TurboSonic Metabolism Stimulator
FAR INFRARED SAUNA
Natural Health Foundation
My son Wane, age 19 was diagnosed with
in June of 2008. He was hospitalized in New York with a
and spent 5 horrific weeks going through IV drips of human globulin, massive doses of steroids and many more medications to counteract the side effects of the steroids. He developed thrush, his red blood count started to plummet, he had bone loss, he also started to have severe nose bleeds (probably from the low platelet count, and maybe the drugs used) and developed Cushing syndrome from all of the treatments in the hospital. Wane began to have terrible pain in his legs from the bone loss and was prescribed very strong pain killers. The next thing suggested by the doctors was to remove his spleen.
I began researching ITP and natural cures. I found Dr. Hoang through the grace of God, and contacted him while Wane was still in the hospital. He was having severe nose bleeds and I was scared to death.
Dr Hoang returned my call on a Sunday at the hospital... and after speaking to him I ordered the
and some of the other medicines he suggested. During our hospital stay, I let the doctors know that Wane was taking the natural medicines suggested by Dr Hoang, and that we would be traveling to California to see him. I refused to allow them to continue to treat my son after the 5 weeks in the hospital, but kept him on the steroids and some the other drugs he was prescribed by the hematologists at the hospital. Dr Hoang had also advised me not to discontinue some of the medicines he had been prescribed but to start up with the ITP kit. I had also contacted a consultant at a health food store in our area and she suggested that I immediately start a homopathic medicine for the nosebleeds. They stopped almost immediately, and did not return except for once instance when we had first gotten to California and were exposed to the dry climate of the desert, and again we stopped almost immediately with the homeopathic medicine.
We made the trip cross country in a car, as I was too afraid to fly with the possibility of bleeds. We saw Dr Hoang in September of 2008. Wane's platelet count began to rise from between
from August 2nd, 2008 to October 5th. We stayed in California for 6 months and his platelets gradually rose, as we followed Dr Hoang's advice, and began to gradually ween Wane off of the steroids and the pain pills. His platelet count continued to rise to
by Feburary 2009, to
by the end of March 2009 and is now a whopping
as of June 2009 and continues to hold in the 200,000 range since out last blood draw in August of 2009.
Wane is doing very well. His platelets have been within the normal limits ever since.
You were a life saver for us and I can never express how grateful I am for all of your help. Wane was not an easy patient to deal with on my part, but it was worth every sacrifice to see him healthy again, and it was all because the God I believe in, led me to you and all of your knowledge.
I can't say enough good things about the care and natural cures that Dr Hoang suggested Wane take to cure his ITP condition. I was so fearful for his life when he was hospitalized, but have all the confidence in the world in Dr Hoang and his cures. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Dr Hoang is a very compassionate, caring and knowledgeable doctor and I would encourage anyone to follow his direction regarding autoimmune disorders. I would be happy to tell the world about the good you do for people, and how wonderful your medicine and care made it possible for Wane to continue to be healthy. You have my permission to give out my e-mail address, or my telephone number to anyone that wants to hear our
success story. Thank you for asking us to help others in their time of need.
A Very Blessed Mother
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