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  1. #1 Does maglignant hatred cause or accelerate cancers? 
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    Before the days of quick and profitable chemical treatments for many diseases emotional therapy was used in cancer treatment. There is actually a cancer personality according to books I read researching ways to treat my own prostate cancer .. that personality matched me, unhappy, frustrated, failure to a greater or larger degree at personal and professional life, angry .. the anger part got me especially, so I looked up the meaning of the word malignant. At the time I got my disease I was involved in a lawsuit over being wrongfully dismissed from a job, whenever I worked on the lawsuit my anger and hatred would rage, and so would my prostate. The relationship was unmistakeable, and I had to give up the lawsuit, setting instead for a government disability pension. It's been 15 years since my cancer onset, and I'm relatively healthy, continually reducing my angers and hatreds, taking it easy physically, eating well, drinking less alcohol .. and with no medical treatment I am alive and enjoying life.


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    Hatred and anger are different. But I think neither are probably that good for the body since they release chemicals into the body to get it ready for "fight or flight", a leftover from our animal past. If you do neither, you still have a build up of those chemicals there. Stress is not good either.

    A century ago, a doctor had a way of curing cancers. He would make people very hot for long periods (maybe a month). While the body coped with this, the poor blood supply to cancer clusters often meant that they overheated and died. His system actually worked, but died with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberia View Post
    Hatred and anger are different. But I think neither are probably that good for the body since they release chemicals into the body to get it ready for "fight or flight", a leftover from our animal past. If you do neither, you still have a build up of those chemicals there. Stress is not good either.

    A century ago, a doctor had a way of curing cancers. He would make people very hot for long periods (maybe a month). While the body coped with this, the poor blood supply to cancer clusters often meant that they overheated and died. His system actually worked, but died with him.

    In today's newspaper, something you might find interesting:


    How magnets can help the body fight off prostate cancer | Mail Online


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    Thank Cyberia, interesting approach. The heat approach probably had a lot going for it. I've read that fever infections can kill some diseases including some veneral diseases, the body's heat doing the work. It's too bad pharmaceuticals became a god rather than a treatment, but that's what big profits do.
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    you think you are healthy, yet you have already shown elsewhere that you have never had a followup examination to see if your supposition is in fact true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    you think you are healthy, yet you have already shown elsewhere that you have never had a followup examination to see if your supposition is in fact true.
    I'm healthier than I was 15 years ago when I got my diagnosis. I do 10 week solo canoe trips which include many portages. I worked three months last summer doing work a man half my age would find difficult. Besides, I'm to turn 65 next June, do I even want to go past 70? Not at this point. Enough is enough. A man has a right to a natural progression to heaven. AND .. medical intervention can leave me disabled with a bag tied to my leg and a shorter life span. No thanks.
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    In other words you are telling other people that hope can heal, while admitting to yourself that your prob not going to live much longer, and have doubts that the cancer is gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    you think you are healthy, yet you have already shown elsewhere that you have never had a followup examination to see if your supposition is in fact true.
    On daytime TV this morning was a woman who had regular examinations and when she went for a yearly examination last February, she was given a death sentence. She had felt perfectly well and thought the examination was just routine but it found that she has untreatable pancreatic cancer which will spread through her body and kill her.

    I think I'd rather not know than find that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    In other words you are telling other people that hope can heal, while admitting to yourself that your prob not going to live much longer, and have doubts that the cancer is gone.
    Most men with prostate cancer die from other causes. I do not say hope can heal, but it can be a factor. Prayer CAN heal. If I could find sufficient reason to extend my life past 70 I would try to do so using every available means. I just figure I've had my fun, that life is going to get lonesomer and lonesomer as I get older, so why stick around? Not that I'm going to off myself, but the bible does seem to say that if someone lives past 70 due to strength the life will probably be bleak. Maybe at 69.9 I'll check into an old folks home and find the time of my life. Until then, I'm here for whatever I can do for my children and grandchildren, and to expound my scientific theories which include corkscrewing between light quanta as a way of surpassing the speed of light .. speaking of corkscrews, a nice light white would be nice right now. Paleoichneum, what's the purpose of your life?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristarchus in Exile View Post
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    In other words you are telling other people that hope can heal, while admitting to yourself that your prob not going to live much longer, and have doubts that the cancer is gone.
    Most men with prostate cancer die from other causes. I do not say hope can heal, but it can be a factor. Prayer CAN heal. If I could find sufficient reason to extend my life past 70 I would try to do so using every available means. I just figure I've had my fun, that life is going to get lonesomer and lonesomer as I get older, so why stick around? Not that I'm going to off myself, but the bible does seem to say that if someone lives past 70 due to strength the life will probably be bleak. Maybe at 69.9 I'll check into an old folks home and find the time of my life. Until then, I'm here for whatever I can do for my children and grandchildren, and to expound my scientific theories which include corkscrewing between light quanta as a way of surpassing the speed of light .. speaking of corkscrews, a nice light white would be nice right now. Paleoichneum, what's the purpose of your life?
    Yes Arista, got the Tshirt, got the cancer, but not the aggressive form.
    Contol it with diet, lycopene rich foods. Eight years now and sod surgery
    which has many side effects, and in most cases, the patient is worse for it
    If I may, Arista, do not knock Paleo. Paleo is a valued friend of mine.
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    If prayer can heal why has it never been recorded doing so?

    "Paleoichneum, what's the purpose of your life?"
    Out of curiosity, why do you ask?
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