Patrick Swayze has
|He was diagnosed with
pancreatic cancer in early 2008. He is receiving
chemotherapy treatments at Stanford University Medical
Center. His doctor reported that they were optimistic
about his chances. On November 28, 2008, the National
Enquirer reported that the cancer had spread to
Swayze's liver and his chances of survival had lessened
"At times, he was so weak that he could barely walk
without feeling faint. Sometimes he feels out of breath
and has to sit down." Patrick, 56, told
Lisa, his wife of 33 years, and his brother Donny that
he doesn't have long to live.
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There is a common chemical exposure through
this past century that should be suspect for
various cancers: Butyl or
It causes many types of cancers: liver & pancreatic, too - what
2-butoxyethanol will cause.
shows up first is irrelevant)
Often there is a serious flu that shows up
with serious headaches and ANEMIA that evades medical science.
My friend had this show up in her, and her death last March was more
from the idiopathic anemia ... than from the cancer per se.
AIHI or IMHA
You will hear comments like they have 'the chills' ... rapid
heartbeat ... shortness of breath ... FATIGUE. Look for the hard to
find acquired autoimmune hemolytic anemia.
And avoid this pesticide:
If Patrick Swayze also has this anemia, I hope and pray his doctor/s
will find it.
Cancer Harm may be Secondary to ANEMIA?
"Classically, in IMHA the stimulation of the bone marrow is so strong that even the white blood cells lines (which have very little to do with this disease but which also are born and incubate in the bone marrow along side the red blood cells) are stimulated. This leads to white blood cell counts that are spectacularly high."
autoimmune issues ... NHL, cancers?
"Patrick Swayze's Doctor disputes Near-Death Reports"
We need to know what is causing so many cancers, autoimmune
issues, birth defects
Randy Pausch PhD & Dr. Ron Davis, MD
Both Died in 2008 of Pancreatic
|Harm to our Veterans is a common chemical
Margaret Diann Hursh
Valdez, AK 99686
|There are some wrong perceptions in medical science, and I have
tried to pass this on to his doctor. I watched my friend die earlier
in this year from the same thing. She took all the chemo and it did
no good. She and many others prayed fervently. So sad. Please
consider whether you have exposure to BUTYL with resultant ANEMIA
that is more probably more serious than the cancer. Things like
horrible headaches, FATIGUE, memory loss and autoimmune issues.
Anemia clues are 'the chills' rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath
Swayze - Pancreatic Cancer
Patrick Swayze - In hospital with
He may be dealing with multiple autoimmune
issues. Lungs filling up with fluid can also be an autoimmune issue.
Regardless of the cancer that shows up, the ANEMIA ... the FATIGUE
that is present, is a more serious threat to life. When you see a
person commenting about 'the chills," rapid heart beat, shortness of
breath ... you may be noticing the ANEMIA: autoimmune hemolytic
anemia that is hard to find. Caused by exposure to 2-butoxyethanol
(butyl for short). Exposure to this chemical looks like 'the flu' or
serious nasal congestion with diarrhea to nausea. Some thoughts for
Patrick and his doctors:
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