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In October of 2105 I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer which metastasized into my liver. They did surgery, removed a big chunk of my large intestine and after I recovered from the surgery I started chemo. At that time I didn't know anything about cannabis and started chemo along with Keytruda - experimental research drug that was approved for lung cancer and I think brain cancer but not colon cancer. That research drug actually helped x-pres Carter to get cancer free, so I was very happy about it and especially the fact that they gave me this very expensive research drug for free. For 2 months I was taking chemo with research drug and had basically no or very little side effects. On the 3rd month it hit me badly starting with huge diarrhea, nausea and loss of appetite. Also, it messed up with my thyroid gland.
At that point I've already learned a few things about cannabis and decided not to continue chemo. To say that my oncologist was mad would be the understatement. Of course, he was making tons of money off that poison.
But my decision was made despite of him pushing me to do more chemo.
Since I live in the state where only CBD is slightly legal I had to go to another state where friends helped me to get some THC which I had to hide in my luggage on the way back. Great! in my age to become a smuggler. Ha-ha-ha! But I want to live to see my grandkids grow. So, I did what I had to do.
Speaking of that chemo and research drug, now 6 weeks after I quit I still have that diarrhea, not as bad as it used to be but it still didn't stop (they probably killed all my flora in the guts) and nausea still coming and going, my appetite is not completely back, I lost about 35 lb but I am taking cannabis for about 10 days, just like Rick Simpson recommended: started with a small amount, now I am up to 0.5 gram and hopefully will be able to take 1 g soon.
I just had CT-scan last week and it showed some very small reduction of one of the lymph node. BTW, my oncologist didn't bother to show up for an appointment, he just sent a physician assistant instead. Which is fine with me as long as they still do CT and blood test.
So, that about me. I truly hope that cannabis will help me to get a complete cure of cancer.
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