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Case Studies

Pancreatic with Smoldering Myeloma

November 2018

A 59-year-old female came to Dayspring with a history of MGUS which was eventually diagnosed as a myeloma. Then a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer for which she had a distal pancreatectomy, splenectomy, and 6 months of chemotherapy. Last year she showed a progression and another 6 months of chemotherapy with resultant blood levels “trashed”.  A transfusion was needed which caused TRALI (transfusion related acute lung injury) and subsequent cough.

She was started on 3-bromopyruvate (3bp) IV protocol with other IVs and an oral blue scorpion venom protocol. A dramatically low platelet level was also addressed with an oral product and she showed an excellent response with her platelets actually coming into normal range for the first time in recent history.

A heavy metal challenge test showed high lead and that is currently being addressed as lead is stored in the bones.  With the smoldering myeloma, a bone condition, the lead is a concern going forward for obtaining remission.

She departed the clinic after a month of 3bp and other IVs to continue to do her blue scorpion venom and other oral products.  The pancreatic markers had gone up during the month but the last blood work shows a slight decrease which hopefully indicates getting ahead of the disease process.  We trust the numbers will continue to decrease over the next few months with the blue scorpion venom and other products.

Ovarian Cancer

October 2018

A 69-year old woman arrived at the clinic with a 10-year history of breast cancer with lumpectomy followed by 6 months of chemotherapy.  Later she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and treated with surgery and chemotherapy again.  Prior to coming to the clinic, she had undergone radiation treatment for the ovarian cancer.

At the clinic, she was evaluated as needing dental work and had a subsequent extraction.  A heavy metal challenge test showed both an acute and a chronic high lead.  As she was on well water the well water was tested with negative result for lead.  Her dinner plates however, was shown to be at 122,400 or 136,000 % above normal ( where normal is below 90).  The chronic lead test came in at 130 where below 2 is considered normal or 65 times over normal.  This was likened to the example that if a school speed limit is 10 mph, she was driving at 650 mph.

In homeopathy, there is the classic statement that: to effect health, remove obstacles to the cure.  At this point, the extremely high levels of lead needed to be reduced.  She left clinic after some IV chelation and instructions on how to do oral chelation.  Other oral modalities were given to support her until the lead levels can be reduced.

Head and Neck Cancer

June 2018

A 45-year-old man with a head and neck cancer came to Dayspring for 3-bromopyruvate (3BP) after receiving proton therapy in San Diego. The 3BP caused pain and inflammation upon administration. (Potentially as a tumor dies it will swell and the swelling can put pressure on a nerve, etc., thus causing pain.) The patient reported this to be the sign of 3BP having an outstanding effect.  Unfortunately, upon beginning to receive high dose vitamin C IVs, there is rapid increase in tumor growth as this patient is one of the few to have a bad response to Vit C as referenced by this 2012 study:  Mikirova N, Casciari J et al. Effect of high-dose intravenous vitamin C on inflammation in cancer patients. J Transl Med. 2012; 10: 189.

Vitamin C IVs were stopped and other therapies were followed. This patient’s emotional therapy work was rated by him as being “Epic!” While not a typical word we hear used to describe therapy outcomes, his reaction shows how powerful and life changing the emotional work can be for someone. This points out the need to find and address the potential causes of the cancer – what I call “fixing the leak.” Some of the biggest “leaks” we have seen are improper dental work, heavy metals, scars, nutritional deficiencies, low thyroid not picked up by the usual conventional blood tests, and of course emotions from in utero and early childhood.

Prostate Cancer

January 2018

A 66-year-old man came to Dayspring after a prostatectomy for help with an increasing PSA. With the removal of his prostate, he should have a zero PSA marker value because the prostate is gone. Unfortunately, his PSA is now at a 7.0 (less than 4.0 is considered normal having an intact prostate so a 7.0 without a prostate is alarming).

Patient followed an at-home treatment plan as he is working as a long-distance truck driver without time for in-clinic treatment. In three months of treatment, a follow-up PSA blood test now showed his PSA at less than 0.1, meaning that there is no measurable amount. Patient reports that his surgeon during a consultation shook his head and said, “I don’t know what you are doing and can’t explain it but it worked.” Patient is very pleased how his Dayspring treatment plan has worked for him.

Colon Cancer, Stage IV

December 2017/January 2018

A man with Stage IV colon cancer came to Dayspring and during the first week of treatment had a bowel blockage. He left to go back home and Dayspring counseled him on how to seek the best surgeon to have an ileostomy performed.

After surgery, he returned to Dayspring for a month of treatment with 3BP and other IV’s. He has been gaining weight and the anemia numbers are steadily improving. His surgeon has told him that with a clean PET, she will perform a reversal of the ileostomy.

Other therapies have been dental work with the removal of a tooth, scar therapy to open meridians, ultrasound treatment, immune boosting supplements, supplements to improve GI function, and both botanical and pharmaceutical products to control blood sugar.


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