SCENAR In The Cancer Clinic
SCENAR studies in the Cancer Clinic
(By Dr. Zaderin V.P.)
SCENAR therapy was applied in the following complications:
- In the stage of special anti-tumoral therapy for:
* Skin erysipelas – 2 patients;
* Drug allergy – 2 patients;
* Renal colic – 2 patients;
* Chronic bronchitis with abnormal sputum drainage – 2 patients;
* Acute pyelonephritis – 2 patients;
* Tissular radiolesion of the anterior abdominal wall – 1 patient;
* Postoperative wound infection – 4 patients;
* Bleeding at the tumor – 2 patients;
* Local pain in the tumor area – 9 patients;
* Subcutaneous metastasis from kidney cancer – 2 patients.
- In the rehabilitation stage for:
* Upper limb lymphostasis – 2 patients;
* Osteochondrosis – 1 patient;
* Cholelithiasis – 1 patient;
* Intestinal colic – 1 patient;
* Renal calculus – 1 patient.
Oncology belongs to the integrative medical discipline that closely interacts with surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. However, using multiple or combined methods of cancer therapy may cause complications that aggravate the clinical course of a patient’s condition and may even extend that person’s stay in the hospital. Therefore, newly-developed effective technologies are of paramount importance from a scientific as well as a practical perspective.
For this purpose, the SCENAR technology was chosen and used in stages of special (anti-tumoral) therapy and rehabilitation (follow-up care).
* 41 cancer patients included in the study were treated for: Urinary bladder tumor – 16 patients;
* Kidney tumor – 12 patients;
* Breast cancer – 5 patients;
* Penis cancer – 3 patients;
* Prostate cancer – 2 patients;
* Soft tissue sarcoma – 2 patients;
* Lung tumor – 1 patient.
Patients in all the above cases were engaged in appropriate pathogenic (antiinflammatory, detoxifying, etc.) treatments.
The SCENAR therapy was used as an additional remedy either in the Individually Dosed or Constant mode of treatment as well as a combination of the two modalities. Healing results were evaluated according to both quantitative (how soon the complications were eliminated) and qualitative (to what extent the functions of the diseased organ or system were improved) observations.
The postoperative wound erysipelas was cured within two days (the cure usually takes between 7 and 10 days). A vast erysipelas in the foot and shin (following endolymphatic chemotherapy and radiotherapy) was healed within 10 days (the cure usually takes 3-4 weeks).
A drug allergy (hives) was arrested within 2 hours, while renal colic was relieved within 30 minutes.
The patients treated with SCENAR devices for acute pyelonephritis developed an exacerbation of the condition, but the symptoms were temporary and did not significantly reduce the patients’ functional activity or affect their stay in the hospital.
Use of SCENAR therapy for post-operative wound infections had two effects:
* The fester quickly matured or dissolved, and
* The function of the affected area or organ was comletely restored.
Additionally, patients experienced a modest improvement (10%-15%) in the reparative regeneration of the festered cavity.
The SCENAR therapy was effective for pain relief in cancerous growths, though the effect was only temporary (from several hours to 24 hours).
Two patients with metastases in lymph nodes and muscles from renal carcinoma (the tumor could be palpated) took five sessions of SCENAR therapy. Both reported significant pain reduction and a decrease in tumor size by 15% – 20%.
Following SCENAR therapy, one of the patients underwent surgery where doctors removed tissue and morphologically verified metastasis from transient cell carcinoma in the kidney with resulting supporation at the perifocal inflammation which helped delimit the tumor from healthy tissue. This effect was attributed to a probable reaction of the body to the SCENAR therapy.
Two patients with breast cancer, following a mastectomy (mammary removal) and radiation therapy, developed lymphostasis in the arm and shoulder. Fifteen SCENAR sessions did not achieve any significant results, though both patients did report temporary improvement in arm function which had a positive psychological effect. However, SCENAR therapy was effective for osteochondrous pain relief, intestinal colic (fecal boluses were moved out) and renal colic.
One female patient, following nephrectomy (kidney removal) due to renal carcinoma, developed a gallstone. Ten sessions of SCENAR therapy reduced its size by one-third.
Another female patient had her renal calculus fragmented and passed it after six SCENAR sessions.
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