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Caucasian male of 62 years

A Caucasian male of 62 years old with a story of colon cancer diagnosed in November 2001.

It consists in two large tumors of 6 x 3 cm and 4 x 2 cm and metastasis are found in 1/3 of isolated ganglions. The patient came to our Institute before surgery to start a treatment to boost the immune system and reduce his anxiety, nervous condition and stress. We prescribe Biobran and Anoxe that seem the two best appropriate compounds and before chemotherapy we start immediately an angiogenic treatment from liquid cartilage extract against new neo-vascularization together with Biobran, Anoxe and some probiotics.

The patient follows during over a year the chemotherapy but because of strong allergic reaction he was oblige to discontinue.

At the beginning he also suffer from adverse effects such vomiting, fatigue, heart palpitations that with time decrease with our treatment including some Coenzyme Q10 to strength the heart.

Therefore the patient is only doing our treatment but no chemotherapy.

Antigene tumor marker CA 19.9 decrease from 180 u/ml to 50 u/ml, 32 u/ml and 21.9 u/ml and keep always down. The patient has been under our care from late 2001 to 2005 taking regularly L.C.E., Biobran, Anoxe and some others supplementations as vitamins and for the nerve.

Today until October 2007 the patient at 67 years old enjoy a normal life and health condition and new antigene tumor marker CA 19.9 is still 21.9 u/ml.


Surgery including laparatomy and laparoscopy increase the risk of metastasis invasion, favor the translocation of lipopolyssacharide bacteria’s that stimulate angiogenic factors and inhibit apoptosis. Surgery may decrease angiostatin that in turn increase the angiogenic cascade. A new option suggest that patient start a postoperative treatment against metastasic invasion or growing of secondary tumor (Lancet Oncology)

1 – Stimulation of the immune system

2 – Angiogenic therapy

3 – Probiotic therapy

Our patient recovered from the cancer of colon with no additional metastasis to liver as it is common in most of patients and without relapse after 7 years.