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Successful Treatment of a 64-year old Patient with a Metastasising Prostate Carcinoma

On 8th May 2002, this patient was found to have a markedly elevated level (59.9 µg/l) of the tumour marker PSA. The x-ray CT (see illustration) showed clear metastasis along the lymphatic vessels of the aorta (see arrow).

After the diagnosis the patient began following cellular medicine program in May this year.

In only three months, his PSA level fell from 59.9 µg/l to 0.9 µg/l.

On 23rd October 2002, he was given a check-up CT. The previously visible lymphatic metastasis (see illustration) was no longer apparent, and his prostate was of normal size.