A 50-year-old lady at the time of contacting the practitioner was bedridden after a series of treatments for breast cancer. She was first diagnosed with the cancer in March 2013. She had undergone unilateral mastectomy, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Initially the treatment seemed successful but the cancer resurfaced and was found to be spreading. She was then subjected to ten sessions of chemotherapy, the impact of which she could not tolerate leading to her bedridden state.
On 1 September 2013 she was treated with the following combo:
CC2.1 Cancers – all + CC2.2 Cancer pain + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…6TD
After two months on 1 November, there was 50% improvement. The patient was walking unaided and was able to go to the toilet by herself. After four months in January 2014, there was 75% improvement. Patient had started to go out for morning walks and was attending to household work. At the end of six months in March, there was great improvement of almost 90%. By May 2014 the patient had recovered fully. Tests done at this time showed no traces of cancer in her body. The dosage was now reduced to TDS for a month, followed by BD for another month and then OD for the next six months, after which the dosage was reduced to OW. This was later reduced to once a fortnight. As of August 2016, the patient is doing well and takes maintenance dose of the vibro remedy once a month.