Successful Healing of Prostate Cancer Within Two Months
A patient was diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer (9 on a Gleason scale of 10) in 2005. There had been another case in the family at the same time (stepfather with prostate cancer that had just metastasized). The patient had become convinced that removing his prostate would provide protection. He had been treated with a round of radiation after the first surgery as the cancer ended up being on the margins.
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In September 2008, the patientís PSA once again showed an increased value. He decided to be treated at a clinic in Houston which had good results in this area. The patient had to pay the complete expense of $40,000 (insurance did not cover anything). Several months later, his weight had dropped from 190 pounds to 169 pounds. On top of all this, the patient incurred a mild TIA stroke. His family insisted he get off the medication as they argued that this could have contributed to the stroke.
In September 2009, the patientís PSA was at 17.9. His oncologist insisted on a treatment with Lupron (standard against prostate cancer). The patient had refused in the past given the horrible side effects (e.g. hot flashes). Being left with almost no choice the patient agreed to be scheduled for the first Lupron shot in October 2009.
Given the difficult situation the patient went to an alternative cancer convention at Universal City where he met Dr. Lubecki. After a clarifying discussion, Dr. Lubecki placed the patient under his large laser machine to neutralize heavy metals in the patientís body which he assumed to be a possible cause for the cancer. In addition, the patient started to use Dr. Lubeckiís imprint machine on a daily basis. It would help to compensate for the daily exposure to toxins.
Another PSA test was taken in October 2009 (prior to the first Lupron shot and after the first treatment sessions with Dr. Lubecki). The results were remarkable. The PSA value had decreased by about 50% down to 8.9. The oncologist was shocked and agreed not to start the Lupron treatment. Instead he suggested the Patient take another PSA test in January 2010 (patient decided to take it in December 2010). The results from the PSA in December 2010 were even more satisfactory. The value was determined at 0.5 which practically meant that the cancer was removed.