Thank you very much for the question Abrao.
I am posting an answer since you appear offline for long.
Please note that Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) are therapies of proven or unproven efficacy. They may work for some, may not work for others.
However, despite this, they have been used to control the symptoms associated with cancer, and promote wellness in the patients. If combined appropriately with the standard cancer treatment, they may be beneficial. And if not adviced and monitored by an expert, there might be great chances of side effects (like any drug).
So one has to carefully plan the CAM therapy by a certified CAM practitioner in close liaison by your oncologist to make this effort a success, and to avoid any side effects.
Since you had cancer in 3 major areas of the body (colon, liver and lungs), we all know that the options are getting limited in case of recurrences, so HONESTLY, i would have tried all kind of therapies at this point with the anticipation that at least some of the treatment will work and provide beneficial effects.
At the same time, i will suggest you to be cautious and avoid over the counter available alternate treatments with out consulting a CAM specialist, since most of these products are scam and the claims they made are outright hoax.
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Goodluck and Get well soon :)
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