Clinical example of patient rehabilitation from lifelong treatment and expectation of death using ART and resonance frequency therapy
AUTHORS : Eliseeva O.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : NPOC O.I. Eliseeva, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2002 | Category : Educational
For 7 years, I was approached by patients – women with official diagnoses: lymphogranulomatosis – 6 people, lymphosarcoma – 2 people. Of these, 3 had enlarged lymph nodes to the size of a pigeon’s egg and on radiographs looked like a package of rounded shadows in the mediastinum – in 2 in the neck and in three in the retroperitoneal space. Four patients have already received radiation and one course of chemotherapy.
Others have just been offered surgery followed by chemotherapy. Apparently, their age – and they were less than 35 years old – forced them and their families to disagree with this diagnosis, but to look for new methods of diagnosis and treatment. Diagnostics was carried out by the method of R. Voll (3 patients) and by the method of vegetative resonance test (5 patients). I diagnosed them with granulomatous brucellosis.