Clinical Performance of CEAT

Cancer with unknown primary (1)

T.M. (male, born in 1936)
A medical examination in April, 2008 showed the patient to have a normal CA19-9 value of 14.6, but this then jumped to 82.6 in August, 2008.  He underwent further examination at the National Cancer Hospital East, and the value was shown to be 312.6.  As the cause was unknown, he had his P53 measured at Chiba Cancer Center.  The result was 0.4E and proved negative, but the CA19-9 value had significantly increased to 1665.29.  He underwent X-ray, CT, PET-CT, echo, endoscopy (for upper and lower gastrointestinal tract), MRI, and various blood tests over five months again at the National Cancer Center.  The cause was still unknown, so he then went to Hiratsuka Gastrointestinal Hospital and underwent blood tests over six months.  The test results indicated a ‘suspicion of cancers in the liver, bile duct and pancreas’.
     He visited our clinic for the first time on February 2, 2011.  As the result of the resonance response test, cancer energy regions were detected at two places in his stomach (Photo).  He received microwave irradiation therapy 8 times until April 4, 2011, and the CA19-9 value dropped to 18.1.  After a number of subsequent microwave irradiation sessions, the response of gastric cancer disappeared.  At the end of March, 2011, all the laboratory values were normal.


Photo: Super-early cancer detected in resonance response test