MessyTendon wrote: ↑
Mon May 29, 2017 4:37 pm
It's the cannabis oil doing the work. CBD oil...no thc needed. Good stuff. Don't let the stupid oncologists push new drugs. Cytotoxic drugs do nothing but destroy the kidneys/liver/spleen tissues.
Usually I would agree. I was a sceptic for each round of chemo. It is her choice of course. She's a 33 year old woman. I voiced my opinion but then gave her unconditional support when she made her choices. In this case, per her doctors, there is anecdotal evidence that shows remarkable results with Carboplatin and high dose, high THC cannabis oil in women with ER+, PR+, HER-. It doesn't happen in all cases but occasionally does. Of course, it has not been the subject of a formal study.
In her case it worked like a charm. I do have grave concerns about the future effects of the chemo. But, there would have been no future if something had not worked. She had done high dose 1/1, CBD/THC cannabis oil for 5 month before her last scan which showed rapid progression. After that scan in January, she went from 1 gram per day 1/1 to 3 grams per day high THC.
As you can see, the answers are not always so simple. Nor is it completely clear or definitive what caused the change in direction. But, this formula is working for now and this scan was only 3 months into a 6 month treatment schedule.