Updated 97 days ago
Randy is a 45 Y/O patient who suffers from a Grade III Anaplastic Oligodendroglioma (a malignant brain tumor partially resected surgically in February 2020). Although the "Before and After" images related to the brain tumor results will be posted here soon, we wanted to show you an unexpected event. For years, the patient had had a slow growing mass below her left breast which was diagnosed clinically as a lipoma (a benign tumor formed by fat cells or adipocytes). During treatment with atavistic chemotherapy for his brain tumor, the patient noticed changes in his benign lipoma. He recorded these changes with photographs, starting after the first month of treatment. As you could see, the tumor underwent complete regression by the fifth month in atavistic chemotherapy. Atavistic chemotherapy may be helpful also in benign tumors. The reduction of body hair is due to the treatment.