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Stomach problems, on oral hydrogen peroxide treatment. Cancer lump removed from bladder. Advise?

my friend is on an oral hydrogen peroxcide treatment due to a cancerous bladder. he had the cancer lump removed from his bladder and two weeks later he was told to begin this treatment. he noticed (after 2 weeks of OHP treatment) he is complaining of stomache problems. and I want to thank you for doing this for complete strangers! i know you sacraficed sooooooooo many things to become a doctor and i just want you to know that i am appreciative.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Hydrogen peroxide treatment for cancer is not STANDARD treatment. According the American Cancer Society, there is no scientific evidence that hydrogen peroxide is a safe, effective or useful cancer treatment, .Its only use is as a surface disinfectant.
Moreover it is a toxic compound . Hydrogen peroxide ingestion can also result in chemical burns in the throat and severe poisoning.
It can be cause of his stomach problems.
So my advise is to immediately stop this unproven and potentially toxic treatment.
Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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