Testimonial of breast cancer by a doctor

Breast Cancer Testimonial from Dr. Jean T.

In 1998, Mrs. X., then aged 43, came to see me for a “lump” in her left breast. The ultrasound examination performed by me confirmed the cancerous nature of this lesion. Lumpectomy and radiotherapy is necessary to solve the problem. Six months later, a new small tumor appears on the ultrasound examination, but this time on the right breast: same diagnostic and therapeutic approach, chemotherapy not finding any indication in front of this fairly moderate degree of malignancy. Five years later, in this 48-year-old patient, systematic mammo-echo monitoring found a new suspicious image on the right breast, away from the lumpectomy site. Histological examination of the tissue fragment taken by micro-biopsy shows a cancerous lesion with a fairly high degree of malignancy. The team of oncologists recommends a mastectomy and the rapid establishment of chemotherapy, especially since the MRI performed in addition reveals the existence of three other small satellite foci in the same breast. Mrs. X., who was familiar with the work of The Beljanski Foundation, decides to postpone chemotherapy and surgery, and starts taking Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria daily. The “reasonable” doctors being unable to do anything for this rebellious man, and disarmed by this suicidal wait-and-see attitude, instituted a monthly ultrasound monitoring. During the first six months, I was able to observe a progressive modification of the lesion accessible to imaging: it became better circumscribed, with better and better outlines, particularly at the level of its deep plane; in short, it seemed to lose its “aggressive” character. After six months, the image no longer changed in volume or appearance, it became stable. The patient then resolved to mastectomy. During the operation, the anatomo-pathological examination of the excisional part greatly confused the medical team: after reading and re-reading the slides, it was undeniable that the lesion had become of low-grade malignancy, and no longer required chemotherapy. Skeptics can always allege a spontaneous reduction in the severity of cancer… but the result is indeed there. Mrs. X., six years after her last surgery, is doing well; she is regularly monitored, and all lights, clinical, biological and mammography, are turned off.