The patient was seen for the first time in June 1995 for prostatic cancer with multiple bone metastases: cervical, dorsal and lumbar vertebrae, ribs, iliac wing and left hip region. He suffers with atrocious pains which do not respond to steroid infiltrations. It was so painful that he wished his leg to be cut off.
He received treatment for his prostate: five irradiation treatments followed by (May 1995 ) hormone therapy. (Eulexine, Enanthone and Moscontin). His PSA levels remain high. He also suffers with a coxarthrosis. He receives a number of remedies which allows the Moscontin to be stopped and the PSA levels to normalise. (Scorpio, Ceanothus, Carcinosin, Staphysagria, Natrum ars, Calc sulf and Pulsatilla)
He undergoes a right hip replacement in January 2001. Several months later starts to suffer from his left hip. (October 2001). He is constipated and suffers with hemorrhoids and hypertension. I have difficulty in determining his remedy because I cannot find the characteristic traits of his personality. I am told he is ‘too kind’ and very sensitive to injustice.
Then a theme of DIY and adjustment appears:
‘I am always working in my attic building things. I make all the utensils necessary for my bathroom. I made a table and a step for the grand children. I adore doing this.
“Things have to be made with precision, up to 1/10mm. If something does not go as planned, I get cross and feel like trashing it all.”
Dream: “I cannot start the car, there is no keyhole to put the key in.”
Dream: “Somebody stole my electric wood plane, it is atrocious.”
“It is a nightmare and am glad to wake up”.
“I am a DIY person. I like things to be smooth and plane so there is no rubbing”.
The key and the hole, Freudians would have seen something sexual. Not in this case: he is a DIY man and having lost his wood plane is a nightmare, it is a problem of adjustment.
I then understand why he is too kind: he likes to adjust things and is sensitive to injustice: he does not like people not respecting others.
He feels really well on all levels. ‘Even my stools have become regular. I really appreciate it.’
His blood pressure is normal for the first time in a long while. The pain in his hip is reduced by 25%
Stools are perfect, does not suffer with his knee anymore. His hip was better but the pain returns.
His hip improves again for 2 months and then returns. He has a hip replacement in July ’02 and since then all is well: PSA 0.5, normal blood pressure.
He receives further doses of Phytolacca in December ’03, November ’04, (PSA had risen to 3.17 and returned to normal after this dose), March ’05 (cough), September ’06 (slipped disc). July ’07 acute pneumopathy, easily resolved.
April ’08, he is still very well.
Vita Dr Fayeton:
Medical studies in Paris, doctor in 1960
1965 – 1967 Homoeopathy in Region of Toulouse, urgency city
1968-1969 Rwanda, homoeopathy in bush health centre
1971-2008 Practice in Le Puy-en-Velay
1977 – 1983 Teaching of Homoeopathy for the ‘Groupe lyonnais d’etudes Medicales Lyon’
1984 – 2008 Founder and President of AFADH (AFADH ; Association FranÃ§aise pour l’Approfondissement de la Doctrine HomÃ©opathique = French association for the profound study of homeopathic doctrine)
First teaching in homeopathy: pluralist technique, CHF in Paris, 1959
‘I found that pluralist prescription was irrational and always used only one remedy at a time.’ Further homeopathy education:
1969-70 Unicist technique, Dr Mureau in Belgium
1970-71 With Dr Schmidt in France.
2003 meeting with Dr Masi.