I had a cyst on my back, next to my right shoulder blade for the last 10 years. The cyst was about 3 1/2 to 4 inches in diameter and protruded about 1 inch.
While it was on my back and not uncomfortable, during the summer when not wearing a shirt, it was readily noticeable to others. About 5 years ago, when visiting the doctor with the flu the doctor commented on the cyst and suggested he could remove it for me surgically. Well, about the beginning of March, I started taking Immunocal. Several weeks later the cyst had started weeping. Squeezing the cyst would, on occasion, produce a white pus. After about 3 to 4 weeks, the cyst was noticeably smaller and producing a clear fluid. Six weeks later the cyst has virtually disappeared. At first I thought the changing condition was just a natural phenomena. Then after a period of several weeks, it occurred to me that the one thing that had changed was that I was taking Immunocal.
While this may be a coincidence, after 10 years or 120 months, it disappeared in the same month that I was taking Immunocal for the first time.