Squamous cell lung cancer
Female in the 80s
Chief Complaint: No significant symptoms
Past Medical History: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and overactive bladder
Current medical history:
She had been receiving treatment for the CDPD and overactive bladder. CT images of the chest which were taken during a COPD follow-up examination dated May 2011 indicated a 1cm tumor in the left chest. Further, SCC, which is a tumor marker, showed a high level of 20ng/ml, obtaining a diagnosis of lung squamous cell cancer. She did not wish invasive tests and treatments due to the old age. Therefore, after providing sufficient information on fucoidan, she began fucoidan mono-therapy.
After taking 2.0g of fucoidan mix per day, her SCC levels decreased to 0.7 from 20.0. X-ray images and CT images indicated the disappearance of the tumor.
※Data taken over the period of treatment
《X-ray images of the chest》
《CT images of the chest》
|May 2011||October 2011|