2010 December

Calcarea arsenicosa in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme

by A.U.Ramakrishnan

My work in cancer cases has been going on for a long time, each case being a challenge and each case proving to be a milestone. Unbelievable results taking us to ecstasy and unrelenting march of the disease sending us to the very depths of depression. I must admit the latter more often than the former. Continuous work in pursuit of facing the challenge, however, has given me the opportunity of refining and redefining our tools.
I wish to narrate a case of Glioblastoma Multiforme. A lady, 36 years old married with two children, came to see me in 2005. The first symptoms were recurrent headaches becoming more and more frequent and intense over a period of two to three months, which finally led her to see a neurologist. The MRI results led to the diagnosis of Glioblastoma Multiforme. The patient declined to have the radiation treatment suggested by her oncologist.
The reason for bringing up this case is that a rather unusual remedy came up, which is not in my “favourite” list of “organ remedies”! For Gliomas and the kind, I normally try to see if remedies like Baryta Carbonica, Plumbum Iodatum, and the like would come up.
This case presented itself constitutionally as a typical Calcarea Carbonica; obese, chilly, laid back, at the same time restless, impatient, impulsive, emotional, sentimental, fond of food, and so on – Calcarea Carbonica actually led me to consider Calcarea Arsenicosa!
One characteristic feature of the Calcarea Arsenicosa is that they get headaches on the side not-lain-on, and this was present in this case. The reason that strengthened the selection was that I have used it in innumerable cases of epileptic seizures and also for seizures due to space occupying lesion. Putting all this together, I ventured to use Calcarea Arsenicosa 200C in “plussing dose” for one week, alternating with Carcinosin 200C in plussing dose, the other week.
I went on with the same potency. Each month the case was reviewed and the symptoms were dramatically getting better. By the end of the third month, she hardly had one or two bouts of very mild headaches. A MRI was performed at that time and the lesions were definitely better: some were completely gone and in the remaining ones there was no increase.
From here, I went on to the next higher potency of Calcarea Arsenicosa: 1M but kept Carcinosin at 200C. After another three months period further reduction of the lesions were observed and I continued the same remedies and potencies for three more months.

By the time we had completed a year of treatment, the MRI showed the lesions were 75% to 80% gone; the patient was in absolute comfort. I pushed up the potencies of Calcarea arsenicosa to 10M and Carcinosin to 1M, to be taken alternate week in plussing dose and this was done for another three months.
At the end of those three months, I stopped the “plussing dose” and went on to Calcarea arsenicosa 10M, split dose (3 pills x 4 times a day) for one day only. A month later, Carcinosin 1M split dose (3 pills x 4 times for a day only), and this was continued alternate months for the next year.
By the time we had completed two and half years of treatment, I stopped active prescribing. Six months earlier, the MRI was repeated and the findings were similar. The patient was very stable and in good health. Five years have now passed.
This case once again illustrate that seemingly unrelated to the pathology, the remedy, when properly matched, can bring about a cure and ever since this case, I have included Calcarea Arsenicosa as one of the “organ remedies” for brain tumors.

Photos from Wikipedia
Histopathological image of cerebral glioblastoma. Hematoxylin & esoin stain.

This case was first published in Hpathy, October 2010.

DVD of Cancer Congress with A.U. Ramakrishnan, Alok Pareek and Rosina Sonnenschmidt



Keywords: glioblastoma multiforme, recurrent headaches, epileptic seizures
Remedies: Calcarea arsenicosa


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Samira Alavi
Posts: 17
Alternative treatment
Reply #14 on : Wed December 03, 2014, 18:04:20
Hi . My father who is 72 has just been diagnosed with Glioblastoma. Just had his biopsy . He is very weak and I feel he will not be able to bear radiotherapy or chemo . Please advice if you can treat him
Shamsher Singh
Posts: 17
Glioblastoma Multifome Treatment
Reply #13 on : Tue October 14, 2014, 20:20:14
Hello Sir,

My uncle his name is Shamsher Singh suffering from Glioblastoma Multiforme 4th Grade Tumor and he got Surgery from P.G.I (Post Graduate Institute) in chandigarh (India). Now they are treating him with Radio and Chemo Therapy. Our doctors told us that your uncle survival is 6 months. They got this observation after biopsy report.

I want to know that can you treat him or help us to enhance his survival. I can send you his whole reports. You can check exact patient status from that reports.

Thanks in advance.
Posts: 17
Reply #12 on : Wed June 18, 2014, 16:20:24
This case can respond to my Homeopathic Protocol. With the specialised method I am seeing good results. Please contact me thru email for more info and take it forward. Sincerely, DR.A.U.RAMAKRISHNAN
Posts: 17
alternte medicine treatment
Reply #11 on : Tue June 10, 2014, 10:34:29
Sir, My brother has been diagnose with GBM Grade 4 in his brain. He was operated at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad Pakistan on December, 18 2013. After that Doctor has suggested her radiation and chemotheraphy with immediate effect. Radiotherapy was done between 21st January 2014 to 3rd March, 2014. After that on 20.4.2014 to 24.4.2014 doctor put him on chemotherapy with oral medicine of Temezolamide 400 mg dose daily for five days. Due high dose after that my brother is suffering feaver due to low platles i.e on 08.5.2014 at that time 15000 AND wbc 700.

Dr hospitalize my brother given treatment to recover the Plates at normal stage. On 28.5.2014 plates are 219000 and WBC are 11000 With the Help of Allah.

After normal blood CP dr start second cycle of chemotherapy with dose 200mg of temezolmide per day (for five days) which is completed on 3.6.2014

please advice me for alternate medicine treatment.
Krishna K Jha
Posts: 17
GBM Grade 4
Reply #10 on : Mon February 24, 2014, 09:07:40
Sir, My sister has been diagonized with GBM Grade 4 in her brain. She was operated at Medanta hospital Gurgaon on Feb 14, 2014. Doctor has suggested her radiation and chemotheraphy with immediate effect. Pl suggest the homeopathy medicines which we can start immediately for her to improve and extend her life. Pl do respond to my msg immediately as I am very much concerned for my sister. I can be reached through my email -- jhakk1@rediffmail.com or cell number -- 09893308807
Posts: 17
help..... a ray of hope.....
Reply #9 on : Mon June 03, 2013, 17:53:38
Respected Dr. Ramakrishnan,
my Dad got diagnosed with GBM in feb
* got operated on 8th feb
*started radiation treatment on 28feb ( 33 sittings) along with chemo temazolamide 100mg daily.
after 15 days started extreme weakness unable to move
*shifted him to hospital on 8th May, where CT was taken and the docs said all is well but the patient deteriorated... today again taken ct which hinted on re occurence of tumor...

doctor can you pls suggest whether there is any treatment for my father.....

urgent reply we are ready to come and take the medicine....

Posts: 17
case of Glioblastoma
Reply #8 on : Tue March 05, 2013, 01:50:32
Certainly I can takeup, to treat
neice of 10 yrs old. She had been diagonised with glioblastoma multifrome (grade 4)

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Posts: 17
query regqrding multifrome treatment
Reply #7 on : Sat March 02, 2013, 01:55:17
I have a neice of 10 yrs old. She had been diagonised with glioblastoma multifrome (grade 4) . Allopathy has not got any remedy. We even went to Dr. P Banarjee for homeopathy but after the two months course the tumor still shows an increase. If we follow the treatment as per ur prescription given above , is there any hope . Please do reply its urgent

Posts: 17
Help required for a GBM grade iv patient
Reply #6 on : Mon August 20, 2012, 20:45:29
My dad 61 yrs old is suffering from gbm grade iv which was diagonesed in may 2012. It was inoperable. He was treated with radiation for a period of 6 weeks along with chemotheraphy. Now after a gap of 21 days. CHemotheraphy is repeated again for 5 days in a month. He is becoming very weak. Please need you help.
Awaiting your reply

Posts: 17
Reply #5 on : Thu August 16, 2012, 01:52:13
Those who wish to contact me can do so thru this email: draurama@gmail.com
Last Edit: August 20, 2012, 21:20:21 by *  
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