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20 years of the successful treatment of cancer by biotronic healing

Marie Vernerová: 

Well, I was so sick that when they were discharging me in April 1991 after my surgery in Nymburk hospital, the doctor knew in what condition she was letting me go, and what path I would crawl, because I couldn’t walk. And she knew that it was a terminal path that I would be crawling; only 2–3 months max and that would be it.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

I can remember Mrs. Marie Vernerová very well. In May it will have been 20 years since she was admitted to the medical ward of Nymburk hospital due to heavy anaemia. She was very slim, extremely thin due to her stomach ache. We found a tumour in her stomach and heavy anaemia, so we sent her to the surgical ward for an operation.  There was histological evidence of adenocarcinoma, so it was a case of a malignant tumour in her stomach.

 

Marie Vernerová:

I didn’t know anything about that. They kept telling me that I had stomach ulcers, I was not supposed to know the truth. But it was niggling at the back of my mind, “Why, I can’t walk, I’m so thin, I can’t eat.” When I was going to that hospital, I drank a cup of tea and I got such a terrible pain in my stomach I can’t tell you. And when I vomited it, sorry I have to say this, when I got rid of it inside me, it stopped hurting. And it was caused by that tumour which had closed the passage of my stomach, not allowing food to leave, which caused my pain.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

During that surgery the surgeons called me into the theatre to have a look at her. There was a huge tumour inside the stomach expanding to duodenum, as if enclosing small intestine. The tumour was fused to the posterior abdominal wall, it was inoperable. 

 

Marie Vernerová:

During that surgery they put in a by-pass so that I could drink and sometimes eat a small bite or two.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

It is called a palliative performance, so that the patient does not starve to death. Due to the size of the tumour, food could not flow out of her stomach, so the tumour was bridged. That means the stomach was resected, the small intestine was resected, the tumour was left there, and the stomach was joined wall to wall with the small intestine. We supplemented her blood and sent her home. She was able to eat, if only in small quantities; she was suffering from strong paresthesia, which is a tingling sensation in the lower limbs. 

 

Marie Vernerová:

I was not allowed to take a walk, and I was not able to walk anyway; only from time to time my GP stopped by to ask how I was and what was going on. And I told him, “Well, doctor, you didn’t even send me to a spa – nothing,” and he replied, “What would you do there when you can’t walk?”

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

We were giving Marie transfusions, then she also got her pills to supplement her level of iron and that was about it. The oncologists and I made the decision that she shouldn’t have either radiation therapy, or cytostatics, due to her bad overall condition and the extent of the tumour, plus it was 20 years ago when there weren’t the same options as modern medicine has nowadays; at the time, cytostatics was taking off, so to speak, so we decided to let her be, like that, because at that time cytostatic treatment would definitely have hurt her rather than help her.

 

Marie Vernerová:

The head physician allegedly said they would be torturing me in vain, that it had no sense.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

Well, theoretically, it could probably be said like that because Marie was in a very bad condition and if she had been given chemotherapy at that phase, I don’t think it would have turned out well. I don’t think it would have turned out well because she  lacked protein; her whole organism was, in a way, destabilized. So we told ourselves, “Well, let’s wait and see whether she will survive this phase, and if she recovers then maybe something can be done in the future.” In the meantime, she started seeing Mr. Pfeiffer and so we agreed we would try to treat her without chemotherapy, and it worked.

 

Marie Vernerová:

I can say I was extremely lucky that I met Mr. Pfeiffer on my way, who stopped me and started treating me. Well, at the beginning, in 1991, Luděk, my son-in-law, used to drive me there three times a week. Of course, Luděk would carry me in his arms upstairs to the second floor where he would hand me over to Mr. Pfeiffer because I could not walk. I didn’t know what was going on, why I was going there, and I just sort of didn’t bother because I was in such horrible health condition, which was a justified excuse. And, at that time, I didn’t care what they did with me. I came back from the hospital completely knocked down, if I can say it like that, absolutely beaten because in hospital they were just injecting food into my veins, and when there was no more place to inject it, they would give me artificial veins. All that made me not think about where I was going, what I was doing, what they were doing to me. I was completely apathetic. 

Mr. Pfeiffer, when you get to his office where he heals, firstly, that is something completely different and, secondly, it feels so different, even from a psychic point of view, you do not see anything other than a burning lamp, a small bowl with water and a pleasant man with beautiful hands. And he moves around you when he’s healing you, and he goes like ... He wouldn’t touch your body, not at all. And I’ve always thought, “How can this help?” I still couldn’t grasp it anyhow but I could feel the influence on myself. When I was going home after the first healing session, that is also interesting, he told me, “Mrs. Vernerová, do not expose yourself to the sun, that would not be good.” And I was sitting in the back of the car when they were driving me home and suddenly I asked her them, “Could you have a look,” I was sitting at the back of the car, “is there any sunshine hitting my back?” And she turned and said, “No, why?” and I said, “If you knew how hot my back feels, as if sun was shining at it.” And then I thought: “So this is it, the heat, the strength, that’s how it works.”

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

Because we come from the same town, we used to see each other. She always told me how she was feeling – sometimes better, sometimes worse. Slowly, as she was putting on weight, she started feeling well.

 

Marie Vernerová:

Well, I would like to say, and this is the absolute truth, I wouldn’t lie, would I, that I went to see Mr. Pfeiffer on 6 May 1991. Since then, and I can swear on that, I have not had a flu, I have not taken a simple aspirin, since then I have not seen a doctor. I don’t even know which doctor has my records, whether they put them in archives or threw them away, and I don’t care. I have not seen a doctor for nineteen and three quarters of a year, and it was only because of my high blood pressure – which can be caused by age and worry, and which Mr. Pfeiffer worked on though without long-lasting success – that I had to go to the doctor. So I went from great Mr. Pfeiffer to my second great doctor, Doctor Brunerová.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

I saw Marie in my capacity as a doctor about a year ago when Mr. Pfeiffer sent her to hospital due to her high blood pressure. On that occasion, we agreed we would check what her abdomen was like – what was going on in there.

 

Marie Vernerová:

You cannot imagine the exam the Doctor gave to me. She even examined under my nails. EKG, ultrasound ...

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

Well, indeed in her abdomen there is an encapsulated, let’s say tumour, a formation round in shape, some 8 centimetres large. There is not a single sign of free liquid in her whole abdomen, no metastases in her liver, all organs look very clean. The lab found a slight thyroid deficiency, which we already cured, and a regular level of sedimentation, around 50. No anaemia, no problem, no signs of any troubles. Tumour markers, all completely negative. 

 

Marie Vernerová:

Well, my diet is very strict, which is, I can’t have anything dark, such as chocolate, or anything light which turns dark: chocolate, cocoa, coffee, fried onion, bread crust, burnt fat; nothing fried. It is really necessary to follow the diet, it is a true part of the healing and if anyone fails to follow it, then they trip Mr. Pfeiffer up and make his healing more difficult, but then they have to suffer their consequences.

 

Eva Brunerová, M.D.:

You know what I think, it is necessary to use all the options available and I believe that when it is under check, it is absolutely all right. Well, I really think that, somehow, Mr. Pfeiffer succeeded.

 

Marie Vernerová:

Well, I do not like saying it but in November I will be 75. And it is 6 May 2011 today. Thinking about it, 20 normal years have gone by. And for all of this I would like to say a big thank you to Mr. Pfeiffer, a very, very big thank you, and I wish him success, with God’s help, in healing a lot more patients like me  and keep it up because he is irreplaceable. A normal doctor can be replaced but he is a personality, he is the one; you can’t replace him.