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The Preliminary Approach for the Human Cancer Regression by the Interaction between Human Bilateral Symmetrical Parts—Ou MC Decrescendo Phenomenon

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Ou MC decrescendo phenomenon (OuDP) is induced by interaction between human bilateral features and has shown to alleviate or cure infectious and non-infectious diseases. The resolution of non-infectious conditions with OuDP indicates to be consistent with restoration of normal tissue function (AJEM, 2012; Proc Physiol Soc, 2014). Ou MC handing remedy (HR) was utilized to induce OuDP by applying the hand to the contralateral body. Four female patients received self-administered HR separately for their diseases: 1) uterine endometrioid carcinoma stage IIIB, 2) suspicious pancreatic cancer in stage IA with isodense pancreatic nodule, elevated CA199 and dilated tortuous main pancreatic duct, 3) uterine leiomyosarcoma stage IB, and 4) suspicious gluteal metastatic lesion of chronic myelogenous leukemia. The treatments with HR showed to suppress or ameliorate oncologic changes for these patients: 1) The uterine endometrioid carcinoma regressed from stage IIIB to IA with 5 months treatment. 2) The pancreatic isodense lesion decreased from 1.6 × 1.7 to 1.0 × 1.0 cm in size with CA199 descending from 1090.0 to 136.5 (Unit/ml) associating with the main pancreatic duct diameter decreasing from 0.39 to 0.14 cm with tortuosity disappearance after 4 months treatment. 3) The frequent profuse bleeding by uterine leiomyosarcoma prominently decreased immediately with HR and subsequent HR was also effective at minimizing heavy uterine bleeding in the 3 weeks treatment. 4) The gluteal macular lesion of the case with chronic myelogenous leukemia was eliminated with 2 weeks treatment. It reveals OuDP may normalize the tumor cells and microenvironment function, which makes tumor cells conform to the *Corresponding author. regulations with apoptosis, metastasis suppression, preventing uninhibited proliferation, minimizing angiogenesis and supervision by host immunological systems. These findings warrant further investigation.

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Ou, M. , Ou, D. and Pang, C. (2015) The Preliminary Approach for the Human Cancer Regression by the Interaction between Human Bilateral Symmetrical Parts—Ou MC Decrescendo Phenomenon. Natural Science, 7, 71-80. doi: 10.4236/ns.2015.72008.

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