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  • Special Article: Case ReportDecember 31, 2022

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    Objective: A case report on the reduction of tinnitus and improvement in feeling of residual urine as a result of nutritional therapy
    Methods: A 46 year old Korean man presented with tinnitus lasting for 10 days, and complained of discomfort with a feeling of resid ual urine for several years.
    Results: Tinnitus disappeared after one week of nutritional therapy, and the feeling of residual urine improved after 40 days.
    Conclusion: Nutritional therapy can be beneficial in the treatment of diseases for which a definiti ve diagnosis and treatment are lacking, such as tinnitus.

  • Special Article: Case ReportDecember 31, 2022

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    Objective: A case report on the improvement of gallbladder polyps through Ortho-Cellular Nutrition Therapy Methods: On ultrasound, gallbladder polyps were detected in a 54-year-old male Korean patient. In addition to the polyps, there were also calcific tendonitis and various inflammatory conditions of the shoulder. Results: Ultrasound revealed the absence of gallbladder polyps 8 months after nutritional therapy. Conclusion: It is believed that nutritional therapy is beneficial for patients with gallbladder polyps who do not require surgical treatment and are under observation.

  • Special Article: Case ReportDecember 31, 2022

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    Objective: A Case Report on Reduction of Inflammation Using Nutritional Therapy Methods: The patient is a Korean male aged 62 years. The wound has developed inflammation and is not healing while the patient complains of pain. Results: After nutritional therapy, inflammation diminished. Conclusion: Nutritional therapy can be beneficial for inflammation, for which even skin transplantation was advised.

  • Special Article: Case ReportDecember 31, 2022

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    Objective: A Case Study of a Patient with Cancer Fatigue Syndrome and Cancer Metastases who Received Ortho-Cellular Nutrition Therapy (OCNT) Methods: The patient is a Korean woman aged 61 years. 13 years ago, she was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer and underwent surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. owever, 13 years later, the disease spread to the lungs and brain. Results: Following nutritional therapy, cancer fatigue syndrome improved. Conclusion: Nutritional therapy can be beneficial for cancer fatigue syndrome, a condition that remains undiagnosed and untreated.

CellMed
Jun 30, 2024 Vol.14 No.8, pp. 1.1~4.4

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