.
                    Went about 6 weeks. First he got a marker installed for reference and a cast made to hold him still. The operator could see the cancer on her screen and and did a couple millimeters at a time. He was never sick, never lost sex drive, and played a round of golf most days. No lingering issues. His wife found it on the net. His surgeon in Louisville told him the place had been in mothballs for years but they went anyway.
                    Surgeons want to cut that’s all they know.
                    Thank you for posting this. It is the MOST IMPORTANT information. I am going to spread it.

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                      Also known as 'proton therapy' and being used to treat a variety of cancers.

                      Seems very similar to radiation beam therapy, but with a different charge (protons), and more focused on the area being treated.

                      Here's a brief write-up from Mayo Clinic re. 'proton therapy.'

                      https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-pro...t/pac-20384758

                      Every bit of credible information goes toward making the best decision or choice possible. And in that there are some likely grim sides to any of the treatment options, more information is a really good thing, especially BEFORE the choices are made.

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                        Originally posted by moose eater View Post
                        Seems very similar to radiation beam therapy, but with a different charge (protons), and more focused on the area being treated.
                        I'm probably up to no good.

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                          It ain't laser. It is proton. Helluva difference.

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                            Been sleeping better than normal for most of a week or more. My intuition and training tells me it's partly a matter of depression, but that also it's normal for the body to react to overwhelming equations with tiredness and a need to recharge the proverbial batteries.

                            In that week and a half of greater amounts of sleep, and lesser amount sf energy, part of the issue has been acceptable. I can choose to do nothing, but then the the unwelcome squatting critters will take their course, unencumbered... or not. They could cease and desist, strictly as a result of their own growth path, or as a result of the broccoli sprouts and extracts.

                            However, the odds are that if I do nothing, then the cancer will probably snag the slack, take the upper hand, and go into other areas of the body, possibly guaranteeing that it gets much worse before anything terminal comes of it.

                            The obvious choices of radiation, with or without radiated palladium seed implants, versus radical prostatectomy surgery, BOTH have potential paths that loop back into each other in the event that the cancer is more stubborn than I am.

                            A lot like going off the high-dive the first or 2nd time at summer camp, anticipating the slap on the body as it hits the lake surface, but having nothing to compare it to, so everything about it is merely imagination in the mind, revolving around supposition of what something MIGHT be like.

                            Struggling with that apprehensiveness about letting go, like accepting that when the anesthesiologist puts the mask over your face and the IV in your arm, you may not wake up again, and just letting it happen anyway, drifting off, and hoping for the best.

                            Like, what else are you going to do? Complain? To whom?

                            So, I'm in the early throws of approaching a relatively renowned cancer clinic in the Pac NW, in Seattle, and hope to get them my notes tomorrow, for yet another consultation.

                            "...'Cause you know that 2 heads are better than 1" (J. Mitchell).

                            The first couple weeks are about acceptance, then getting perspective, then moving forward.. All the while knowing that with aggressive growth, each day that nothing happens to stop this stuff, the little buggers make themselves more at home than they ought to be feeling.

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJvSdpkLpPA

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD_F...j79V3L&index=6

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTtp...j79V3L&index=4

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                              Depression can surely mess up things. You're not alone.
                              I'm probably up to no good.

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                                Originally posted by troutman View Post
                                Depression can surely mess up things. You're not alone.
                                I've managed depression similarly to how I've managed stout doses of hallucinogens over the years; continue reminding myself of what is part of reality/mental status at the moment, and what is part of the drug or condition.

                                I think that mental separation between what is, versus what it feels like or seems like, can make it more manageable some times.

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