RECURRENCE OF BRAIN TUMORS MAY BE PREVENTED WITH RUTA AND CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA
Prasanta Banerji and Pratip Banerji; PBH Research Foundation, Kolkata, India
The recurrence of brain tumors after surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy is a common problem, although many conventional and alternative therapies are available. The use of Ruta 6 and Calcarea Phosphorica 3X to treat brain tumors has gained popularity in India, and most of our patients are undergoing this treatment without any other form of conventional treatment. In other countries, however, this treatment is used mainly to prevent tumor recurrence. We analyzed the records of patients (76 from India, 144 from the United States, and 27 from other countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Turkey, Israel, Malaysia, Pakistan, etc.) who underwent our treatment without undergoing any concurrent conventional therapy to prevent tumor recurrence only. The analysis showed that our treatment has a definite role in preventing the recurrence of brain tumors: 66.7% of the cases studied did not have recurrence. Prevention in oligodendroglioma was excellent but was comparatively less so in brainstem gliomas.