Pulled up page on anvirzel. Jeanne http://www.uniserve.com/life/expl/ns24/anvirzel.htm
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A case history:
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 06:43:33 -0700
Subject: Sally's Malignant Pleural Effusion
From: "John Todd" firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally has been dealing with metastatic breast cancer since it was diagnosed in 1993. She had the traditional mastectomy and CMF chemo treatment. She had radiation and tamoxifen after it came back in a few spots along the scar line. She had high dose taxol, cytoxin, and adriamycin followed by a stem cell rescue after it spread to her hip bone.
Last Summer, 1998, she started to feel shortness of breath symptoms and one lymph node near her neck was swollen. The lymph node tested postitive for breast cancer. She had fluid filling up the area between her lung and the lining of the lung. Malignant pleural effusion. According to the literature, an average of 6 months survival. No known effective treatment, only things to keep her comfortable.
By December, the right lung was not functioning, and the left lung was just starting to get fluid build-up. She was on oxygen 100%, and in a wheelchair due to her extreme shortness of breath and general weakness. She had made out her will, and had gone to the mortuary to pick her coffin. She had tried a month of low dose taxol, without effect, and a month of Gemzar, also without effect.
She was sent a supply of sublingual anvirzel from a patient who had died, and started taking two cc's per day, sublingually, in January.
By March, she was significantly improved. By April, she was strong enough to go to Ireland with me to become a patient of Dr. Kelly and pick up her first supply of Irish Anvirzel. She started injecting 1 cc per day, and taking the other 1cc sublingually. Today, there is no sign of fluid in her lungs. The right lung has not re-expanded, so she is still dealing with shortness of breath, but not due to active cancer. The local oncologist could not believe it! She runs out of anvirzel on September 1st!
andy t., Santa Cruz, CA Ben - for your website's anvirzel page. andy
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