Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Disappearance of Lung Cancer and Metastatic Skin Cancer

On December 2000, a woman, 35 years old, was told that there was shadow on her lung at a medical checkup and she was advised to take a thorough examination despite that she did not take it.

On the following year, she felt stuffy and fatigue and she found a sore of the skin. At a result of an inspection and a skin biopsy, she was diagnosed as progressive lung cancer and metastatic skin cancer.

Although her doctor suggested a chemotherapy treatment, she decided to take a mind power treatment that she had heard from her friend in the past. 

She had started using mind power on May 2001, and continued to take mind power treatments twice a week whilst she felt changes after every treatment and the improvements of her body.

She had restarted house chores and driving. 

Two months later, the result of a MRI scan indicated the disappearance of lung cancer. Her skin gradually improved and completely recovered after six months. 

Twelve years have passed since then, but she never has cancer again.

The texts were originally written in Japanese by Dr. Goto and Dr. Toyoda and translated by Mio Nakano.
Reference: Makiko Goto and Mito Toyoda, The Challenge of Two Women Doctors. pp84-86. Tokyo: Aiiku Shuppan, 2013.

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