Leo Scruggs was being treated for lung cancer at a well known cancer center. When the treatments stopped working, they told him there was nothing else they could do. Leo sought a second opinion at the North Central Mississippi Regional Cancer Center. As his C.E.A. markers continue to decrease, Leo and his wife Judy talk about how Dr. Arnold Smith’s treatments have helped them find hope.
Arnold Ashley talks about how he found Dr. Smith and the North Central Mississippi Regional Cancer Center. Read more
Dr. Arnold Smith talks to Arnold Ashley about his journey with cancer.
Ernest Walker describes his fight with lung cancer and talks about his treatment at the North Central Mississippi Regional Cancer Center in Greenwood, MS under Dr. Arnold Smith’s care.
Huey Huggins discusses his lung cancer treatment with Dr. Arnold Smith at the North Central Mississippi Regional Cancer Center.
Immunotherapy Can Boost Survivability
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in industrialized nations, leading ahead of colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer. Dr. Arnold Smith has a long term track record of success in treating lung cancer.
Multiple studies have provided evidence that Cimetidine has a great effect on the immune system and on long term survival in cancer patients. For reasons that do not appear to be in the best interest of patients, Cimetidine is rarely used in the US to treat any form of cancer. Dr. Arnold Smith has placed virtually every patient on Cimetidine after seeing the powerful results of this drug on a twenty-one year survivor of lung cancer, John Reese.
Evidence that a biological approach which had immune stimulation as its fundamental objective was able to benefit cancer patients has been available for over 20 years. It is well to remember that physicians in the business of cancer treatment face financial disincentives preventing the widespread use of immunotherapy, and outcome data which is not in conformance with the current treatment paradigm is ignored or suppressed. Dr. Arnold Smith’s innovative immune strengthening treatments have demonstrated much higher survival rate than those which do not employ immunotherapy.
In this four-part series, twenty-one year lung cancer survivor John Reese talks about attitude, negativity, why a positive attitude helps patients, chemotherapy, and the healing power of the immune system.
He talks with other patients about how Dr. Arnold Smith takes a different approach to cancer treatment, caring not just for the body but for the individual as a whole.
It is tough to immagine how it feels to be told that you have only six to eight months to live. Alva Bryan thought he was healthy, until he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
He drove from the Gulf Coast to Greenwood because Dr. Arnold Smith’s immunotherapy gave him hope that other cancer centers could not offer, which helped to rebuild the natural defenses he lost as he aged.