MY clinical experiences are based on my 33 years of practice in England. I have seen the horrible results of cytotoxic therapy (Chemotherapy is not a correct word. Even antibiotics are chemotherapy). Whereas cytos means cells, toxic means poisonous. Drugs which are poisonous to cells are called cytotoxic drugs. The treatment is wrose than the disease. Let me quote, the British Formulary supplied free to all doctors in England. Page 422 of this book highlights the warning ‘‘Most cytotoxic drugs are tetragenic and all may cause life threatening toxicity. Administration should, where possible be confined to those experienced in their use.” Recently Dr. Anderson from Bradfod, Yorkshire, England attended a conference at the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI). She too warned about cytotoxic therapy. Besides most of these drugs are extremely expensive, beyond the reach of common people.
I had some skin problem way back in 1966. I consulted a skin specialist who did an excellent job and after confirming the diagnosis prescribed the drugs for six months. I took them with religious regularity. Two to three weeks after the end of the course the condition recurred. Again I took a six months course and again had the same experience. Then I decided not to repeat the treatment any more. Sheerly by fortunate accident I happened to go to Deolapar where the Gau Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra rears cows and bullocks of Indian breed. The centre prepares medicines called Panch Gavya drugs by using cow urine, cow dung, cow ghee and cow milk in different combinations along with herbs. This branch of Ayurved is the oldest system of medicine in the world. I was given two different pastes to be applied, one in the morning and one in the evening. My skin condition was cured. This aroused my curiosity and I started practising using Gau mutra.
A team led by Dr. Tapan Chakravarti, presently director of NEERI, carried out research on Gau mutra. This team found out that Gau mutra acts on cancer cells and also builds up immunity. Even USA acknowledged it and has given it patent. The cow family has to be purely Indian and this has been scientifically proved and accepted by countries like Brazil and Kenya.
I started treating patients by Gou mutra in 2004. The very first patient I saw was a Colonel. The Colonel had spent his fortune getting treated by cancer specialists (Oncologists) in Nagpur. But to no effect. When he came to me, I went though his medical history and examined him clinically. There was a dispute whether he had a primary cancer of the liver or secondary with primary source unknown. I myself measured his enlarged liver from fixed points on his costal margin (rib cage). I started the treatment. With every visit his liver size decreased, his appetite increased so did his energy. But three months later I got a call that he is having a severe pain on the right side of the chest. I arranged to see him. I came to know that his pain started couple of hours after he played lawn tennis vigourously. His liver was enlarged as compared to the previous visit and was tender. I suspected haemorrhage (bleeding) in cancer spots which was confirmed by CT Scan. Unfortunately he was taken to an Army Hospital some where near Delhi where he died. Had he remained in Nagpur I would have treated him vigourously with Gau mutra. Who knows he might have survived. Never in my wildest dream did I imagine he was feeling so well that he played tennis. But for his carelessness he would have been cured after a year so that was any confidence.
I have come to a conclusion after prolonged experiences in UK that not all the drugs of modern medical science commonly known as “Allopathy” are wonder drugs. In my view, time has come for us to develop an “Integrated system of medicine” where we take the best from each system. Treatment of malignant diseases is one such field. Allopathic treatment is worse than the disease in most cases. Moreover as far as I am concerned quality of life is more important than quantity of life, hence this effort.
Most patients who have consulted me have come when the modern cytotoxic therapy has not helped them at all. Gau mutra therapy would not revive their health but it made their lives tolerable before they died.
Two cases of Ca Oesophagus came first to me. They could not even drink fluids. We gave them treatment in a particular way. After 3 months they could take semi-solid food.
One patient in early seventy could not afford modern treatment. She came to me right at the beginning. In course of time the malignant lump in her breast completely disappeared.
A male patient, well educated actually had a secondary in the brain. Removal of this lump revealed he had Ca. breast on the right side which was then operated. On his own he refused cytotoxic therapy. He has been comming to me for more than 18 months and taking treatment through Gau mutra. So far he is free from secondaries and he is symptom free. His appetite, energy and weight has increased. He can now work fearlessly.
The patient I saw in 2007 was a social worker. Initially he could not even sit and used to open his bowels 13-14 also times daily. Every time he would pass blood. I started the treatment by giving him Gau mutra. After 3 months his bowels opened only 3-4 times a day. Bleeding completely stopped. He gained appetite, weight and energy. But one thing I noticed he was unhappy as he could not do his work. Here I made a mistake. I allowed him to go to Delhi his headquarters and do a limited amount of work, gave him instructions of ‘do’s and don’ts in writing as well as orally. They were followed more in breach and he ended up praying a heavy price. Actually a repeat CT Scan had shown size of tumour gone down. This has been the most disheartening case to me through it was not my fault. Since then I treat patients only if they stick to Nagpur.
Till now I have seen more than 27 patients and cured them with Gau mutra.
I have to treat even some odd cases. A boy of 11 years was brought to me with haematemesis. He had infective hepatitis as a child and his elder brother and died due to similar condition. His diagnosis was confirmed by a leading local hospital. I put him on Gau mutra treatment and followed him closely. To my pleasant surprise his bleeding stopped. He has grown to a normal teenager. He is symptom free. I still see him once in six months.
Another child from Patna was brought to me. He had congenital abnormality in liver. His blood vessels were abnormal and had poor growth. A leading hospital in Delhi gave him no hopes. I was puzzled as to what could I do. I started him on Gau mutra, and soon his clinical condition improved. He started behaving like a normal child of his age. Only recently I told his parents to take him back to Delhi and get the same investigation done to see where we stand and come to me once in three months if they can afford.
There is lot of promise in treating cancer patients with Gau mutra. My humble request to oncologists is why not do a clinical trial. Divide your patients in three groups. In one, give the treatment you are already giving. In the other group add Gau mutra besides your usual treatment, in the third group use just Gau mutra. In one year picture will be clear. One thing I assure you that Gau mutra will not disappointed you. This will save billions for our country. Patients life will not be miserable. The only, thing is that the cow family has to be Indian. This too has been proved. In fact Brazil and Kenya have imported very large number of Indian cow families and reared them. Today they are self sufficient. This is not hearsay.
(The writer is a practicing physician and can be contacted at 7, Samarth Nagar, West Wardha Road, Nagpur-440 015)