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Human Clinical Study(9):
Kobayashi et al. (1991) asked 16 terminal cancer patients (Table 2) to consume S100 Milk tablets (3-18 tablets, about 0.3g per tablet) for two months, and then they evaluated the satisfaction index of the patients during the study and the changes in the clinical index shown by the QQL (Quality of Life) scale. After taking the S100 tablets for one month, 30.8% of the patients felt that the milk tablets were helpful and 15.4% of the patients thought their bodies were significantly improved. After taking for two months, up to 50.0% of the patients thought their bodies were significantly improved. The overall improvement rate was as high as 60% (Fig. 7)(9).

Improvements in clinical symptoms due to cancer included: 37.6% of the patients thought the symptoms of abdominal distension and pain were relieved; 31.3% thought that systemic lassitude was improved; 26.7% thought that constipation was reduced; 25.1% thought the feeling of nausea and vomiting was reduced; 25% thought conditions including high fever, sweating and loss of appetite were improved(9).

What kind of cancer do subjects suffer from?
Name of diagnosis Subjects
Breast cancer 8
Gastric cancer 1
Uterine cancer 1
Esophageal cancer 1
Renal cell carcinoma 1
Rectal cancer 1
Lung cancer 1
Pancreatic cancer 1
Chondrosarcoma 1
Total 16
Table 2. Cancer types of 16 terminal cancer patients(9).

Fig. 7 After taking S100 Milk tablets for one month, 30.8% of the subjects thought they experienced improvements; 15.4% thought the improvements were significant. After taking for two months, 10% of the subjects felt there were improvements; 50% thought there were significant improvements(9).

There were also improvements shown in blood chemistry indexes. The levels of RBCs, Hb and Hct in subjects all increased significantly after they took the S100 Milk tablets reinforcing what was reported by the subjects themselves(9).


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