Sarcoma case from Mauritius
Your expert advice will be highly appreciated. My nephew (aged 18) was diagnosed with Sarcoma at the spine level in March 2014 and the tumour prevents him from walking. He is bed ridden since March 2014. He underwent surgeries & chemotherapy in 2014 in India.
Two weeks back we got to know he relapsed & the tumour has spread to the lung. It has caused pneumonia etc.
He is on another set of chemo now which started last week. We want to give him the maximum chances but don’t know much about alternative treatments.
He is also on a diet since he relapsed in terms of no sugar no red meat, soya milk … lots of vegetables and carrots & beetroot juice but other than that don’t know much on the alternative treatment that will help.
We live in Mauritius (an islands in the Indian Ocean) where alternative treatment experts are rare to find.
We would appreciate your help on how to go about. I may come over with his medical reports. Thanks.
Reply: Let me be very sincere and honest … sarcoma is very very hard to cure. In fact there is NO such thing as cure at all. Even if you take my herbs, I am very doubtful if these will help. Definitely not cure. What is more, you are so far away. It is extremely difficult for me to help.