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The following testimonials are written by Cancer Patients who have heroically

fought Osteosarcoma. They have offered to share their stories with you in order to

let you know that you have OPTIONS, and what some of these options are.

These testimonials are for information purposes only and we do not advocate that

this treatment is for everyone. Prior to changing your treatment program, please

check with your physician for recommendations specific to your symptoms.

 


 

 
#1 Testimonial
   
Anel Nieto

Date: October 23, 2001

Diagnosis: Osteosarcoma
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Anel's Testimonial
 
In January of the 2000, Anel started to notice an increase of volume in the left shoulder. The biopsy showed a large tumor mass and the diagnosis was osteosarcoma. When she went to the hospital in Mexico City the doctors said that they could not do anything for her. Life expectancy was zero.

At that time the tumor was proximately 80 x 93mm. Since then she went to different Doctors in cancer medicine. The answer was always the same, there was no chance of survival. In August 2000,
she met Al Sanchez, Director of AMARC, and began her treatment with Poly-MVA and clodronate.

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results began immediately, there was significant reduction of tumor and even more important she never presented metastasis to the bone.

Before poly-MVA, she used to wear a jacket size 16 due to the size of the
tumor that weighted 17 pounds, and she could not raise her arms. Now she can raise her arms without pain, and even more important—she can dance.  ......   Read Full Report
 
 
 
 
#2 Testimonial
 
   
Chase Bockhahn

Date: October 2005

Diagnosis: Osteosarcoma

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My daughter Chase was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in Oct 2005 at age 7.

She began Chemo immediately for the remainder of that year, struggling with nausea and vomiting (vomiting up to 10 times during administration).

In early 2006, Chase had surgery and her left knee and partial left femur were replaced. We found out about Poly MVA shortly after surgery and began the suggested amount of Poly MVA for her weight.

She went back on Chemo 3 weeks after surgery and the immediate effect we noticed was her nausea/vomiting had subsided substantially. She might vomit once during treatment or maybe not at all. Her energy level was much higher....the day after treatment she would take it easy and then she would be back to 90%+ within a couple of days.

Her overall well being was much stronger and she (keep in mind her age) grew 1/2" during her chemo. treatment which lasted a total of 9 months. This month will be our fifth year since diagnosis.

Five years later, Chase is now 12 years old and still taking Ploy MVA  ......   Read Full Report
 
 
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Oncologist touts the benefits of Poly-MVA(LAMC)

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James Forsythe, MD, HMD

Century Wellness Clinic in Reno, NV

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"The long-term positive impact I have seen in our clinic is quite astounding. Since 2004, we've performed 3 outcome studies in over 1700 patients with Poly-MVA(LAMC).

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Poly-MVA provides a significant difference as a stand-alone or Integrative Protocol and also continues to show outstanding impact for each patient's success & overall health."

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