Clinical Performance of CEAT

Malignant lymphoma

T. M. (male, born in 1951)
The patient, who is a physician, with chief complaints of body weight loss, mild dyspnea, and right cervical lymph node swelling visited a hematologist on October 21, 2011. Blood tests showed a white blood cell count of 28,900/µl, red blood cell count of  326 x104/µl, a lymphocyte proportion of 0%, ALP of 620 U/l, and an increased number of pathogenic cells. A hemogram showed white blood cells of different sizes with  irregular nuclear membranes, which strongly suggested acute lymphocytic leukemia among possible lymphatic system diseases.
     On October 25, he was told that the results of a detailed examination would determine whether or not chemotherapy was necessary. He did not wish anticancer drug therapy and visited our clinic on the same day because a hepatitis C virus infection his wife had had for a long time was eliminated by microwave irradiation twice a week for two month at our clinic, and he expected our microwave irradiation therapy to resolve his problem as well.
     He received microwave irradiation from the first visit for four days, and a hemogram showed an improvement, as shown in a graph. He received no other treatment. Since he did not tell his hematologist that he had received microwave treatment, the hematologist did not know the reason for his improvement.
     Since a test four days later revealed no remaining leukemia cells in his blood, the diagnosis was changed to follicular malignant lymphoma. Although lymph nodes were swollen at several sites, they had decreased in size after microwave irradiation. On December 14, blood tests showed no abnormality, and a resonance response test could not detect cancer energy within him. The right cervical lymph nodes were still slightly swollen, whereas almost all other lymph nodes were decreased in size.
     The whole body was microwave irradiated for about five minutes. No adverse effects have been observed. His general condition has improved (Fig.1, 2).

Fig.1: Process of RBC, Lymph and Pathological cell

Fig. 2: Process of WBC

Process of Acetylcholine and Telomere