HCY/b39 was a 83-year old male. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer that had spread to the bone. The MRI of the thoracolumbar spine done on 5 September 2000 indicated: Osteoporotic compression fracture vertebral body of L3. Moderate compression fracture vertebral body L1.
The PSA reading was 27.08.
The biopsy report dated 11 September 2000 is as follows: Right lobe: well differentiated adenocarcinoma of the prostate. Gleason Grade 2, Stage T 1b. Left lobe: Benign prostatic hypertrophy.
15 September 2000. The son came and presented his father condition as follows:
• He had severe pain in the backbone. He could not move.
• He had no appetite.
• He was constipated – this was a long-standing problem of 20 years.
• He urinated very frequently – almost every hour.
1 October 2000. The son told us that his father:
• Had less pain in the back.
• His bowel movement had improved.
• His urination was less frequent now.
• He felt better and had shown much improvements.
15 Febuary 2001. The son reported the following:
• There was no more pain in the back.
• He felt better and looked better. Previously he was always sleepy and felt tired. Now, he was more alert or cheng sin.
19 April 2001. The son came with the blood test result dated 6 April 2001. PSA= 0.2. The son was so satisfied and was extremely happy.
Note: In addition to herbs he had hormone injection every month.
Part 1: Showed Improvement After 2 weeks herbs
Father presented with severe back pain, could not move, no appetite and frequent urination. After on 2 weeks herbs, showed much improvement. Had less pain, urination less frequent, more alert, had more energy.
Part 2: More improvements as time goes on
Father has good appetite. Can eat a lot, can sleep well too. Pain not so serious any more.