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ENS treatment of epidermoid cancer

Dr. med. Tatiana Arnaudova Kivendidu | 25.11.2020

Epidermoid cancer is the most malignant epithelioma of skin.

Patient: male, psychiatrist, 74 yrs old, arrived with diagnosis — epidermoid cancer of skin on the parietal region of the head.
No metastases revealed.
His treatment before ENS therapy included laser therapy. Three months later the patient had a relapse. During checkup a tumour in the form of a plaque with scabs was revealed, size — 2cm in diameter.
On the basis of the checkup results ENS therapy was started.
Full examination of the cancer patient independently of the medical case history was a necessity and led to the change of the treatment plan. In this particular case when the tumour damage was combined with chronic pancreatitis, diabetes, cholelithiasis, leukoplakia of larynx, inflammation of the prostate, lumbar radiculitis, we have obtained data which confirmed that the patient needed extended therapy.
As a result, we have chosen the optimum alternative of extended ENS therapy. I must say that such decision should only be made when the therapy is performed by experienced Scenar-Cosmodic therapists.

ENS therapy was started on October 5, 2020.
Total: 20 sessions.
Action zones: general zones — skin of the parietal region of the head, pancreas, abdominal surface, liver, larynx, prostate.
Combinations of the action modes used: Scenar-Cosmodic Slider auto, Scenar-ENS Slider auto – Var, Cosmodic-ENS Slider auto.
Time of a session: 1 hour.

5th session — no need to go to the toilet at nights.
7th session — pain in larynx disappeared.
10th session — tumour growth on the skin – not detected.
15th session — painful sensitivity in the lumbar region – not detected.
20th session — having achieved remission of epidermoid cancer the patient was sent for checkup.
Test results showed that in the course of ENS therapy cancer cells disappeared completely. Histological examination did not detect epidermoid cancer.
The patient feels well.

Dr. Tatiana Arnaudova Kivendidu
Phd Scenar Cosmodic Specialist
Oncoloqy & Radiotherapy Specialist
Athens, Greece

Translated by Elena Khatkova “LET Medical”