Twenty-five percent of kidney cancers are diagnosed when they are already advanced. According to the American Cancer Society, only 8% of stage IV kidney cancer patients survive 5 years post diagnosis. In 2010, there were 13,120 deaths in the US from this cancer.
Hatton's doctor ordered blood and urine tests, CT, MRI and ultrasounds, and a biopsy. His oncologist recommended standard treatment for a large tumor on the kidney – surgery to remove the kidney, radiation and oral chemotherapy. Hatton knew that one kidney could take over the work of both kidneys, but if the cancer came back in the other kidney, he was facing dialysis or a kidney transplant. Not happy with these choices and fighting depression and exhaustion, he sought guidance from his minister.
"That talk changed my life," Hatton said. His minister told him about a friend in Arizona who had gone to Mexico for a new treatment called SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy. For over 20 years, hospitals in the US and Europe have used the older version of this therapy, Photo Dynamic Therapy – this version uses a chemotherapy agent as a sensitizer, so it has side effects. SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy is a newer and more aggressive form of this treatment. It is painless, non-invasive and has no side effects.
During SonoPhoto Dynamic Therapy, patients are given a natural chlorophyll substance under the tongue, where it is quickly absorbed by all the cells. Within 24 hours, normal cells wash out the chlorophyll, but for some reason, cancer cells cannot expel it, so it stays in only the cancer cells. Then sound and light frequencies are pulsed through the body. When the frequencies hit chlorophyll, it causes photosynthesis, which is a chemical reaction that explodes free radical oxygen right into the cancer cells and kills them.'/>"/>
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