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 Irish Times Article - Garda to investigate doctor after 17 of 48 patients die   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
The therapy administered to the patients was cytoluminescent therapy (CLT).
The patients, who were mainly from the US but also included a number of Canadians and Britons, were first treated with the illumination therapy at the East Clinic, Killaloe, or at a nearby hotel, and then told to continue to administer the treatment at home for a number of weeks.
A small number believed they had benefited from the therapy, but a larger number complained that their condition had deteriorated and believed the treatment had accelerated the growth of their tumours.
www.ireland.com /newspaper/front/2004/0501/1559013515HM1PORTERNEWS.html   (408 words)

 Cancer - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
The choice of therapy depends upon the location and grade of the tumor and the stage of the disease, as well as the general state of the patient (performance status).
Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy, X-ray therapy, or irradiation) is the use of a certain type of energy (called ionizing radiation) to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors.
Radiation therapy may be used to treat almost every type of solid tumor, including cancers of the brain, breast, cervix, larynx, lung, pancreas, prostate, skin, spine, stomach, uterus, or soft tissue sarcomas.
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 cytoluminescent therapy - Disease Cancer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
It claimed he offered photodynamic therapy (PDT) as a treatment for late-stage cancers regardless of their location in the body when PDT is recommended for certain superficial cancers of the skin and other areas of the body.
In January 1998, the FDA approved porfimer sodium for the treatment of early nonsmall cell lung cancer in patients for whom the usual treatments for lung cancer are not appropriate.
The National Cancer Institute and other institutions are supporting clinical trials (research studies) to evaluate the use of photodynamic therapy for several types of cancer, including cancers of the bladder, brain, larynx, and oral cavity.
www.medicaltalk.org /cytoluminescent_therapy-24424-11-a.html   (4135 words)

 Cancer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Treatment of cancer typically involves surgery to remove tumors and nearby lymph nodes to which the cancer may have spread, combined with radiation therapy and/or chemotherapy.
The latter two target cells in the body that are rapidly dividing.
This mutation is associated with poor prognosis, since those tumor cells are less likely to go into apoptosis (programmed cell death) when damaged by therapy.
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 ncology information,oncology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
There are a few exceptions: in ovarian carcinoma,surgery can improve survival even if not all tumour tissue has been removed; the procedure it referred to as "debulking" (i.e.reducing the overall amount of tumour tissue).
Therate of secondary cancer is improving as chemotherapy treatment schedulesare becoming less toxic, but on the whole the incidence of cancer in previous cancer patients is substantially higher than in thegeneral population.
There is a tremendous amount of research being conducted on all frontiers of ncology, ranging from cancer cell biology to chemotherapy treatment regimens and optimal palliative care and pain relief.
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 Can Light Cure Cancer?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Cytoluminescent Therapy, or CLT, utilizes a chemical called a photosensitizer that is able to absorb energy from light and use this energy to fuel chemical reactions.
CLT exploits a unique property of cancer cells: unlike healthy cells, these abnormal cells are unable to rid themselves of this photosensitizer.
CLT is an advanced form of Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), which has had limited use in cancer treatment since the 1980's.
www.lafayettesbest.com /articles/cancer.htm   (464 words)

 Books: Healing Mind and Body - Chemotherapy Cures Cancer and the World is Flat
In addition to descriptions of more than 100 cancer therapies and substances used in treating cancer, the author also explains which cancer therapies are used allopathically, for which types of cancer, and what is imperative for a patient to know before he subjects himself to such therapies.
However when it comes to purchasing a therapy, very few patients inform themselves in detail about their illness, rather they rely on statements from neighbors and acquaintances, or on the statements of a doctor.
First, those who purchase this book expect to learn something about successful therapies other than chemotherapy and radiation, and second, it is simply a fact that is not easy to write about conventional cancer therapies if you want to describe them independently of pharmaceutical funding and career thinking.
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 Oncology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Again, empirical therapy, along with specialized imaging (such as 18-FDG PET) might prove of some benefit.
The risks of surgery must be weighed up against the benefits.
Some tumors are susceptible to immunotherapy and hormonal therapy.
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 Re: question about CLT (Cytoluminescent Therapy)
>The only reference quoted is to a Lancet article >referring generally to photodynamic therapy, which is actually being used >experimentally for superficial or otherwise accessibble tumours on the skin, >in the bladder or bronchus or eosophagus, where it has been shown to have >effects of as yet uncertain benefits over other measures.
See for example Photodynamic Therapy NCI Cancer Facts Date reviewed: 8/24/1999 http://cis.nci.nih.gov/fact/7_7.htm The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved PDT for treatment of advanced lung cancer in late December, 1998.
Photodynamic therapy for prostate cancer recurrence after radiotherapy: a phase I study.
www.talkaboutsupport.com /group/alt.support.cancer/messages/82420.html   (1705 words)

 Arden O. Pulley D.M.D. The Gentle Dentist Who Cares
A, C and E with the sulfur amino acids cysteine and glutathione are known to reduce free-radical damage caused by radiation therapy.
He wrote a book, CANCER THERAPY, telling about a large number of drugs, supplements, herbs and methods that are not usually used but have evidence to indicate their effectiveness.
Available only at this one outpatient clinic, CLT is an advanced form of photodynamic therapy, which uses light to fight cancer after the patient has been pre-treated with a sensitizer drug made from green plants.
www.aopulleydmd.com /2003.htm   (4028 words)

 The Analyst - Internet Health Report: Treatment: Cytoluminescent Therapy (CLT)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
CLT is an advanced form of photodynamic therapy which uses light to fight cancer.
Patients are pre-treated with a drug called a sensitizer, and are then administered light of a certain wavelength, their cancer cells will die by the millions.
Prospective CLT patients must understand that the treatment is new and experimental and that, by definition, an experimental treatment's potential risks and benefits are less predictable and understood than those of more established therapies.
www.digitalnaturopath.com /treat/T453657.html   (534 words)

 Cancer treatment books :: The Gerson Therapy: The Amazing Nutritional Program for Cancer and Other Illnesses, by ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Other therapies and approaches could be evaluated as to how well they addressed all of the healing concepts detailed in this book.

"The Gerson Therapy" is a welcome and highly recommended addition to the multitude of books that address healing of chronic conditions including cancer by using natural or alternative means.

The Gerson Therapy is brought up to date, (the therapy is over 60 years old), with the latest information including program modifications for people who have had chemotherapy, for people who are in an extremely weakened state, and a modified program for non cancer chronic conditions.
Yes the therapy can be difficult to follow particularly because it is highly restrictive on food, requires time to make fresh vegetable juices several times every day, and requires time to do the detoxification procedures.
www.healthy-bookstore.com /cancer-treatment-books/The-Gerson-Therapy-The-Amazing-Nutritional-Program-for-Cancer-and-Other-Illnesses.shtml   (1112 words)

 Irish Times Article - Doctor linked to controversial cancer clinic withdraws   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
Dr Thomas Cleary, who was acting as the "attending physician" when the €20,000 cytoluminescent therapy or CLT was administered to patients by Dr William Porter at a clinic on the Clare/Tipperary border, made the undertaking in recent days after the Medical Council expressed grave concern about his involvement in the provision of the treatment.
It found that 17 of 48 patients treated by Dr Porter with CLT in Killaloe, Co Clare, in late 2002 and early 2003 were dead within six months of the treatment and many suffered after-effects.
The light therapy, it is claimed, can destroy cancer cells even in patients with advanced cancer.
www.ireland.com /newspaper/front/2004/0529/4136237545HM1PORTER.html   (541 words)

 Re: Has anyone had or know about photodynamic therapy for lung mets?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
A substance is injected into the bloodstream, made up of either chlorella or spirulina, which is soaked up by the cancer cells, and then the light is shined onto the body, or specific body part affected.
Because of the frequency of the light particles, they are able to penetrate the body and are attracted to the chlorella/spirulina cells, which then kills the cancer cells.
Enter cytoluminescent therapy into your search engine and there are many web sites offering a more correct explanation.
www.sarcomaalliance.com /anyboard9/forum/posts/4327.html   (387 words)

 Battling Cancer- With Light!!!
PhotoDynamic therapy, or PDT, offers a unique solution to those suffering from cancer mainly because it does not require hospitalization, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or immunotherapy.
And, an outpatient clinic specializing in photodynamic therapy has recently opened in Ireland, where it is known as Cytoluminescent Therapy (CLT).
A study for the treatment of Age-Related Macular Degeneration with Photodynamic Therapy was performed in 22 centers in Europe and the United States.
www.cancerlynx.com /cancerlight.html   (1277 words)

 Cancer Decisions - Free Newsletter -December 26, 2004
She hopes that someday this system will be the basis for important strides in the treatment of cancer and other diseases.
Photodynamic therapy is a highly promising treatment modality that has so far remained very much at the fringes of cancer treatment, overshadowed by the prevailing preference for chemotherapy.
Patient responses to Cytoluminescent Therapy for cancer: an investigative report of early experiences and adverse effects of an unconventional form of photodynamic therapy.
www.cancerdecisions.com /122604_page.html   (1222 words)

 Patient Responses to Cytoluminescent Therapy (R) for Cancer: An Investigative Report of Early Experiences and Adverse ...
Patient Responses to Cytoluminescent Therapy (R) for Cancer: An Investigative Report of Early Experiences and Adverse Effects of an Unconventional Form of Photodynamic Therapy -- Moss 2 (4): 371 -- Integrative Cancer Therapies
Articles by Moss, R. Patient Responses to Cytoluminescent Therapy ® for Cancer: An Investigative Report of Early Experiences and Adverse Effects of an Unconventional Form of Photodynamic Therapy
therapies available to the public was engaged to contact these
ict.sagepub.com /cgi/content/short/2/4/371   (258 words)

It is subtitled as "instant access to the minds of medicine." So it is. Oriented toward physicians, it has news, therapies and patient education you can use.
A lot of excitement has been generated about this approach which might be the most effective yet.
As soon as they hear about a cancer therapy they publish an article about with information about where to obtain it and find out more information.
www.netriceuticals.com /articles.asp?id=110   (688 words)

 A phase I study of Foscan-mediated photodynamic therapy and surgery in patients with mesothelioma -- Friedberg et al. ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
A phase I study of Foscan-mediated photodynamic therapy and surgery in patients with mesothelioma -- Friedberg et al.
A phase I study of Foscan-mediated photodynamic therapy and surgery in patients with mesothelioma
Polyhematoporphyrin-mediated photodynamic therapy and decortication in palliation of malignant pleural mesothelioma: a clinical pilot study
ats.ctsnetjournals.org /cgi/content/abstract/75/3/952   (439 words)

 PhotoDynamic Therapy for NSCLC
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is much more effective for lung cancer than was previously thought, Thomas Jefferson University researchers said last week.
The type of PDT given at Thomas Jefferson is innovative, but is not identical with the form of light therapy used at East Clinic in Ireland.
East Clinic's unique Cytoluminescent Therapy utilizes different photosensitizing agents and light sources than those approved by the FDA.
www.annieappleseedproject.org /phottherforn.html   (417 words)

 Re: cytoluminescent therapy
Jim, Before posting unproven therapies to alt.support.cancer, please read http://www.cancersupporters.com/asc/charter.html Here's some tips: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is...and/or PT Barnum's...
Now the account is to help her family http://carlafund.dreamhost.com/blog/updates.php http://carlafund.dreamhost.com/ml0114.htm cytoluminescent is mentioned there, which doesn't even make sense for melanoma.
Re: my question on a new "therapy" (subject line changed)
www.talkaboutsupport.com /group/alt.support.cancer/messages/94098.html   (584 words)

The use of specific light waves (frequencies) to create a beneficial biological response in diseased or injured tissue, alone and also through the use of light-absorping compounds which in turn produce the desired effect.
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a cancer treatment modality that recently has been applied as adjuvant therapy for brain tumors.
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a cancer treatment modality that recently has been applied to brain tumors, breast cancer, coronary artery disease, and skin disorders.
www.arrowheadhealthworks.com /Photo-tx.htm   (2761 words)

 Over 200 Alternative Cancer Treatments Plus Other Information
The study found that castor oil pack therapy of a minimal two-hour duration produced an increase in the number of T-11 cells within a 24-hour period following treatment, with a concomitant increase in the number of total lymphocytes.
This T-11 cell increase represents a general boost in the body's specific defense status, since lymphocytes actively defend the health of the body by forming antibodies against pathogens and their toxins.
The core of his therapy was a form of selenium.
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 Archive View: Harmon Julia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
My son is currently under no treatment, because the sarcoma is not affecting his life and his scan's remain normal.
However, I know that his doctor is highly considering this type of treatment, if necessary (an angiogensis therapy, not necessarily thalidomide though).
The doctor believes this would be the best approach as these type of drugs are currently available.
www.alveolarspsarcoma.net /viewArchiveSection.cfm?ID=117   (785 words)

 Cancer Decisions - Free Newsletter -December 13, 2003
Instructions for signing up can be found at the end of this newsletter, or at our Web site, http://www.cancerdecisions.com.
My article on CLT (Cytoluminescent Therapy®) was recently published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.
The article appears in the December 2003 issue of Integrative Cancer Therapies (volume 2, number 4).
www.cancerdecisions.com /121303_page.html   (1081 words)

 Document sans titre
Alternative therapies in the management of headache and facial pain.
Patient responses to Cytoluminescent Therapy for cancer: an investigative
Efficacy of rehabilitative therapy in regional musculoskeletal conditions.
dumenat.smbh.univ-paris13.fr /medl/html/altther2003.htm   (2658 words)

 Holz Health Center - Client Testimonials
Then I took part in a study of photodynamic therapy involving cytoluminescent treatment.
"Both the chemotherapy and the photodynamic therapy did reduce the cancer, but due to they type of cancer, the medical doctors were not convinced that extensive surgery in the area would not be required.
A testing phase was to be done: biopsies, mammograms, PET scans, etc. It was at this time that somehow I had the good fortune to be introduced to Robbie and Dr. Holz and the Holz Health Center.
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