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.
RO and RA are sisters. Both had breast cancer.
I had breast cancer. I kept telling people I was not sick. I only had breast cancer. It did not affect anything else. I wasn’t sick. I wasn’t sick!
Mary (not real name) was a forty-six year-old lady. She was diagnosed with right breast cancer in October 2004 and underwent a mastectomy. She was asked to undergo chemotherapy but declined, preferring to follow the CA Care Therapy. She was started on the herbs: Capsule A & B, LL-tea, Liver-P and Breast M on 28 November 2004. She was doing very well while on our therapy. On 28 November 2006 we interviewed Mary about her health. For full details of her story read Chapter 9 of Breast Cancer: The Herbal Option.
Mary: Do look at me. No words can describe how well I feel. Actually before this medical report was out (showing her latest blood test results), my heart already knew that it would be better than the last time because I could feel it myself. I feel better although I am tired at times. But with the right balance of food, and a little bit of rest in between, I am up and about again. Fifteen minutes nap and a few deep breaths — even though I might be very tired, I would be up again.
Breast Cancer Recurrence
The gist of our conversation:
- Complacency: In 2005 (when first diagnosed) and 2006 she complied fully with our therapy. In 2007, she started to become adventurous – hovering around in the forbidden territory. And in 2008, she totally forgot about what CA Care Therapy was all about.
- No herbs, bad diet: In December 2008, cancer reared its ugly head again!
- No monitoring: She did not even do any blood test in 2008.
- Pushing the Boundary: What prompted her to try push her boundary? She was over-confident! She felt she was already well and therefore “cured.” Her explanation was, “I was trying to live a normal life.” She wanted to go into the “main stream” and behaved like others who did not have cancer.
Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia
MT is a 44-year-old female from Batam. In August 2005, she found a thumb-sized lump in her right breast. She underwent mastectomy followed by 6 cycles of chemotherapy and 30 radiation treatments. She took tamoxifen for 5 years.
MT was told by her doctors that she had an early stage breast cancer and she had a 90% chance of cure. She believed her doctors and did exactly as what was told. MT spent a total of 60 million rupiahs for her medical treatment.
In April 2011, MT started having pains in her tail bone and shoulder blade. She took “jamu” (Indonesian herbs). The pain became more intense. Her legs started to hurt. She became breathless — could not walk far as she tires easily.
A CT scan in February 2012 indicated metastasis to her bones. She gave up medical treatment and came to seek our help on 9 March 2012.
After Two Months on CA Care Therapy
About two months on CA Care herbs, MT came back to see us. Her health had improved and there was no more pain. But when she stopped taking the Pain Tea, the pain came back. As she was in Penang for a week, MT was put on the e-Therapy for her pains.
Pain Gone After e-Therapy
Watch the first part of the video carefully. She walked with difficulty and with a limp. She had difficulty sitting down and getting up.
The second part of the video shows what happened to MT after the e-Therapy. After two to four sessions, MT appeared to be a “different person” — free from all pains. She is able to walk normally (no more limps). Sitting down and getting up is no problem anymore.
Language: Bahasa Indonesia / Malaysia
Ati is a 44-year-old lady from Acheh, Indonesia. In early 2011, the nipple in her right breast retracted. There was no discharge, but she felt pulling pains. Although Ati was a staff in a hospital, she refused medical treatment. She went to seek the help of a sinseh in Medan and was took his herbs. Since this did not help, she came to a private hospital in Penang in February 2011.
In Penang, Ati underwent a mastectomy. The histopathology report indicated an infriltrating ductal carcinoma, Stage 2 (T2bN1Mx). One of the five axillary lymph nodes was positive for metastatic cancer.
Ati went back to Acheh and started to take the tea of sour sop leaves for about one and half months. She came back to see her surgeon again for a follow up. An MRI done on 8 April indicated multiple ill define mixed lytic and sclerotic lesions involving the spine – predominantly at the lower thoracic and lumbar spine as well as in the pelvis.
She declined chemotherapy. MRI done on 5 December 2011 revealed extensive vertebral metastasis involving thoracic and lumbar spine. Fracture at L4 vertebra and bilateral neuroforaminal narrowing at L4/5 and L3/4.
Ati and her husband came to seek our help on 8 December 2011. She presented with severe pains in her backbone and wind in her abdomen. She was prescribed some herbs. On 1 January, 2012 Ati came back complaining of persisting severe pain. We put her on e-Therapy to help her with her pains and restricted mobility.
After my mother had her mastectomy, the oncologist asked her to go for six cycles of chemotherapy and fifteen sessions of radiotherapy. He said: “Patients overseas do these treatments. We must follow what they do. So your mother has to do the same treatments.”