4 Jan : While many Indians are ready to spend any amount of money and even risk their life to go west the flow of patients is now happening from west to east. Indian invention Cytotron that can regenerate cartilage for osteoarthritis patients and arrest tumor cell growth in cancer patients has attracted world attention and patients from Italy, Hungry, Turkey and Pakistan are in Sibia Medical Centre to avail the benefit of this great Indian invention.
Giovanni, a musician from Italy is here for treatment of kidney cancer while Dr. Inovay, a gynecologist from Hungry is here for Melanoma treatment and Rubina from Pakistan for Brain Cancer treatment. Erdil Huseiyn from Turkey and Irshad Ali from Pakistan have come for treatment of knee arthritis. Sumitar Singh form Birmingham (UK) and Malhi from Canada are undergoing treatment for heart ailments.
The cancer patients informed that in their country they had already had surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy done and were here for Cytotron treatment. Cytotron holds promise for cancer patients and the preliminary clinical trials conducted at IAM on some 40 odd terminally ill cancer patients who had finished all surgical and oncological means have been quite encouraging. It is reported that 60 percent lived beyond their predicted life span, 90 per cent have got at least symptomatic relief and 30 per cent of those alive were able to go back to normal life. The Rotational Quantum Magnetic Resonance beam produced by 288 guns of the Cytotron interfere with and alter the mechanisms of cell division and proliferation process, causing the malignant cells to self-destruct. The treatment is not only completely non-invasive but does not have any effect on surrounding healthy tissues and does not lead to conditions like serious hair loss or other side effects like nausea, vomiting and bone marrow suppression.
Dr. Laura Andretta, a radiologist from Italy is here to study the techniques of noninvasive and nonsurgical treatments practiced in the centre. Dr.Sibia informed that she and Dr. Inovay are especially interested in Cytotron therapy for Cancer treatment. Jeszenszky Istvan from Hungary is keenly interested in yoga and music therapy and has learnt Hindi to get a grasp of the Indian culture. All the patients were praise for the hospitality especially on the arrangement for them to visit the Golden Temple and Wagah border in Amritsar.
The Tourism Minister, Hira Singh Gabria appreciated the services of Dr.Sibia and Dr.Harpreet Kaur Sibia who are regularly getting patients from abroad and have treated patients from over 30 countries with Cytotron for Cancer and arthritis and with Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT), Chelation Therapy and External Counter Pulsation (ECP) to avoid bypass surgery in angina chest pain patients and to treat those who are unfit for bypass or where bypass surgery has failed. ACT and ECP create natural bypass and enhance blood flow without anaesthesia, surgery, wires or stents. The minister interacted with the foreign patients and all the patients were emotionally moved by his human touch and compassion. He wished them good health and happy memorable visit to India especially Punjab and assured them of safety and comfort. Mr. Ranjodh Singh of G.S.Radiator applauded the Minister’s effort and Sibia Medical Centre in promoting Medical Tourism and wished the Government will soon listen to the request for a clean Ludhiana with an airport and better infrastructure of international standard so that city can compete with the global market and lead the world along with it’s unique heritage of hard work and risk taking capacity. Many patients and their relations present on the occasion appreciated the kind effort of the Minister of Tourism along with the good will gesture.
If the Cytotron technique turns out to be as good as its initial promise, Ludhiana could find itself in the forefront of cancer management and Ludhiana will soon find itself in the international map for Medical Tourism.