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Acute Myeloid Leukemia (A.M.L.)
Shri Anil Kumar Srivastava,30 yrs.
State Bank of India,
Amethi, Dt. Sultanpur,
Previous treatment :
Tata memorial Cancer Hospital Bombay, Case No. B.D.17121.
‘Sarvapisti’ from 07.02.92 : Thirty-year-old Anil Kumar Srivastava (age at that time), an employee of the State Bank of India, Amethi branch and resident of Korari Harishah, Dt. Sultanpur, U.P., presented himself before the doctors at Tata Memorial Hospital, Bombay, on 29 May, 1992. He was hale and hearty. The doctors were surprised and just could not believe what they were seeing. But when Anil’s blood and bone marrow test reports were placed before them, they even became suspicious of the authenticity of the reports and the efficiency of their laboratory. Lots of enquiries were made to make them accept that these were indeed Anil’s blood and marrow test reports.The final report established that Anil Srivastava was completely cured of acute leukaemia.
That was for the first time that the doctors came across such a case. So there was reason behind their surprise and suspicion. These very doctors had treated Anil for six months for acute leukaemia (case No. BD/17121) before discharging him about four months back from the date mentioned above.
The doctors remembered some bits of the case and the rest was in the file before them. The case was brought to Tata Memorial Hispital on 05 September, After all tests and investigation, treatment was started.(Reference-9) The disease was so critical and acute that the doctors had to face several emergency periods of crisis.(Reference-10). That often hampered the process of treatment. In November, 1991 Anil also suffered from a serious fungus infection in the lungs. (Reference-11). Till January, 1992, every possible treatment was given to Anil. On 11 January, 1992, the case was discussed in-depth at A.M.L.Clinic.
In fact, till then acute leukaemia had thrown cold water on all efforts of treatment. The disease came back in full fury everytime a renewed war was waged on it. On the other side, the chemical poisons administered as medicine were distructing the constitution of Anil’s body chemistry. All hopes of positive results proved illusive.
The only ways out were blood transfusion and use of symptomatic palliatives to mitigate external pain. The real disease was sidetracked. It was decided to be given a certificate of having blood cancer and be recommended for issue of a railway concession as train journey would be convenient for him.
Anil was discharged from the hospital in such conditions with advice to report to the hospital again on 20.04.92 for further investigations and treatment. (Reference-12). Anil’s father-in-law, Shri P.N.Srivastav, Principal, SICS National Inter College, Vadohi, U.P., was called aside and told the last word that treatment was useless now and Anil was not going to survive more than two to three months.
It was enough for the doctors to be caught in a tricky situation to see Anil Srivastava standing before them. Moreover, Anil looked hundred per cent hale and hearty. Above all was the report of their own laboratory that, completely cured of acute leukaemia, Anil was now a normal, healthy man. Such a thing had never been seen, never been heard of before and science or for that matter scientists and doctors were not prepared to allow space for such imagination. The doctors had not even dreamt of facing such a result.
The doctors were reconciled to the conclusion that cancer, more so acute leukaemia, meant certain death – that was their scientific belief. They thought it unbelievable, unscientific – rather supernatural – to be alive after an attack of acute leukaemia. But it was in their hospital that Anil had been treated for acute leukaemia after full tests and investigations and was later advised to return home by train. And now it was the report of their own laboratory that declared Anil cured. Had i happened in a small hospital, the escape route could have been a declaration that Anil never had acute leukaemia at all.
Anil’s confidence and happiness knew no bounds. The Tata Memorial Hospital doctors wanted to know if he had taken resort to any other treatment after release from their hospital. Anil was eager for such a dicussion. He had thought that doctors and scientists would instantly want to know about the medicine that saved his life. Anil said later on, “I told them about D.S.Research Centre and its perscribed medicine. I also told them that many more patients, in cluding some acute leukaemia ones, had also been cured of cancer and that I also know some of them personally.”
Anil wanted to say more about his treatment, but was cut in abruptly midway by a doctor that made him realise that big doctors either did not have time or did not have the motivation to stand face to face with truth. Anil’s enthusiasm got a jolt. His soul bled – “Are these Indian doctors human beings?”.
The interrupting doctor had asked, “What is this Sarvapisti?” Anil’s reply was simple. He said that doses of tasty powder of nutrient energy medicine were served in tiny packets to be taken in scheduled time. The medicine had no adverse effect on health. The discussions ended there. The doctor wrote “Complete remission” on Anil’s final report of investigations and put a note in the file, “Had been taking some sort of powder.”(Reference-13)
It seemed cold water was thrown on Anil’s enthusiasm. The doctors appeared very peculiar to him – caught and crushed under the intriguing wheels of medical science. It was an irony that they did not have time to listen, think or do anything about the powder that succeeded in bringing back a cancer patient from the jaws of death.
Let us hear the history of Anil’s disease, treatment and cure from the mouth of principal P.N. Srivastava. “For five long months Anil had been treated at Tata Memorial Hospital. Rupees four lakh were spent. What man does not do to save a life? When the hospital doctors expressed inability to cure him and advised to be taken back home, Anil had to make a query to himself – which home, where is the house? What remained of the home of a petty bank clerk after spending as big an amount as four lakhs? In a flash everything was understood – not a ray of hope was provided by the treatment to a family that was sinking under the pressure of meeting the expenses. But the priority was the question of existence of a life and every other thing went out of view behind it. Hopelessly depressed, we came back to Varanasi from Bombay on 6th February, 1992. It seemed a time-bomb was fitted to the head that might, as the doctors said, explode anytime, any day within two-three months. A coincidence was perhaps waiting for us at Varanasi. a friend gave us an address that day : D.S. Research Centre, 147A, Ravindrapuri, New Colony, Varanasi.
“The friend told us that this Research Centre had discovered a medicine that cured a number of cancer patients. He himself was witness to such a case. Shrimati Rita Singh, daughter-in-law of Babu Ananta Prasad Singh to Kapsethi, Dt. Varanasi, had such acute brain tumour as compelled BHU and Lucknow doctors to utter the last word of doom. After taking D.S. Research Centre’s medicine she not only came round but all the six tumours in her brain were found to have vanished.
“Our Tata Memorial Hospital experience amply made it clear to us about the consequence of cancer. May be the brain cancer patient was cured but here was the question of acute leukaemia, the ultimate end of which had already been explained to us by specialists. History of the disease could not reflect a ray of hope.
“The day we reached the research centre ‘Sarvapisti’ was given to Anil. When I expressed my fear about acute leukaemia, Prof. Trivedi said that already two patients of acute leukaemia had been cured by ‘Sarvapisti’. He also informed us that the research centre was not a commercial organisation and they were not at all anxious to sell their medicine. He said, “I am showing you both the files, so you can concentrate on treatment rather than moan in despair.” He showed us the files that brought new strength to ou knees and gave us some ground to stand. Prof. Trivedi also said that acute leukaemia was a severe disease and at times we might have to face periods of crisis to tide over which we would have to take help from good hospitals or nursing homes. The research centre could only provide medicine.
“Following his advice, we contacted a reputed doctor of BHU Hospital. He assured us of all help. Anil started taking ‘Sarvapisti’ onand from 09.02.92 and it worked like magic. The positive progress was clearly perceptible, which was corroborated by tests done from time to time. One more surprising thing was that Anil never had to be hospitalised for any crisis — we never had to think of that even. Our confidence in ‘Sarvapisti’ started increasing.
“Something very worrying happened one day. Anil went out for a long ride of several hundred kilometer in a motor-cycle, making everybody anxious. After lot of persuasion he agreed not to do that again. Actually, we thought Anil was still ill, but Anil felt just the opposite. After two months he resumed his bank job.”
On 29 May, 1992, Tata Memorial Hospital declared Anil completely cured of acute leukaemia. He passed through a very critical phase of his life and those days are now part of history.
Now Anil does not think it necessary to go through another round of investigations. He takes no medicine. ‘Sarvapisti’ was stopped about a couple of years back. He is now fully fit, can work hard and is happily shouldering all responsibilities of the family. A living instance of a life ‘reborn’.
On 29.01.97, Anil Srivastava wrote a letter (Reference-14) to the research centre from Amethi. He wrote in English :
“Respected Doctor Sahab,
Thank you very much for greetings. Also accept my best wishes for success and development of the centre and you all.
This is a matter of great pleasure for me for your enquiring about my health and care.
I have to say about my health that I need not do any check-up, etc. now. Platelet count, although not sufficient, is yet within normal range.
I can never forget this centre and no doubt, I am much more obliged to Prof. Trivedi and this centre.”
Yours Anil Kumar
In another context, Shri Promode Narayan Srivastava also wrote a letter on 09.09.99 about Anil’s cure from acute leukaemia. (Reference-15)