Cellular Cancer Therapy, part 13
CHAPTER 14: MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED IN DONATIAN THERAPY
The patent name(s) and generic formula are cited. For obvious reasons, the name of the producing pharmaceutical company has been left out.
VITAMIN B COMPLEX
ANESPAS — F (?)
ATROMID S 500
GADITAL IODIDE (?)
CHAPTER 15: TWENTY-FIVE CASE HISTORIES
Case History # 1 Bilateral Mammary Tumor
Major Symptoms: Sharp pain in the left breast,
Previous History: 2 1/2 years ago was operated on to remove a walnut-sized tumor from her left breast. In the last year has noticed another tumor in the same breast,
The tumor in the left breast grew until reaching a rectangular size of’ 4 x 5 cm. The patient feels sharp burning pain in the breast, burning in the nipple, and the pain has spread to the entire upper left extremity. Underwear is bothersome, and she speaks of vague discomfort in the right arm.
Does not smoke, drink or use drugs.
Specific Symptoms: Digestive: lack of appetite, metallic taste in the mouth, bromhydrosis, halitosis, bitter taste in the mouth, nausea and vomiting of bitter food residues.
Cardiovascular: tachycardia, frequent palpitations, numbing of hands and feet. Feet are swollen in the morning.
Genitourinary: pollakiuria, odinomenorrhea, menstruation for 8 days with leukorrhea. Nervous, irritable, has insomnia.
Musculoskeletal: pain in both superior extremities.
Vital signs: BP: 104/68 Pulse: 83/mm Temperature: 36.5º C
Signs: Patient in generally good state of health, does not appear to be as young as she is, white. Physical exploration uncovers hard, painful lymph nodes on each side of the neck, each the size of a chick pea, above the supraclavicular region. The lower edge of the liver is felt to be swollen, painful; Murphy’s maneuver is positive. The patient complains of pain throughout the area of the colon upon palpation.
Diagnosis: Bilateral mammary tumor.
Treatments: 4 sessions of Donatian Therapy, one every 5 days.
Prognosis: Cured. November 15 a mammography was taken which was normal. X-rays of the thorax showed no metastases.
Description of Treatment: The night before treatment, the patient was administered an enema and upon awakening blood and urine samples were taken.
20 IU of insulin mixed with 1 ml Betalin were administered at 2:30 PM. When symptoms of hypoglycemia began at 3:10, 2 tablespoons of Boldocynara, 2 tablespoons of Mucaine, 2 tablets of Carbotiazol and 1 tablet of Cynomel were administered. Then 100 mg of Endoxan were administered IM with 125 mg Reverin, 1/2 ampule of Madribon, 25 mg of PCT, and 3 ml Betalin, concluding with 1 tablet of Roniacol and 1 of nicotinic acid,
At 3:15 PM the therapy point is reached and 50 mg of Endoxan dissolved in 50% hypertonic glucose solution are given IV.
This treatment was repeated every 5 days, with the addition of 1/2 ampule of Oradexon.
The patient was released on November 1/2 of the same year.
Evolution of Treatment: The first treatment was given on October 16.
The principal symptom, sharp pain in the left breast, is approximately 70% less intense. The tumor now measures 2 x 3 cm; the sharp pains and burning have decreased; the burning of the nipple disappeared, as did the pain in the left arm; discomfort from underwear and in the right arm both disappeared.
Digestive: appearance of appetite, disappearance of other symptoms.
Cardiovascular: no longer has tachycardia, palpitations, or numbness in hands and feet. Edema of the feet has also disappeared.
Nervous: no longer irritable, sleeps better.
Musculoskeletal: no longer feels pain in the arms. Physical exploration reveals a smaller tumor and less pain in the left breasts where the tumor measured 4 x 5 cm, it now measures 2 x 3 cm, the volume, consistency and shape are less irregular, the nipple is smaller.
After the second treatment, the sharp burning pain disappeared and upon physical exploration, there is still slight pain in the breast. The tumor measures 0.5 x 1 cm.
After the third treatment, there were no symptoms and no pain upon palpation. The breast is of normal size and the tumor is the size of a lentil. After the final treatment the breast is normal and no tumor is palpated.
Note, 10/26/78: After giving birth twice, the patient still shows no symptoms, or signs.
Case History # 2 Pulmonary carcinoma of the left vertex
Previous History: The patient relates that after a cold the cough persisted, and this is what motivated the visit. The cough began 6 months ago. He consulted a physician who prescribed several medications, but the cough continued to worsen, with the appearance of mucopurulent phlegm and often blood • An x-ray was taken and a dark area was found at the vertex of the left lung.
The cough intensified further and recently the dyspnea has been very accentuated, as has been the case with the hemoptoic expectoration, as well. Faced with this situation, another physician had him undergo radiotherapy, operating to implant radioactive needles. Two ribs of the left hemithorax were removed and the radioactive needles placed in the vertex of the left lung.
The patient’s condition worsened, with increasing pain and dyspnea; he has difficulty in expelling the expectoration which is very sticky; he has lost 25 kg.
The last x-ray shows a metastasis at the base of the right lung, with a continuous fever of between 37.5 and 38°C (see x—ray #1). The patient relates that he has no appetite and that it is very difficult to swallow because his dyspnea increases. The pain in the left medial hemithorax is continuous. The patient smoked very much: 3 packs of cigarettes per day.
Previous illnesses: had malaria in 1943.
Specific symptoms: Digestive. Anorexia, dysphagia.
Respiratory. Very intense dyspnea.
Physical exploration: Three very painful, grape-sized lymph nodes are palpated in each submaxillar region. Two walnut—sized lymph nodes are found in each supraclavivular region. Auscultation of the thorax shows hoarse, creaking, stertor during respiration. The anterior face of the right hemithorax reveals pleural rubbing.
On the posterior face of the thorax, palpation reveals a lack of vocal vibrations in the left hemithorax and a dampening of them in the right. Upon percussion, the base of the right side and all of the left side sound dampened (?matidez). Upon auscultation no respiratiory murmur is heard on the left side, there is creaking stertor. On the right side, the respiratory murmur is only absent at the base; in the rest of the right hemithorax there is hoarse stertor.
Abdomen. There is intercostal retraction and this continues to the abdomen making evident the enormous effort required for breathing.
The respiration of this patient is predominantly abdominal, like that of a newborn infant.
Diagnosis: Pulmonary carcinoma of the left vertex.
Treatment: 25 sessions of Donatian therapy, one per week for 6 months. 48 hours after the application of the first treatment x-ray #2 was taken, already showing some improvement.
On October 15 was released as cured, as x-ray #3 clearly shows.
Evolution of Treatment: The first treatment was given on March 3, 1953. The main signs of the patient are coughing, dyspnea, hemoptoic expectoration, and pain. The result of the first treatment was that the coughing was reduced. as was the dyspnea and the hemoptoic expectoration; the fever disappeared and the patient recovered some of his appetite, since he could swallow better.
Physical exploration. The submaxillary lymph nodes were reduced in volume and less painful. Upon auscultation of the thorax, the creaking stertor are a little less sonorous, the pleural rubbing of the right hemithorax persists on the anterior face of the hemithorax, on the posterior face of the thorax the vocal vibrations are very much diminished, but they have improved on the right side. With percussion, the dull, dampened response is no longer heard on the right side, nor at the vertex of the left lung, though it continues in the rest. Upon auscultation, the respiratory murmur begins to make itself present at the vertex of the left lung, where the creaking stertor are less sonorous; in the rest of this lung and in all of the right the respiratory murmur is already distinguish able and the hoarse stertor of the right lung are diminished.
Abdomen. Intercostal retraction is less, just as In the rest of the abdomen, abdominal respiration, is also less. X-rays are taken and reveal that the base of the right lung has already cleared up as has the vertex of the left. The patient notices satisfactory improvement with each treatment. Finally, at the 24th treatment, none of the symptoms are present and the patient is given one more. X-rays are taken after the last treatment and reveal a perfectly healthy patient, thus corroborating the clinical evidence.
Case History # 3 Metastasis of carcinoma of the left breast to the right
Previous history: On September 23, 1969 the patient underwent a mastectomy with removal of the entire left breast, since biopsy showed the existence of a cirrhous carcinoma. Since then the patient has noticed that In the right breast a node appeared that has gradually grown in size. At present she feels pain in the right breast, the left arm and is slightly confused. The patient’s father died of cancer.
Specific symptoms: The only thing that calls attention is a weight loss of 5 kg.
Physical exploration. Palpation of the neck reveals several small lymph nodes that are hard and painful. In the supraclavicular region, there are two olivesized lymph nodes on the same side that are very hard and very painful.
In the anterior region of the thorax there is a semi—circular scar that goes from the axilia to the middle of the sternum; the scar is keloid, painful upon palpation and gives the patient a burning sensation. The scar is retracted because it is keloid and is compressing the right arm, which is swollen.
Diagnosis: Metastasis of the carcinoma of the left breast to the right.
Treatment: We administered 14 sessions of Donatian therapy, one per week!
On June 15, 1970 the patient was released as totally cured.part 14