Mycosis Fungoides

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Marilyn Vailati Says:
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A neighbor died after reaching the tumor stage.


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Marilyn Vailati Says:
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A neighbor struggled with Mycosis Fungoides a lymphoma and after initial treatment stopped going to oncologists. He reached the tumor stage and died. He said at one point he was treating the plaques with epsom salt.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, epsom salt would only be a topical treatment and it's not proven to help with such a condition, anyway. This is a T-cell lymphoma, so that means he wasn't doing anything to help with the internal source of the problem.

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marilyn v. Says:
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There needs to be scientific help for Lupus and drugs to cure the disease and not just a band-aid approach. There is no real diagnostic for lupus.

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