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Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think

Posted by
Crissy Seamster [3336.7571] on April 19, 2009 at 01:34:37:

http://www.prayforbilly.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47&Itemid=54

this is someone that lives in my town, and the story is growing nationally now. The doctors have no idea what is wrong with him. If you go to that link above, it is a website dedicated to him and that page lists everything that has happened.

In my opinion, of course he needs to start the wholefoods diet, and etc., but at the moment he is in the hospital. To me, it doesn't matter what you have, but what you put in your body. The body will heal itself if you treat it correctly. But of course, everyone looks to MDs for the fix.

please let me know if anyone has any answers or ideas. She is looking for other alternative ways. But I have a feeling she is being bombarded with LOTS of different ways since it's been on the news so much.

thanks!
Crissy



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Re: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think

Posted by Jan DeCourtney, CMT (Happygal) [383.6704] on April 19, 2009 at 10:44:56:

In Reply to: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think posted by Crissy Seamster [3336.7571] on April 19, 2009 at 01:34:37:

Hi Crissy,

Wow. What a hard time for the boy.

Since the medical approach doesn't seem to be resolving the causes, I'd start trying all the alternatives. It reminds me a bit of Ruban Jordan's journey -- my question would be what is he eating?

What about visceral manipulation, massage, SR, cranio sacral work, rebounding, etc.

When things get so complicated by the allopathic interventions (and when the interventions seem to be keeping someone alive), it seems challenging to go back to what is totally natural. But I think perhaps that is the best thing! Maybe it should be done slowly. Can he even stay alive if he is off all the life support things they are doing for him in the hospital?

Best wishes,
Jan


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Re: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think

Posted by Lurch [140.4558] on April 20, 2009 at 06:40:25:

In Reply to: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think posted by Crissy Seamster [3336.7571] on April 19, 2009 at 01:34:37:

Crohn's and UC tell me he should be on the SCDiet [ Specific Carbohydrate Diet ]. They may be feeding him all the things that caused the UC and CD to begin with.



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Re: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think Archive

Posted by Walt Stoll [93.7579] on April 20, 2009 at 08:03:32:

In Reply to: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think posted by Crissy Seamster [3336.7571] on April 19, 2009 at 01:34:37:

Crissy,

In my opinion, the allopathic monopoly will cling to him all the way to the grave--even though they have no idea what his problem is. "The hospital is no place for sick people!"

I had just begun to understand the causes of ulcerative colitis (similar condition), when I was called by the family to see the 23 year old head of the family who was obviously dying in the university hospital, in spite of all the specialists who were seeing him. The family insisted and, even though the hospital staff was totally against it, I went to see him. He had a bowl of candy bars on his bedside stand (because he was losing weight), IVs in both arms and looked like death warmed over. He had been wasting away, in the hospital for 3 weeks by the time I saw him.

I suggested biofeedback and a whole foods diet. The university had purchased an entire biofeedback lab a year before and when the physiologist who had insisted that they buy the equipment left, no one had learned to use the equipment so all the machines were stored in the back of inactive storage for a year--covered with dust.

The dietitians, in charge of his case, did not even know what a whole foods diet was and they did all in their power to get me thrown out of the hospital and practically refused to prepare his food once I had explained to them about it. I threw the candy bars in the wastebasket!

The family insisted and so the staff finally got out of the way--after all he was dying and I guess they thought they could blame his inevitable death on ME.

Well, he had nothing better to do than his dying and he applied himself totally to the biofeedback and gobbled up his diet.

Within a week he was off his IVs and within 10 days he was home. He lived a healthy life for more than 10 years. I was a pall bearer at his funeral. Of course the hospital said it was a miracle and could not have had anything to do with that wierd biofeedback or his wierd diet

His family knew better though.

At least they might give this approach a trial, since nothing else is working! It is hard to give advice from here but this case was SO much like the above that I just had to share the story. This can only be my opinion while not having the privilege of being one of the "docs on the spot".

Walt


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Re: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think Archive

Posted by Lurch [140.4558] on April 20, 2009 at 09:48:21:

In Reply to: Re: Billy's disease. has anyone heard of it, and what you think Archive posted by Walt Stoll [93.7579] on April 20, 2009 at 08:03:32:

Hi Dr Stoll. Interesting story.

In my opinion, the allopathic monopoly will cling to him all the way to the grave--even though they have no idea what his problem is. "The hospital is no place for sick people!"

I thought the same thing when I went to the prayforbilly.com link above. The allopaths are going to milk this case to the max. I don't even know if they really care if the guy gets better or not. They have a big source of income from this guy and it's like that's all they care about.


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