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SUMMARY OF EXPERIMENT IN DANA FABER CANCER INSTITUTE IN BOSTON, USA USINT JOBELYN TO TREAT A PATIENT WITH ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA An American, whose wife is an associate professor in the department of occupational therapy, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA. He had Acute Myeloid Leukemia, refractory type M-O. He received three courses of chemotherapy between October and January 1996 -1997. Two weeks after the last chemotherapy, his leukemia relapsed. He subsequently underwent a bone marrow transplant, but the leukemia relapsed later. He went for another protocol in which he received lymphocyte infusion (helper – T cells) followed by three weeks of interleuken 2 injections. In spite of all these, his blasts continued to increase and the haematocrit kept going down. He was transfused with two pints of whole blood every other day. He also received multiple platelet transfusions. His case was dismissed by his doctors at Dana Farber Cancer Centre ( one of the best two cancer centres in the world) as irredeemable. He was given two days to live after discharge from hospital. His wife, Elsie, placed an order for Jubi capsules through the internet. Though the patient is now deceased, his condition while on this therapy could best be summarized in the spouse’s own words “The Jubi Formula definitely stabilised his haematocrit for as long as he took it and it may have prolonged his life a few weeks. Having been able to keep him alive for a month after they thought he was going to die was worth it. 2.0 EMAIL CORRESPONCES FROM CLINICAL TRIAL – JUAN VERGARA AT DANA FARBER CANCER CENTRE IN BOSTON USA From bu.edu!evergara Thu Apr 30 19:12:04 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yUxoR-000CD6C; Thu, 30 Apr 98 19:12 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id PAA13330 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Thu, 30 Apr 1998 15:34:10 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-94-21.BU.EDU [128.197.9.139]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id KAA218816 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:34:54 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD7423.73BEBF80@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:33:45 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD7423.73BEBF80@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Information requested from our autoresponder on SuccessMarketplace.com Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:33: -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear M. O. Okubena: I am extremely interested in your Jubi Formula. What I have read on the net and on the report you just sent me gives us a ray of hope. My husband has Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. He received three treatments of chemotherapy between October and January of 1996-1997. Two months after the last chemotherapy, his leukemia relapsed. He subsequently underwent a bone marrow transplant, but the leukemia relapsed again six months later. He went for another protocol in which he received linfocyte infusions (helper T-cells) followed by three months of Interleuken 2 injections. His blasts continued to increase to the point that the doctors felt the “only” remaining treatment was another series of chemotherapy. He just completed his last chemo two weeks ago, but the leukemic cells, although initially decreased, have returned. His current counts reveal 50% blasts. His hematocrit this morning was 23, but he is getting two blood transfusions today. His platelet count after a platelet transfusion yesterday was 37. His white blood count I believe is around 750 (.75). At this stage, I do realize that whatever we try may or may not work, but we are seriously willing to try this. I should mention that for 1 month prior to his bone marrow transplant, he went for acupuncture and herbal teas and, although the blood counts did not change significantly, his overall well being did, as did many other related symptoms. We strongly believe that part of the reason that he did so well DURING the bone marrow transplant process was the well-balanced state in which he went in for the transplant, more than likely as a result of the complementary medicine. Please let me know what I have to do to receive the four weeks of Juni Formula, as you offer in this letter. I have discussed this with my husband’s doctors (he is currently still in the hospital) and they agree, and have encouraged us, to try your product. Please contact us as soon as possible, because at this stage, every single minute that goes by is extremely important for us. Thank you very much for what you are doing for so many individuals suffering from terminal illnesses. Sincerely, Elsie R. Vergara 1332 Salem St. Malden, MA 02148 (781) 322-1625 In the hospital: (617) 732-4790 Business address/telephone: Department of Occupational Therapy Sargent College, Boston University 635 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215 (617) 353-2727 From bu.edu!evergara Fri May 1 16:37:57 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yVHsr-000CD3C; Fri, 1 May 98 16:37 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id OAA02530 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Fri, 1 May 1998 14:51:36 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-91-11.BU.EDU [128.197.9.31]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id JAA341596 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Fri, 1 May 1998 09:52:24 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD74E6.AE38CCA0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Fri, 1 May 1998 09:51:15 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD74E6.AE38CCA0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Supply of Sample Jubi Capsules Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 09:50:59 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Status: R Please accept my most sincere thanks for your help. Elsie Vergara From: BENA FARMS LTD.[SMTP:bena@rcl.nig.com] Sent: Thursday, April 30, 1998 7:59 PM To: evergara@bu.edu Subject: RE: Supply of Sample Jubi Capsules Dear Mrs. Elsie V. Vergara, We acknowledge receipt of your email which came this evening. Your request is receiving a prompt attention. We intend to dispatch a consignment of 30 capsules for your husband by Courier Service and hope that it would be received latest by Tuesday May 5, 1998. Although the normal dosage for each capsule is 250 mg., we have decided to send the capsules in 400-mg. dosage because of the status of your husband’s illness. The recommended dosage is 1 Capsule per day and the consignment is supposed to last for 30 days. There would be an accompanying letter with the consignment of the drugs to be dispatched by courier service. We wish your husband a speedy recovery on commencement of the drug usage. Sincerely, M. O. Okubena Dear Mrs. Elsie Vergara, You are by now aware that the capsules have been dispatched by swiftair and would arrive early next week. It was not possible for me to send an accompanying letter as promised because they were dispatched from U.K. I have therefore decided to give you more details on the method of use of the capsule.As you are already aware, the dosage is one capsule per day and it could be taken at any time of the day or night preferably with a glass or two of pure drinking water. It could be taken with meal or on empty stomach or after meal. It would be helpful to advise the doctors to carry out a daily monitoring of the status of your husband’s health indicators as we know from past experience that Jubi Formula would start working within the first 24 hours of therapy. We shall however be pleased if you can furnish us on a weekly basis through the email, summary of Haemoglobin, PCV, WBC including the Differentials, Platelet count, general clinical state, body weight changes, the state of the liver, kidney and the spleen and the state of the bone marrow. You could try to send the summary of any of these that can be readily available. It is just that we want to monitor closely the effect of our therapy. This would also let us prepare well in advance for the next stage of therapy. The comments of the doctors on the general clinical state would also be valuable to achieve this objective. Kindly let us know when you receive the consignment and when you intend to commence the therapy. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time if you have any further enquiries. We are always at your service. Best wishes and regards to you and your husband. M. O. Okubena From bu.edu!evergara Mon May 4 14:14:13 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yWL4O-000CD9C; Mon, 4 May 98 14:14 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id MAA27266 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Mon, 4 May 1998 12:39:50 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-82-32.BU.EDU [128.197.8.84]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id HAA240966 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Mon, 4 May 1998 07:40:42 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD772F.C846E6E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Mon, 4 May 1998 07:39:34 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD772F.C846E6E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Supply of Sample Jubi Capsules Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 07:39:31 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Ms. Okubena: I will notify you immediately when we receive the Jubi formula. We will definitely begin to use it IMMEDIATELY upon arrival. Since my husband is currently in the hospital, it will be very easy for us to get all of the records you need almost on a daily basis. There is one question: when you say “status of the bone marrow”, what exactly do you mean? He will not be getting any more bone marrow biopsies in the near future, because it is clear that his leukemia is VERY active on the basis of the blasts circulating on his blood stream, thus a biopsy would not be indicated (it is obvious from the blasts that the marrow is dysfunctional). I will send to you any information that I get from the doctors periodically. My husband’s situation has been further complicated by a pneumonia which he developed last week. This is being treated with antibiotics. If the Jubi Formula can actually either revert or even halt the deterioration of his marrow, I guarantee you that it will make a major impact on the doctors who are treating him, who are among the best in the nation! Let’s keep up our faith and pray for such change! From the literature that I have read about Jubi, I am confident that it would make a positive change. Thanks. From bu.edu!evergara Tue May 5 16:01:53 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yWjE8-000CD3C; Tue, 5 May 98 16:01 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id OAA15588 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Tue, 5 May 1998 14:59:01 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-87-8.BU.EDU [128.197.8.2]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id JAA235150 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Tue, 5 May 1998 09:59:53 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD780C.63939940@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Tue, 5 May 1998 09:58:44 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD780C.63939940@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Supply of Sample Jubi Capsules Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 09:50:24 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Ms. Okubena: The Juni Formula arrived this morning at my home. I’ll have it delivered to the hospital within the next few hours. Actually, the shipment arrived in Boston yesterday, but was delived today after it went through customs. Thank you a lot. I will be mailing some medical records with the tests that you requested. These are the records for the past week, from May 1 – May 4th, 1998. Also please note that in the USA, dates are usually recorded with the month first, followed by the day of the month. Thus, 05/04/98 stands for the 4th of May, 1998, not for the 5th of March, as would be in many countries. Please email me if you need any other information for now. I will be keeping you updated with reports, etc. for you to document his progress. I will also be keeping a record of his progress on my own. I would like to show the doctors how the product is working, with some formally recorded data. Thanks again for your kindness and your willingness to help individuals who may have run out of alternatives for their health. Sincerely, Elsie R. Vergara From bu.edu!evergara Tue May 5 16:01:53 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yWjE8-000CD4C; Tue, 5 May 98 16:01 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id OAA15606 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Tue, 5 May 1998 14:59:08 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-87-8.BU.EDU [128.197.8.2]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id KAA155404 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Tue, 5 May 1998 10:00:06 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD780C.6B6713E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Tue, 5 May 1998 09:58:57 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD780C.6B6713E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’bena@rcl.nig.com’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: Jubi Formula Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 09:58:43 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Ms. Okubena: I attempted to send an email previously, but I don’t know if it went through. I received the Jubi Formula in my home this morning (I am having it delivered to the hospital this afternoon). Thank you most sincerely for making this offer available to us! I will be mailing to you copies of the medical records, labs, etc, that you requested. The tests cover the period from the 1st through the 4th of May, 1998. Please note that in the USA, dates are recorded with the month first, followed by the day of the month; thus, 05/04/98 stands for the 4th day of May, 1998, rather than for the 5th day of April, like it out be in many countries. I will be sending you additional reports periodically, as you have requested. I will also be keeping track of his progress to report it to his physician. If this formula helps my husband, I guarantee you that his physician will be most impressed!!! He has been very supportive and is willing to help out any way possible. Please let me know if you need additional data. Thank you again. My husband and our entire family will be most indebted to you for having made this product available to us at such a crucial time, when we saw no other alternative than to give up. Thanks for all the work you are doing to convince the medical community (and the community at large) of the effectiveness of this product. Elsie R. Vergara Elsie R. Vergara, ScD, OTR, FAOTA Assoc. Prof. Boston University Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences 617-353-7511 From bu.edu!evergara Wed May 13 21:11:27 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yZhs5-000CD5C; Wed, 13 May 98 21:11 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id SAA23823 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Wed, 13 May 1998 18:57:23 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-91-25.BU.EDU [128.197.9.43]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id NAA153092 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Wed, 13 May 1998 13:57:19 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD7E76.E38C37E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Wed, 13 May 1998 13:56:12 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD7E76.E38C37E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Jubi Formula Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 13:55:00 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Mr. Okubena: I sent a very detailed report with all of the labs that had been run on my husband prior to beginning the Jubi Formula to your address in London. The one thing I did not send was his diagnosis. His diagnosis is: Acute Myeloid Leukemia, refractory, type M – 0 As I mentioned before, he initiall (Oct. 96 – Jan. 97) received three sessions of chemotherapy with Daneurobicin and ARAC-C. He went in remission after the second round of chemotherapy, but they gave him a third round as a “consolidation” treatment. His leukemia returned after less than two months. At that point, they recommended a bone marrow transplant, which was received on May 22, 1997. After an apparently successful bone marrow transplant, his leukemia returned again, this time much more intensely. At that point, he received a phoresis treatment (transfussion) from his sister’s T-cells (his sister had been his bone marrow donor). He also received three months of treatment with Interleukin 2, without success. At that point, he was very debilitated, with less than 1000 WBC and approximately 70% leukemic cells in his blood. The doctors recommended then, as the last resort, another course of chemotherapy only hoping to decrease the blasts (leukemic cells) to prolong his life for some time. Since January, my husband has been requiring at least two (up to four) pints of blood each week and at least one (some times two) bags of platelets. Since in the hospital, he has required blood (two pints) every other day and platelets every two to three days. Yesterday he received three bags of platelets and three pints of blood to stop his rectal bleeding and to replace lost blood. I will be sending the blood and other chemistry reports for the past week, but there is no way to tell the effects of Jubi from these reports, being that has been receiving so many blood products at the same time… I was slightly concerned (although not doubting the effectiveness of the product) that Jubi could have had something to do with the bleeding. It was reassuring to hear from your representative in London (who has been wonderful!) that this has not been a sign associated with Jubi. I will continue to use Jubi until you instruct me otherwise, or until my husband passes away. The nurse is collecting nursing notes from this week to send you a summary of what has happened this week. Please expect to receive these reports via email tomorrow or Friday. My husband is being discharged tomorrow and we are dealing with all of the preparations to take him home. It will take me a while to collect everything and summarize it to send to you. Please bear with me in the meantime. Thanks. Elsie Vergara ———- Forwarded Message ———- From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara”, INTERNET:evergara@bu.edu TO: “’Titilayo Oduye’”, TODUYE DATE: 5/24/98 5:23 PM RE: RE: CHECK UP Sender: evergara@bu.edu Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by arl-img-8.compuserve.com (8.8.6/8.8.6/2.10) with ESMTP id RAA18596 for <TODUYE@compuserve.com>; Sun, 24 May 1998 17:23:43 -0400 (EDT) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-94-13.BU.EDU [128.197.9.133]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id RAA59142 for <TODUYE@compuserve.com>; Sun, 24 May 1998 17:23:41 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD8738.8B094200@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Sun, 24 May 1998 17:22:35 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD8738.8B094200@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’Titilayo Oduye’” <TODUYE@compuserve.com> Subject: RE: CHECK UP Date: Sun, 24 May 1998 17:16:37 -0400 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear Titi: I apologize for not responding to your last email message. My husband was sent home last week on Thursday (May 14th) to die! His bleeding stopped, but the doctors felt there was nothing else to be done with him. Since he came home, he has done slightly better, but is still considered terminal. When he came home, the doctors felt he would not survive longer than two or three days. So far he has survived ten days and seems to be stable, although seriously ill. I am having a difficult time sorting out what information to send to you. I have lab reports for the past two weeks and I expect to mail them to you at the latest on Tuesday. I just have not been able to leave my husband alone to go to the post office to mail your package. The main difficulty I have is that if I send the lab reports to you alone, without a chronology of when his bleeding occurred, when he received blood tranfusions (and how many each time), etc. I just have not had time to do this with all of the intensive treatment he is receiving at home, and I am the one in charge of his care. I am planning on taking some time tomorrow to sort all of this information out. One thing I did notice was that last Saturday, for the first time, his hematocrit increased without he receiving a transfusion. On Monday he received two pints of blood, although his hematocrit was 27.3, which for him normally does not require transfusion. Three days later his hematocrit was still above 30. the doctors were surprised because in the past few weeks he was losing whatever blood he would receive within two days and this time his hematocrit remained stable. Maybe Jubi is working!!! Once again, thank you for your willingness to allow my husband to benefit from Jubi. He has only 11 more capsules remaining. We want to know how can we get more. Please advise immediately as to how to order, etc. Thanks. Please expect to here from me by tomorrow. Elsie Vergara ———- From: Titilayo Oduye[SMTP:TODUYE@compuserve.com] Sent: Thursday, May 14, 1998 6:26 PM To: DR. ELSIE R. VERGARA Subject: CHECK UP Dear Elsie, I just want to ask you what the situation is now. How did the treatment go? Has the bleeding stopped? Did you receive my last message?. Please can you keep me informed about his state and please keep me posted. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks. Titi From bu.edu!evergara Fri May 29 09:03:29 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yfK8N-000CDAC; Fri, 29 May 98 09:03 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id BAA28068 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Fri, 29 May 1998 01:32:11 +0100 (BST) Received: from COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU (PPP-96-26.BU.EDU [128.197.9.8]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id UAA67946 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Thu, 28 May 1998 :32:07 -0400 Received: by COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD8A77.879B86E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU>; Thu, 28 May 1998 :31:01 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD8A77.879B86E0@COM-LAB193-PC93.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Jubi Formula Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 14:24:38 -0400 Return-Receipt-To: <evergara@bu.edu> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Mr. Okubena: Thanks for your email. From now on, I will send you a copy of any email correspondence I send to Titi. Sorry about that! The progress that my husband has made involves only the hematocrit (for now, I hope!). He has not received red blood cells in the last ten days, whereas prior to this he was getting two pints of blood every other day, more or less! However, it is hard to tell if this is exclusively due to Jubi because he had been apparently bleeding internally for a few days when he was requiring blood daily or every other day and this confounds the findings. Despite of this, my husband’s physician is very impressed because he would have expected for him to need blood at least twice during the period that he has not needed any! We now need for it to start working on his GOOD white blood cells—his leukemic cells (blasts) in the last blood count on Monday was 78%. My husband (his name is Juan) is still critically ill and they expect for him to die any minute! This is why we are SO desperate. We are intensely praying that Jubi will do the work and, believe me, if it does, you are going to have a lot of the most respected hematology oncologists in the nation (and the world) asking you about it! I don’t know if I had mentioned it, but Juan is receiving treatment at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, which is one of the two best cancer centers in the world! Thanks again for giving us the final hope for my husband’s health! Elsie Vergara After I wrote the above message, I read the brochure describing what we should/should not do. One serious concern is that Juan has been having SEVERE abdominal pains and he is now on high dosages of narcotics for the pain. He is also on many medications. What should we do? He had chemotherapy six weeks ago and IS NOT a candidate for more chemotherapy, so at least this is not a concern (and even if he could receive more chemo, he is not willing to go for more). Please advise. What can he take and what can he definitely NOT take while taking Jubi? thanks again. From: BENA FARMS LTD.[SMTP:bena@rcl.nig.com] Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 1998 5:51 AM To: evergara@bu.edu Subject: RE: Jubi Formula Dear Mrs. Vergara, Yesterday I received an email from our London representative Ms Titi Oduye informing me that there are some improvements in the condition of your husband and that you have requested for more capsules. She has already been instructed to send 30 more capsules to you and I hope she will do that today. Kindly send a copy of the email you sent to Ms Oduye for our records. I am sending to you a copy of our brochure on How Jubi Formula works. I hope it will be of use to you and I want you to note the part which states that Jubi should not be combined with Chemotherapy as this therapy destroys the cells which Jubi Formula builds. Regards and best wishes Mr. M. O. Okubena From bu.edu!evergara Wed Jun 3 ::33 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yhJ5M-000CD7C; Wed, 3 Jun 98 : CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (root@ACS-MAIL.BU.EDU [128.197.153.100]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id PAA13633 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Wed, 3 Jun 1998 15:30:12 +0100 (BST) Received: from PPP-82-.BU.EDU (PPP-82-.BU.EDU [128.197.8.72]) by acs-mail.bu.edu (8.8.5/BU_Server-1.3) with SMTP id KAA78546 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Wed, 3 Jun 1998 10:29:04 -0400 Received: by PPP-82-.BU.EDU with Microsoft Mail id <01BD8EDA.433FA0A0@PPP-82-.BU.EDU>; Wed, 3 Jun 1998 10:27:51 -0400 Message-ID: <01BD8EDA.433FA0A0@PPP-82-.BU.EDU> From: “Dr. Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> To: “’BENA FARMS LTD.’” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: RE: Jubi Formula Date: Wed, 3 Jun 1998 10:24:07 -0400 Return-Receipt-To: <evergara@bu.edu> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset”us-ascii” Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Status: R Dear Mr. Okubena: Thank you for clarifying about what products/medications my husband may or may not be taking. On Monday, my husband’s hematocrit went down again to 24.5, but he went two weeks without requiring red blood cell transfusions, which is a “record”—since January, he could not go longer than 5 days without needing red blood cells. Today he got up feeling extremly week and having fever and urinary difficulties. I suspect that he is having another infection! I am truly hoping that Jubi works fast because he is feeling extremely tired and is no longer fighting to stay alive! Thanks for all of your support during these difficult times. I will keep you informed of any progress, hopefully, in his condition. Elsie Vergara From: BENA FARMS LTD.[SMTP:bena@rcl.nig.com] Sent: Friday, May 29, 1998 6:38 PM To: evergara@bu.edu Subject: RE: Jubi Formula Dear Mrs. Vergara, Thanks for your email which was received this afternoon. I am pleased to note that Jubi appears to be contributing to the recovery of your husband. I am also hoping that the blasts would be put under control within the next couple of weeks or so since we are aware that Jubi as a normalizer has the power to normalize the white blood cells. I want to believe that the forecast by the doctors that your husband could die at anytime may be misplaced after all. We are praying along with you for the full recovery of your husband and this would demonstrate to the medical world that there are more to natural remedies than the orthodox medical practitioners would want to admit. I noted from your email that your husband is not on chemotherapy and would also not be interested in it. This is good for him particularly as chemotherapy would negate the advantages to be derived from Jubi therapy. Radiotherapy is the other therapy which should be avoided as much as possible when Jubi is being administered. Apart from these two, there are no other critical things to do or avoid. It would only be helpful if the food and fruits he eats are not grown with chemical fertilizers, but this is not critical as Jubi would correct any imbalance that may be caused by deficiencies in food taken. I believe that the next batch of 30 Jubi capsules must have been dispatched from London and would soon be delivered to you. Please let me know when they are received and keep me posted regularly on the development with your husband. As mentioned earlier, we are praying for his speedy and dramatic recovery. Regards and best wishes. Mr. M. O. Okubena. From bu.edu!evergara Sat Jun 6 20:01:57 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0yiOE0-000CD7C; Sat, 6 Jun 98 20:01 CAT Received: from bu.edu (BU.EDU [128.197.27.7]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id SAA23078 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Sat, 6 Jun 1998 18:54:25 +0100 (BST) Received: from ppp1.bu.edu (PPP-76-3.BU.EDU [128.197.7.183]) by bu.edu (8.8.5/8.8.5/(BU-RELAY-07/09/97-b1)) with ESMTP id NAA17512 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Sat, 6 Jun 1998 13:54:22 -0400 (EDT) Message-ID: <35798207.CCC7879E@bu.edu> Date: Sat, 06 Jun 1998 13:53:11 -0400 From: “Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> Organization: Boston University X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.01 [en] (Win95; I) MIME-Version: 1.0 To: bena@rcl.nig.com Subject: Update X-Priority: 3 (Normal) Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Status: R Dear Mr. Okubena: Thanks for your messages. I apologize for not replying to your email messages, but the email system I was using from the hospital did not work from the house and I had to change to Netscape. I think that all of the problems have been corrected now. My husband’s infection did not progress and, in terms of this, he is OK. His platelets have continued to gravely decrease—yesterday (Friday, 5 June) they were below 1,000 and he was given one bag of platelets. His hematocrit was 29 and the doctor was again impressed. Once again he commented that maybe it was the Jubi keeping the hematocrit stable, because they would have expected for it to decrease. His white blood cells are “stable” at about 1.5 – 1.6, with 80% blasts. This is another thing that the doctor thinks is going different from what should have been expected. He said that typically, at Juan’s stage, the white blood cells should have been doubling or tripling each day, thus markedly increasing the absolute number of blasts (leukemic cells). This has not happened—is this something that could also be attributed to Jubi? On your last Email you commented that maybe you had other suggestions to help my husband. What are those? I would be extremely interested in anything that would raise the platelets and decrease the percentage of blasts, both the circulating blasts and the ones in the marrow! I am aware that natural (herbal, etc.) treatment tends to be slower than western medicine, but I am willing to try anything. Someone is sending me the root of a plant in Honduras that is supposed to boost the bone marrow—have you heard of anything to this effect? I don’t even know what it is, but I will let you know as soon as I find out. Thanks for your help. Elsie Vergara Dear Mr. Okubena: Thanks for your clarification. As it seems, they will not be able to send the herb from Honduras because of customs’ regulations. Friends from that country were putting pressure on us to try this remedy… that’s why it was hard to say no. At this stage, it seems that we will not need to say no to them, because the US government has taken care of that for us… Thanks for your help. Elsie Vergara bfl@infoweb.abs.net wrote: • Dear Mrs. Vergara, • Thanks for your email which was received this morning. There was breakdown from our local server for about a week and the email services were restored just this morning, hence the delay in responding to your email. After retrievaI of your email, it went down again and so I have to send this through another system. I want to advise that all emails to me should be routed through the current address and copied to bena@rcl.nig.com . This would ensure that your mails would be promptly received should there be a breakdown along the line in any of the service providers. I am pleased to note that your husband’s infection did not progress and that he is making some progress. We believe that Jubi Formula would provide the total remedy for your husband’s illness. It has provided remedy for many cancer patients over the last twenty years. You should remember that your husband’s illness has reached a very advanced stage before our intervention, and therefore, you should allow for some time to enable things to work out. We would not advise you to combine anything else whether herbal or orthodox with the on-going Jubi Therapy except where it could not be avoided especially when taking care of infections with antibiotics. I have not heard of the root you mentioned from Honduras. However, we do not want you to experiment with a herbal remedy that has not been proven through Scientific Research studies to be safe. Jubi Formula has been subjected to such studies and in future, we would make the literature available to you to give you more confidence in its efficacy and safety. Meanwhile, we wish to advise that your husband should take plenty of natural fruit juice and pure drinking water as these would improve his circulation. Jubi Formula would eventually normalize his blood and this would include the white blood cells and the platelets. Please give Jubi the chance to complete the work it has started. Our kind regards to your husband. • Mr. M. O. Okubena. From bu.edu!evergara Mon Jun 15 21:22:41 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0ylfm3-000CD5C; Mon, 15 Jun 98 21:22 CAT Received: from bu.edu (BU.EDU [128.197.27.7]) by newsgate.dircon.co.uk (8.8.7/8.8.7) with ESMTP id SAA17333 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Mon, 15 Jun 1998 18:23:33 +0100 (BST) Received: from ppp1.bu.edu (PPP-87-4.BU.EDU [128.197.8.216]) by bu.edu (8.8.5/8.8.5/(BU-RELAY-07/09/97-b1)) with ESMTP id NAA22163 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Mon, 15 Jun 1998 13:23:02 -0400 (EDT) Message-ID: <35855837.BF3715B9@bu.edu> Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 13:21:59 -0400 From: “Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> Organization: Boston University X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.01 [en] (Win95; I) MIME-Version: 1.0 To: bena@rcl.nig.com Subject: Re: Returned mail: Host unknown (Name server: rcl.nig.cin: host not found) X-Priority: 3 (Normal) References: <199806101329.JAA26576@bu.edu> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Status: R I just realized that I had typed the wrong address on my message, and, thus, the reason why it kept coming back. I hope that you will receive it this time. My husband is still alive, although extremely debilitated and wishing for the end of his long and tiring ordeal. I continue to give him the Jubi (and the other prescribed medications—antibiotics, pain control medication, and a sleeping pill). Is it possible to increase the dose of Jubi he is receiving? Will that make any difference? Hope you receive this message. Thanks. Elsie Vergara From bu.edu!evergara Sat Jun 27 18:14:41 1998 Return-Path: <bu.edu!evergara> Received: by rcl.nig.com (Smail3.1.28.1 #4) id m0ypyYh-000CDBC; Sat, 27 Jun 98 18:14 CAT Received: from acs-mail.bu.edu (PPP-96-5.BU.EDU [128.197.9.189]) by bu.edu (8.8.5/8.8.5/(BU-RELAY-07/09/97-b1)) with ESMTP id WAA24506 for <bena@rcl.nig.com>; Fri, 26 Jun 1998 22:43:18 -0400 (EDT) Message-ID: <35945C04.12451DB7@bu.edu> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 22:42:12 -0400 From: “Elsie R. Vergara” <evergara@bu.edu> Organization: Boston University X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.01 [en] (Win95; I) MIME-Version: 1.0 To: “BENA FARMS LTD.” <bena@rcl.nig.com> Subject: Re: Follow-up on the Effect of Increased Jubi Dosage X-Priority: 3 (Normal) References: <m0yorJf-000CD3C@rcl.nig.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Status: R Hi, Mr. Okubena. I am sorry that I did not respond any sooner. My husband’s condition aggravated and I had to take him back to the hospital last week. I don’t know if by now Titi has informed you that Juan passsed away on Sunday. He had another rectal bleeding on Saturday and did not respond to the two transfusions they gave him. I want for you to know that I am very, very grateful for what you did for us. You at least gave us some hope when everything else was not working. Although I do not want for you to think that I am implying that you or your company are in any way at fault, I have wondered if the Jubi formula somehow (directly or indirectly) contributed to his bleeding. His first rectal bleeding occurred shortly (within a couple of days) after we started Jubi; his second rectal bleeding also occurred shortly after we increased his dose. I feel compelled to inform you of this because you may need to or want to follow potential bleeding as part of your research on the product. Although it may have only been a coincidence, taking the Jubi at a late stage, with low platelet leves, and with severe gastric problems/hyperacidity, may (perhaps) promote intestinal bleeding. Again, it is quite possible that this was just a coincidence, but I felt it necessary to inform you about this as you continue your research on the product. The Jubi definitely maintained his hematocrit stable for as long as he took it and it may have also prolonged his life a few weeks. Having been able to keep him alive for a month after they thought he was going to die was worth it! God was good to him and, according to his will, gave him rest from such a long and difficult ordeal. Thank you for all your help and support. I will send a copy of the final medical reports in a few days. Sincerely, Elsie Vergara Dear Mrs. Vergara, Titi came back to Nigeria on Friday and that was when she informed me about your husband’s passing away. She was very distressed and could not muster up the courage to tell me on the phone before she left London. On behalf of myself and our organization, we send our message of condolence for this sad event. You have done your very best and we are very impressed by your courage and the great love you displayed for your late husband. May his soul rest in perfect peace. We noted your comment on the possible contribution of Jubi Formula to the bleeding which occured on two occasions during the administration of the compound. As I mentioned earlier in my previous email, we have not observed this type of reaction in all the patients who have been placed on Jubi over the last twenty years. This notwithstanding, we have referred this complaint to our medical consultants for further review and research. Again, we were surprised that Jubi Formula did not raise the number of your husband’s platelets. We are currently using Jubi Formula for a four-year old child having Leukemia and within a period of 3 weeks, his platelets increased from 40,000 to 180,000. Our organization is committed to contributing to the alleviation of the suffering of people with terminal illnesses across the world and this is what the idea of Jubi Formula is all about. It is indeed unfortunate that it was pretty too late before we intervened in your husband’s case. While we are making progress with the efforts being made in our country we are still looking forward to further trials particularly in the USA. We would be looking forward anxiously to receiving the final medical reports as promised. It would also be very helpful to us if your husband’s consultant and doctor could give us some comments on what beneficial and adverse effect they believe Jubi Formula has on him during the period he was on the therapy. If the doctors are interested we could let them have details of the research done at our Teaching Hospital to provide them with more information on the compound. We thank you very much for trying our product and look forward to your early response. Yours sincerely, Mr. M. O. Okubena

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