After the beginning of the year, I was diagnosed with lymphoma in the stomach. When I found out, I was quite shocked, especially since I have almost never been seriously ill. On top of that, there were no significant diseases in my family, and I thought I was leading a relatively healthy life. The therapy that was prescribed was chemo, eight cycles of it. They said that the test results of chemo would be checked after four cycles. If chemotherapy would not give results, I would have to go for stomach surgery or specifically, the removal of the stomach. When I came around after the shock, I began to look for some alternative ways that could help with the healing process. That is how I came to know of biotherapy which I began implementing simultaneously with chemotherapy. I underwent biotherapy treatment once a month for four months. After four sessions of biotherapy and chemo, we went on a complete evaluation of my health. All the results, cytological, gastroscopy, and PET-CT were negative. After all, I virtually cured. My doctor then said that he had never or almost never seen such a quick recovery from this type of illness.
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