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APeX Disease Research Institute - Direct Oxygen Infusion Protocol

   Information Reported by APeX

        ICAM Study Volunteers

​​ Jim M. - Stage 4 Lung Cancer - Given 2 Months - Portland, Oregon**

 Jim was subjected to intense radiation and chemo and was finally faced with “getting his affairs in order.” Here are Jim’s comments.


 April 03, 2007; “Cancer has been diagnosed as Stage IV Lung cancer. Six weeks of chemo therapy and a concurrent radiology series. The chemo was once a week for the 6 weeks, and the radiology was every week day for the 6 weeks. “


May 12, 2007; Began APeX


July 13, 2007; “June 29th -  CAT scan. The results are encouraging. The lymph nodes have shrunk some more. They are now less than half of what they were before APeX treatment. The right lung has no new growth and the cancer that was there is now just black spots and very small. 


September 28, 2007;  Last CT Scan showed NO sign of cancer.

       I asked my Dr. what stage the lung cancer was or is in, after all this treatment and so on. She told me it was gone, so I asked, “Is it in remission?” She said, “No, it’s gone. As in, not there any more. Your lymph nodes are normal and the lung spots are gone or just small black dots. There is some scar tissue that shows, but even that’s getting smaller with each scan. There is nothing showing in the blood work or in the CT scans. "

      She also mentioned that she is confused, that this is very rare for lung cancer, especially my type.


June 23, 2012; Jim called APeX Institute with an update-for the past eight years he has been getting a check-up every six months and continues to live a normal life with no signs of cancer. What is unique about James M. is that his APeX case is not unique.
                       

                                              
Paul. S. - Stage IV Prostate Cancer - Given 2 to 3 Months - Atlanta, GA
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 Paul S. was diagnosed with an elevated PSA of 3,281, a Gleason of 4+5, multiple  enlarged pelvic and abdominal lymph nodes suggestive of metastatic prostate cancer.


April 03, 2008: Paul underwent a TRUS guided biopsy at which time he was noted to have a 40cc gland.


April 17, 2008: Biopsy confirmed metastatic prostate cancer.


April 29, 2008: Endorectal MRI identified the known disease in the pelvic region as well as T2 signal suggesting extensive intraprostatic involvement and SV extension.
His oncologist reported that, “many would consider this incurable.” He told Paul to go home and get his affairs in order.


June 5, 2008; Started APeX


August 24, 2008: Paul S. in for CT today in our office. Show significant reduction in size of his nodes.


October 29, 2008: PSA measured at 0.25, essentially resolved. No abnormal mass is seen. There has been dramatic change in the appearance of the abdomen and pelvis with prior exams. The extensive lymphadenopathy has nearly resolved. No significant residual lymph nodes are seen.


February 3, 2009: The extensive lymphodemopathy has resolved. In fact, no significant residual lymph nodes are seen. There is some very minimal density present along the left external iliacs at the level of the previous largest mass. However, this probably simply represents scaring from treated adenopathy. No significant residual nodes are seen. Nothing abnormal is seen. Bony structures are intact. Lung fields and heart appear normal.


September, 2012, Paul reported that he continues to have regular check-ups and shows no signs of his previous prostate cancer.


September 2016 , Paul S. continues to be free of his cancer eight years after being pronounced resolved.

                                                      


Connie C. , Portland, OR, Maryland , Stage 4 Breast Cancer


      Connie is a 52 year old female who had a double mastectomy ten years prior. Her cancer restaged with a malignant right breast mass with 14 of 21 lymph nodes positive for metastatic ductal carcinoma and extensive bone metastases. Sudden movement of her head could damage the neck bones. Connie was told by her oncologist that they couldn't treat her cancer - the best they could do was put her on a modified chemo program,  which was tolerable.


Connie started APeX in May, 2008


​June, 2008 -   "Laboratory studies show a markedly improved white count and hemoglobin and platelets counts that are stable.


July, 2008 - "Appetite has improved. She is less depressed. Tapering off her pain meds. Her white count is satisfactory. Her CA-15-3 shows a slight upward creep to 123."


August 2008 - "She is no longer having problems with depression, chills, bleeding, bruising or other toxic symptoms; minor signs or symptoms of disease."


September, 2008 - "Laboratory studies reveal a white count of 300, slight reduction of CA-15-3.


October, 2008 - "CA-15-3 is holding steady, now right around the 100 level. Her pain control is excellent and she is tapering off her pain meds."


November , 2008 - "For the present we are going to not plan imaging studies, as with a dropping CA - 15-3 ( 73 ) and improving pain complex, the disease appears to be responding quite nicely."


December, 2008 - "Tumor marker CA-15-3 continues to drop, more rapidly now, and is at 45. Her only complaint now is occasional headaches. She is gradually tapering off the H2 blocker."


The APeX Team met with Connie in January 2009. She drove herself to the meeting. She appeared robust and full of energy.



Nicholas U, Bowie, Maryland , Inoperable Brain Cancer, Johns-Hopkins **


     Nicholas is a four-year-old boy who was diagnosed at Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology with upper spine and brain cancers when he was two years old. His battle with these inoperable cancers has been significant and noteworthy. According to his mother, during his time with APeX, Nicholas referred to APeX as his Holy Water.


The prognosis for Nicholas was extremely grim with a 2 percent chance of survival and no hope that he would ever lead a normal life.


September 12, 2009: A mass is evident in the pineal region also occupies the posterior third ventricle, causing a mild amount mass-effect on the tectal plate. Lesion measures approximately 14 X 20 mm in diameter. Slight increased signal is seen on images. Extensive subarachnoid tumor dissemination within the cisterns of the posterior fossa. Tumor nodules evident within the foramen of the 9-10-11th cranial nerves.


September 28, 2009: Nicholas began APeX.


December 11, 2009: Findings: The previously noted pineal mass has decreased in size in the interval from previously 20mm depth and 16 mm width X 13 mm height to currently 6x6x7 mm. There remains prominent leptomoningeal enhancement of the cerebral hemispheres, but overall reduced enhancement surrounding the cerebellum, midbrain, and medulla.


July 23, 2009: Nicholas continues to improve dramatically.


September 15, 2010: Nicholas was  pronounced fully resolved by pediatric oncologists at Johns Hopkins.

                                



Adonica B., Boynton Beach, FL, Inoperable Brain Cancer - Johns-Hopkins **


Adonica is a young female with a mass in her brain stem and spine. Her prognosis was grave at best with a less than 2 percent chance of surviving. At first Adonica refused to have chemo or radiation treatments, however, at age 16 Adonica was pressured into having brain surgery. She had been on APeX for only a month by the time of the operation, which did not remove all of the cancer. Her mother, Diane, was told to bring Adonica back after the surgery had healed so they could do a scan of her brain to determine where to target the radiation. If she did survive radiation, they told her mother , Adonica would be an invalid.


By the time of the dreaded radiation targeting scan, her mother called me from the hospital Adonica had been on APeX for over two months. She was with Adonica in the MRI room surrounded by doctors. “It’s gone!" She screamed into the phone. "All the cancer is gone!” She continued, “They're looking at pictures from the scan and they can’t see any cancer. It’s ALL gone!” The pediatric oncologists at Johns Hopkins were confused and had a hard time believing the images; there was no cancer anywhere to target with radiation.


Adonica continued to progress to a fully resolved state. Her doctors, while not endorsing APeX, told Adonica to “keep doing what you are doing.” Meaning, of course, to keep taking APeX.  


December 8, 2010: Adonica's mother reports that Adonica's pediatric oncologist at John's Hopkins told her that Adonica no longer needs an oncologist. Contrary to their grim prognosis, Adonica was completely resolved and went on to become a champion soccer player who graduated high school as a National Merit Scholar with one of the highest testing scores in the Florida tri-state area and received a scholarship from Duke University. In 2011 she graduated with honors and was accepted into law school. Adonica graduated law school with highest honors and is now working in a prestigious Washington D. C. law firm.



​​Frank B., Portland, OR Stage 4 Mesothelioma**Portland, OR. Given 2 to 3 Months by VA Hospital - now at 30  months and counting. Off portable oxygen after three months.


** = Available for interview - More will be added as permission is received.


DISCLAIMER: APeX Global Disease Research Institute makes no claims about improving the health or medical  condition of anyone. These unsolicited reports are presented here exactly as they were received from APeX ICAM Study Volunteers and should not be construed as medical advice nor an attempt to guide anyone away from a qualified medical professional. 


The FDA has not approved APeX Direct Oxygen Infusion Protocol to  diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.