Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Recovery from Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumour and Cancerous Ascites

A man was diagnosed as pancreatic neuroendocrine tumour at the age of 28, later it metastasised to the liver and spread to the lymph nodes. He underwent pancreatic and hepatic surgeries and transcatheter arterial emobolisations. 

In 2009, when he was 42, he was given three months to live due to the limits of Western medicine. 

Although he had mind power treatments once a week or two weeks, he decided to take consecutive treatments started from 7th of April on 2012. During 8 days, mind power reduced his abdominal dropsy dramatically in spite that he did not take any medications nor be on a drop.

7/April 2012

His abdominal girth was 35.4 inches and the navel was swelled. He had cancer pain, abdominal distension and the loss of appetite.

14/April 2012

His abdominal girth was 31.4 inches. The cancer pain and abdominal distension were ameliorated. He had appetite.

21/April 2012

His abdominal girth was 28.7 inches.

Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumour is a rare disease that one in 100,000 people has. It is difficult to diagnose a grade histopathologically, so the malignancy is judged according to the liver metastasis and the lymph node metastasis.

In this case, he was at stage IV and he was told that he did not have much time to live as there are no effective treatments in Western medicine. Doctors engaged in western medicine recommend patients with ascites to reduce the amount of salt, rest-cure, the use of diuretic and the absorption of ascites by using a needle. 

However, the ascites contains nutritions, thus it cannot be absorbed immediately. In addition, patients tend to have ascites again as the absorption is a temporal treatment. 

The case illustrates that the intensive treatment with mind power can ameliorate the ascites without any side effects and the effectiveness has lasted. In conclusion, mind power can be compatible with Western medicine and can tackle the symptoms caused by cancer. 

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. pp81-83. Tokyo: Aiiku Shuppan, 2013.

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