Ms. Huang

Ms. Huang

OVERVIEW

Name: Ms. Huang
Diagnosis: Multiple intercranal lymphomas
D.O.B: 01 January 1931
Gender: Female
Country: China

Treatment: Combination Stem Cell Therapy (SCT)

HISTORY

Patient Huang was a 73-year-old patient from Hong Kong, who was diagnosed with intracranial lymphoma (multiple). She was admitted at the Stem Cell Center of Puhua International Hospital for treatment in July 2009.

In July 2009, Patient Huang’s left arm became weak. Her gait became unsteady, accompanied by dizziness, headache, nausea, and with occasional vomiting.  One morning, she suffered an accidental fall, and she was later admitted into a local Hospital. The PET/CT scan revealed that she had intracranial space-occupying lesions, SUV=27.1, with apparent edema surrounding the tumors. The cranial MRI showed multiple intracranial occupying lesions, which were diagnosed as malignant lymphomata. Her symptoms improved somewhat after 5 days of radiation therapy. She was semi-conscious but her right limbs were not functional.

Medical condition before Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for intracranial lymphoma

Her mood was weak and listless. She experienced a strong sense of physical weakness and dizziness. She had difficulty walking and exhibited poor balance. Consequently, when she did walk she would only do so with assistance. Her appetite was suppressed, and she was unusually thirsty with a frequent desire to drink. Her bowel and bladder function were disturbed, demonstrating frequent urination (urinating on an average 40 minutes cycle) and constipation. She was prescribed the drug Tong Bianling to assist in the discharge of her stool. Her sleep was disturbed, and benzodiazepines were taken in order to assist sleep. A cranial MRI revealed multiple intracranial space-occupying lesions.

Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for intracranial lymphoma

Combined therapies based on stem cell treatment for intracranial lymphoma.

Medical condition after Stem Cell Treatment (SCT) for intracranial lymphoma

After the treatments for intracranial lymphoma, her previous dizziness, headache, nausea and vomiting resolved completely. Her sensorium was clear. She could walk more quickly and steadily. Also, she could walk well without aid or assistance. Her bowel and bladder function were improved, as the frequent urination symptom resolved (then urinating on average 2 - 3 hours/time intervals) and the stool became normal (1- 2 times /day). Her sleep quality improved and the need for the use of benzodiazepines abated. She experienced a more positive mood and improved mental state.

In September 2009, she underwent a re-examination of her condition. Compared with the pre-treatment cranial MRI scan (taken in July 2009), the lesions located in the right temporal lobe, frontal lobe, the right lateral ventricle, and the right lateral ventricle side were all obviously diminished. The lesions in the right temporal lobe, frontal lobe had almost disappeared. The lesion adjacent to the posterior horn of the right lateral ventricle lessened significantly. An enhanced scan showed that the intracranial edema (swelling) was diminished in comparison with the previous scans. She underwent six more rounds of integrated therapy to further consolidate the positive effects of the stem cell therapy.

Follow Up

On February 2nd 2010, she received a case review and follow-up exam. The PET/CT scan showed that all the intracranial lesions had disappeared. The lateral ventricle revealed an ‘old’ calcification, SUV=3, the index had apparently decreased. Her condition was quite stable, she felt excellent, and had found her confidence in life again. Her relatives were very happy, and excited to see what has happened with her Stem Cell Treatment (SCT).

Here is a letter her son wrote to her PIH team:

"Dear Dr. Zhang,

I am so happy to hear that the lesions in my mother’s brain almost disappeared. I am so glad that I do not know what to say.

The government hospital in Hong Kong had given up treating my mother and I was grasping the last straw as a drowning man, to bring her to Puhua International Hospital in China for treatment. I couldn't have hoped for this result. I have never thought about that the cancer may almost disappear. You all have done an excellent job for us. It is a miracle. Here I just want to express my gratitude for you and the whole staff of Puhua International Hospital. I sincerely hope you will help more and more cancer patients in the future."

Pre Stem Cell Treatment scans

Post Stem Cell Treatment scans

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