Results with Lifescozul

Patricio Ponce - Bladder Cancer- Resultados con LifEscozul™ Bladder Cancer

Introduction to the case

Bladder cancer begins in the urothelial cells that line the inside of the bladder, but can also occur in other parts of the urinary tract drainage system.

7 out of 10 cases of bladder cancer are diagnosed at an early stage when the disease is highly treatable, although bladder tumors can recur. It is for this reason that patients with this type of cancer usually undergo constant follow-up even after receiving treatment, so it is easier to diagnose a recurrence.

Patricio had Prostate Cancer in 2011, which was treated with traditional medicine and obtained good results, but unfortunately the cancer returned to his life a few years later.

In July 2016 through a biopsy he was found to have Bladder Cancer. His urologist recommended immediate surgery, but Patricio did not want his quality of life to be affected by a radical surgery that would represent a permanent change in his life.

He started looking for other treatments that could help him stop his disease and found LifEscozul Group. He started treatment with LifEscozul (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom) in October 2017.

Let's take a look at his case and learn about his progress below.

  • Clinical Data

    Patricio Ponce, 66 years old at the beginning of treatment with LifEscozul.

  • Symptomatology

    Blood in the urine (hematuria).

  • Protocol Start

    October 2017.

  • Specialist assigned to Grupo LifEscozul

    Doctor Beatriz Garcia.

  • Diagnostics

    Poorly differentiated grade 3 infiltrating urothelial carcinoma of the bladder. Massive invasion of the connective tissue beneath the epithelium. Invasion of muscular layers. Focal necrosis with dystrophic calcifications. pT2.

Background

Patricio in 2011 was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, which with traditional treatment he was able to overcome. Unfortunately in early May 2016 he noticed that there was blood in his urine and through a biopsy that was performed in July 2016, he was detected a grade 3 Infiltrating Urothelial Carcinoma of the Bladder.

He consulted with three different doctors and they all told him that he should have surgery before October 2017, but Patricio was still searching for another option to treat his cancer.

Through some Cuban friends he heard about treatment with LifEscozul (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) and decided to contact us. She sent us all her documents for our Medical Team to evaluate her case and in October 2017 she started with our treatment.

Evolution with LifEscozul and actual results

OCTOBER 2017.

Patricio contacted his urologist to tell him that he wanted to wait until January 2018 to have surgery, but he did not tell him that he was taking the LifEscozul treatment (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom).

The urologist decided not to continue with his case due to Patricio's refusals regarding the operation. By this time he only had the medical supervision of Dr. Beatriz Garcia, a specialist of our Oncology Department at LifEscozul Medical Group.

NOVEMBER 2017.

Dr. Beatriz was very honest with Patricio since he entered our Protocol. She stressed to him how aggressive his disease was and that the most advisable thing to do was to have surgery, but Patricio wanted to continue with the LifEscozul treatment (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) and see its effects before resorting to surgery.

In November 2017 Patricio found another urologist in Ottawa. This doctor was more understanding than the previous one and prescribed chemotherapy for 3 months.

The urologist also proposed him 3 options for radical bladder surgery:

  1. neobladder reconstruction: using a section of the small bowel, a sphere-shaped reservoir would be created that would become the new bladder. This would be placed in the same position inside the body as the original bladder and connected to the ureters to allow urine to drain from the kidneys. The other end of the neobladder would be attached to the urethra, allowing for relatively normal urination.
  2. Ileal conduit: using part of the small intestine, a tube would be created and attached to the ureters to connect the kidneys to an opening in the abdominal wall. Urine would flow from the opening continuously and be collected by a bag outside the abdomen. A catheter may have to be used to help it drain better.
  3. Continent urinary reservoir: using part of the bowel, a small reservoir will be created inside the abdominal wall. As urine is produced this reservoir will fill up and through a catheter it can be emptied, this process must be repeated several times a day.

But Patricio did not want to opt for any of them.

MARCH 2018

The chemotherapy sessions weakened Patricio a lot, but he always tried to stay strong during the whole process.

At the end of this treatment he had a CT urogram (computed tomography urogram) and the results surprised his urologist, as the bladder showed no abnormalities. Patricio felt a great relief with this news.

It should be highlighted the fact that by this date, March 2018, Patricio was already 6 months into his treatment with LifEscozul (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom).

Patricio spoke with his urologist and explained what he was taking to treat his disease, the doctor told him to continue with our treatment and that he would continue under his medical supervision

As for the operation, since his grade 3 cancer had gone down to grade 1, the urologist explained to him that it was the ideal time to perform the surgery, but Patricio replied: "if it was not ideal when I had an aggressive grade 3, I am not going to operate with a grade 1".

Faced with this answer, the doctor indicated the danger he was running, but respected his decision and offered him the most common intravesical immunotherapy for the treatment of early stage bladder cancer: Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) therapy, thus avoiding the growth of the cancer and a possible recurrence. This treatment would be applied for 6 weeks in a row.

2019 Y 2020

Patricio always maintained constant communication with our Medical Team, he provided us with each of his exams so we could periodically evaluate his health status and make the necessary adjustments in the doses of LifEscozul (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) to optimize his results.

At the beginning of 2019, Dr. Beatriz Garcia, after seeing his tests, confirmed to Patricio that he had been cancer free for 6 months.

By July 2020 he underwent a PET Scan and his results continued to indicate that Patricio was cancer free.

He is currently undergoing BCG therapy with his urologist, is under constant surveillance by our Medical Team, has regular check-ups and has recovered his quality of life.

He is very grateful with the LifEscozul treatment (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom) because he feels it was a very important aspect in achieving his recovery.

OCTOBER 2017.

Patricio contacted his urologist to tell him that he wanted to wait until January 2018 to have surgery, but he did not tell him that he was taking the LifEscozul treatment (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom).

The urologist decided not to continue with his case due to Patricio's refusals regarding the operation. By this time he only had the medical supervision of Dr. Beatriz Garcia, a specialist of our Oncology Department at LifEscozul Medical Group.

NOVEMBER 2017.

Dr. Beatriz was very honest with Patricio since he entered our Protocol. She stressed to him how aggressive his disease was and that the most advisable thing to do was to have surgery, but Patricio wanted to continue with the LifEscozul treatment (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) and see its effects before resorting to surgery.

In November 2017 Patricio found another urologist in Ottawa. This doctor was more understanding than the previous one and prescribed chemotherapy for 3 months.

The urologist also proposed him 3 options for radical bladder surgery:

  1. neobladder reconstruction: using a section of the small bowel, a sphere-shaped reservoir would be created that would become the new bladder. This would be placed in the same position inside the body as the original bladder and connected to the ureters to allow urine to drain from the kidneys. The other end of the neobladder would be attached to the urethra, allowing for relatively normal urination.
  2. Ileal conduit: using part of the small intestine, a tube would be created and attached to the ureters to connect the kidneys to an opening in the abdominal wall. Urine would flow from the opening continuously and be collected by a bag outside the abdomen. A catheter may have to be used to help it drain better.
  3. Continent urinary reservoir: using part of the bowel, a small reservoir will be created inside the abdominal wall. As urine is produced this reservoir will fill up and through a catheter it can be emptied, this process must be repeated several times a day.

But Patricio did not want to opt for any of them.

MARCH 2018

The chemotherapy sessions weakened Patricio a lot, but he always tried to stay strong during the whole process.

At the end of this treatment he had a CT urogram (computed tomography urogram) and the results surprised his urologist, as the bladder showed no abnormalities. Patricio felt a great relief with this news.

It should be highlighted the fact that by this date, March 2018, Patricio was already 6 months into his treatment with LifEscozul (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom).

Patricio spoke with his urologist and explained what he was taking to treat his disease, the doctor told him to continue with our treatment and that he would continue under his medical supervisio

As for the operation, since his grade 3 cancer had gone down to grade 1, the urologist explained to him that it was the ideal time to perform the surgery, but Patricio replied: "if it was not ideal when I had an aggressive grade 3, I am not going to operate with a grade 1".

Faced with this answer, the doctor indicated the danger he was running, but respected his decision and offered him the most common intravesical immunotherapy for the treatment of early stage bladder cancer: Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) therapy, thus avoiding the growth of the cancer and a possible recurrence. This treatment would be applied for 6 weeks in a row.

2019 Y 2020

Patricio always maintained constant communication with our Medical Team, he provided us with each of his exams so we could periodically evaluate his health status and make the necessary adjustments in the doses of LifEscozul (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) to optimize his results.

At the beginning of 2019, Dr. Beatriz Garcia, after seeing his tests, confirmed to Patricio that he had been cancer free for 6 months.

By July 2020 he underwent a PET Scan and his results continued to indicate that Patricio was cancer free.

He is currently undergoing BCG therapy with his urologist, is under constant surveillance by our Medical Team, has regular check-ups and has recovered his quality of life.

He is very grateful with the LifEscozul treatment (the most effective formulation made with blue scorpion venom) because he feels it was a very important aspect in achieving his recovery.

Resumen

Through a biopsy that was performed in July 2016, Patricio was diagnosed with an infiltrating urothelial carcinoma of the bladder grade 3. His urologist indicated that he should have surgery, but that was not the best option for Patricio so he started looking for other treatment alternatives.

He heard about treatment with LifEscozul (escozul, blue scorpion venom, escoazul) and after sending us all his medical documentation his case was approved in the Protocol, starting with our treatment in October 2017.

Dr. Beatriz, who is in charge of evaluating his case, was very honest with Patricio from the beginning, stressing to him how aggressive his disease was and that the most advisable was to have surgery, but Patricio wanted to continue with LifEscozul treatment before making any decision.

In November 2017 Patricio found another urologist, who prescribed chemotherapy for 3 months. At the end of this treatment (Patricio had already been taking LifEscozul for 6 months), a CT scan indicated that the bladder showed no abnormalities.

His grade 3 cancer had gone down to grade 1, but Patricio still did not want to have surgery, a decision he does not regret. His urologist prescribed Bacillus Calmette-Guérin therapy for 6 weeks to continue fighting his disease.

At the beginning of 2019 Patricio's tests confirmed that he had been free of cancer cells for 6 months, a diagnosis he has maintained until October 2020.

His case will continue under the surveillance of our Medical Team and Patricio will receive the LifEscozul treatment (the most effective formulation elaborated with blue scorpion venom) at no cost thanks to the excellent results obtained.

We are the LifEscozul Group and the Results Define Us.

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