A neoplasm is defined as an abnormal mass of tissue that results when cells divide more than they should or do not die when they should. Neoplasms may be benign (not cancerous), or malignant (cancerous). Also called a tumor.
We no longer offer or provide clinical or non clinical treatment or health services to patients with a diagnosis of cancer disease.
Over the last few years, we have demonstrated several confirmed reversals of cancerous neoplasms. We have reported successful clinical case studies peer-review published in an international medical-scientific journal having an Editorial Board that includes Nobel Prize awarded scientists, and some presented at international medical-scientific conferences held in the USA, documenting radiographically, endoscopy and physical examination confirmed* complete disappearance of both primary and secondary (metastases) cancerous neoplasms, which were initially diagnosed by standard radiology/histology* within hospitals in Victoria, Australia, that occurred during the period of our monitoring and care, without any conventional oncology treatment given during that time, and including some of these outcomes following on from previous, conventionally documented* extended disease progression.
*Confirmed by the corresponding hospital oncology and radiology studies and reports. This asterisked note is added for ease of reading of the above statement.
Demonstration case study examples
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