Complete Long Term Remission of a Recurring Highly Malignant Advanced Carcinoma of the Cervix through the Immunobiological Issels Treatment without any further Standard Treatment
Patient K. B., Born 1898, File 236/55
11 years cancer free without any recurrence, patient leading normal healthy life.
Diagnosis: Carcinoma of the Cervix Stage II.
Histology: Tubular adenomatous and adenopappilar carcinoma with high degree of malignancy. Pathol. Instit. Bremen, and Path. Inst. Munich.
February to April 1955
Treatment: Radium Implant and Radiation Therapy.
Findings by Gyn. Oncol. Institute of the City of Bremen: The right parametrium, the uterosacral ligament included, are fan-like infiltrated. Because of large spread, surgery not possible, radiation exhausted.
No further standard treatment possible. Patient considered incurable.
End of September to December 1955
Issels Treatment: 12 weeks of in-patient treatment at the Issels hospital with 8 months of out-patient follow-up treatment.
Issels Treatment: 4 weeks of in-patient treatment at the Issels hospital with 6 months of follow-up home program.
Issels Treatment: 4 weeks in-patient with 6 months follow-up home program.
Independent Findings by Gyncol. Oncol. Institute of the City of Bremen: Complete remission. Discharge from Observation
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