Prostate Cancer: 1 Story of A Man With Prostate Cancer

Bahasa: Chinese (Cantonese)/ English

CN (H878) is a 61-year-old male. He suffered urine blockage for the past four to five years. With Xatral (medication for trating symptoms of enlarged prostate), his problem was resolved. When he suffered severe back pain, further tests showed metastatic carcinoma consistent with a primary from the prostate. His PSA was at 1018. Lucrn injection plus oral Casodex, his PSA level dropped from 991 to 0.2 in six months. However, after six months, the PSA started to rise from 0.2 – 25.1. CN was asked to go for chemotherapy. He declined and came to CA Care for help. He presented with the following: unable to sleep, had backache, no strength and had difficulty bending forward, difficulty moving left arm, suffered bot flushes and felt “internal heat”.


Prostate Cancer: 2 CRASH!

When all is well, health began to deteriorate – with severe pains and difficulty in walking. Why?


Prostate Cancer: 3 Walking Difficulties Resolved after e-Therapy and Herbs




Kidney Cancer: Part 1 – Die of Cancer But Don’t Die A Bankrupt

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia

It is bad enough to be diagnosed with metastatic kidney cancer. The situation gets more grim when you are told that there would be no cure. And you are told to take a drug that cost 100 million rupiah a month that may prolong your life from 2 months to 2 years (at most). The doctor scold you for not wanting to take the medication “because the more you wait, the more the cancer will spread and spread. You will not have any more hope”.
To offer a solution whereby the drug cost so much money is not solution to a normal wage earner. It is bad enough to get cancer but it would be even worse to make him a bankrupt while he is still alive – and perhaps leave a pile of debt that requires even his grandchildren to repay. Even if he live for an extra two years. What good is that?
On top of that, prolonging life comes with another price – severe side-effects.
So, is it really worth it?


Kidney Cancer: Part 2 – Expensive Drug That Does Not Cure


Breast and Lung Cancer: Three Sisters with Cancer – One Died Two Alive

Language: English

Henry has four sisters. Sister No.1 was diagnosed with lung cancer in June 2010. She was the thrid member of the family to have cancer. Sister No.3 had breast cancer about ten years ago. She was the first member of the family to have cancer. She underwent mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy and died within a year. Then Sister No.4 was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2004. She was the second member in the family with cancer. Both sisters who cancer after the first sister died are still alive. They took a different path in their treatment and healing.

Lung Cancer: Part 1 – An Outstanding Survivor

Language: Hokkien 

Sunday night, 18 November 2012 was a special night for us at CA Care Penang. Sujo, his wife and daughter came for a visit! We never thought we would see this patient again. The last time we saw him was in February 2011. Almost 2 years! We praise God for his blessings.
Briefly, Sujo was 58 years old when he came to see us. He is from Indonesia. Sometime in August 2010, he experienced breathlessness when climbing stairs. A CT scan in October 2010 indicated gross left pleural effusion associated with lung collapse. There was a lesion at T4 vertebral body associated with erosion. This means the cancer had spread to his bones.
The doctor taped out 2 litres of fluid from his lung. He was asked to go for chemotherapy, but he finally decided not to go ahead with the treatment. Instead, he came to CA Care.


Part 2 – Experience with Iressa & Tarceva While on CA Care Therapy

After encountering disaster after disaster, Sujo had no choice but to turn to the “cancer doctor” in his home town for help. Initially he was prescribed Iressa, which he took for 10 days and gave up due to the side effects. He then moved on to Tarceva.


Part 3 – Side Effects of Medical Treatment

In this video, you hear about (1) the side effects of surgery and (2) the side effects of Tarceva experienced by Sujo.


Part 4 – Can e-Therapy Help Him?

In general, when patients come and see us, they face two problems. One, they suffer the side effects of medical treatments (Part 3). We are expected to solve these problems for them. Two, we also have to take care of their cancer – by right our main concern. While the management of cancer takes place at home, we actively “work” with patients on their pain and physical issues.

Liver Cancer: Squamous Cell Carcinoma Flared Up after Liver CA Resolved

Language: English / Cantonese

HY is a 54-year male from Hong Kong. He was diagnosed with liver cancer (HCC- hepatocellular carcinoma) in 2007. There was a 3cm mass at segment 8 of his liver. CT scan showed that there was a stricture of his bile duct. In mid-March 2009, HY’s sister contacted us about her brother’s illness and requested for help. HY was a smoker. HY’s problems at that time were as follows:
Difficulty sleeping. Slept 3-4 hours a day, from 3-4 a.m. and woke up at 7-8 a.m. Always feeling tired. Frequent urination, once every 15-20 minutes. CT scan on 15 December, 2008 indicated tumour in segment 8 of liver (3.7X3,7X3.6cm in size). The intrahepatic ducts were still dilated. There was a 6 mm nodule at base of right lung.


Rectal Liver Cancer: Part 1 – Do Not Believe the Prognosis

Language: English

USG, CT scan, and PET scan do not tell the same story. Doctor said: 6 months to live.


Rectal Liver Cancer: Part 2 – Patients, You Need Not Die Yet

Leo is a 51-year-old man. He was diagnosed with cancer of the rectum. He had chemotherapy and radiotherapy. After the treatment, the tumour in his rectum was resected. CT scan confirmed metastasis to his liver and was asked to go for more chemotherapy. He declined. He turned to herbs. After being on CA Care therapy for more than a month, Leo did another CT scan and got in touch with Chris Teo.


Rectal Liver Cancer: Part3 – Can’t afford Avastin, Gave up Xeloda

Leo is a 51-year-old man. He was diagnosed with cancer of the rectum But his cancer had spread to his liver. He had 6 cycles of chemotherapy and 25 sessions of radiotherapy. After the treatment, he had a surgery to remove the tumour in his rectum. CT scan showed he was not cured – the tumour in his liver was still there. Leo was asked to go for more chemotherapy. He declined. He wasthen prescribed Xeloda. He took 3 cycles of Xeloda and gave up. He turned to herbs.

Part 1: Drugs did not cure me. Let me die

Language: English

There are 3 parts to this story. It is about a search for another option for cancer treatment after 7X of chemotherapy had failed. Doctors had given up.


Part 2: Her Last Option

My prayer before I slept: “If she has to die, let her die in peace. If she lives, then let her live.”


Part 3: CA Care Therapy Helped, But She Died

After 6 days on herbs, (without any medication) she was better. She passed a lot of stools that have “nice” shape. She used to be constipated, then have diarrhea. She appeared more fresh and has more energy. She slept like a baby for 3 hours. She experienced less pain. Though the body is tired, her mind was clear and fresh.