A clinical observation was conducted on the condition of a patient of Cedars-Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center, Los Angeles, USA undergoing chemotherapy treatment for metastasized naso-pharyngeal cancer. The observation showed that the ingestion of MRET water compensated the usual side effects of chemotherapy treatments such as long-term decrease of White Blood Cell counts (WBC), weakness, headache, nausea, etc.
On a regular basis, WBC counts usually decrease to very low level. The rebounding of WBC from this low range takes about 3-5 weeks. The ingestion of MRET water prevented the decrease of WBC counts to their lowest level and helped to regain the pre-chemotherapy level within unusually short period of time of 3 days.
Thus, the clinical observation revealed that on the 10th day after the beginning of chemotherapy (in 3 days after WBC counts dropped to 10% of pre-chemotherapy level) WBC counts rebounded to 93% of their pre-chemotherapy level. In compliance with Student’s Distribution criteria the rebounding of WBC was higher than 70% of pre-chemotherapy level with p=0.05.