CROHN’S DISEASE – August 9th, 2006 - Dr. Clark Information Center
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Dear Mrs. Siemes,

I send you hereunder the course of my sickness:
Dec 1st, 2003 – Surgery of the intestine – discovery of Crohn’s disease – further treatment with  cortisone  and salofalk up to the next crisis where I ended up on

Feb 27th, 2005  - in the hospital. Diagnosis – Crohn’s disease with inflamed stenosis. Therapy treatment – elevated dose of cortisone. Since I did not agree to  increase the dosage of the cortisone, I contacted

March 9th, 2005 Frau Heike Siemes that was recommended to me. After a test with the syncrometer, I did  the kidney cleanse, the bowel program and the liver cleanse as suggested by Frau Heike Siemes. In this way I was able to eliminate the cortisone altogether.

Today I take no cortisone and no salofalk.  Other than boswellia serrata and Vitamin B complex I take no other medication and I have no discomfort whatsoever. 

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