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True Cases Studies

Learn more about the four cases that were examined during the study of Ronaldo Ayres conducted by the Brazilian Parapsychology Association, proving the recovery of patients treated with Vital Energization, as well as other more recent cases.
The names of patients, physicians, laboratories, hospitals and clinics are not disclosed, in order to preserve professional confidentiality.

Case Study I – Expanding Brain Tumor

This patient warranted special attention, with a full report on his progress presented below by the physicians overseeing his treatment.

Case History – Conventional Treatment

As the location of the tumor prevented a biopsy, the nature of the blastoma was not ascertained. The patient was referred by the XXX Hospital to the YYY Clinic, where oncologist Dr. H. proceeded with the treatments listed below, with a confirmed diagnosis of cerebral blastoma.

In October 1980, computerized tomography showed an expanding lesion in the right cerebral hemisphere..

By mid-December, the patient had undergone 34 cobalt treatment sessions, but with no favorable reaction. After three more months of chemotherapy, the fourth Citostal treatment cycle ended, still with no improvement. The convulsions continued, and the patient was unable to grip objects firmly, using a cane and walking only with much difficulty. Unfit for work, he was laid off from his job as a laboratory technician and spent almost all his time at home.

Case History – Ronaldo Ayres Treatment

On May 8, 1981 he started to receive bioenergy applications from paranormal RONALDO AYRES. Improvements began to appear right after the first session, continuing rapidly to the extent that the patient returned to work, feeling well and practically cured.

In late October, a second computerized tomography, examination showed that the brain tumor has vanished surprisingly, leaving only a small low density area with poor contrast, indicating a vestigial scar left by the tumor. The sequelae consisted only of a slight limp in his left leg. At our Institute, Dr. H. confirmed his opinion that this cure was quite extraordinary.

 

Before

 

After

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Tomography before

Date: October 9, 1980
Examination Nº: ….. 2nd Copy of Report

Computerized Tomography of Cranium
Equipment: Pfizer 0200FS
Cuts (sections): 11 cuts
Distance between cuts: 1.2 cm
Collimator (cut thickness): 13 mm
Angle of Incidence: -
Anatomical Reference: Canto Meatal Line

Cuts were taken after a venous injection of contrast that demonstrated:
Lesion with uptake of iodinated contrast, with adjacent edema, in the right parietal lobe.
Bonding of right lateral ventricle.

Impression: Expanding lesion in the right cerebral hemisphere.

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Tomography after

Date: October 26, 1981
Examination Nº: ….. 2nd Copy of Report

Computerized Tomography of Cranium
Equipment: Pfizer 0200FS
Cuts (sections): 10 cuts
Distance between cuts: 1.2 cm
Collimator (cut thickness): 13 mm
Angle of Incidence: -
Anatomical Reference: Canto Meatal Line

Cuts were taken before and after the introduction of a venous contrast.
Small low-density area with no with uptake of iodinated contrast in the anterior right parietal lobe, sub-cortex.
Brain ventricles normal.
Basal cisterns with normal appearance.

Case Study II – Medullary Aplasia

Case History – Conventional Treatment

This severely anemic patient did not improve, despite several blood transfusions. A diagnosis of “Medullary Hypoplasia” was confirmed by laboratory tests with extremely low blood counts.

Case History – Ronaldo Ayres Treatment

After ten bioenergy treatments with Ronaldo Ayres, the patient’s hematocrit improved greatly. In the course of a single month, the symptoms vanished, with no need for blood transfusions or bone marrow transplants, and the patient was considered as clinically cured.

Case Study III – Generalyzed Muscular Hypotonia

Case History – Conventional Treatment

The initial symptoms indicating this disease were presented by a child with difficulties in walking and then standing. A muscle tissue biopsy and electro-diagnóstico excitation of her lower limbs led to a diagnosis of “Generalized Muscular Hypotonia”, confirmed by Dr. A. M. C. Years of fruitless treatments failed to slow the progress of the disease, until the patient was unable to move, bent forward by severe muscle atrophy.

Case History – Ronaldo Ayres Treatment

This was when bioenergy treatments by Ronaldo Ayres began, attended by two physicians appointed by the family. Improvements began to appear after the fourth session, followed by steady progress. In less than a month, the patient was able to sit up, moving and stretching his legs out straight. As treatment continued, he was able to stand unsupported, as his leg muscles grew stronger and his back straightened. The ABP physicians who analyzed this case study were surprised by this astonishing improvement.

Case Study IV – Bone Tumor

 

Case History – Conventional Treatment

Female adolescent, 15 years old, diagnosed with a bone tumor.
Operated on three times, with unsuccessful treatment through conventional medicine. Leg amputation was recommended.

 

Case History – Ronaldo Ayres Treatment

Instead of beeing operated, she received bioenergy applications from paranormal Ronaldo Ayres for some time and obtained great success, thus avoiding leg amputation.

Case Study V – Knee Injury (After Scientific Investigation)

(Torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments and meniscus)

Landing badly from a jump during a basketball game, the patient damaged his meniscus cartilage, with torn anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments, according to the first magnetic resonance imaging examination. The physician believed that the lateral ligament would heal naturally, but the torn anteriorcruciate ligament and meniscus cartilage would require surgery, as there was no other way of fixing them. As the patient had to return to school in Switzerland two weeks later, leaving no time for recovery, the physician listed a set of recommendations, scheduling the operation for the next vacation.
During the two weeks prior to his return to Switzerland, the patient received bioenergy applications from paranormal Ronaldo Ayres. When he returned to Brazil some months later, he underwent further tests, which his physician said were quite unnecessary, as this type of injury remained unchanged. However, when examining the second set of magnetic resonancing images (below), he was amazed, congratulating the patient and saying he no longer needed an operation.

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Tomography before

Examination Date: December 23, 1993
Medical Report – Copy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Right Knee: P. 3943
Heavy sagittal and coronal sequences were obtained at T1 and T2. Area with low signal at T1 and high signal at T2 in the outer femoral condyle, associated with a reduction in the adjacent cartilage thickness. Other bone structures without significant alterations. Presence of sign extending to the articular surface at the posterior horn of the external meniscus. The anterior horn and inner meniscus are normal.
Increased signal at T1 and T2 compatible with edema in the topography of the anterior cruciate ligament and the medial lateral collateral ligament.
Posterior cruciate and external collateral ligaments are normal.
Patello-femoral ligament with no alterations.
Small amount of free fluid in the joint with presence of plica in the suprapatellar pouch.

IMPRESSION:
Torn posterior horn of external meniscus.
Torn anterior cruciate ligament and torn medial collateral ligament.
Osteochondral lesion of external femoral condyle.
Small amount of free fluid in the joint.

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Tomography after

Examination Date: June 27, 1994
Medical Report – Copy
Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Right Knee: P. 5249
Heavy sagittal and coronal sequences were obtained at T1 and T2.
The various bone structure screened had normal signal intensity for the sequences obtained.
No evidence of tearing of the meniscus.
Edema in the topography of the anterior cruciate ligament with no evidence of tearing.
Posterior cruciate, collateral and patellar ligaments with no significant alterations.
No free fluid in the joint.

IMPRESSION:
No tearing of the meniscus or ligaments.
Edema in the topography of the anterior cruciate ligament, suggesting a sprain.

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