(Alternative Bladder Cancer Treatment Options) (Hyperthermia)-Real Story of a Bladder Cancer patient http://thecuretocancersummit.com/dap/a/?a=1880 A Bladder cancer patient who after receiving other alternative therapies that failed, was offered surgery, chemotherapy, and conventional high radiation: "I refused them because I had friends who die not from the cancer but from the chemotherapy, radiation or surgery". He found Valley Cancer Institute and received Hyperthermia combined with low radiation dose, and after 5 1/2 months went back home cancer free! _______________________________________ The reason I came to the institute is, two years ago, i was diagnosed with bladder cancer, and I went through two courses of BCG treatment. They did a biopsy and still found cancer, so I repeated again for six weeks, repeated the test at the end, and they still found cancer, only now the cancer they found was more serious. It couldn't be treated by BCG. I went to another neurologist. The first the he did was send me to
http://BladderCancerCure.org Bladder Cancer Cure - Natural Cure for Bladder Cancer - How to Cure Bladder Cancer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLIwllW3FwU Bladder Cancer - Treatment Overview. The choice of treatment and the long-term outcome (prognosis) for people who have bladder cancer depend on the stage and grade of cancer. When deciding about your treatment, your doctor also considers your age, overall health, and quality of life. Bladder cancer has a better chance of being treated successfully if it is found early. Treatment choices for bladder cancer may include: Surgery to remove the cancer. Surgery, either alone or along with other treatments, is used in more than 9 out of 10 cases. Chemotherapy to destroy cancer cells using medicines. Chemotherapy may be given before or after surgery. Radiation therapy to destroy cancer cells using high-dose X-rays or other high-energy rays. Radiation therapy may also be given before or after surgery and may be given at the same time as
There's no easy screening test, there's no splashy awareness month and there are few clues to its existence early on. But experts urge people to pay attention to the signs of bladder cancer, which will develop in some 63,000 Americans each year.