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Volume 3 Breast Cancer
-Disappeared without having 'Orthodox Hospital Treatments'-

The case of a school nurse whose breast cancer had disappeared after treatments of Goshinjo therapy instead of orthodox hospital treatments as recommended by doctors. She is a qualified nurse with working experience at hospitals. She kept fighting the cancer by collecting information on various therapies and through careful consideration of the orthodox treatments and which ones are best for her.

After having a complete hysterectomy due to cancer, two years later, 'a lump of a little less than 2cm was identified in her left breast'.
Mrs. Tomoko Nishiyama (fictitious name, age 51) in Tokyo had been very busy as a mother of three, a wife, and a school nurse at a private high school. The responsibilities of her job as a school nurse expanded every year and included mental health issues such as hyperpnea and eating disorders and often had to take work home to keep up. Her stress levels were extremely high.
In 2008, she was diagnosed with intraepithelial carcinoma of the uterine cervix and had a cervical conization in August of the same year. The test found a stump which tested positive and had undergone a second operation for a complete hysterectomy in September of that year.
Tomoko recalls, 'After the operation, I had regrets about losing my uterus. Since I was so busy with my job at school, I just followed doctors' orders. I was extremely unwell physically due to the two operations over a two-month period, however, I went back to work as I had so much work to do.'

Tomoko used to have a thorough medical examination every year. Since 2008, the year she suffered from the uterine cancer, a shadow appeared in her left breast and had been monitored by the doctors. In the winter of 2009, she felt a small lump in her left breast. In April 2010 she found the size of the small lump had increased to a little less than 2cm.
In May 2010, after many tests including an echogram, mammography, needle biopsy and a MRI, she was diagnosed with 'a ductal carcinoma in situ of the left breast'.
The doctor recommended radio wave therapy which burns the cancer with heat generated by an electric current using thin needle-like electrodes. Despite the merit of not removing her breast as the doctor emphasized, Tomoko thought to herself, 'I will not leave my body to the doctors. I will decided which therapy I choose after consulting another doctor for a second opinion.'
The doctor's overbearing manner made her think, 'I have to prioritize my body, not at any of the doctor's suggestions.'

Determined to fight the cancer without accepting any of the therapies suggested by the hospitals.
Tomoko resigned from her job in May, 2010 after the diagnosis of her breast cancer so she could devote herself to fighting the cancer.
The diagnosis at a different hospital she visited for a second opinion was also breast cancer. However, the treatment she was offered was completely different from the first one.
The doctor explained, 'The range of the shadow in your breast is wide. The radio wave therapy is not suitable for your case because it only burns the cancer partially.' The doctor recommended a radical mastectomy. 'I assume this is non-infiltrating galactophore cancer. However, I cannot tell whether it's infiltrative or non-infiltrative until we operate. That is why I recommend a radical mastectomy.'
Tomoko did not hurry to decide which therapy she would take. From her working experience as a nurse at a hospital she took time to think about the risks of the side effects of the 'orthodox treatments' for cancer such as operations, anticancer drugs and radiotherapy.
'As a nurse, I had seen quite a few of patients who had lost their battle not because of the cancer but the side effects or harmful effects of these treatments. I wanted to research a lot of information and pick the best available therapy. The radio wave therapy I was first recommended was not covered by insurance and included uncertainty about its effectiveness to kill the cancer. I was also worried about inflammation of the area burnt by the radio waves.
Radical mastectomy from the second opinion was to be followed by anticancer drugs. I could not pick the radical mastectomy due to my regret of having had the complete hysterectomy. I told the doctor that I would like to avoid the operation after hearing the doctor say, "Although I recommend a radical mastectomy, the decision is yours because it is your body."'

When Tomoko decided not to have operation, it was recommended she take hormone drugs due to her hormone sensitivity. Hormone therapy controls the secretion and functioning of estrogen which is the female hormone that exacerbates breast cancer by LH-RH agonist or antiestrogen drug. The side effects of this therapy can cause menopausal symptoms. She took some time to think and refused the therapy as she was close to menopausal age.
'The doctors must have thought that I was a difficult patient. However, I wanted to pick a treatment that I was comfortable with and I ended up not having any therapy at any of the hospitals.

Oriental medicinal therapies were not effective for her.
Tomoko collected various information and changed the hospital in July 2010. The new hospital applied Shiraku therapy (meridian therapy) which inputs Qi (life energy) by inserting needles to finger tips and pressure points, moxibustion and dietary therapy. Tomoko did not follow the doctor's requests again.
'The dietary instructions were helpful, but when I said I did not like the moxibustion because it was stressful, the doctor became upset. I also found that the meridian therapy, which cost me ¥25,000 for a 15-minute session, was not as effective as I expected and could not feel the Qi as real. Upon answering the questionnaire that I would prefer the cheaper option, the doctor recommended me to go elsewhere.'
Around that time, Tomoko's friend introduced her to the book 'Miracle Therapy' (written by Masayoshi Toyoda, published by Gento-sha) and she became exposed to Goshinjo therapy.
'I read the book and became interested in the theory of that therapy. Although I did not expect the therapy of stroking the body with gold probes would work for cancer, I wanted to try the therapy just for my chronic lower back pain.'
Goshinjo therapy which Tomoko started just for her lower back pain turned out to be effective towards her cancer. Her improvement surprised her doctor and this became her regular therapy.

Feeling the flow of Qi (life energy) after a complete body treatment and its effectiveness.
Tomoko visited Kihodo on September 24, 2010. She recalls her impressions as follows.
'First I felt a tickle all over my body. When it was applied to the cancer area of my breast, I felt a tingling pain around it. I explained that to Master Kida and he said that the tickle and tingling feelings were all because of accumulated Jaki (Evil life energy). In the middle of an entire body treatment the ticklish feeling had gone and I started to feel good. It must have been because of the reduced Jaki in my body as Master Kida explained.
After the treatment my entire body felt so good. My chronic lower back pain had gone and I felt like my chronic stress had also disappeared. Since I felt so good it was as if I was a different person so I made another appointment immediately.
It took one hour to treat my entire body and it cost me ¥10,000 which was less than half of the cost of the previous therapy. Additionally, I could feel Jaki and Qi as real, and the effectiveness of the therapy whilst I was being treated. I found that Goshinjo therapy was promising for my cancer.'
She visited Kihodo once a week for the first month and stopped the meridian therapy.
After she purchased Goshinjo implements on October 14, 2010, she decreased the number of visits to Kihodo to twice a month. She applied Goshinjo therapy to herself at home every day. She was amazed how healthy she felt mentally and physically. She also felt motivated.
In December, 2010, she started working as a carer for the elderly once a week. She became healthier than she used to be prior to the cancer in a short period of time she said.

The size of the cancer reduced every time she had it checked, and after two years it had completely disappeared.
Tomoko was grateful to Goshinjo therapy just for being able to feel good, however, its effectiveness was proven by her visits to the hospital twice a year. Every time the test results revealed that her cancer was getting smaller.
In February, 2011, six months after visiting Kihodo, the MRI and echo tests showed that the cancer was not progressive.
In September, after another six months, not only was the cancer not progressive but the doctor told her it was shrinking.
Since the last meridian therapy in October, 2010, Tomoko has only had Goshinjo therapy.
After Tomoko heard that her cancer was getting smaller, she decreased her visits to Kihodo to once a month. Six months later, she was told that her cancer had further reduced in size.
A test in October, 2012, she was told, 'The shadow in a large area of her breast found 2 years ago could not be found and there is no lump either.' Her cancer had completely disappeared.
'The doctor asked me whether I'd had any therapy and I told him about having a therapy of Qi. He told me, "It's good that it worked for you." I could feel that the lump I used to touch had gone. It's completely gone, proven by not only feel but also other tests.
I am so happy that I did not have a radical mastectomy and the expensive radio wave therapy. I would not be as healthy as I am now without Goshinjo therapy.'

The side effects of strong therapy and drugs are risky.
Whilst the majority of cancer patients simply accept 'orthodox hospital treatments' such as operations, anticancer drugs and radiotherapy as recommended by doctors, Tomoko was so courageous to refuse 'the orthodox hospital treatments' for her breast cancer.
Tomoko said, 'I have been questioning the therapies which hospitals offer since I was working for a hospital as a nurse.'
Tomoko has been involved in the field of medicine and preservation of health with the experience of working as a nurse at a hospital, a company clinic and a school.
'Just one session of a strong anticancer drug can damage the healthy cells and can cause kidney failure and/or impairment of the liver function. They are harmful to the blood vessels and can cause brain disorders. Reduction of immunity due to drugs can also cause pneumonia. Usually, cancer patients are treated with anticancer drugs after an operation as 'orthodox treatments', but in fact there have been cases which didn't require any anticancer drugs.
In most cases cancer patients lose their battle in a short period of time due to the side effects of the therapies and/or medication. That is why the side effects should be taken into consideration when deciding on a treatment.'
Tomoko, as a school nurse, was so careful when prescribing medication to students because she knew how harmful the side effects could be. There are many students and nurses who simply rely on medication, but Tomoko emphasized their side effects and offered her advice when required.

Wanting Goshinjo therapy to be considered within the field of medicine and in health preservation.
'For years I have thought that "orthodox treatments" are not the best, and the harmful side effects of medication are terrible. However, if there are no other effective treatments if I suffered from cancer, "the orthodox treatments" would be the only choice. That is why I accepted what was offered by the hospital when I suffered from the uterine cancer without thinking as I was so busy. In retrospect, if I had known about Goshinjo therapy at the time, I believe that it would not have been necessary to have my womb removed entirely,' Tomoko said.
My chronic dry eye completely cleared up by self-administering Goshinjo therapy, and it also made me sleep better. I feel a lot better by avoiding electrical equipment such as PC's in my daily life. These changes have convinced me of the theory of Goshinjo therapy which gives you a warning of what electromagnetic waves may do to your health.
Tomoko asserted, 'Goshinjo therapy is significant not only as an effective therapy for cancer and other incurable diseases but also as a therapy to not rely on hospitals and as a preventative therapy.'
Once, Tomoko told her experiences to her nurse friend who was taking anticancer drugs for her breast cancer and recommended Goshinjo therapy to her, because Tomoko believes that the more people know about Goshinjo therapy the more people would be saved. However, the friend refused her advice saying, 'I don't believe that gold probes can cure illnesses. The orthodox treatment is the best.' Tomoko experienced the same reaction from other friends. 'Many people believe that the western medicine is the most advanced and the most effective. It is like being brainwashed. We should get out of such a mind-set and think about our body and the treatment for illnesses calmly,' Tomoko emphasized.

Tomoko increased her day care work for the elderly to twice a week while raising 3 teenagers.
She is worried that many elderly people take too much medication.
'I am worried about the side effects of the medication. I wish that the system would be changed so that Goshinjo therapy is applied in day care centers for the elderly and at schools for children. It is better to treat your body in a natural way.'
She told me that Goshinjo therapy is 'the support of her mind'. She has faith in Goshinjo therapy through her personal experiences of curing cancer and the improvement of her mental and physical issues from the amazing effectiveness of Goshinjo therapy. 'I'm not afraid of illness because I have got Goshinjo.'
'I believe that if the theory of Goshinjo therapy is accepted and it is applied in the field of medicine and health preservation, the more people would be saved. I would like to continue a grass roots movement for that. I hope that Master Kida will keep leading the movement until such a medical revolution is realized.'
If that happens, the huge medical cost of the nation would be reduced.

May 15, 2013
Masako Kubota
English translation R & A Grosso