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.
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.
Colon-Liver Cancer: Strong Faith in God Part 2
Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia
Guan is a 58-year-old man from Indonesia. After having coughs for two months, he went to see a doctor. An X-ray was taken. His doctor suspected pneumonia with mass in his lung. Guan then went to a private hospital in Johor for further consultation. A CT scan done on 6 December 2011 indicated cancer in his right lung that had spread to his liver. There was right pleural and pericardial effusion. Guan then went to Singapore where a biopsy was performed. This cost him about S$1,500 but the results were not definitive and rather puzzling. The doctor suggested chemotherapy. He was told that with chemotherapy, he would be able to live for another two years. Without chemotherapy, he would only have six months.
Ling was 60 years old when she first came to see us. She is a known Hepatitis C carrier for over a decade. She did nothing about it, and ate anything she liked. A blood test done on 12 December 2008 indicated elevated liver enzymes and her alpha-fetoprotein was at 75. A repeat of her liver function test done on 31 March 2009 was not good either. A CT scan done on 15 April, 2009 indicated cirrhosis of the liver with portal hypertension. A 13 mm lesion was seen in the right lobe, consistent with a haemangioma. A 15mm cyst was seen in the left lobe of her liver. Her doctor suggested she undergo treatment. Listen to her.
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.
About 5 years ago, Sonny, 59-year-old male was diagnosed with Hepatitis B. He opted for herbal treatment from Taiwan. In six months, his alpha-fetoprotein increased further. He continued to take this herb until today. 3 years ago he saw doctor who prescribed him Lamivudine. In September 2011, he had bloated stomach and lost his strength. An ultrasound indicated liver tumour. He went to Singapore to seek help. He was offered Nexavar, an oral chemo drug.