7-22-11: A gentleman with advanced disseminated prostate cancer with metastases to the bone flew into Mexico a few days ago (from Croatia) to begin the NCIM cancer-fighting program. He has had 2 treatments to-date and has already experienced his color return to normal and strength return to his arms. The attending MDs and RNs are flabbergasted, as is this fellow’s daughter who flew in with him. Though these are just initial responses they closely parallel those seen in the 1st patient and for this reason have everyone involved quite excited and enthused! More to follow as this chap gets further into his 3 week course-of-therapy.
8-26-2011: The patient returned to his home in Eastern Europe and continues to improve, according to family and close associates. NCIM is now awaiting receipt of a medical assessment from his primary care physician.
1-12-2012: The patient’s daughter sent an email to NCIM indicating that her father has no pain whatsoever and is off of all morphine (He was utterly dependent on morphine to control intractable cancer-related pain at the time of his Nova Cell Institute treatment in 2011.) NCIM staffers are trying to arrange to get a status update from his primary care MD in Croatia.