MULTIPLE CHEMICAL POISONING, ARTHRITIS, BACK PAIN WITH SCIATICA, FAILED CANCER SURGERY FOR CHONDROSARCOMA, LUNG METASTASIS, CONSTANT PAIN AND UNCONTROLLABLE SHAKING, POST RADIATION, AND CHEMOTHERAPY
Michael V. D. His first surgery for the removal of a chondrosarcoma had failed to treat the underlying causes of his cancer. The untreated causes of the cancer were chemical toxins and weakened immunity. The cancer reappeared in his lungs two years later. Surgical removal of the metastastic tumor was indicated, but chemotherapy and radiation were inappropriate, because they further weakened his immunity. The patient suffered from agonizing pain and violent tremors for years after the second surgery. The severe pain and his involuntary shaking were drastically reduced with one NBE treatment.