Clinical Performance of CEAT

Pancreatic cancer (2)

K.S. (male, born in 1939)
His condition was diagnosed as stomach cancer in October, 2004.  On February 7, 2005, he underwent a total gastrectomy, and his spleen and peripheral lymph nodes were also removed.  Pathological findings showed moderately differentiated adenocacinoma, which presented mild venous infiltration and severe lymphatic invasion.  He visited our clinic on May 19, 2005 for the first time.  He was taking the oral anti-cancer drug TS1, but discontinued it due to the aggravation caused to liver function. The resonance response test showed a response to lung cancer as well as to pancreatic cancer in a wide area extending to the level of the umbilicus.  During the period from the first consultation day to September 12, 2005, he received 29 sessions of microwave irradiation therapy.  As the result of examination on September 29, 2006, the CT image showed a shadow in the pancreas, and his condition was diagnosed as early stage pancreatic cancer (Photo 1).  His liver, pancreas and colon all showed a response to mercury, and we advised him to take activated charcoal orally. No response to pathogenic E. coli and Clostridium botulinum was observed.  While concurrently applying the heat from the far-infrared heating unit to his pancreas, at home, he was irradiated with microwaves 33 times until October 23, 2006. By then, his cancer energy response had disappeared entirely, and the CT findings on November 15 revealed that the shadow of the pancreatic cancer had disappeared (Photo 2).   His doctor looked doubtful about the results, and said that his earlier diagnosis might have been wrong.  As of the end of February, 2012, nearly 7 years since the date of his first visit, he is working in good health.


Photo 1: CT image on September, 15, 2006. A pancreatic cancer is observed.


Photo 2: CT image on November 2, 2006. The cancer has disappeared.