Clinical Performance of CEAT

Brain tumor (2)

O.Y. (female, born in 1947)
The patient visited our clinic for the first time on February 22, 2002.  The eyesight in her right eye had been weakening, and she had subsequently experienced paralysis under her right nostril, beginning around 18 months prior to her initial visit, and paralysis of her lips for around 6 months.  The cerebral CT showed that the tumor had reached the marginal areas of the parahippocampal gyrus of the right lobe and the cerebral arteries. She visited our clinic having received no conventional treatment.  She visited our clinic once a month, using a far-infrared heating unit on her right cheek and head at the same time, and the paralysis of her lips disappeared after half a year.  However, she still displayed cancer energy response at her upper right orbit and right temple, so microwave irradiation was started in August, 2002.  Microwaves were irradiated to those areas of the head showing cancer energy response for several seconds, twice in August, 2002 and once each in February and April, 2003.  The numbness in her cheek still remained in May, 2003, and the MRI findings in 2004 revealed no major changes.  Nevertheless, by April, 2004, all the symptoms disappeared.   The paralysis was caused by pressure created by the cancer invasion to peripheral areas.  The pressure on the surrounding nervous tissues was considered to have been rectified as the microwave destroyed the invasive cancer.  In July, 2007, weak cancer energy response was seen in the right temple, but no symptoms appeared, and this activity was subsequently annihilated by microwave irradiation. As of January, 2010, she is in good health, and still visits our clinic for follow-up consultations.  O.Y. said, “Every time I have an MRI examination, the brain surgeon recommends surgery, but I don’t know what to do because I have no symptoms at the moment.”  The tumors detected in MRI examinations are, in fact, just remnants of the cancer energy, which itself has now been annihilated.  Our response to her was: “Eight years have passed without any surgery and you have no symptoms now.  We don’t understand why the surgeon recommends surgery.  It is better to pay attention to your own symptoms than simply follow the conventional rules of treatment.  Please visit us for regular checkups.”  Eight years have passed since O.Y. visited our clinic for the first time; she has no abnormal symptoms. In the summer of 2012, we agreed with her wish to undergo an operation because her cancer energy response was not quite satisfactory and symptoms due to increased pressure in the head had increased slightly.

Photo 2: MRI image on October 9, 2009. The tumors are still there, but no symptoms are observed. They are considered just remnants of tumors.

Photo 1: MRI image on December 10, 2002. Tumors are observed in the parahippocampal gyrus of the right lobe.