All of the following written case stories were collected by Tanya Harter Pierce, author of OUTSMART YOUR CANCER, and are from people who used one or more of the alternative approaches presented in her book.
DR. BURZYNSKI’S ANTINEOPLASTON THERAPY
Case Story from Book, p.109 – Childhood Brain Tumor
Paul was a five-year-old little boy back in 1986 when he was diagnosed with a large slow-growing tumor in his brain. Doctors told Paul’s family that the tumor was inoperable and he would not live to see his tenth birthday. Paul’s parents sent scans to the head of the pediatric neurosurgery department at the Mayo Clinic. At that time, this was Dr. Patrick Kelly. Dr. Kelly reviewed the scans then wrote to Paul’s parents: “I have reviewed the MRI scans on your five-year-old son Paul . . . it is the largest tumor I have ever seen in this area in anybody ever referred to me for surgery. I showed your scans to a number of my colleagues here who feel that it is inoperable. . . . Without surgery, your boy will die.”
Because of the serious risks involved in attempting surgery or radiation, Paul’s family elected not to pursue those treatments. By 1988, they finally found out about and started Paul on Burzynski’s antineoplastons. By the time he started antineoplaston therapy, Paul’s tumor had grown to the size of an orange. On antineoplastons, the tumor gradually shrank down until it was no longer visible. Today, Paul is a healthy 22-yearold young man.
Case Story from Book, p. 140 – Childhood Leukemia
Sydney is a wonderful seven-year-old girl. In 1999, when she was only two, she was diagnosed with “acute lymphoblastic leukemia.” Two-year old Sydney was given chemotherapy for about a year. At that point, her doctors and family were hoping that she would be able to transition to “maintenance” therapy, but a bone test in October of 2000 showed that she still had cancer in her bone marrow. Sydney had relapsed, and her doctors wanted to perform a bone marrow transplant involving aggressive chemotherapy at this point. Her family was told that even with the bone marrow transplant, Sydney probably only had a 10 percent chance of survival.
Before making a decision, Sydney’s family sought a second opinion from another prominent hospital. The doctors at this hospital told them that Sydney would probably only have a 5 percent chance of survival after the transplant.
In January of 2001, Sydney’s family chose to decline the bone marrow transplant which offered so little hope. They also declined any further chemotherapy or other conventional treatment. Instead, they started Sydney on Protocel. Sydney showed mild symptoms of lysing [cancer breakdown] which mostly involved loose stools with what looked like lysed material in them. Amazingly, when Sydney went back for her next checkup, which seemed to her mom like after just a matter of weeks, there was no more evidence of leukemia!
Sydney has continued to take Protocel, and has also continued to get tested about every three months (including bone marrow tests) for the past four years. All her tests have continued to be negative for cancer. Recently, Sydney’s doctor told her family they don’t have to bring her in for checkups anymore, but Sydney’s mother still feels more comfortable doing the testing once in a while. Sydney’s last test was on January 8, 2003, and again showed her to be cancer-free. Little Sydney feels perfectly fine and is currently enjoying attending school.
Case Story from Book, p. 143 – Stomach Cancer Metastasized to Lymph and Bones
Another remarkable story of recovery from metastasized cancer belongs to Robert. In May of 2000, when Robert was 54, he and his wife were vacationing in Las Vegas. One day, Robert suddenly fainted and then began vomiting blood. He was rushed to the hospital and, after scoping his stomach, the doctors told Robert he had stomach cancer, stage IV. The scope had revealed a 5.8 centimeter tumor. Also, the wall of his stomach was about 3 inches thick around the tumor instead of the normal 1-inch thickness. The doctors gave Robert 2 pints of blood to get him back home so that he could be treated by his local doctors.
At home, Robert’s doctors performed a cauterization in his stomach to stop the bleeding and administered antibiotics to him. More tests revealed, however, that Robert’s stomach cancer had already metastasized. He was soon diagnosed with MALT lymphoma, which is a cancer of the stomach lining, as well as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. (MALT stands for mycosa-associated lymphoid tissue.) As if that was not enough, a bone scan and bone marrow biopsy then showed he had cancer in his bones as well, and another scan showed two spots on his liver.
Robert’s doctors recommended a chemotherapy regimen called “CHOP” along with radiation directed at the stomach tumor. (CHOP stands for four drugs: cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone.) They told Robert and his wife that if he did not undergo this type of treatment, he would probably live no more than 3 months. Robert found out about Protocel in June of 2000, and he started taking the formula. He refused all chemotherapy and radiation and just took Protocel every day in distilled water. He also started taking Ellagic 21, enzymes, and aloe vera juice for detoxing and cleansing. After a while, Robert started experiencing a lot of odd stuff coming out of his body in his feces and also saw that his urine was often “bubbly”.
Exactly 2 months after starting Protocel, at the end of August 2000, Robert underwent another stomach scoping. He was thrilled to hear that his tumor had shrunk from 5.8 to 3.5 centimeters in size. They then found out that the two spots on his liver were gone! On his next visit two months later, his stomach tumor was again decreased in size. Finally, on December 22, 2000, after undergoing yet another scoping, a set of scans, and blood tests, Robert was told that all of his cancer was gone. In just six months, his stomach, lymphatic, and bone cancer had disappeared! (The spots on his liver had disappeared as well, but it had never been definitively determined that they were cancer. They may have been a pre-cancerous or other sort of condition that also got resolved through the use of Protocel.)
Robert continued to take Protocel for a total of two years from the day he started to make sure that all the cancer in his body was completely gone. He knew that modern diagnostic tests cannot detect all of it. He now plans to take just one bottle of Protocel each year, which is about a two-month supply, as a maintenance program for the rest of his life. Robert’s recovery from metastasized cancer is an incredible success story.
What did Robert’s doctor think of his recovery? In late December 2000, when Robert was told that all his cancer was gone, his wife asked his main doctor to what he attributed the recovery. The doctor knew all along that Robert was taking Protocel, but for some reason, he couldn’t believe it was the Protocel that did it. The doctor’s reply was that it was probably the strong antibiotics that had been administered to Robert for his stomach ulcerations early in the summer that brought about his remarkable cure.