Some Case Histories
1.This patient underwent a Fast-CT because of coronary sclerosis. His initial results were:
Total Calcium score: and total Calcium volume:
The patient didn’t start treatment until 9 months later. It is to be expected that the scores would have increased in that time. Then the patient underwent 2 Plaquex and 1 Chelation infusion per week for 3.5 months.
The follow-up results were:
Total Calcium score: (49% decrease) and Total Calcium volume: mm3 ( a 36 %decrease).
2. This patient was a Greek man treated by a colleague in Australia for carotid stenosis. The time between the before and after carotid ultrasound was 1 year and 24 treatments.
The analysis of the 2 ultrasounds showed:
HDL was increased, LDL was decreased, total cholesterol was reduced, the HDL:LDL ratio improved.
The right internal carotid artery showed a minor plaque that was no longer seen in the second ultrasound.
In the left common carotid artery was a minor plaque that was no longer seen in the second ultrasound.
In the left external carotid artery was plaque formation no longer seen in the second ultrasound.
3. In 1993 Rene had a double by-pass operation. Three years later the grafts developed stenosis, as well as the remaining coronary arteries. René suffered from angina pectoris and was unable to climb 1 flight of stairs. Living on the 4th floor without an elevator made his life very difficult. Due to the existing grafts the cardiologists decided, that another by-pass or even an angioplasty was not an option. 1996 he had a total of 50 Plaquex treatments. René was able to reduce some of his medications after that. Another 29 chelation and 2 Plaquex treatments were done until 1997. A Thallium stress test showed the scar from the prior infarctions, but no ischemia.
In 1997 he had another 30 Plaquex treatments. The Thallium test was repeated in 98 and no ischemia was found. René meanwhile had no symptoms and could climb 4 flights of stairs without using any nitroglycerin. 3 years later René was hospitalized for another problem. The cardio check showed normal findings.
4. This patient was an avid , but he had severe peripheral artery disease with beginning gangrene. A specialist suggested he should have his leg amputated. His family doctor treated him with Plaquex and we later heard that the patient was out playing Golf again with both of his legs healed.
5. Don had an initial Calcium score of 1200. After 20 Plaquex treatments and four months it went down to 1075, a 10 % reduction. The reduction was not as much as expected, but considering that the score always goes up, a reduction by itself is a sensation. The process and speed of plaque buildup is different in every person. Some people tend to build them up much faster than others. In these people the score will not go down as much as in people who have a slower build up.
More case histories are described in the new book. As more cases become known, they will be published here.