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Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer: Jean Le Guen

Assessment 25 years after completing the Beljanski approach

In 1982, only a couple years from retirement, I began to experience digestive problems — the first signs of what would turn out to be a “long and cruel” disease. Wanting to quickly discover the cause of these problems, I saw a general practitioner. From there, I went from specialist to specialist until the diagnosis was finally confirmed by a biopsy. The conclusion unfortunately was pessimistic: it confirmed the existence of a malignant pancreatic tumor.

The tumor could not be removed and appeared to be both chemotherapy and radiation therapy resistant. When my wife asked the doctor “What can we do?,” his response was simple. “Well, nothing, Ma’am.” She then asked how long I had left, to which he responded “Two months, three months, maybe more, maybe less.”

However, I was lucky enough soon thereafter to meet a doctor who knew Dr. Beljanski and I soon began taking his formulations. The concrete results of the treatment were apparent on two levels: first, the tumor was halted in its initial form, and, second, the initial resistance of the tumor was modified, causing it to finally react to traditional hospital treatments. Over the course of the next year, there were highs and lows, but all of it was with a minimum of suffering because the Beljanski approach offer the extra advantage of helping to prevent pain. Even after completing radiation therapy, I continued with Pao Pereira, Rauwolfia vomitoria, Ginkgo Biloba and ARN fragments for several years in maintenance doses until 1985 when I went off the therapies completely. It has since been 25 years and I have been in good health ever since.