Complete Long Term Remission of the Third Local and Metastatic Recurrence of an Advanced Cervical Cancer with Bone Involvement through the Immunobiological Issels Treatment without further Standard Treatment
Patient L.G., Born 1901, File 183/53
17 years cancer free without recurrence, patient leading normal life.
Diagnosis: Cancer of the Cervix Stage I.
Histology: Adenocarcinoma. University of Goettingen/Germany.
February to March 1945
Treatment: Radium Implant and Radiation Therapy.
First Metastatic Recurrence: Tumor in Douglas. Treatment: Radiation Therapy.
Second Metastatic Recurrence at left pelvic wall. Treatment: Radiation Therapy.
Third Metastatic Recurrence: Solitary translucent area in right femur and in vertebral column.
Standard Treatment exhausted, patient considered incurable.
September to December 1953
Issels Treatment: 12 weeks of in-patient treatment and 6 months of out-patient follow-up treatment.
Independ. Admission Exam: Infiltration of both parametriae (general rigidity of vaginal wall); plum-sized resistance near the rectum, adherent to the ischium; translucent area with ill-defined margins in the lower left femur.
Discharge Exam: Complete remission of parametric infiltration; nearly complete remission of rectum metastasis; partial remission of bone lesion.
Later findings: Complete remission of all findings.
DISCLAIMER: No claim is made that patients with similar diagnosis and/or treatment/s will respond to the same extent as the patients shown. All testimonials had been provided voluntarily to share their experience with the Issels Treatment and their state of health at the time. Some may have passed away due to age or disease. None of these patients received compensation or are related to the Issels Treatment Centers.