Success Stories [Testimonials]
The cases presented below are the results from 11 patients out of 15 test cases who have been using Chanoline as a massage cream since October 2002. Case 1 (Skin lymphoma)
Case 1 (Skin lymphoma)
A 58-year-old female was found to have Type B skin lymphoma in October 2003. Skin lesions were found all over her body, totaling about half a dozen spots with a diameter averaging 1 to 2 cm. Biopsy result indicated small cell lymphoma with characteristic of centrofollycular lymphoma. In February, 2004, lesions on back and abdomen were radiated in sessions that last for a month. However, in December 2004, new lesions appeared on both ears and shoulders. The oncologist prescribed local radiation treatment again but she has to wait a month down the road. During the waiting period, she started to use Chanoline on skin lesions three times a day. To the surprise of the patient and her oncologist, all lymphoma spots disappeared after 8 days of topical Chanoline applications. Radiation treatment was eventually cancelled.
About a month after the disappearance of lymphoma lesions, the patient found that in the original site where the biopsy was performed, revealed a newly formed lesion similar to the original one. Again, she used Chanoline, and 3 days later, the spots disappeared completely. Therefore, the patient has opted to continue the application of Chanoline with the hope or removing all potential lymphoma cells that may still linger in her body. As of June, 2005, no new lesion was detected.
Case 2 (non-Hodgkin lymphoma)
A 67-year-old male was diagnosed to have non-Hodgkin lymphoma. In 2002, biopsy of right axillary lymph nodes indicated small B-cell follicular lymphoma, grade 1. Since he was in excellent health, the oncologist did not prescribe treatments. Two years later, ultrasound scan showed lymph nodes enlargement in the neck regions, with the largest node measures 2x1 cm, abdominal scan revealed 6-7 para-aotic nodes measures 3x 1.8 on left and 0.5 x 1 cm in the right supraclavicular. He started to use Chanoline in Nov. 2004, starting with the calf muscle area. Three and 6 months later, ultrasound scans showed not much change to lymph nodes. He moved the area of message to near the neck region and used the cream 4-5 times a day at doubling dose.
In Oct. 2005, new scan revealed that all neck lymph nodes decreased in size and most are not seen. Abdominal scan showed that all para-aortic nodes have disappeared except one that still measures 1 cm in short axis. He is very happy and continues to use Chanoline at double dose (Nov. 2005)
Case 3 (Recurring lymphoma)
An 80-year-old male was found to have lymphoma in 2001, with lumps protruding from his neck. Visits to the oncologist resulted in chemotherapy treatments, and the lumps regressed. However, nine months later, the lymphoma recurred in the neck region, with a new lump measuring 7.5 x 1.23 x 4.2 cm. The patient started using Chanoline at a dose of 0.8 gm twice a day starting October 2002. Three weeks into the treatment, the tumor on his neck started to regress. After eight weeks of treatment, tumor size was reduced by half (measured 3 cm in length). Complete regression of the tumor occurred 12 weeks after Chanoline treatment.
Case 4 (Basel cell skin cancer)
A 73-year-old male had basal cell skin cancer recurring annually for many years. Treatments consisted of burning the skin tumor with either liquid nitrogen or dry ice. In September 2002, several lumps which were painful and sensitive to the touch appeared on his face, He started using Chanoline as a topical lotion, and partial recovery was detected after three weeks of continuous use. The patient declared that all of the spots disappeared after only eight weeks of treatment.
Case 5 (In-operable lung cancer)
A 65-year-old female was diagnosed on 6/03 with inoperable lung cancer which had spread to both lungs. Both feet were swollen; she also suffered major bouts of coughing and loss of body weight due to anorexia. Weak, in pain, and dependent on an oxygen tube to breathe, she was admitted to the hospital on 6/03 and was given 3 rounds of chemotherapy. She was also given a new drug, “Iressia,” for over 2 months, administered orally. During her hospitalization, she started to use Chanoline massage cream on a daily basis. After four months of using Chanoline, she was released from the hospital in 10/03, in much less pain. Her appetite improved markedly, she is no longer dependent on oxygen, and she gained 5 lbs. The MRI showed regression of the tumors in both sides of the lung. The patient continues to use Chanoline as of this writing.
Case 6 (Metastasized cervical cancer)
A 39-year-old woman was found to have cervical cancer in 1999. A complete radical hysterectomy was performed, followed by a low dose of radio and chemotherapy. In April, 2000, a CT scan detected the enlargement of lymph nodes in the cervical region, and the patient was given 6 weeks of low dose radiation. However, by 5/03, a lymphatic enlargement had spread to the lymph nodes around the right neck region, with lumps between 5 and 10 mm in diameter, and one enlarged junulodigastric node. She was told that she had 6 months to live. By 10/03, an abdominal scan indicated two left retroperitoneal lymphadenpathy measured 10 and 14 mm in diameter. During 10/03, she was given chemotherapy (cisplatin and topotecan, three rounds of treatments). In 11/03, while she was also being given chemo treatments, she started to use Chanoline massage cream (3x a day), as well as vaginal suppositories (3x per day). After 6 weeks of Chanoline treatments, the MRI report showed that all lymph nodes had undergone regression, with threefold shrinkage in each node. As of this writing, she feels fine and her condition seems to have stabilized.
Case 7 (Nasopharyngeal cancer)
A 53-year-old female was found to have nasopharyngeal cancer (stage 4) in August 2002. She went through radiotherapy, as well as some limited chemotherapy, because the patient had hepatitis B. Chanoline was used five days prior to the chemotherapy treatments, as well as throughout the treatments, at a dose of 0.5 gm, twice a day. Despite the diagnosis of the cancer at stage 4, the tumor regression was impressive. The patient returned to work in February 2003.
Case 8 (Recurring sarcoma)
A 52-year-old male had recurring sarcoma on his penis in November 2002. Since this tumor does not respond well to radiation and chemotherapy, the doctor recommended the removal of the organ, but the patient refused. In 6/03, after using Chanoline for four weeks, the tumor size was reduced by thirty percent. The patient continues to use Chanoline and his condition has improved, and the tumor has stabilized.
Case 9 (Gall-bladder (biliary) cancer)
A 52-year-old female was found to have biliary (gall bladder) cancer in 5/02. She was given chemotherapy (gemcitobean) at a 3-week cycle for a year. In 6/03, the MRI report showed the cancer had spread to the peritoneal cavity, and surgery was performed to remove lumps found in the abdomen. In 7/03, an additional MRI showed a new lump growing near the area of surgery. A second surgery was performed in 8/03 to remove this new growth. The patient relied on morphine for pain relief. Radiation was given to her to control the tumor growth on a 2-week intensive regime, starting 9/03. She started to use Chanoline massage cream on 7/27/03 (twice a day). Because she was found to be taking high doses of vitamin supplements, the use of Chanoline was stopped for 4 weeks. Application of Chanoline was resumed in 11/03. As of (12/29/03), the patient’s pain level was reduced, and she had decreased her morphine intake. She has maintained her body weight and continues to be treated with the same chemo drug on a weekly basis for an undetermined length of time. Her condition stabilized, although the oncologist had predicted that she had only 6 months to live on 5/02.
Case 10 (Prostate cancer, spread)
A 50-year-old male had metastasized prostate cancer in the liver and bone, which was extremely painful. The patient was under prophylactic chemotherapy treatments once a month. In 12/03, the patient started to use Chanoline at a dose of 0.4 gm, three times a day. While no end point measurement was made to determine the tumor’s regression, two weeks into the treatment, the patient’s pain and discomfort level were reduced by more than half. With this improvement, the patient opted to continue to use Chanoline.
Case 11 (Breast Cancer 1)
A 69-year-old female was found to have breast cancer with a lump measuring 1.5 x 1 cm in 1/03. The MRI and biopsy confirmed a malignant tumor. Surgery was performed to remove the breast lump in 7/03. The patient had a slow recovery and experienced pain nears the area of surgery. She started to use Chanoline massage cream in 10/03 and since then, her pain is gone, her condition improved, and she is able to perform her normal work duties. She continues to use Chanoline.
Case 12 (Breast Cancer 2)
A 58-year-old female was found to have breast cancer in both breasts in 3/03. The complete removal of both breasts was performed the following month. After recovery from surgery, she was given 12 rounds of chemotherapy. She was weakened considerably by chemo, and still felt pain around the breast area. She started using Chanoline massage cream in 10/03, and all-adverse conditions such as pain and weakness had greatly alleviated. She continues to use Chanoline.