AWG is experienced.

Sex: male
Age: 66
Occupation: self-employed
Address: Tokushima Prefecture

Colon cancer and small intestine cancer
Loss of appetite, poor health, and fullness of the lower abdomen. Consulting a doctor for a large amount of dark brown stools with fresh blood.
First Visit: January 5, 1997
Hospital: National T Medical School Hospital
Before and after the AWG treatment
On January 5, 1997, I was admitted to T National Medical School Hospital.
Metastasis of the bowel cancer to the mesentery was found. The tumors were multiple and bean-sized to fist-sized. The bowel was obstructed at several parts. Particularly, the small intestine was blocked by cancers, and its lumen was narrowed to the size of a pencil. The contents accumulated in the lumen and distended the bowel. Metastatic tumors of rice-sized to soybean-sized were found over the entire peritoneum. Several aneurysms with the risk of rupture were found.
Clinical condition was bad including loss of appetite and weakness. All therapy including surgery and anticancer drugs failed. The doctor told me that I would have 10 days left to live. I returned home.

On March 1, 1998, consulting with Dr. K, an internist at the H National Hospital, I decided to try AWG treatment. (Dr. K told seven days would be left, too.)
Dr. K told, "The mass that caused distention and aneurysms are at high risk of rupture. You are in danger of death from this".
Then, I started the following AWG treatment.

Since March 1, 1998
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Having the AWG treatment for one month, I gradually restored appetite and health. Finally I recovered to the point that I could walk again more than 7000 to 10,000 steps a day.
Dr. K at H Hospital was surprised at my extraordinary recovery, and said I was in almost complete recovery. Now, I do my job energetically in Tokushima, having daily treatment with AWG.
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