From Dr. Brian MacCoy, Idaho, USA:

70 year old male
Traditional Catholic, diagnosed in December 2009 with a “very aggressive form” of prostate cancer after biopsy. Biopsies left him with no ability for erection or ejaculation. Rectal/pelvic pain for the past 4 years, often reaching a level 9 or 10. Frequent urination every 2 to 3 hours with pain and pressure, often throughout  the night. Pain medicines would give mild relief for a short period.
Full testing (B-E-TA, darkfield, EAV, AMSAT, Photon Resonance Testing according to Dr. Schimmel) revealed lead, parasites, fungus, dominant quadrant 3 on BEV.
First treatment consisted of 60 minutes AMS treatment, setting “Basic therapy, alternative”. No noticeable change.
One week later second treatment consisted of IV EDTA chelation (for lead), herbal anti-parasite supplement, AMS cancer setting 60 minutes. Mild reduction of pain, but discomfort still high.
Week three treatment repeated with IV EDTA, HOT (hematologic oxidative therapy) using KOCH’s parabenzoquinone, AMS on setting cystitis for 30 minutes.
On return Week Four: pain had completely gone away for a full two days (after being daily for 4 years). Sanum suppositories were then prescribed and treatment similar to week three was repeated.
Please do not hesitate to call or email if you have further questions or comments.

Dr Brian MacCoy, NMD
A Natural Medicine Institute (since 1976)

About the author

Dr. MacCoy received his degree from the National College of Naturopathic medicine in 1976 after receiving his BA and BS degrees from Portland State University in 1971. Dr. MacCoy also received an “Appointment at Large” from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland as well as completing Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps training. Dr. MacCoy’s professional affiliations include Occidental Institute Research Foundation (Board of Directors since 1990), the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Naturopathic Medical Education Institute, American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, American Naturopathic Medical Association, Southern Medical Association, and previously Portland Teen Challenge (volunteer 1994-1998). Dr. MacCoy has been in private and professional practice since 1976 and in Post Falls, Idaho since 1999 as well as working in Educational Administration. He was the Chief Administrative Officer for two years at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine directing all aspects of clinical and college daily activities.

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