Successful Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ovarian Cancer
A female patient, age 51, came for treatment in July 2011. She had an extensive history of rheumatoid arthritis and was had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer stage II. She was skin and bones only. Given that she had just come out of cancer surgery she suffered from severe pain (post surgery symptoms as well as pain from chronic rheumatoid arthritis). Her pain level had been 8 out of 10. The diagnosis of cancer had been simply shocking for her.
Dr. Odvarko applied a comprehensive treatment program composed of spinal adjustments, cranial corrections, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) adjustments as well as enzymes (from Loomis Institute), Guna-Rerio (homeopathic antioxidant extract) and neurointegration treatment twice a week (ongoing treatment). In addition, Protocell 23 (antioxidant) has been prescribed by the MD.
The results have been promising so far. Big improvements in finger joints could be observed right away (has become much softer). The patients daily activities improved significantly. Her emotional stress has been reduced greatly. She has far more energy and started to be in control of herself again.
Her oncologist found out that her cancer index has dropped from over 400 down to close to 40 (0 is healthy). The oncologist had expected this number after the third treatment with chemotherapy. She had not even received her first.
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