Dr Holt tabled a number of case studies of radiowave therapy. (Dr Holt Report: Radiowave Therapy-17 November 2004)
Throughout his long and distinguished career Dr Holt patented various Therapeutic Methods for use in the treatment of cancer. These patents are now owned by the parent company of the Clinic so that the Clinic can continue to provide the radiowave treatment modality that Dr Holt practiced in the years prior to his retirement in 2004.
Dr Holt included with these patents a number of case studies relating to the efficacy of radiowave therapy. A sample of these case studies follows.
The reader is to be aware that the Clinic has no way of verifying the case study outcomes presented, however they are offered in good faith on the basis that they formed part of Dr Holt’s documented findings associated with the treatment.
Any particular case study outcome does not mean that in every case the treatment of cancer using radiowave therapy will achieve the same result.
Please find following a sample of Dr Holt’s case study findings:
CASE HISTORY 1:
Female – Diagnosis and History: Adenosquamous cell carcinoma of the mouth together with secondaries in both sides of the neck which was treated by surgery. The patient then saw Dr Holt with a recurrence in the floor of the mouth and two other sites – including lymph nodes. These were treated by Dr Holt immediately. Nine years and ten months later the patient had no evidence of the carcinoma in the mouth. The patient also developed breast cancer which was also treated by Dr Holt. After treatment no evidence of activity from either cancer was detectable and laboratory analysis some two and a half years later indicated that no cancer was present.
CASE HISTORY 2:
Female- Diagnosis and History: Recurrent carcinoma in the left breast. Biopsy proved recurrent duct carcinoma in the left breast existed. Dr Holt commenced immediate treatment. After sixteen day’s of treatment the mass had halved in size. Repeated treatments over a period of years then took place whereupon all her cancer antigens were measured and were found to be within normal limits. Examination ten years after her original treatment indicated no cancer was present.
CASE HISTORY 3:
Male – Diagnosis and History: The patient suffered tuberculosis in the upper left lung. The patient’s biopsy confirmed that he had a small cell carcinoma in the right lower lobe with secondary spread of the nodes in the right hilum of the chest. The patient declined Chemotherapy. Radiotherapy was not considered. After treatment by Dr Holt the patient was alive eight and a half years later with no clinical radiological evidence of the disease.
CASE HISTORY 4:
Female – Diagnosis and History: Seventeen years prior to treatment by Dr Holt was diagnosed with scleroderma which advanced despite conventional treatment. Patient developed left side breast cancer. Surgery was not an option due to risk factors. Dr Holt treated the patient whereupon her breast cancer resolved completely and her scleroderma began to resolve. At the time of writing the patent application the patient had not required any medication for her scleroderma for three years.
CASE HISTORY 5:
Female – Diagnosis and History: A lumpectomy and axillary clearance for a proven carcinoma in the right breast was performed prior to Dr Holt treating this patient. The patient had an infiltrating duct carcinoma in the right breast with two secondaries in the right axilla when Dr Holt treated her. The patient was treated and had no evidence of activity in her disease some five years after her treatment.
CASE HISTORY 6:
Female – Diagnosis and History: The patient had a squamous cell carcinoma of the floor of the mouth which was removed prior to the patient seeing Dr Holt. The patient refused further surgery. Dr Holt treated the patient for a recurrence of the squamous cell carcinoma in the floor of the mouth. A biopsy indicated the growth was malignant. Dr Holt gave two courses of treatment with a thirty eight day period between treatments. Three years after the last treatment there was no evidence of the disease.
CASE HISTORY 7:
Male- Diagnosis and History: Carcinoma of the prostate. Adenocarcinoma was confirmed at biopsy. The patient was treated by Dr Holt. Over six years and seven months the patients prostatic specific antigen remained in normal limits. At that examination no symptoms of the disease were present and ten years after his initial therapy no signs existed.
CASE HISTORY 8:
Female – Diagnosis and History: The patient had breast cancer and was taking hormones to control the disease. The hormones proved to be ineffective. Dr Holt treated the patient. Eight years and three months after the last treatment no evidence of malignancy was present.
CASE HISTORY 9:
Female – Diagnosis and History: The patient presented with leiomyosarcoma. Her knee joint was seriously damaged. A knee reconstruction was essential. After two courses of treatment with Dr Holt there was no evidence of malignancy. Two years after her first referral to Dr Holt the patient was alive and well.
CASE HISTORY 10:
Male – Diagnosis and History: The patient had transitional cell cancer of the bladder which was removed surgically. The patient then had x-ray therapy to the pelvis. When the patient presented to Dr Holt he had recurrent bladder cancer, the base of the pelvis and multiple secondaries throughout the skeleton. Multiple treatments of the patient were undertaken with the effect that a complete resolution of all symptoms was observed. A bone scan taken three and a half years after the last treatment revealed healing to all the sites of the previous cancer.
CASE HISTORY 11:
Female – Diagnosis and History: The patient had Hodgkin’s disease in the left neck node and an enlarged thymus in the chest. The patient had had chemotherapy however the residual disease was still present. The patient was given four courses of treatment by Dr Holt. One year after the last treatment the patient was well without disease.
CASE HISTORY 12:
Female – Diagnosis and History: The patient was given six to ten weeks to live prior to seeing Dr Holt. This patient had multiple lung secondary cancer and a primary ostegenic sarcoma in her lower left femur. The patient had had surgery and chemotherapy. The patient lived for over five years following treatment with Dr Holt. In fact chest x-rays and CT scan subsequent to Dr Holt’s treatment indicated no active cancer in her lungs or elsewhere in the body.
CASE HISTORY 13:
Female – Diagnosis and History: Slowly enlarging mass in the left calf. The tumour was partly removed. Histology was a myxoid lipsarcoma and myxoid sarcoma 14cm long which was incompletely removed. After treatment by Dr Holt no recurrence of the disease was found after eight years and four months.
CASE HISTORY 14:
Female – Diagnosis and History: This patient had abdominal mesothelioma and the patient was suffering from systematic lupus erythematosis (SLE). The patient was treated conventionally however her health slowly deteriorated. When the patient was treated by Dr Holt the patient had a left sided pelvic mesothelioma of the peritoneum. The patient was treated repeatedly using radiowave therapy. Two months after her final treatment the mesothelioma had shrunk considerably and the ascites has almost disappeared. Three and a half years after her first treatment there was no evidence of the SLE and her x-rays of her chest and abdomen indicated that the peritoneal mesothelioma had disappeared.