|Medical Journalist Report of Innovative Biologics|
by Morton Walker, DPM with Randall Walker
~ Townsend Letter ~ December 2004 Issue
On August 4, 1996, directly following his undergoing a biopsy performed in the Oncology Department at Rosewood Hospital, Houston, Texas USA, the then 65-year-old Reiki Master and Spiritual Teacher, Reverend Dudley P. Spofford, was diagnosed with anaplastic, large-cell lymphoma, stage IV. The malignancy also contained some small-cell lymphoma components, with the entire tumor located in his lower left abdomen. As described on one biopsy report, the solid abdominal mass affecting Rev. Spofford was as big as an overly large grapefruit.
In its unfavorable stage IV classification, it’s known that five-year survival from such a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is less than 20 percent. Surgery was ruled out for Rev. Spofford because of his being affected by diffuse abdominal and pelvic ascites. Plus the patient’s tumor completely effaced most of the retroperitoneal structures…
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