My husband was diagnosed in 1999, he had the lymphnode under his chin cut out and told he had a 65% chance of making it too Christmas, that was in July 1999. His friend told him to do meth for about a week, he has 3 inoperable tumors in his brain, so he did it, what did he have to lose...he's been alive and in remission for years now. He usually has to do it 2 times a year to keep them shrunk away from certain parts of his brain. Some people are totally against using illegal drugs to stay alive, but I'm glad he's still alive and if you decide to try it, please send us a note letting us know if you too go into remission. Thank you and I hope this helps you too!View Thread
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