IMHA (Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia)

Dear Dr. Yoza,

It was really worth going to the Healing Fair in Tokyo for two days in a row.

Liep ( a miniature dachshund, 10 years old, female ) was diagnosed IMHA ( Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia ) last year in May, which meant the percentage of her survival a year after the development of the disease was 50%, because there is no confirmed medical cure for the disease at this moment. With the vet’s trial and error, she was transfused eleven times.

While the normal level of red blood cell is 37 ~ 55%, her level went down to 8.8% one time. We were really looking forward to your coming to Japan. The very next day after your healing, she was examined and the blood test showed that the level was raised up by 0.4%, and two weeks later, another examination showed 4% rise to 35.7%. A little more rise to the normal level. Her vet is very pleased with the result.

She had to take a blood test every week after the blood transfusion for eleven times, then frequency was changed to every other week, but now it is done once every three weeks. Of course the meditation by the vet is taking effect.

But I have NO DOUBT whatsoever that the level was definitely raised by your treatment I am sure that she will get well much faster if she can take five more treatments from you. Please do come to Japan at your earliest convenience.

As for Manupukumaru ( a miniature dachshund, 16 years old, male ), he lost sight from cataract just before you came to Japan. His action was dull because of blindness and he sat still most of the time. But after the treatment, he is more active and doesn’t just sit still. I have a feeling he will live long. I would like you to give him more treatments next time.

Of course, Olaf ( a miniature dachshund, 12 years old, female ), Ryunosuke ( a miniature dachshund, 11 years old, male ), and Wiena ( a miniature dachshund, 10 years old, female ) are all well effected one another by your treatments. Even though they are all over 10 years old, they still enjoy running around on the beach or even surfing in the water.

Our vet jokingly says that our dogs will never need special food for old dogs.

We are awaiting your return.

Thank you very much, Dr. Yoza.

Mommy of Kuropika Family