How Electric Field Therapy Saved a Life

Many years ago someone very close to me was diagnosed with a type of blood disorder call Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML), which is a type of cancer of the white blood cells. It is a form of leukemia characterized by the increased and unregulated growth of predominantly myeloid cells in the bone marrow and the accumulation of these cells in the blood.This article tells the story of her life, and in hope that by sharing her story, it can help saved others who experience the same predicament as her bipap machine.

She is just a normal person with a normal life and a simple lifestyle like yours and mine. Her only woe was her immune system was constantly low and as a result she falls sick easily. She also had a tonsillectomy when she was 24 years old. After the tonsillectomy her level immunity dropped even further. She could not go near within a foot of anyone that is sick, even a simple flu or cough. If she does, she will immediately catch it and she will fall sick for at least a week. She was constantly on medications and constantly consuming supplement like Vitamins B, C and E daily. One of her unhealthy habits was she was a person who doesn’t like to consume much water. Her water intake daily is less than a liter a day.She was also not a very active person. Although she wasn’t an active person, she was not overweight either. She worked as a primary school teacher, teaching English to students from the rural areas where English is not the mother tongue. Her work was often very stressful.

She was first diagnosed with CML when she was 55 years old, right out from retirement. It all started with a high fever. Her fever was about 38.5 degree and it could not subside. She was admitted to the hospital as the doctor’s fear that she has contracted dengue. When the blood test result came out the doctor was surprised. Her white blood counts were off the roof! What followed was series of blood test and a bone marrow test. The result came out positive for CML. According to the doctors, she was a lucky woman. At the time she was diagnosed, her CML was still at a very early stage. They told her that she could live up to at least 5 years with the help of oral chemotherapy.

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