Adenocarcinoma

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I  can share with you that I found in lung cancer I had an issue of loss and felt some sadness. I resolved the issue and some time later had a spontaneous remission of the cancer. I don't know about vaginal cancer, sorry.

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Sorry it has taken my a while to respond. I will try to find you on Facebook. I don't know if I can use the zoom.us. Anyway I want to say that you may be able to have a spontaneous remission of the cancer. In oesophageal cancer there are also  issues that cause anxiety. You need to resolve the issues so that the anxiety goes away. Here is my video I explain what I discovered about cancer in general. And here about esophageal cancer.

https://www.quora.com/Can-esophagal-cancer-be-cured/answers/154261088

You can get well again.

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I forgot to add my video in the previous reply. Here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owoFpAzBock&t=344s and if you go into my you tube channel you will see I have made some others as well.

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I'm riddled with tumors all benign - looking for a new liver now
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