Melanoma: Deadly Skin Cancer – Three of Her Fellow Patients Had Died but She is Fine With Herbs

Language: Hokkien

Sometime in 2007, SN a 50-year-old female had a surgery to remove a black mole on her right foot. It was a melanoma – a dangerous and deadly skin disease. She did not do any chemotherapy or radiotherapy. No medication was prescribed.
About a year later, there was a swelling in her right inguinal region. A biopsy confirmed metastatic melanoma. The lump was removed via surgery. She was asked to go for chemotherapy. She declined. There was no further medical treatment. she went for routine check up every 3 – 6 months.
On 23rd March 2009, SN came to seek our help after reading the Chinese newspaper, Kong Ming. She only presented with a swelling leg. She was prescribed some herbs. She visit us once every three to six months to update her progress.
On 16 December 2011, almost 3 years since her first visit, she and her husband shared her experience that many readers ought to know.

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Colon-Lung Cancer: Surgery & Chemo Did Not Cure Her

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Bahasa Malaysia

Sar is a 63-year-old lady diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer in 2008. Her daughters decided to bring their mom to Singapore to get the best possible treatment. She had surgery followed by radiotherapy, but no chemotherapy. In June 2009, her cancer had spread to her lungs. She went for chemotherapy, but in less than a year, her cancer progressed further. She had more chemotherapy and her cancer continued to progress. It was meaningless.

Utero-Ovary-Lung Cancer: Part 1 – She Almost Died … After Chemo

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Bahasa Malaysia

RJ was a tennis champion. She is 55 years old.In April 2010, a tumor (8cm) was found in her uterus. She underwent a total hysterectomy. Cancer was not mentioned.
3 months later, RJ was asked to do a CT scab and a PET scan. She was told she had cancer and was advised to go for chemotherapy. She refused. Instead, she went to Singapore. A PET scan indicated metastasis to her lungs. Her family were told that with chemotherapy, she had a 40% chance of cure. She underwent a total of about 20 cycles of chemotherapy (Gemzar & Docetaxel, Doxorubicin and Avastin) over a period of one and half years.
After this, the doctor told her that her lungs were clear of cancer. In spite of that, she was told to take an oral chemo drug, Iressa for 3 months. She suffered itchiness throughout her body. She was told to stop taking Iressa as this was an effect from Iressa.

A scan in September 2011 showed nodules in both lungs. The largest mass being about 7.2 X 5.8 cm. RJ went for more chemotherapy as advised by her doctor. Two days after her return from Singapore, she started to cough and had fevers.
Her condition deteriorated and she became breathless. Despite oxygen being given, she was breathing like a fish out of water, gasping for air. Her eyes rolled upwards and was unable to recognize people around her.

 

Part 2 – Hope After Herbs: Three Days of Herbs While in Hospital

Indeed, it was a great surprise on the morning of 20 December 2011 when RJ, accompanied by her doctor friend and family members came to CA Care, Penang. RJ was discharged from the hospital the day before and this morning, they flew to Penang. Listen to this miraculous story yourself.

 

Part 3 -A Miracle Happened: An Interview with Her Daughter and Her Brother

 

Part 4 – Health Improved with e-Thearpy

On 20 December 2011, RJ was not able to urinate. Her bladder felt full and distended. After the first deTox programme on e-Therapy, she felt better. Her fingers are not tight any more. She can now move her feet – previous to this, she was not able to do so. She can even stand by herself. On 21 December, 2011 she reported that her urination problem was resolved. She was able urinate again.

Liver Cancer: Better to Become a Full-stomach Ghost

Language: English

This is about the story of a liver cancer man. When he was diagnosed with liver cancer, there was nothing doctors in Singapore and Chine could do for him. Doctors estimated that he could live 3-6 months. On 18 May, 2007 he came to CA Care Penang and sought our help. He took CA Care herbs regularly but did not comply to our healthy diet. He lived another one and a half years before he passed away peacefully. According to his son,the herbs helped to stabilize his condition. He did not suffer any pain and was active like normal people.

Prostate Cancer: PSA Dropping and He Preferred CA Care Herbs to Casodex and Zoladex

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Bahasa Malaysia

69-year-old ML is from Indonesia. on 6 September 2011, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Before this diagnosis, ML’s PSA had been rising since 1 April, 2008. When he learnt about CA Care, he was on Casodex and Zoladex. Although his PSA dropped from 47.67 to 4.67, he decided to switch to CA Care herbs for fear of the side effects of Casodex and Zoladex. Now, he is very happy as his PSA continue to drop while only on CA Care herbs.

Metastatic Breast Cancer: From Despair to Hope, From Hope to Healing

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Bahasa Malaysia

This patient was diagnosed with breast cancer that had spread to her bones. She went to China for chemotherapy, cryoablation and radioactive seeding. Despite all these, she was unable to walk. Her left leg was in pain and swollen. Two months later, she had surgery for her leg, but her pains persisited. In late September 2011, she suffered pains in her abdomen and was hospitalized. She refused further medical treatment. Later she learned about CA Care through another patient.

Ovarian Cancer: After Surgery Left Leg Swollen, Painful, Uncomfortable

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Bahasa Malaysia

For about a year, SLK had complaints of abdominal distension with mild pain, on and off. An ultrasound showed a large ovarian cyst with nodules. On 4 October 2011 she underwent a surgery in a private hospital in Penang. 8 days after her surgery, she was discharged. She suffered cramps and muscle pull in her left thigh. She was hospitalized again for 6 days. But the pains and discomfort did not go away. The doctor told her that he had done his best and could not offer any more help.