Pleural Mesothelioma Is Often Called Lung Cancer

Pleural mesothelioma is cancer involving the thin membrane that lines the walls of the chest. This is the most common form of mesothelioma. It is often called lung cancer. The prognosis for pleural mesothelioma is very poor. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgical intervention have not been found to improve the life expectancy of pleural mesothelioma patients. Surgery may be considered if the tumor is in stage one, that is, the cancer cells are are encapsulated in the original site.

With such poor chances of recovery from conventional intervention, the patient with pleural mesothelioma may wisely consider the many effective options offered by alternative medicine. Your doctor may strenuously object to such a proposition and he may refuse to support you in such a treatment, but, what do you have to lose? When you are diagnosed, your life expectancy is only a year.

Doesn’t it make sense to go with a hopeful option that offers the history of thousands who have ‘beat the odds’ by using the safe, inexpensive and effective therapies offered by alternative medicine? Your doctor may protest, as did mine, but I went from incurable to cancer free in 1966 and I am still in remission, as of this writing, nine years later.

About Bob Davis

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Bob Davis and I am a retired engineer who did some work in various medical projects, but not as a doctor or other medical practitioner. In April 1996, I was admitted to the hospital as an outpatient for an x-ray. It was found that I had massive cancer. I had a mass in my abdomen a foot wide and several inches thick. Further, I had several masses in my chest, some of them “the size of soft balls”. It was also determined that I had cancer in my bone marrow. I asked my doctor what we were going to do. He said, “Try……….something else” What did I do? For three weeks I went on a juice fast and colon cleanse program. I am eager to share information on cancer treatment and general health issues. I do occasionally speak at meetings on several related subjects. My favorite subject is ENZYMES!!!