Complete Long Term Remission of the Third Recurrence of an Inoperable Progressive Tumor of the Epipharynx through the Immunobiological Issels Treatment without further Standard Treatment
Patient L. B., Born 1911, File 10/51
6 years survival without further recurrence, leading an almost normal life.
Diagnosis: Inoperable progressive tumor of the epipharynx. Compressive intracerebral process… with almost complete destruction of the left petrous bone.
Treatment: First course of Radiation Therapy. Remission.
First Local Recurrence.
Treatment: Second course of Radiation Therapy. Remission.
Second Local Recurrence.
Treatment: Third course of Radiation Therapy
Third Local Recurrence.
Treatment: Fourth course of Radiation Therapy.
September 1951 to March 1952
Issels Treatment: 27 weeks of immunobiological in-patient treatment and several months of out-patient follow-up treatment.
Admission exam: Loss of eye-sight, deafness, apathy, paralysis of right arm and both legs, cystoparalysis (paral. of bladder), enteroparesis (paresis of intestines).
End of October 1951 to End of November 1951
Control exam: Improvement of hearing, vision and speech. Regression of paralysis of arms, legs, bladder and intestines.
Discharge exam: Considerable improvement of condition.
February 1953 to January 1957
Fit for work in her household with four children. Termination of Issels Treatment.
6 years survival without further recurrence, leading an almost normal life
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.