Case Studies

  • VACCINE MAKING- A PRIMER

    In order to start making a vaccine, the search for nemesis organisms ™ begins quite simply, either from cases or animals or test tubes.

    Nemesis Organisms ™ are organisms that specifically infect diseased tissue but are harmless to normal tissue. To picture this, the following bottles have been prepared with four tumor biopsies. Different organisms are added to each bottle and those that best attack and infiltrate the tumor mass make good candidates for vaccine investigation.

    One would literally need to set up thousands of bottles to properly evaluate different infections and different strains and further modify them so that they have high affinity for cancer and not for normal tissue. These can be used to make vaccines which can mark cancer cells with their protiens and make them look like infections so that the body can destroy them.

    Picture thousands of these for any one cancer type, then the animal studies needed and you can easily see how millions were spent in making the first vaccines that were destroyed by Cedars and UCLA. It would again cost around 60 million per cancer type to end up with a ten dollar cure in a short period of time.

    Illustration of Raising Prime Cultures Against Cancer

    Illustration of Raising Prime Cultures Against Cancer

    The first bottle on the left demonstrates microbial growth towards the Cancer which in the second photograph can be seen to encapsulate the tumor and in the third photograph, a mushroom-like structure can be seen which has completely devoured the tumor mass.

    2nd Photograph

    2nd Photograph

    3rd Photograph

    3rd Photograph

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    An organism from which vaccines and therapies can be made to attach the cancer cells and make them look like microbes in the immune system and can also directly lead to Cancer cell death.

  • Cancer of the Breast

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL(AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #9

    Slide #9

    Adeno Carcinoma (Cancer of the Breast). This can be seen as an egg-like structure attached both to the skin and the muscle wall. Patient is 35 years old and attachments to the muscular wall make surgery at best difficult to contemplate. Patient failed hormone therapy and chemo therapy.

    Slide #10

    Slide #10

    Clearly shows that the oval Cancer structure has shrunk and receded away from the muscle wall. This mass is now easier to resect and remove. Response was after four weeks of Dr. Chachoua’s therapy.

  • Small Cell Carcinoma

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #12

    Slide #12

    Slide 12 shows two liver masses from a primary Hepatoma in the superior image. The image below it clearly shows the disappearance of one of the metastases (black hole) with shrinkage of the other after four weeks of therapy.

    Slide #13

    Slide #13

    Slide 13 represents the shrinkage of small cell carcinoma as shown in a CAT scan from a 60 year old lady after six weeks of therapy. Patient’s Cancer had failed to respond to radiation or chemotherapy one year earlier.

  • Brain Metastases

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #14

    Slide #14

    Slide 14 (re EXH 36) represents brain metastases in the same 60 year old patient (refer to EXH 36), shrinking after six weeks of Dr. Chachoua’s therapy.

  • Cancer of the Breast

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #15

    Slide #15

    Slide 15 (re EXH 37) on the left shows a mammogram close-up of an Adeno Carcinoma (Cancer of the Breast) shrinking to a quarter of its size after four weeks of treatment in a 32 year old woman.

  • Cancer of the Breast

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #16

    Slide #16

    Slide #17

    Slide #17

    Slides 16 and 17 (re. EXH 38) show a protruding Cancer mass with a dominant V-shaped crater at the center of the picture. This Cancer shrinks dramatically after only two weeks of therapy with healing of the ulcer/crater. Cancer is an Adeno Carcinoma of the breast in a 62 year old female.

    All previous x-rays were taken at prestigious hospitals such as Scripps or Sharps Institutes. Patients’ names withheld for confidentiality.

  • Leukemia

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #36

    Slide #36

    Slide #37

    Slide #37

    Slide 36 (EXH 39) – Depicts a large Leukemia cell surrounded by smaller red blood cell. When the appropriate antiserum is added, one can see that in slide 37, there is external as well as internal structural disintegration of the Leukemia cell as well as central structural disintegration of the Leukemia cells but the surrounding red blood cells remain intact.

  • Liver Cancer

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #44

    Slide #44

    Slide #45

    Slide #45

    Slide 44 (re. EXH 42) is of a primary liver Cancer which had perforated the hemi-diaphragm and encapsulated the right lung in a 22 year old male. Most of the right lung can be seen to be covered with the Cancerous white mass (again the right lung is on the reader’s left hand side). Slide 45 shows the same patient’s image with clearance of the lung field 6 weeks after therapy. Patient films were taken at the Royal Alfred Hospital in Australia and can be easily verified.

  • Breast Metastases in the Right Lobe of the Liver

    ALL X-RAYS, SCANS, MRIs, ETC WERE TAKEN AT EITHER KAROLINSKA (SWEDEN), SCRIPPS (SAN DIEGO), ROYAL MELBOURNE HOSPITAL (AUSTRALIA)

    Slide #46

    Slide #46

    Slide #47

    Slide #47

    Slide 46 (re. EXH 43) represents a breast metastases in the right lobe of the Liver seen as a black hole. At the center of the picture, a benign cyst can be seen circled. The subsequent picture, slide 47 shows the tumor to have disappeared although the cyst can still be seen after a two week period of treatment. The metastases from a primary breast Cancer resolved completely with regeneration of new Liver tissue in its place and around the Liver. The cyst identifies the patient as does the architecture of the Liver on slide 47 where the outline can be seen to be identical but the overall size of the Liver is increased evidencing massive tissue regeneration. The CT scans were taken at Scripps hospital.

  • Sarcoma Metastases in the Brain

    Slide #87

    Slide #87

    Slide 87 (re. EXH 44) – Patient Mats W. was briefly mentioned in court with massive objections from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to not allow his case history into the records. Slide 87 shows consecutive films as dated demonstrating dramatic shrinkage of the Sarcoma metastases in his brain as taken at the Karolinska hospital in Sweden. These films can easily be verified at their source which is perhaps the most prestigious hospital in the world. Mats made dramatic improvement symptomatically with the disappearance of his headaches and epileptic fits as well as demonstrated by his x-rays. His therapy was discontinued when Cedars-Sinai and UCLA advised Karolinska of their negative views regarding Dr. Chachoua and the young boy died the following year.

  • Cancer of the Breast

    Slide #52

    Slide #52

    Slide #53

    Slide #53

    Slides 52 and 53 (re EXH 51) are of a 70 year old female with Adeno Carcinoma of the breast with a Cancer that can be clearly seen as a dense white shadow on the slide 52 mammogram which can no longer be seen on the Slide 53 mammogram, both clinically and on X-ray, the Cancer disappeared in 10 days.

  • Prostate Cancer with Bony Metastases

    Slide #54

    Slide #54

    Slide #55

    Slide #55

    Prostate Cancer with bony metastases. 56 year old business man with Prostate Cancer. Slides 54 and 55 (re. EXH 52) represents the Cancer spread to the bone. Metastases can be seen as dark circular regions in the ribs. Slide 55 shows resolution of the metastases after only six weeks of treatment. Patient had failed both radiation and chemo therapy and had taken hormones without any response.

  • Lung Cancer

    Slide #56

    Slide #56

    Slide #57

    Slide #57

    Slide 56 (re. EXH 53) is of Cynthia Marcus and represents a CAT scan showing Cancer and Cancer fluid in the left lung filling up most of that lung. Slide 57 (re. EXH 54) taken only five weeks later shows a normal left lung with Cancer and Cancer fluid resolved.

  • Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

    Slide #65

    Slide #65

    Slide #66

    Slide #66

    Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma -- Slide 65 (re. EXH 55) is a similar image of slide 66 (re. EXH 56). Slide 65 shows Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in a 30 year old female. The mediastinal mass of over 16 cm in diameter represents Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Within one week of therapy, the mass has almost completely resolved.

  • Lymphocyte from an Aids Patient

    Slide #93

    Slide #93

    Slide 93 (re. EXH 58) shows multiple small dark viral particles within this Lymphocyte from an Aids patient. The cell is fragmenting and exhibits multiple tendrils. The five patients were treated with viral tagging and displacement agents designed to remove HIV from its genetic attachment. The cells were then treated with anti-sera based on autoimmune diseased models to bring about genetic and cellular correction.

  • Lymphocytes

    Slide #96

    Slide #96

    Slide #97

    Slide #97

    Slide #100

    Slide #100

    Slides 96 and 100 (re. EXH 59) show the appearance of intra-nuclear dense bodies (CAEV and FPLV based vaccines). These caused displacement of HIV from the cellular DNA and HIV can be seen to be eliminated from the cells. Empty bubbles or vacuoles are seen where formally the dense viral particles existed. This viral elimination and destruction occurs within days of vaccination leaving healthy Lymphocytes as shown in Slide 97 (re. EXH 60) by the end of 6 weeks.


The slides and exhibit references all refer to evidence presented to the judge during Dr. Chachoua vs. Cedars Sinai. This is why they may seem non sequential.