What does a 97 per cent reduction in a tumour indicate?
I sent you much info a year or so ago about a breathing technique I have been doing for over 4 years now. I have about 40 people doing it now. Here are results of a cancer patient:
The attached story (Dec. 6th.) is online – google - “york region XXXXXXX allen” in XXXXXXX Canada. XXXXXXX Abramian came to my office on Dec. 8th. She has two breast cancer tumours. Here are her results in 11.5 wks. while doing the breathing routine – Dr. Ilir Sharka – cardiologist – “I am seriously astonished at these improvements in patient clinical situation”.
UPDATE – Feb. 16th., 2018
- 97% reduction in tumours) (42 sq. cm. to 1.25 sq. cm.) in 11.5 wks. – Oncologist “Wow, never seen this before”
- Blood pressure of 177/110 reduced to 117/78 in 50 day period
- 100% blood oxygen level - Nurse quote “never seen this before - usually 75% during chemo”
- Almost without any pain and side effects while breathing oxygen, even during initial 3 chemos
- Blurry vision for one year returned to crystal clear vision instantly on Dec. 8th and has stayed to present.
- Partial paralysis in jaw and mouth greatly improved instantly on Dec. 8th. - Lost 11 lbs.
- Anna’s Oncologist has suggested she take part in a research study. - Return of strength to entire body
- Blood pressure - XXXXXXX 29th. stayed at 117/78 before and after chemo – nurse quote “usually goes up to 180”.
All of the above on record at the XXXXXXX XXXXXXX Hospital in Toronto, XXXXXXX
Please give me your comments.
Yes it is a good procedure
Breathing routines are good for health. It has been known since ages. However, I have not yet come across any cancer patient whose tumors shrunk with only breathing routine. If this has happened then I would consider it a miracle.
In that a case, a larger study with many study subjects would help to establish this as an accepted modality of treatment.
Hope I have answered your query.
Dr Indranil Ghosh, Oncologist
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