Missing success stories and missing success in general
It would be great to see more success stories posted for all kinds of alternative therapies, including ozone treatments. We do see some, and I know that the poster you address has evidently had quite a few, but we don't see a whole lot of success testimonials. It was the same way when a former member here highlly advocated ozone treatment.
I think that part of the problem is that many people are reluctant to post that they have been cured of cancer. Now, some proclaim it loudly to the skies, but others keep their success private. I know that in the cancer group I have at Yahoo, there are now over 2700 members. Yet at any given time there are not much more than 100 people who are actively posting. And, while we have success stories posted on the forum, I actually get more success stories from members sent to me by private email than are posted on the forum. I suppose that is typical of many forums - including here at CZ where I often see well over 30,000 people online but a fairly small number actually posting.
There are now well over 350 different alternative therapies for cancer. Some are much better than others and some are better for certain kinds of cancer than others. And that does not count the people who decide to cobble together a few supplements and such and count that as an alternative treatment. So long as mainstream medicine holds rigid control over the cut, poison and burn (surgery, chemo and radiation) therapies that address the symptoms of cancer instead of the root cause and so long as alternative therapies are suppressed and rejected, it will be very hard to scientifically quantify alternative success rates.
The best the cancer patient can do is do their own due diligence and thoroughly seek out information about the therapies they wish to consider and, imo, then embrace a complete anti-cancer lifestyle and protocol which includes not only some powerful cancer fighters and immune boosters, but also healthy changes in diet and nutrition, physical activity, exposure to direct and indirect sunlight, contact with nature and the soil, elimination of toxins in the body and the environment, management of stress and more.
Too often, people attempt to beat cancer with half measures and without arming themselves with as much information as possible. When the stakes of the game are your very life, then I advise you to go "all in".