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Can blood cancer be treated with Ayurvedic medicine ?

one of myfriend is suffering with blood cancer ... last stage.. , when we spoken with NIMS doctors, they suggested that need to do the bone marrow transplantation, the treatment which will be in few lakhs. and thay are told 50% successful chance, for that we decided to take the medicine from ayurvedic , is it correct decision? please tell me
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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Hi Welcome to Healthcare magic....
I am not an ayurvedic doctor and so cant tell you on that.
I would suggest go for Bone marrow transplant if 1)Have a HLA matched donor 2)are financially affordable.
The success of bone marrow transplant depends on the stage of the disease but the results are very good.
If there is a donor suitable , which is hard to find and if financially affordable can go for Bone marrow transplant.
I dont think there is anything in ayurvedic medications for the treatment of leukemias (Blood Cancer).
Answered: Sat, 21 May 2011
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