The Neltron PDT as a new type of Gene Medicine uses the Thyroid Gland as a master enzimatic Mega Electron Volt Induction Avenue, enhancing the human ATP to ADP conversion as an energy booster for the IMMUNE SYSTEM.

The NELTRON PDT applications involve three key components: an alkali-sensitizer agent, a light source and a tissue of negative oxygen rich in Lithium Anions.

The Combination of these three components lead to the chemical destruction of any tissues which have either selectively taken up the alkali-sensitizer which have been locally exposed to light. The method extracts large amount of free radicals from the body and provides the Best Balance of the Human pH.


Definition of Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Researchers believe that fibromyalgia amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way your brain processes pain signals.

Symptoms sometimes begin after a physical trauma, surgery, infection or significant psychological stress. In other cases, symptoms gradually accumulate over time with no single triggering event.

Women are much more likely to develop fibromyalgia than are men. Many people who have fibromyalgia also have tension headaches, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety and depression.


Symptoms of fibromyalgia include: 

 Widespread pain. The pain associated with fibromyalgia often is described as a constant dull ache that has lasted for at least three months. To be considered widespread, the pain must occur on both sides of your body and above and below your waist. 

 Fatigue. People with fibromyalgia often awaken tired, even though they report sleeping for long periods of time. Sleep is often disrupted by pain, and many patients with fibromyalgia have other sleep disorders, such as restless legs syndrome and sleep apnea.

Cognitive difficulties. A symptom commonly referred to as “fibro fog” impairs the ability to focus pay attention and concentrate on mental tasks.

Other problems. Many people who have fibromyalgia also may experience depression, headaches, and pain or cramping in the lower abdomen. 

Doctors don’t know what causes fibromyalgia, but it most likely involves a variety of factors working together. These may include: 

Genetics. Because fibromyalgia tends to run in families, there may be certain genetic mutations that may make you more susceptible to developing the disorder. 

Infections. Some illnesses appear to trigger or aggravate fibromyalgia. 

Physical or emotional trauma. Post-traumatic stress disorder has been linked to fibromyalgia. 

Why does it hurt? 

Researchers believe repeated nerve stimulation causes the brains of people with fibromyalgia to change. This change involves an abnormal increase in levels of certain chemicals in the brain that signal pain (neurotransmitters). In addition, the brain’s pain receptors seem to develop a sort of memory of the pain and become more sensitive, meaning they can overreact to pain signals. 

Risk factors for fibromyalgia include: 

Your sex. Fibromyalgia is diagnosed more often in women than in men. 

 Family history. You may be more likely to develop fibromyalgia if a relative also has the condition. 

Rheumatic disease. If you have a rheumatic disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus, you may be more likely to develop fibromyalgia. 

 The pain and lack of sleep associated with fibromyalgia can interfere with your ability to function at home or on the job. The frustration of dealing with an often-misunderstood condition also can result in depression and health-related anxiety

GENERAL SYMPTOMS Fatigue, made worse by physical exertion or stress Activity level decreased to less than 50% of pre-illness activity level Recurrent flu-like illness .

Sore throat Hoarseness Tender or swollen lymph nodes (glands), especially in neck and underarms Shortness of breath (air hunger) with little or no exertion Frequent sighing Tremor or trembling Severe nasal allergies (new allergies or worsening of previous allergies) Cough Night sweats Low-grade fevers Feeling cold often Feeling hot often Cold extremities (hands and feet) Low body temperature (below 97.6) Low blood pressure (below 110/70) Heart palpitations Dryness of eyes and/or mouth Increased thirst Symptoms worsened by temperature changes Symptoms worsened by air travel Symptoms worsened by stress.

PAIN Headache Tender points or trigger points Muscle pain Muscle twitching Muscle weakness Paralysis or severe weakness of an arm or leg Joint pain TMJ syndrome Chest pain.

GENERAL NEUROLOGICAL Lightheadedness; feeling “spaced out” Inability to think clearly (“brain fog”) Seizures Seizure-like episodes Syncope (fainting) or blackouts Sensation that you might faint Vertigo or dizziness Numbness or tingling sensations Tinnitus (ringing in one or both ears) Photophobia (sensitivity to light) Noise intolerance .

EQUILIBRIUM / PERCEPTION Feeling spatially disoriented Disequilibrium (balance difficulty) Staggering gait (clumsy walking; bumping into things) Dropping things frequently Difficulty judging distances (e.g. when driving; placing objects on surfaces) “Not quite seeing” what you are looking at .

SLEEP Hypersomnia (excessive sleeping) Sleep disturbance: unrefreshing or non-restorative sleep Sleep disturbance: difficulty falling asleep Sleep disturbance: difficulty staying asleep (frequent awakenings) Sleep disturbance: vivid or disturbing dreams or nightmares Altered sleep/wake schedule (alertness/energy best late at night) 

MOOD / EMOTIONS Depressed mood Suicidal thoughts.

 pain Changes in visual acuity (frequent changes in ability to see well) Difficulty with accommodation (switching focus from one thing to another) Blind spots in vision 

SENSITIVITIES Sensitivities to medications (unable to tolerate “normal” dosage) Sensitivities to odors (e.g., cleaning products, exhaust fumes, colognes, hair sprays) Sensitivities to foods Alcohol intolerance Alteration of taste, smell, and/or hearing .

UROGENITAL Frequent urination Painful urination or bladder pain Prostate pain Impotence , endometriosis worsening of premestrual síndrome (PMS) decreased livido (sex drive).

GASTROINTESTINAL  Stomach ache, abdominal cramps, nausea vomiting, Esophageal   reflux, frecuent diarhea, intestinal gas, Decreasee appetite, increased appetite, weight gain, Weight lose.

OTHER Hair loss, Mitral valve prolapse,Cancer dental problems, Periodontal (Gum) disease. Aphthous ulcers (canker sores). Endometriosis Worsening of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) Decreased libido (sex drive) 

SKIN Rashes or sores Eczema or psoriasis 

COGNITIVE Difficulty with simple calculations (e.g., balancing checkbook) 

Suicide attempts Feeling worthless Frequent crying Feeling helpless and/or hopeless Inability to enjoy previously enjoyed activities Increased appetite Decreased appetite Anxiety or fear when there is no obvious cause Panic attacks Irritability; overreaction Rage attacks: anger outbursts with little or no cause Abrupt, unpredictable mood swings Phobias (irrational fears) Personality changes

EYES AND VISION Eye pain Changes in visual acuity (frequent changes in ability to see well) .


Patient (almost blind); Mrs. Yiya (2014): 

I’m 93 years old woman, my left and right eyesight were greatly deteriorated. I was given a prescription at the beginning of the year and the glass’s were useless. I have wondered and suspected this may be due to my diabetes but for the most part my sugar levels were under control. One month later, a friend of mine introduced me Dr. Camus. I took a treatment with Neltron Photo Dynamic Therapy. At the first therapy, watching a movie on TV, I perfectly recognized the actor players. After 2 weeks of therapies(12), I recovered the vision that I had ten years ago. Thank’s Dr. Camus for your help.


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