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Date posted: May 1, 2012

Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD (Hom) 

Mrs. S B, F 55 Years, A case of Carcinoma Hard Palate Before, during and after treatment with Carcinosin 1M followed by Hekla lava 30.

Case History
The lady was having habit of chewing tobacco and beetle for past 30 years. She developed ulcer in upper palate, in hard palate and was diagnosed as Squamous cell Carcinoma Hard palate. Was so poor to afford chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Consulted me for Homoeopathy being cheaper (this was the only cause to consult a Homoeopath, otherwise she was having a myth as Homoeopathy cannot do even the least for the persons taking tobacco or so).

Very cunning and skillful lady- revealed by the attendants. Has had good command in every field related to rural ladies. Very poor. Desires- Sweets++, salt+++, spices+, fats++, sour+, Thirsty++. Led a very tough and rigid life since child hood.

Analysis-
Materia medica- Carcinosin was the similimum.

Rx
20- 01- 2004
First Photograph
Carcinosin 1 M
Sa lac TDS x 10 days.

01-02-2004
Little better. Mild bleeding. Bony hardness of the tumor.
Hekla lava 30 tds

18-02-2004
Second photograph
Much more improvement.
Hekla lava 30 TDS

30-03-2004
Third Photograph
Marked improvement. Growth regressed.
Same treatment still continued.
Another miracle of Homoeopathy.

Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma MD (Hom)
Homoeo Cure & Resaerch Centre
NH 74- Moradabad Road
Kashipur (Uttaranchal)

Comments

One Response so far.

  1. Purushothama Rao says:

    I have thourgh your case history, it is very goood result and i am appriciated fopr your treatment and also it is miracle of homeo but iam unable to find out what about 3 rd image pl updated the case history.

    Regards
    Purushotham

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