Castleman’s Disease

Castleman's Disease

Castleman’s disease is an uncommon lymphoproliferative disorder that can involve single lymph node stations or can be systemic.  It is a very rare disorder characterized by non-cancerous tumors that often develop in the lymph node tissue at a single site or throughout the body. It involves hyperproliferation of certain B cells that often produce cytokines. While not officially considered a cancer, the overgrowth of lymphocytes with this disease is similar to lymphoma.

Use the following frequencies to treat Castleman’s disease

Castleman’s disease: 0.04, 0.50, 0.70, 0.97, 5.75, 7.50, 37.50, 96.50, 225.91, 425.37

Overnight treatments are imperative, and only Rife Ultimate model, because this treatment requires a focus on tumor eradication.



Posted on December 15, 2011, in Castleman's Disease. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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