June 16, 2017

Retinoblastoma, distant healing

A girl 6 years old, retinoblastoma.

Eye removal was planned, however a Swiss clinic promised it's not mandatory and eye can be saved. Distant healing started somewhat later.

Medical examination results were only positive, with one episode of relapse though, which was quickly cured by surgery, and since then no problems - the latest update of 06.06.2017 allowed med. staff to schedule next examination in 6 months - which is quite lengthy, considering how fast and unexpectedly this tumor recurs.

Latest photo:

Retinoblastoma has probably the highest cure rate of 93% of all cancers, also due to early detection in most cases.

There's no statistics though, on how frequently eye removal is done, so every effort is to be made to preserve a functional eye.  

June 13, 2017

Very advanced neuroblastoma case, distant healing, update


Very tough and, don't want to say that, near hopeless case of neuroblastoma, where a boy was given just 2 months, "if treatment fails" and it failed. Also failed the immunotherapy, which was the ultimate hope.

He's living for more than 3 months since this mark.

Cancer is advancing and the boy was told few weeks to live unfortunately, as was felt by the severity of this case.
Nevertheless smth still directs to go on with distant healing, as this clearly is improving quality of life, and there seems still little chance it will stop cancer progression, if he lives a little longer. The recent update, where mother begins to doubt doctors verdict:

" Bradley has had a lovely weekend at his grandparents caravan. He is still sleeping a lot but when he is awake he is his quirky little self. We have had our orders and he wants to go swimming so hopefully get to do that in the next few days even if he only gets in for 5 minutes. Although he seems to be doing ok on the outside we are finding new lumps and bumps each day so inside is obviously changing fast. We taking each day as it comes and treasuring every smile and we still hoping to go away somewhere close to home so we can enjoy some quality family time at end of this week.
Last week when I was told brad had weeks to live I was obviously heart broken and the thought of only having a few weeks was unbearable. When I look at him now I can't believe it's true it is hard to think he is so poorly, I start to question what Iv been told. I know it is only wishful thinking on my behalf but when he gives me this smile he looks so well."

To the previous post, update

 Burkitt lymphoma, almost hopeless:

The boy was released from hospital, and fundraising for him was stopped, an update from May 26.
Which means the situation is no longer life-threatening and got stable to certain extent, if there was scheduled a break in treatment.

This is serious success, as starting working on this case, I didn't expect his survival by the moment, relating to 2 months ago by now. 
The tumor was 129*85*45 mm, when discovered, and Burkitt lymphoma is cited as fastest growing cancer
by several sources.