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Treatment of cancer with biotronics

Treatment of cancer with biotronics


Successful treatment of Tomáš Pfeiffer, a disciple and follower of Mr. Joseph Zezulka, founder of biotronics.
 
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Daughter
- It was 14 February, 1999. My mother phoned us that she was very sick, but we didn’t have a car available at that time, so she said that she would go to hospital by herself, taking a bus.

Mrs. Heldová
- I started bleeding from my mouth.

Daughter
- She left, went to the pulmonary department and there, when the head physician found out that she was spitting up blood, she was immediately transported to hospital.

Mrs. Heldová
- Once, the head physician Smítková called me and said: “Mrs. Heldová, I don’t have good news for you, you have a malignant tumour. It's malignant. We may, sort of cure it, it will be a drastic treatment, but if you want, we can try it.” I said that I wanted to, because I was afraid, and I started crying.

Grandson
- And that was the beginning of the classic ordeal that is practiced with cancer – they started healing her with chemotherapy and all that stuff.

Mrs. Heldová
- When I was in hospital for the first time, I had chemotherapy twice. Afterwards, they let me go home, I was still all right then, and then I was admitted on 19 April, they invited me again, saying I would have chemotherapy 12 times. When I received the eighth dose, because they took our blood every day, they found out that my white blood cells were destroyed.

Daughter
- She was so unwell that after about a fortnight or three weeks we were told that our mother wouldn’t come back from hospital at all. At that time my son Pepík was there with me and he took me from the hospital because I was crying.

Grandson
- I remember driving my mum to that hospital. My mother went there by herself, of course, being a daughter, and when she came out, she told me, “Grandma won’t last through the weekend, we are supposed to get ready for it.”

Mrs. Heldová
- They just found out that my condition has deteriorated critically and, immediately, all the cleaners had to start wearing masks, my family wasn’t allowed to see me. I was simply in an isolation ward, I don’t know exactly how long. And the nurse said: “Well, we're sorry, it was probably too strong, Mrs. Heldová.” Anyway, they let me go home though I couldn’t even walk.

Daughter
- She couldn’t breathe, she needed a constant support to lean on, was weak, fragile.

Mrs. Heldová
- They didn’t invite me for another check-up, nothing at all. I mean, I didn’t even know that my condition was that bad.

Daughter
- My mum was a great fighter. A great fighter, because when she was discharged, they told us that they were actually allowing her to die at home. The scenario would be that our mum would suddenly fall asleep and would never wake up again, that the disintegration of the blood cells was so bad that nothing else would ever come.

Grandson
- I’m happy today that they admitted it: “We aren’t able to do anything. We aren’t.” Because that meant for us, all of a sudden ... suddenly we began searching for information – what was going on and how it could be solved.

Daughter
- Well, two months before that, sometime in March, Pepík had met Helenka, his first wife, who told us that she was in touch with Mr. Pfeiffer, that he was a healer, mainly interested in cases where it has something to do with cancer. And so when our mum got out of hospital and was in a really very, very bad state, they took her to a lecture by Mr. Pfeiffer.

Grandson
- We immediately carried her away there - I must say it this way - we carried her there.

Mrs. Heldová
- Mr. Pfeiffer got probably startled seeing me, because I looked dead.

Daughter
- Well, they arrange it there straight away and my mum became one of the first patients at Soukenická. Pepík and Helen took her there, I think sometime in early June.

Mrs. Heldová
- My grandson just even carried me to the second floor. And I can tell you I didn’t want to go to Prague then, because I wasn’t well, and I thought that they had certainly tried everything possible in the hospital, and my grandson said, “Grandma, you have to go to Prague, even if it gives you just one more year of life, you have to see Mr. Pfeiffer.” Well, I've been here thirteen years since then; it’s been thirteen years.

Daughter
- It was a huge, radical change that happened to my mum. She became so much more alive, easy-going..

Mrs. Heldová
- It has such a strong effect on me, I literally feel like I’m spinning, I have to hold onto the handrail. He has such a power in himself, you know, that he passes on to you. When I was here for the first five days, Mr. Pfeiffer got me out of it. That was in June. They used to come to my place to take blood samples, and when my daughter called them asking about the results after a week of my healing therapy, the doctor said: “Mrs. Povová, your mum’s blood cells are all right.”

Daughter
- And she used to go there perhaps every other month, she spent her time there very often and we could really see how much she wanted to live – that she wanted to be here and that she had a strong will.

Mrs. Heldová
- Well, I mainly just relax in here. Here it is just ... the energy Mr. Pfeiffer gives us is only meant for us. After the treatment you are actually not supposed to open the windows, you have to air out the room in advance, you know, and you are supposed to lie down for two hours. And I follow all that dutifully. When I'm here, I want to make use of it. I like the facilities here – there is a nice kitchenette where you can store your things in the fridge, there are some instructions about what the patients should follow so that the treatment was effective, you know. Since 1999 I basically haven’t eaten a slightest piece of sausage, meat, nothing like that, I faithfully stick to this.

Daughter
- Of course, when she was instructed about the diet – to change her dietary habits – she began to follow everything immediately. There was no question of her not doing it. She just wanted to live.

Grandson
- The whole family unified all of a sudden, trying to help, trying to somehow deal with it. There were some conditions – this and that must be followed. Do you have a problem with that? Well, since today I’ll do it with you.

Mrs. Heldová
- My grandson arrived while I was preparing some chops. He took it all away and brought me something else, “Grandma, you mustn’t eat this, you may eat that,” and so I have faithfully stuck to that diet ever since. I haven’t taken any drugs for my disease, but I have been going for my regular check-ups when they invited me, to check my lungs. When I met the head nurse and the head physician two years later, they just stared at me. They said: “Oh, Mrs. Heldová ...” And I said, “Well, doctor, I’m still alive.” Last year I went for a lung check-up and doctor Smítková said that I no longer needed to come because everything was in perfect order. I was lucky to meet Mr. Pfeiffer soon enough. They discharged me on 19 May 1999 and I was at Mr. Pfeiffer’s on 7 June, celebrating my 70th birthday on 10 June 1999 there. So, you see, it's been so many years, and on 10 June I turn 83.