Help Tinjie Fight Stage IIIB Cervical Cancer

Update posted by Christin Gertrud Sto Tomas On Apr 21, 2019

Did you know there is a rare form of Cervical Cancer NOT CAUSED by HPV and is diagnosed most times by symptoms? This is another reason why LADIES need to listen to your bodies and any abnormal things you may have going on...

Small cell cervical cancer (SCCC) and large cell cervical cancer (LCCC) make up a rare sub-type of cervical cancer. They are aggressive forms of a larger group of tumours called neuroendocrine cancers. These cancers occur in the hormone-producing cells of the body's neuroendocrine system, which is composed of cells that are a cross between endocrine (hormone-producing) cells and nerve cells.

Of the 11,000 new cases of cervical cancer diagnosed in the United States each year, approximately 100 cases will be small cell or large cell cervical cancer. Unlike other types of cervical cancer, SCCC and LCCC have no definitive link to the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Because these tumours are so rare, the cause is not yet fully understood.

Small cell and large cell cervical cancers are the most common type of neuroendocrine tumour in the cervix but still accounts for less than 1% of all cervical cancers.

Symptoms of Small and Large Cell Cervical Cancer

While many people with SCCC/LCCC experience no warning signs, some symptoms may include:

Vaginal bleeding

Vaginal discharge

Bleeding after sexual intercourse

Diagnosis

Most cases of SCCC/LCCC are diagnosed because of symptoms, or a gynaecologist notices an abnormality on the cervix during a physical exam and performs a biopsy.

Small and large cell cervical tumours can be detected with a Pap smear, but many women with this disease can have normal Pap smears before the tumour is detected. Since these cancers do not have a known pre-malignant state, Pap tests are an imperfect diagnostic method.

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Update posted by Christin Gertrud Sto Tomas On Apr 20, 2019

FYI FRIENDS AND FAMILY! EDUCATE YOURSELF! You also might be AT RISK OF CERVICAL CANCER if you are:

1. Smokers/Secondhand smoke exposure – women who smoke are twice as likely to get cervical cancer compared to non-smokers. This could be due to effects of tobacco and its chemicals on cervical cells.

2.. Those with a weak immune system – this includes HIV positive patients and women after an organ transplant who are taking immunosuppressants to stop the body rejecting donated organs.

3. Oral contraceptive pills use for over 5 years may raise the risk of cervical cancer.

4. Women who have two children have twice the risk of getting cervical cancer compared to women who do not have any children. This is an unclear association. Some speculate that the hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy could make the cervix more vulnerable to the effects of HPV. Multiple pregnancies also raise the risk of cervical cancer.

5. Co-infections with HIV infection, Chlamydia infection.

6. Exposure to hormonal drug diethylstilbestrol (DES) raises the risk of vaginal and cervical cancer.

7. Those with a family history of cervical cancer are more at risk of getting this cancer. There is a possible genetic risk associated with HLA-B7.

8. Sexually active heterosexual women.

9. Women who have multiple sexual partners or have a promiscuous male sexual partner

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Update posted by Christin Gertrud Sto Tomas On Apr 17, 2019

Ever since I joined JC Premiere last August 2019, I have been using their products from beauty, health and wellness and personal care. I brand-shifted.

I have been consistently using the KPads Negative Ion Napkin since and been taking 4Green Capsules one capsule 3 times a day and Calvit C 500mg one capsule a day.




Good Leaf Ashitaba line was launched in December 2018 and it really has cancer-killing mode of action backed up by clinical stidies conducted in Japan.

Since we have a family history of Breast Cancer, I started drinking Ashitaba Capsules last February at a dosage of one capsule a day. I then increased my dosage to 3 capsules 3 times a day. When my diagnosis came out last April 8, I also increased my dosage to 5 capsules 3 times a day.

I am also taking in Premiere Organic Barley, one sachet 3 times a day.


Together with a healthy diet, no sugar and lesser carbohydrate intake, this has helped me maintain normal levels for all my other laboratory results.

While still waiting for my medical protocol, I ensure that I don't miss out on my supplements.

My Regimen to-date:

  1. Kpads Negative Ion Sanitary pads use
  2. Barley Juice - one sachet 3 times a day
  3. Calvit C - 2 capsules 3 times a day
  4. 4Green - 2 casules 2 times a day
  5. Good Leaf Ashitaba - 5 capsules 3 times a day
  6. Hemarate - one tablet at bedtime


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Update posted by Christin Gertrud Sto Tomas On Apr 16, 2019

I got bumped off from Tuesday's appointment with the Radiation Oncologist because the clinic had so many patients. The ROs availability is only every Tuesdays and Thursdays at SPMC's Cancer Institute. So we're going to visit again next Tuesday since Thursday is already Maundy Thursday. I am also waiting for a medical protocol from Manila for a holistic management approach which doesn't require chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Chemoradiation therapy may have detrimental side effects and I am scared. I'm considering the holistic approach instead. Staying positive despite. I can get through this!

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