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Breast Cancer - Herbal Treatment

This case is still under my treatment and i will keep the readers posted on the development. All the pictures are taken at my clinic with the permission of the patient.

This 43 years old lady came to me in the last week of May 2013.

( Pic taken on 30th May 2013)

Her left breast full with pus and liquid oozing out of it. A huge cavity as if i can insert my fist inside it. The smell was so bad that i was about to vomit. Her breast was as hard as a coconut and no sensation at all.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer some 2 years ago and her reports clearly mentioned it. She was under treatment from different specialist doctors and her condition got worse and then she came to me in May 2013. From May, 2013 onwards she is under my treatment. I have put her completely on our herbal medicines.

In the past she had undergone lots of hormonal therapies to have a baby.

After 20 days of medication, She came back to me with the following improvements.

 (pic taken on 20th June, 2013)

The bad smell had stopped to a great extent. The pus was very less. The sensation was returning back and her hardness was reduced significantly.

After 14 days see the improvement.
 (pic taken on 4th July, 2013)

There is no pus. No smell. Sensation returned to almost all part of the breast. Hardness reduced significantly and patient very cheerful. No pain. She can sleep with ease. Gained 1 kg of weight.

 (pic taken on 18th July, 2013)

The patient is cheerful and full of confidence. When she had came to me, she was having severe hair loss. Now no hair fall. The wound has turned pink and the cavity also getting filled fast. No pain. The sensation has returned to all the parts of the breast. The breast has become softer. She is able to do her normal day to day activity.

 (pic taken on 1st August, 2013)
She is performing her daily work regularly. She is cheerful and confident. Eats well and sleeps well. Now able to sleep on both the sides. The swelling of the breast reduced.

 (pic taken on 15 August, 2013)

The patient is cheerful and full of life. Sleeps well and eats well. No signs of complications. the wound is healing slowly but steadily. The breast has turned soft. Steady recovery.

I will be updating this case regularly.

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