Walking, Sensitivity of Legs & Stiff Neck Improved After e-Therapy

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia

Three years ago, CR underwent a surgery for hip and shoulder joint replacement. After this, she had the following problems:
1) Her left leg felt heavy when walking.
2) There were pricking (electric) sensation when the tips of her left leg fingers were touched or when he left foot stepped on something small.
3) There was numbness in her lower left leg.
Her surgeon was not able to help her. That is the way it is. Or CR can go for another operation to correct the problem!
A month ago, she developed a stiff neck. She underwent the e-Therapy when she came to our centre in Penang. And it is with great satisfaction to note that the e-Therapy helped her very much.


Kidney-Bone Cancer: Herbs and e-Therapy Helped Reduce His Pain

Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia

RZ is a 48 year-old Indonesian. He came to seek our help on 18 March 2012, immediately after being discharged from a private hospital. He was in severe pain. Three days after the e-Therapy, his pain was very much relieved.

Stomach Cancer: Fainted and In ICU After One Chemo

Language:  Hokkien

Lisa is a 35-year-old Indonesian lady. In October 2009, she passed out black stools. She went for medical treatment and seemed to be alright. But in January 2010, a CT scan showed a thickening of the gastric antral wall, consistent with the clinical findings of carcinoma. She went for an operation to remover her stomach. The histopathology dated 12 January 2010 confirmed a diffucse type of adenocarcinoma of stomach, T2N1M1, Stage 4. After 1 cycle of chemotherapy, she fainted and was admitted to the ICU. She was discharged four days later, but could hardly remember many things. She recovered only after one month.

Lymphoma: CHOP-R Almost Chopped Her Off

Language: English

Pat is a 72-year-old lady. Sometime in mid-2010, she was on TB medication for six months. Her legs, abdomen and hands were swollen. A CT scan done on 22 December 2010 showed a 12.1×10.7×5.6 cm mass in the para-aortic region and there were masses involving the left kidney and bilateral adrenal glands. CT chest showed cardiomegaly with mild pericardial effusion. The likely diagnosis is lymphoma.
A biopsy done on 16 February 2011 confirmed diffuse large B cell lymphoma. Pat underwent chemotherapy. The regimen used was CHOP-R, consisting of Cyclephosphamide + Andriamycin + Vincristine + Prenisolone + Rituximab.
The first cycle that Pat received on 24 February 2011 was of low dosage. She received the a full dose during her second cycle. A week later, Pat suffered severe side effects and her husband said, “She as almost ‘chopped off’ by CHOP-R.”
Pat and her family decided to give up further chemotherapy. They came to seek our help on 23 April 2011. She presented with “bad” liver. On 15 February 2012, Pat is doing well now.