Complete Longterm Remission of a Primary Osteosarcoma of Right Thigh Through the Issels Treatment Without Standard Treatment
Patient G.P. Born 1957, file No. 447/67
28 years cancerfree without any recurrence. Patient got married and became a mother of 4 and emigrated to Australia.
July 21, 1967 November 30, 1967 November 1969
Histology, Prof. Gloggengiesser, Munich: Reticular sarcoma. Amputation of leg recommended. Father refused all conventional therapy.
Admission to Dr. Issels’ hospital with untreated primary reticular sarcoma.
Radiological findings on admission: On the right trochanter within a triangular field of 4:2:1 several circular foci of decalcification.
July to September 1967
Eight weeks of Issels Treatment. Partial remission.
The patient won a skiing competition.
Revealed 28 years cancerfree without any recurrence. Patient got married and became a mother of 4 and emigrated to Australia.
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.