January 1988 a man, 71 presented with Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate. Aggressive Gleason grade 8, Metatstasis in L4 & S1 vertebrae and PSA 15.8. Urinary symptoms of frequency, precipitancy and intermitant incontinence. He was advised to go for surgery and radiation. He was lean, fastidious, irritable, flatulent and having a huge erectile dysfunction since about 10 years.
After 3 months on the protocol a CT scan of the prostate showed a regression of the tumor and PSA down to 9.3. Another 3 months (with the remedies adjusted), the tumor continued to shrink ant the PSA came down to 8.0 and the Bone scan showed that the metastatic deposits in the vertebrae had fully cleared.
He remained on the regimen for another year, the tumor totally regressed and the PSA 3.2. He was kept on the remedies in a less intense dosing schedule for another 2 years and is now monitored only occasionally and continues to do well.