Treatment with SPDT

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Treatment with SPDT

by Shushi on Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:00 AM

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Has anyone been treated with Sonophoto Dynamic Therapy?  If so has it worked well?  My husband has prostate cancer Stage 4 and we are thinking of going to hope4cancer to do this therapy.

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by jcr65566 on Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 2/3/2009 Shushi wrote:

Has anyone been treated with Sonophoto Dynamic Therapy?  If so has it worked well?  My husband has prostate cancer Stage 4 and we are thinking of going to hope4cancer to do this therapy.

 

I’ve was only just reading about it.

The Therapy works with light or sound some cancer it works better with sound

 It called Photodynamic Therapy. It very new and very effective. I heard it  wont do harm to the body like chemo dos at the moment I think  it only done in Mexico not quite sure if it done any were else

How it works if I can remember is A sensitizer is place under the tongue that is selectively absorbed by the body but it is absorbed more by the  cancer cells, and is rapidly cleared from healthy cells. On high stage cancer an IV is use to deliver more of the Sensitizer

 After that a  source of energy (light or sound) is introduce  that can activate the sensitizer. Then the oxygen in the cancer cell  reacts with the activated sensitizer to form free radicals in the cancer cells it over loads the cancer cell and kills them I know it very effective

Cheers Ray

http://www.sonophotodynamictherapy.com/sonophotodynamicthera

 

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by Shushi on Wed Feb 04, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 2/3/2009 jcr65566 wrote:

 

On 2/3/2009 Shushi wrote:

Has anyone been treated with Sonophoto Dynamic Therapy?  If so has it worked well?  My husband has prostate cancer Stage 4 and we are thinking of going to hope4cancer to do this therapy.

Thank you Ray.  We are going to Mexico in a week to have this done.  I will let you know how it turns out.

Sharron 

 

I’ve was only just reading about it.

The Therapy works with light or sound some cancer it works better with sound

 It called Photodynamic Therapy. It very new and very effective. I heard it  wont do harm to the body like chemo dos at the moment I think  it only done in Mexico not quite sure if it done any were else

How it works if I can remember is A sensitizer is place under the tongue that is selectively absorbed by the body but it is absorbed more by the  cancer cells, and is rapidly cleared from healthy cells. On high stage cancer an IV is use to deliver more of the Sensitizer

 After that a  source of energy (light or sound) is introduce  that can activate the sensitizer. Then the oxygen in the cancer cell  reacts with the activated sensitizer to form free radicals in the cancer cells it over loads the cancer cell and kills them I know it very effective

Cheers Ray

http://www.sonophotodynamictherapy.com/sonophotodynamicthera

 


 

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by lilise on Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:00 AM

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Hello Caregiver,

Can you please share your experience with hope4cancer when you get a chance.  I just had surgery for breast cancer and would like to consider SPDT if I hear that people had good results.

Thanks,

 Liliana

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by yvonneb on Sat Jun 25, 2011 12:37 PM

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Hi,

there is a clinic in china at the Southern Medical University Renkang Hospital.  Dr Wang and Doug Mitchell

Google  Kym Pilkington 'my journey to china' blog  it's all very

interesting,  My brother has brain cancer and we have done extensive research.  It's an amazing treatment with very little side effects.

He fly's off to China Monday night.

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by Kirsten_72 on Sat Jul 23, 2011 01:49 AM

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On Feb 03, 2009 12:00 a.m. Shushi wrote:

Has anyone been treated with Sonophoto Dynamic Therapy?  If so has it worked well?  My husband has prostate cancer Stage 4 and we are thinking of going to hope4cancer to do this therapy.

Renkang Hospital in China is the place to go.

Spent 3 months there this year! Amazing results!!

rjcrossley rjcrossley
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by rjcrossley on Sat Jul 23, 2011 07:40 AM

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On Feb 03, 2009 12:00 AM Shushi wrote:

Has anyone been treated with Sonophoto Dynamic Therapy?  If so has it worked well?  My husband has prostate cancer Stage 4 and we are thinking of going to hope4cancer to do this therapy.

When I read about PPDT last year, I thought Wow, this is so much better then chemo, as it only hurts the cancer cells, not the normal cells,  it uses a drug that becomes a  photosensitive after its  injected into the bloodstream its  then its absorbed by the cancer cells.   The sensitisers is then activated by both light and  sound, Then the sensitisers breaks down to produces antioxidants in side the cancer cells.  This then  kills the cancer cells off   witch is then pass  into the bloodstream and out though the kidneys. I heard it its 100% successful  

Studies have shown that PDT can work as well as surgery or radiation therapy in treating certain kinds of cancers and pre-cancers. It has some advantages, such as:

  • It has no long-term side effects when used properly.
  • It is less invasive than surgery
  • It usually takes only a short time and is most often done as an outpatient.
  • It can be targeted very precisely.
  • Unlike radiation, PDT can be repeated many times at the same site if needed.
  • There is little or no scarring after the site heals.
  • It often costs less than other cancer treatments.

So good choice let us know how it gos later thank you for posting Ray

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by BarbaraAnne on Sat Jul 23, 2011 12:36 PM

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This sounds very interesting.  How long has it been out there?

rjcrossley rjcrossley
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by rjcrossley on Mon Jul 25, 2011 12:49 AM

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On Jul 23, 2011 12:36 PM BarbaraAnne wrote:

This sounds very interesting.  How long has it been out there?

In 2009 I heard some good results come about with SPDT, and  though there been a lot of success stories on it since then,  it must be done slowly because the slow treatment stop the  to many dead cancer cells entering the bloodstream, blocking up orgins you see if it done to fast  the large amount of dead cancer cells  tissue, floating around in the blood streem will over load and  block up the  kidneys and the liver, but I fee it one of the best cancer treatments going and it will evenuly replace radiation and chemo  soon as it beter for the patient and better for the doctor treating the patient  

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by Tebbie on Mon Sep 26, 2011 11:31 PM

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Yes, and it worked. My radio-oncologist told me I was mad to do it and then months later, having done it against his advice, said it was better than winning the Melbourne Cup.  But he still won't send people to do it.

Look up Doug Mitchell PhD and Propanc and go to China where he works with a Dr Wang.  Thye are getting great results.

Having learnt what I learnt (after being cut up), I would NEVER go near anything else for cancer.  SPDT and enzyme treatment are light years ahead of the mainstream medical profession.

 

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