” The following is the results from Carol’s CT Scan and PET/CT fusion imaging dated November 1, 2005: “There are no focal areas of hypermetabolism seen to suggest residual/recurrent disease.The previous areas identified on September 2, 2005 including right anterior abdominal wall, right forearm, and right shoulder are no longer appreciated…Today my life is good and my future is hopeful.”“In September 1998 I was diagnosed with inoperable metastatic prostate cancer and was given no chance for long-term survival.After in depth research, I chose to decline radiation and instead boost my immune system.I have remained completely fit and healthy since then.
I feel the combination of the treatment, my faith and the patient camaraderie is responsible for my survival of this almost always fatal disease.
I tried six months of chemotherapy however my body could not withstand the toxicity of the chemo drugs.
Just as I was giving up hope I was introduced to a local gentleman who eight years prior received treatment through the IAT centre and is cancer free today.
Within two weeks she and her husband were at the clinic and she began the IAT treatment. Millie has been well, no metastases, since she has continued on the IAT treatment.
“In March 2000 I was diagnosis with mesothelioma and given a few months to live.