56 year old man
Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Stage 2b progressed to Stage 4
From: Austin, TX
Diagnosis: Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Cancer initial diagnosis June 2013: Stage 2b progressed to Stage 4
Treatment: Surgical Whipple-procedure (removal of parts of the pancreas, stomach, gall bladder and small intestine); two different chemotherapy regimens (Gemcitabine then a year later Folfirinox), one regimen of stereotactic radiation therapy (five treatment sessions) and the entire time administered evidence-based, molecularly-targeted Cancer Wellness Plan®MD treatment protocol by Dr. LaValley. During the various chemotherapy treatments, the patient’s Cancer Wellness Plan®MD treatment protocols were modified to increase the patient’s tolerance of the chemotherapy and synergistically increased the anti-cancer effect of the chemotherapy.
Outcome: Disease well-controlled at 4 years with full active quality of life to present date; progression of cancer currently under investigation and additional treatment. He has achieved robust well-being and extended survival significantly beyond the group of similarly diagnosed people.
I am very fortunate to be an outlier with pancreatic cancer which has such a nasty death rate. My medical doctors are consistently surprised with my success to date. The only action I have done differently than others with a similar diagnosis is I quickly implemented and then have stuck tightly to Dr LaValley’s protocols. I wanted to maximize my chances of fighting my cancer. I saw the scientific upside and could see no downside. …for sure I am not going to be stopping it…MS