Prostate Cancer Reports

Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy treatment results of patients with prostate cancer

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Official Report #1

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Patient: Confidential
DOB: 04/01/1940
Date of Admission: 05/09/07
Admission Diagnosis: Prostate cancer
Date of Discharge: 05/18/07
Discharge Diagnosis: Prostate cancer

Background:

The patient is a 67 year old male patient. June 2000, a routine blood exam revealed a PSA level of 8. A biopsy was performed with a score of 6 -7 on the Gleason scale. January 2007, PSA level of 24. May 10, 2007, Doppler Color sonogram showed a prostate volume of 52.3 cc with a size of 53 x 35 x 54 mm. There are multiple calcifications, two lesions of 18 x 12 mm and 22 x 15 mm, with increased vascularity in the tumor area. Residual urine is 156 cc.

Treatment and conclusion:

The patient refused to take conventional treatment and underwent alternative treatments comprised of natural supplements. May 18, 2007, Doppler Color sonogram reported a change from high vascularity to low vascularity and a decrease in residual urine from 156 cc to 130 cc. The size of the lesions remained unchanged. The patient reported that clinically his night urination decreased from 3 or 4 times a night to 1 or 2 times a night. Further investigation by a different sonogram technician confirmed the patient's improvement and suggested a follow-up procedure in 6 months of PSA blood counts.

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Official Report #2

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Patient name: Confidential
DOB: 10/03/1939
Date of Admission: 08/23/07
Admission Diagnosis: Prostate cancer
Date of Discharge: 09/07/07
Discharge Diagnosis: Prostate cancer

Summary:

The patient is a 67 year old male patient. His condition started 15 years ago with a prostate enlargement and a PSA report of 8, with an increase to 10 in the same year. He started to have urinary symptoms such as caliber reduction in the stream, sexual dysfunction and pubic hair loss. He reported the need to get up several times during the night to urinate. A Doppler Color Transrectal Prostate sonogram performed on August 23, 2007 showed a prostate size of 62 x 54 x 77 mm, a volume of 134 cc, a focal lesion of 30 x 25 mm, high vascularity in the lesion, and residual urine of 62 cc. September 3, 2007 sonogram showed a prostate decreased size of 62 x 51 x 60 mm, a decreased volume of 99 cc, a decreased focal lesion of 23 x 28 cc, low vascularity in the lesion and no residual urine. This represents a considerable benefit for this patient.

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Official Report #3

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Patient name: Confidential
DOB: 08/30/1948
Date of Admission: 09/20/07
Admission Diagnosis: Prostate cancer, bone metastasis, anemia
Date of Discharge: 10/02/07
Discharge Diagnosis: Prostate cancer and bone metastasis

Background:

The patient is a 58 year old male who has a medical history of prostate cancer. In 1997, The patient had a PSA report of 4.5. Ultrasound was found to be clear. He monitored the prostate every year and only inflammation, without any evidence of a suspicious lesion, was reported. PSA levels continued rising until 2007 with a report of more than 500. An MRI reported lesions of L4 and pelvis. Patient was anemic upon admission with Hb levels of 8.9. A sonogram on September 21, 2007 reported a prostate size of 45 x 35 x 35, residual urine of 30cc, no groin adenopathy, and increased vascularity around calcifications.

Treatment and conclusion:

The patient received SonoPhotoDynamic Therapy and a blood transfusion. October 1, 2007, sonogram showed flow vascularity decreased by 10%, with no other significant changes.

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Official Report #4

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Patient name: Confidential
DOB: 25/02/1949
Date of Admission: 06/02/07
Admission Diagnosis: Prostate cancer
Date of Discharge: 06/09/07
Discharge Diagnosis: Prostate cancer

Background:

The patient is a 58 year old male who has a medical history of prostate cancer. His PSA was 25.7 in February 2007. Soon after, he was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the prostate, with a Gleason scale of 6 -7. June 2, 2007, performed blood test and sonogram. Sonogram report is below.

Treatment and conclusion:

The patient was treated with 100 mg of Raphachlor, a chlorine E6 derivative. He received rounds of hyperthermia, phototherapy and sonodynamic therapy as a full body treatment. He was given daily prostate massage, prostate fluoroscopy and prostate hyperthermia. He was discharged and instructed to take 100 mg of Raphachlor each week for ten weeks. He received an ultrasound and light device, and instructions on how to use them.

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