Curative effects for other diseases

Viral hepatitis (3)

S. M.(female, born in 1945)
S. M. was diagnosed with right breast cancer in July 2010, and she underwent right mastectomy and right axillary lymph node dissection on September 9, 2010. After the operation, she received chemotherapy and radiotherapy 25 times from October 1. Moreover, she was told that a blood test before the operation detected hepatitis B virus (HBV) in her blood. She visited our clinic on July 27, 2011 for the first time. The results of the resonance response test indicated breast cancer energy response in the upper half of her body and HBV response in her whole body. Microwave irradiation was started on her first visit to our clinic. On November 8, when the 26th microwave irradiation was given, the HBV response was annihilated, and on December 8 when the 31st microwave irradiation was given, the breast cancer energy response was annihilated as well. The level of hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg) measured by transcription-mediated amplification assay (TMA) decreased from 96.86 LGE/ml to 4.80 LGE/ml. In follow-up consultations since November 2012, the resonance response test indicated no abnormality and her liver function test values were within normal limits. TMA has not been performed since the end of 2011.