Because of SAC’s beneficial impact at systemic levels, the health improvement experienced may fluctuate for the first 3-month period of the treatment for most patients until these positive results start to dominate during the second 3-month period of therapy.
It is also during the first 3-month period of the treatment when healing reactions are experienced for some patients as our body tries to balance the healing effects of SAC. Healing reactions from SAC tends to subside and disappear for most people during the second 3-months period of SAC therapy.
Therefore, it is advised that SAC treatment should be given at least for a minimum of 3-month of the period to look for any positive results before committing another 3-month of SAC therapy. If any positive results are observed during the first 3-month period, then we recommend another 3-month period of therapy to be given to curb the disease momentum.
During these two 3-month periods, many patients experienced enough positive effects of SAC therapy that encourages them to continue the treatment all the way to full recovery.
EXAMPLE: CASE STUDY OF A CANCER PATIENT
In the case of an 80-year old lady with last stage multiple myeloma, the road to her full recovery had mixed signals.
In the first 3-months of SAC therapy, there was a clear sign that the therapy was working, followed by a dip that seems to indicate that it was not. Because there were some good signs, the second 3-months of treatment were given, which also had ups and downs. However, during the second 3-months period of treatment, there were more positive effects, including her general feeling of wellbeing.
When Molly had committed to the third 3-months of treatment, her lab results and health steadily climbed up to full cancer remission. Her bone density returned to normal (-0.9) from osteoporosis (-3.4), and the kidney function bounced back up to GFR 60 from GFR 10.