Complete Long Term Remission of the Second Recurrence of an Advanced Squamous Cell Cervical Carcinoma through the Immunobiological Issels Treatment without any further Standard Treatment
Patient E.D., Born 1919, File 46/53
16 years cancer free without any recurrence, patient leading a normal healthy life.
Diagnosis: Carcinoma of the Cervix Stage III.
Histology: Partly keratinized, highly undifferentiated squamous cell carcinoma, high degree of malignancy.
Pathol. Inst. Munich, and Pathol. Inst. University of Marburg.
Treatment: Incomplete surgical removal.
First recurrence. Histology: Undifferentiated adeno-or squamous cell carcinoma.
Pathol. Inst. University of Marburg.
Treatment: Maximum dosis of radiation. Remission.
Second recurrence. No further standard treatment possible.
Patient considered incurable.
Independent admission diagnosis: Pelvis filled with tumor masses. Stenosis of the rectum. Immediate colostomy necessary.
March to June 1952
Issels Treatment: 10 weeks of in-patient treatment at the Issels hospital with 6 months of out-patient follow-up treatment.
March to April 1954
Issels Treatment: 6 weeks of in-patient treatment at the Issels hospital with 6 months of out-patient follow-up treatment.
Independent findings: Partial Remission.
Since 1955 Complete Remission
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