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Guys I need help, please FROG SUPPORT TEAM
posted ago by ObamasBS2 ago by ObamasBS2 +175 / -0

My dad just informed me 20 min ago that he has T Cell Lymphoma. Rarest of all of them. He’s due in for chemo next week… I don’t want him to do it, his wife doesn’t want him to do it.

I told him I’d reach out to my people (you all) and see if we can crowd source some info fairly rapidly on alternative treatments.

Anything is appreciated. This is my dad, 57 years old. Athlete. This is my guy. I haven’t even had time to digest the news yet.

He won’t do any alternative treatments unless there is data on people who have tried it. Currently with chemo he has a 50% chance of remission.

God is great. I love my Lord and I love my dad. And I love you all, thanks in advance.

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ObamasBS2 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

He is sort of in panic mode… he was given 18 months to live, I think if he does nothing at all and rests he will drive himself insane. Though I am not disagreeing with you.

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Morpheus11 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's the very DIAGNOSIS ITSELF that causes the increased cell proliferation (aka "cancer") in different organs/tissues/bones. Metastasis is also a false, unproven theory as are all the so-called "causes" for cancer spouted by the establishment.

I do understand your (and his) situation however. I've yet to be able to convince somebody already diagnosed with cancer that what they're being told by the doctor is entirely incorrect. It's basically too late once the fear sets in unfortunately.

The fact that the actual cause relates to a moderate self-devaluation conflict or loss of self-worth makes this type of cancer even harder to convince someone of. Many of the other types of cancer are a bit more specific whereas self-devaluation is a very common thing in adults over 50.

This is why I suggested evaluating the nodal-specific explanations to more precisely drill down to the actual self-devaluation. Here they are:

  • Cervical nodes located in the neck: intellectual self-devaluation conflict

  • Axillary nodes located in the armpits: relationship self-devaluation conflict

  • Abdominal nodes located in the lower abdomen: self-devaluation conflicts associated with the abdominal area, brought on, for example, by a cancer diagnosis (stomach cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, pancreas cancer)

  • Inguinal nodes located in the groin at the bend of the hip: “unable to endure a situation” or a sexual self-devaluation conflict

  • Popliteal Nodes located near the knees: physical performance conflict

His "handedness" can also help further pinpoint the self-devaluation conflict. If he's a righty (which is like 90% of the population). Assuming he is a righty, if the cancer cells appear only on the left side of his body then his self-devaluation would be related to his mother or child. The right side of the body would be related to literally anybody else (and this is most likely). If it appears on both sides than it is more generalized and these specifics won't help much.

So for example, if his lymphoma was in the cervical nodes of the neck on the left side of his body, he more specific self-deval is related to either his mother or one of his children where he is feeling intellectually inadequate or inferior. If on the right side it could be related to his wife, a friend(s), a co-worker(s), etc. Hopefully you get the picture.

I don't wish to cause you any more fear so I'm going to stop here. But it's worth noting that deeper fears create even more difficulties. Anything you can do to help him stay positive and hopeful will go a long way towards his recovery.

Wishing you and your father good luck!