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.

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Cancer of the Rectum Stage 3: Nine Years on Herbs

Language: Hokkien

ST is a lady from Medan, Indonesia. She was 50 years old when diagnosed with Stage 3 Rectal Cancer in 2002 after a surgery in December, 2002.
About a year before this diagnosis, she passed out blood in her stools. She tried all kinds of herbs but of no help. After her surgery, the doctor suggested she go for radiotherapy, but she refused. Instead, she came to see us on 18 April 2003, and started taking our herbs. Today, 9 years later ST dropped by our centre to tell us that her doctor just told her that everything is normal.