“I’m On The Top of The World!”

Eric, a 38-year old, thought he had his future firmly within his grasp. He had the perfect life, took care of himself, worked out every day, and had a great home life. “In 2011,” shares Eric, “my life came to a screeching halt. I felt these lumps in my chest and I didn’t know what they were. At first they thought that they were calcium deposits, but after they removed them, they found out that it was cancer.”

 

Treating Leiomyosarcoma: The Conventional Experience

Eric was told that he had leiomyosarcoma, a type of sarcoma cancer which creates tumors in smooth muscle connective tissue.  Sarcomas are relatively rare forms of cancer, and leiomyosarcoma is rare even among them, making up only 5-10 percent of all sarcomas.  This type of cancer is unpredictable because it can lie quiet and dormant, and then turnaround and grow aggressively.  Most of the patients die when the cancer spreads to different parts of the body.  This is the fate that Eric was facing.

“After they removed the second and third mass they realized that it had spread throughout my body,” says Eric. “That’s when the aggressive rounds of chemotherapy started.”

As with many who undergo chemotherapy, Eric lost his hair and felt tired a great deal of the time.  “I was still able to work, you know, but I just felt horrible. And the worst thing was, after all of that, the cancer just kept coming back.”

At this stage, Eric’s doctors recommended the highest possible dose of chemotherapy.  On completion of that final round, the doctors told him that they had exhausted all possibilities, and that he was going to die.

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Staring Death in the Eye

Eric still couldn’t believe that this was happening to him. He had his whole life ahead of him!  He had led a healthy lifestyle and had done all things in moderation.  Still, he was told that he was going to die.

“They gave up on me,” says Eric quietly as he recalls the day that he was given the news. “They told me to go home and to get my affairs in order. I just couldn’t believe that it was going to end this way.”

Leiomyosarcoma affects patients of all ages.  Even though it can grow slowly, it is hard to detect, and could have metastasized and spread throughout the body long before it is detected.  Simply removing the tumor does not stop the spread of the cancer.

 

A Chance Meeting … or Was it Destiny?

Sometimes you meet someone and the course of your life changes, anyone experienced that?  Some people call it “chance”, others believe it is a little more than just that.   Whether it was chance or otherwise, in Eric’s case, this meeting could very well have life-or-death consequences.

Eric continues, “So I went for this CAT scan and there sitting across from me was another patient waiting to be scanned. We struck up a conversation and she told me about this cancer clinic in Mexico where a friend of hers went and was totally cured. At that point I would have taken any opportunity to beat this thing. Lucky for me the Hope4Cancer Clinic was just as advertised.”

 

Being Treated With Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy

While at the clinic Eric would undergo a series of treatments including Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy that uses sound and light to treat cancer. The therapy starts with the patient ingesting a photo and sono-sensitizer non-toxic supplement, which is taken by placing under the tongue.

The sensitizer is absorbed into the body and is retained selectively only by the cancer cells. When the patient is exposed to light and sound at specific frequencies, they activate the sensitizer in the cancer cells. The activated sensitizer reacts with oxygen to create reactive oxygen species (ROS) within the cancer cell and destroys it.  Depending on the type of cancer that is being treated, the patient may be given the therapy locally or systemically.

 

“The Best Decision of My Life!”

“When I arrived here,” says Eric with a broad smile, “I had tumors the size of golf balls. Now, I can visibly see them shrinking ‘cause they are the size of little marbles. Just in three weeks, Dr. Tony and the clinic have done what none of my other doctors could do in a whole year. Coming here was the best decision of my life… literally.”

Eric shares his passion and his story with everyone he can find.  As part of the healing experience, patients are asked to share with others in small group settings (who better to understand your state of mind than another cancer patient?).  He states that from the first few days of his arrival, his spirits were lifted and he felt as if he had done the right thing by coming to the clinic. Everyone had a very positive influence and it is this positive outlook that he credits along with the treatments, to his tremendous recovery.

“I’m on top of the world,” Eric remarks. “I have started a new business, have a new lease on life, a wonderful family, and even when I leave here I will be telling everyone I know about this place and what they do for people. They were a Godsend, no lie.”

 

Traditional Medicine is Missing the Mark

Each year thousands of cancer patients face similar decisions about their treatment options.  It does not take much for traditional methods to reach their limits, at which time many turn to alternative cancer treatments.  Most wish that they had considered the alternative cancer treatments prior to their chemotherapy and radiation choices.

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As Eric found out first hand, the conventional world of medicine does not seem to have any answers.  His experience highlights the importance of people taking control of their own healthcare decisions, especially when dealing with the human nemesis called cancer.

 

20 thoughts on ““I’m On the Top of the World!” – Leiomyosarcoma Patient

  1. Thank you so much Eric for your testimony! I had LMS of the uterus 2 years ago and despite a clean life style and a good prognosis (clean margins) it has may be back in my lung. I am considering this treatment. Do you know of other LMS patients that have had a good response to the treatment?

    1. Hi Donna – Our experience with LMS has been very good, even though most of our patients approach us at a very advanced state of disease. In many cases we have been able to considerably prolong life and improve quality of life. Treating LMS needs to be done holistically taking into account not only the cancer, but also the integrity of the immune system, detoxification, as well as identifying emotional and spiritual triggers that may have caused or are sustaining the disease. I would strongly recommend that you speak with one of our counselors to get more information : click here to schedule a free consultation.

    1. Hi Lilli,
      I am sorry to hear about your diagnosis, please know that there is always hope! Our treatment programs are constantly evolving and improving. Sunivera Immunotherapy, enhanced Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy with lasers are a couple of examples of treatments that might work for you. However, our treatment plans work best in the context of the Seven Key Principles of Cancer Therapy. I have forwarded your email to our patient counselors, so you should be hearing back from them soon. To reduce delays, please request a free consultation with one of our patient counselors at the following link: REQUEST YOUR FREE CONSULTATION.

  2. My wife is diagonosed with LMS. It’s so called in the retroperitonial area. Not speard and fully removed. What’s next? I have been asked to wait and watch. Is there any treatment to.avoid reoccurance?

    1. Dear Jalal,
      Thank you for reaching out to us. Waiting and watching is a sure fire recipe for recurrence, sooner or later. Cancer (including LMS) happens as a result of dysregulation in the body’s systems (immune, detox, hormonal, etc), that is why it is essential to work on bringing the body back to balance, while prophylactically treating it with non-toxic therapies that target the cancer. I would strongly recommend that you speak with one of our patient counselors and discuss your case with them. You can request a free consultation by CLICKING HERE. They may also reach out to you by email. Wish you and your wife the very best!

  3. My mother is suffering from ovarian LMS since 2 years and has undergone 2 surgeries and also has a colostomy bag attached. Now 4 months after her second surgery, the PET scan reveals new bigger tumors developed in the same region and also she has started experiencing bleeding( vaginal). Doctors suggest us radiation to stop the bleeding immediately. Can you please suggest and help

  4. I was diagnosed with LMS just last November. I am 49 years old. I had hysterectomy and thats how it was found. I was told it is stage 1B. My scan last December showed that I have a couple of nodules and may spread to my lungs. I finished a very aggressive chemo in patient – I am at the hospital 6 days. 5 days of IFEX drug and 3 days of 24 hours (red drug) doxurubin. I did 3 rounds. I am doing a CT scan Feb 12. I am hopeful that the result will be clear. Is there even a possibility to have a clear result and still have the cancer? Are you never going to have remission because it is LMS?
    Thank you.

    1. You should always have hope, but stay close to your doctors, listen to their advice, but also do your research. Unfortunately, cancer is a very complex disease that we cannot take for granted. Let us know if there is any way we can help, you can request a free consultation on our website to understand more about our available options.

  5. I was diagnosed with LMS back in 2015, I had 3 masses attached to my large and small intestines, which were removed. I didn’t go thru chemo at that time. Since then I’ve had CT scans every 3 months, they were watching a spot on my lung which was very small in 2015. Now here we are in February 2018 and I now have 2 nodules in my left lung and 1 in my right. 2 of them are measureing about 1cm and the other 7mm. I have no symptoms, and I’ve been following a plant based diet as well as taking supplements. I’ve heard Tony speak on Truth about Cancer and was very impressed. I’m all about alternative medicine and would rather not do chemo. I took a blood test for the Epstein Barr Virus and it came back positive. I know that is a big trigger for cancer. So I’m detoxing for that as well, as sitting under a Beam Ray Frequency light at home. I’ve called your clinic and they sent me a treatment plan. I’m still considering coming to see you, though my family is very skeptic. Of course they would rather me go thru chemo but it’s my choice not there’s.

    1. Hello Lisa and thank you for reaching out and sharing your story. We are not able to give medical advice directly through our website, but please contact our admissions office at 888-544-5993 or go to https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out the form and one of our admissions officers can get you a consultation with our doctor.

  6. My mother was detected LMS of uterus in biopsy. After six months it came back in lungs, ureter, urethra. Chemo seven different cycles did not work. In extremely bad situation she is. Can your institute provide a hope of cure?

    1. Hello Ruchika and thank you for reaching out. We are so sorry to hear about your mother’s diagnosis. At Hope4Cancer we treat all forms of cancer at all stages. We are not able to give medical advice directly through our website, but please contact our admissions office at 888-544-5993 or go to https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out the form and one of our admissions officers can get you a consultation with our doctor.

  7. Hi I have LMS in the uterus and had undergone hysterectomy and now it has come back again. Can you please get me in contact with one of your doctors? Thanks

    1. Hello Genelyn and thank you for reaching out.
      We are not able to give medical advice directly through our website, but please contact our admissions office at 888-544-5993 or go to https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out the form and one of our admissions officers can get you a consultation with our doctor.

  8. I have had 4 surgeries in the last year, some benign, and some resulting in Leiomyosarcoma pathology reports. One on my leg was mild, one on my head was high grade with narrow margins, one in my lung , small most recently removed with wide margins. I’ve been told its stage 4, but “I don’t act like it” and at this point its all been removed except for what they don’t see. They want to do Chemotherapy, but I’m not seeing any evidence that it works on this type of cancer. What other alternative are there? Really don’t want to put my body through that kind of treatment unless It will have a significant effect. Also don’t want to be a guinea pig for new drugs with no effect. Suggestions?

  9. My father has LMS had it removed from his venacavor (main artary that carts his blood threw his body) as well as a massive tumour in his belly spent 3 months in Melbourne peter Mac & 5 week was in attentive care unit & 2 weeks where in an adduced comma travelled bk for checks up regally to be diagonised 6 months later it has come back in his liver have tried couple chemo’s & chemo tablets for nothing to have worked haven’t had any treatment for around 6 months know as there wasent anything else they could offer him. Dad is still well going strong doing all his everyday chores just wondering if there is or will be any treatment upcoming soon ?
    Louise

    1. Hello Louise and thank you for reaching out. We are so sorry to hear all your Father is going through. We are not able to give medical advice directly through our website, but please contact our admissions office at 888-544-5993 or go to https://hope4cancer.com/schedule-a-call/ and fill out the form and one of our admissions officers can get you a consultation with our doctor.

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