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Tullio Simoncini’s Miracle Cure of Cancer in CAT Scans…

Here are 4 CAT scans, 2 of hepatic carcinoma, 2 of pulmonary metastasis. According to Italian ex-doctor Tullio Simoncini, the liver cancer has substantially regressed and the lung metastases have disappeared after he treated this patient with sodium bicarbonate. The problem is however, that there are are several things wrong with these scans. Please study them carefully - be sure to click on the images to enlarge them - and tell us what you see…

Eternal fame as well as a special prize will be awarded to the first person on this blog who comes up with all the right answers. :-)

(Edit) Here are the correct answers, given by Jli and Alvin

  1. The Pulmonary CAT-scans are taken at different levels.
  2. The patient identity of the CAT-scan supposedly showing regression of the pulmonary metastasis is hidden (in contrast to the other scans).
  3. There is not a substantial regression of the liver tumor. Maybe this “misunderstanding” comes from the misconception of his that cancers are black on CAT-scans. The darkest area in the centre of the liver tumor is actually necrosis. On the first scan the actual cancer is slightly darker than the normal liver. Again the scans are not taken at the exact same level.
  4. The dates on the scans have been hidden.

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7 responses to “Tullio Simoncini’s Miracle Cure of Cancer in CAT Scans…

  1. jli December 15, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    To be more precise he claims only partial regression of the liver lesion and almost complete regression of the pulmonary lesions. But it´s still a good exercise in spotting wrongful (and possibly deceitful) claims. I´m a bit curious to see if any Simoncini proponent will spot the errors.

  2. beatis December 15, 2008 at 6:09 pm

    We stand corrected, thank you! :-)

  3. jli December 18, 2008 at 10:28 pm

    Okay since nobody else wants to take a crack at this I will start. And let us disregard that the CAT-scans of the lungs and liver have been switched around.

    1) The Pulmonary CAT-scans are taken at different levels.
    2) The patient identity of the CAT-scan supposedly showing regression of the pulmonary metastasis is hidden (in contrast to the other scans).
    3) There is not a substantial regression of the liver tumor. Maybe this “misunderstanding” comes from the misconception of his that cancers are black on CAT-scans. The darkest area in the centre of the liver tumor is actually necrosis. On the first scan the actual cancer is slightly darker
    than the normal liver. Again the scans are not taken at the exact same level.

    It would be interesting to know if anybody spotted something else :-)

  4. beatis December 19, 2008 at 6:03 am

    Hi jli,

    Well… it just seems you’ve got them all, including the fact that the scans have been mixed up, which I think is very sloppy, to say the least.
    We’ll give it a few more days, and when no one comes up with anything else, you might just be the winner!

  5. Avin March 2, 2009 at 2:56 am

    What about the dates on the scans?

  6. beatis March 2, 2009 at 5:49 am

    In my opinion the dates are meaningless, because we have no way of determining whether the scans are of the same patients. Very clever of you to spot this!

  7. jli March 2, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    Very well spotted :-). I don´t know if it is common practice to do a CT-scan of the abdomen alone as part of the diagnostic proces. That could explain the different dates on the pretreatment scans.

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