Mrs. Gumnitsky, a 50-year-old female homemaker from Ohio, diagnosed with breast cancer. (Infiltrating ductile carcinoma) as confirmed by thermal imaging, mammography and core biopsy. Patient has a family history: mother, father and grandfather all died from breast cancer, therefore she likely carries the gene.
Patient scans and exam revealed lesion in right breast behind nipple at 9 o’clock position, confirmed by biopsy as invasive ductile carcinoma, scans showed numerous calcifications.
She began treatment at Camelot on January 25th, 2010. Her post treatment PET scan on February 22nd revealed the lesion had been contained, with no evidence of disease progression. There was also dramatic reduction in both size and metabolic activity level, (SUV numbers had dropped down to 2.6, which indicate reduced uptake in adenopathy of the glucose isotopes) after one 20 day round of DMSO based intravenous treatment, plus Coleys Toxins and UVBI (Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation.) She is continuing further intravenous treatment from home at this writing (Camelot provides training in aseptic technique for self administration.) The patient speaks broken English, but managed to convey that she feels well and has returned to her normal routine. At her current rate of response to treatment, we are optimistic this breast cancer case will eventually resolve as her treatment continues through another 20 day round, or perhaps two.