Testicular cancer is a rare type of cancer that originates in the testicles, organs of the male reproductive system responsible for making sperm and male hormones. The cells of the testicles can develop into different types of testicular cancers. The most common origin of testicular cancer is in the cells known as germ cells. Approximately 1 out of every 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Testicular cancer commonly occurs in young and middle-aged men with the average age of diagnosis being at 33 years old. Treatment for testicular cancer is often successful and there is a very low risk of death from testicular cancer. There is a 99% five-year survival rate if the cancer has not spread to other areas outside of the testicles.
Duane’s Treatment and progress
Settling on a 5 week programme, Duane underwent a series of integrative and complimentary treatments including IPT, Local and Whole-Body Hyperthermia, Chelation, Dendritic Cell Therapy AHCC, EWOT, Colon Hydrotherapy, Lymphatic Massage and Hyperbaric Oxygen, in addition to a personalised programme of at least a dozen natural supplements, medicines and IV infusions with proven anti -cancer properties.
Most importantly, Duane’s wife Patty was there to support him every step of the way.
Now back home, Duane is continuing with Dendritic Cell Therapy arranged through the clinic, and is optimistic the treatment programme at Verita Life has helped.
“The difference is they treat your whole body, your whole person. They’re not just interested in your disease. They really care”.
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Results along with treatment plans, will vary depending on each persons medical history.