Three years ago, I was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia and small cell lymphoma. The symptoms before treatment, as well as medical results, showed that I have a very large number of leukocytes, over 68.500. I was explained that I should come to the hospital for a few days, to be under the doctor’s surveillance and to start a cycle of chemotherapy. They put me on 6 cycles of chemotherapy that I had to take. One cycle a month. That’s why I signed up for biotherapy. I heard it was held in Zagreb, so I decided to come to the treatment.
When I went to the hospital for my regular checkup, the results after biotherapy proved to be good, because the white blood cell count decreased for approximately 2500. However, this number was still high, so the doctors recommended that I should be in the group of patients who need further treatment.
I intend to continue with the therapy, because I received your treatment before my 6th cycle of chemotherapy, and afterward the results of the tests I did in the hospital turned out to be good. Even the doctor who saw me on the first day I arrived at the hospital said that I looked good, in fact – that I looked healthy. I told her that’s exactly how I feel, Doc! When the doctors’ in the department saw my clinical results, they concluded that my 6th cycle of chemotherapy was not needed. What I am telling you is that the biotherapy treatment I received prior to the last medical tests has improved my health condition, so that the 6th cycle of chemotherapy wasn’t required.
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