Unidentified Tumour on Patient’s Scalp

Skin cancers are often visually distinct, so when attempting to identify them, it’s essential to understand all of the possibilities. Only a doctor can tell you if something is scalp cancer or another condition that is visually similar


Male age 50

Health Concerns

Unidentified tumour developed on his scalp.
The size of the tumour kept expanding.


Been through a plane crash accident before. Badly injured arms and shoulders were fully recovered before the Dr. Wessolly’s treatment.

Unidentified tumour on patient’s scalp BG


Malignant Tumour

The over-expression of TKTL1 is associated with the switch in metabolic pathway from oxidative to non-oxidative in tumours.
Lange et al, 2012.

The normal range for TKTL1 score is <119.

The elevated TKTL1 score of 131 suggests that it is likely to be a malignant tumour.

Malignant tumour cells usually divide without control and can invade nearby tissues. NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, 2018

High concentration of Epstein Barr Virus.

EBV is a type of herpes virus which can be easily spread from person to person by coughing, sneezing, kissing or by sharing drinks or eating utensils.

American Cancer Society, 2016

Patient’s natural killer (NK) cells are normal, which can undergo stimulation.

The normal reference of EBV is below 3000 Kop/ml.

Patient’s concentration of Epstein Barr Virus is found very high in patient’s saliva. It is 7.7 times more than the maximum for normal people. This type of virus encourages tumour development. 
American Cancer Society, 2016

Treatment & Outcome


7 unique combination of ingredients for IV infusion
13 types of oral supplements
6 types of ingredients for multiple

Before Treatment

The tumour on his scalp is solid but not penetrative to his bone.
Under the microscope, it shows abnormal cells forming under the
dark field.

After 2nd Treatment

The tumour has shrunk to less than half of the initial size.
He has planned for his third

* The case studies of PRAXISKLINIK AM SCHLOSSPARK/Miskawaan Health Group represent carefully & individually assessed clients’ treatments following extensive testing – they are only to be used as examples of treatments and not as a guideline for treatment.