Almost 2 weeks ago i was told by  my specialist that i have untreatable liver cancer and wanted to put me on palative care straight away only it is not hurting me 

 

 So i am looking at alternative solutions as i am not ready to go.

 

So i am after someone to let me know how much gumbi gumbi to use so that it can do the job i know that it can? Can anyone please help with the info?

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i am after anyone that has worked out the amount of Gumbi Gumbi tablets to use to do the job i know it can do?

Can someone please help me?

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Cancer Council Team

Hi @muzza,

 

I just wanted to check in with you and see how you are doing today?

 

I am not familiar with the application of Gumbi Gumbi, here at  Cancer Council we support evidence-based treatments for cancer and have reviewed material on the efficacy of Gumbi Gumbi.

 

Cancer Council has a website which looks at claims related to cancer treatment and assesses them scientifically. This is the page on Gumbi Gumbi which looks at what it is and whether it works to treat cancer:  Gumbi Gumbi. This may be of interest to you.

 

Please don't hesitate to contact 13 11 20 during business hours, there may be some services or support that is available to you that would be helpful, and sometimes just talking things through with someone else can help immensely.

 

 

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Frequent Visitor

Hope you get to read this.   

Gumbi Gumbi, experienced by a relative took 3 in morning, 3 lunch time and 3 at night after food medically diagonised brain tumour,  stage 4 lung cancer and specialist left speechless.    You make your own decision with the best of wishes.

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Frequent Visitor

Hi MaryMichael,

 

Thank you for your post. Could you provide me with more information where to get those tablets?

 

*Urgently needed*

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