Helping my speeding mother survive cancer

I always advise my mother not to have a flu vaccine.   Last year she had one and immediately had severe pains in her legs which lasted weeks.  She couldn't easily get up or down stairs, but as we had a stair lift she could use, left over from my late father's use, we got around this temporary disability.

That said she later on decided to have a hip operation, or rather was persuaded she needed one, which did for her living with stairs once and for all (the operation did, I mean).  We finally had to move her out of her house after sixty years of contended residence.  She wishes she hadn't had the hip operation, as her hip wasn't all that bad.  The op was very painful apart from the upheaval it caused to her life.

I've had her taking Novodalin,  the concentrated apricot kernel, ever since she had suffered from various cancers a few years ago.  Her lungs had become patchy and she was coughing day and night, but this all cleared up, much to the doctor's surprise, when she started taking the pill.  While moving house she lost these pills (They cost about £1 each), and unfortunately some traces of cancer have returned.  I bought some more Novodalin for her this week, wishing I'd acted quicker.  I'll see how she's doing next week.

As she moved house, she left behind a £1000 water filtration system, which was also part of my earlier successful home made efforts at stopping her cancer.  The GP had said there was nothing they could do about her lungs and she'd have to live with it. The day I tried to instal a similar half micron water-filtration system into her new house, she was out - on a government course for speeding!  She'd been caught three times in a year, and wasn't back home when the engineer/plumber called in.  He's not back for another six months unfortunately.

I hope we've done enough to stop her cancers meantime.  The local water is atrocious, not fluoride but every other rotten toxic metal and chemical.    She also mentioned that the doctor had told her to take a daily aspirin, which I see is strongly advised against on  The medical profession is so keen on making all the wrong interventions, it appears to me.  I asked her to stop taking it.