CANCER STORY: Success & Hard Truth

Colon-Liver: Fourteen Years On The Herbs

Koh/342, was 75-year-old when she was diagnosed with colon cancer in 1997. She underwent an operation. An ultrasound done on 15 July 1997 indicated ill defined masses in the right lobe of the liver. The left lobe appear spared but slight dilatation of the ducts are seen. Conclusion: liver metastasis.

Due to her age, she did not undergo any further medical treatment. Her daughter came to seek our help on 25 July 1997. Koh was started on Capsule A ...

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Colon-Liver: Story of Tony


Tony was a 67-year-old male. He was diagnosed with colon cancer sometime in late December 1995. An operation was done to remove the cancer. Unfortunately the cancer had spread to the liver as well. In view of the extensive metastasis, Tony’s doctor concluded that chemotherapy or radiotherapy would be of limited benefit. His prognosis was extremely poor. The doctors then told Tony’s daughter: “Bring him home, organize a party for him and tell him that he had cancer. Let him ...

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Colon-Liver: Story of Goh

Goh,73 year-old male, was diagnosed with colon cancer. He opted for alternative healing instead of an operation. With the help of his son, he changed to a totally raw, vegetarian diet. After two months, the tumours in the colon mysteriously disappeared. The doctor took numerous X-rays on him and was baffled as to what had happened. Believing that he was cured, Goh went back to his old ways and diet! Within two months, the cancer came back. This time he ...

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Liver Cancer: Surgery and Chemotherapy

Did Not Cure Him

Ram is a 38-year-old male. He had stomach pains for about 3 months. His stools were hard and sometimes were blood stained. He went to a private hospital and did an X-ray. The doctor found nothing wrong with him. But his problems still persisted. Ram went to another private hospital. A CTscan on 17 April 2007 showed a 3.5 cm mass at the recto-sigmoid junction. There were multiple nodules approximately 10 mm each in Segments 6 and ...

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Liver Cancer or Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)

1.      About 90% to 95% of primary liver tumours are hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and they arise from the parenchyma cells within the liver.

2.      Cancers that arise from other primary sites (such as colon, rectum, pancreas, breasts, ovaries and stomach) may end up in the liver, giving rise to metastatic liver cancer. Metastatic liver cancer is thirty to forty times more common than HCC.

3.      Liver cancer represents 7.8% of the cancer cases we have seen. It ranked the fourth most ...

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Fool’s Paradise: More Money or Your Life


Tony was a 49-year old male. A CT scan of the abdomen done in November 2002 indicated mild dilatation of the biliary tree and pancreatic duct, likely due to a peri-ampullary neoplasm.

Tony went to Singapore and underwent an operation on 15 November 2002. A part of his stomach, duodenum, proximal jejunum, head of the pancreas and gall bladder were removed.

The histopathology report indicated moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma at the ampulla of Vater with ulceration of the duodenal papilla. After the surgery, the doctor told Tony that everything was ...

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Lung Cancer: A Review


Lung cancer has an overall poor prognosis and low survival rate. The expected five-year survival rate in the US is about 15%. Sixty percent of patients die within one year of diagnosis and 80% die within five years.

For those with advanced disease, the median survival is four to six months if untreated, and 10% to 15% will remain alive for one year.

Lung cancer is often diagnosed too late, and it has often spread beyond the chest to other parts of the body ...

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The Story of My Buddy: Colon-Liver Cancer


Hanafi and I come from the same state of Kelantan. In short, we are Kelantanese. Never mind that he is a Malay and I, a Chinese; he a Muslim and I, a Christian. As Kelantanese we share a strong bond of friendship and trust.  But these are not all. We were classmates while studying at theCollege of Agriculture (Malaya) in the 1960s. And being Serdangites we share another common bond of comradeship. After we graduated ...

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No healing

For Those Who Acted Too Smart, Too Educated and Too Demanding

Mr. Nut was a 56-year-old male. Sometime in January 2001, he went to see a doctor with a history of bloody stools. A colonoscopy indicated colon cancer. An ultrasound scan demonstrated multiple metastases in the liver.

Nut underwent palliative surgery after receiving 14 cycles of chemotherapy. At first the treatment showed good response. Then the CEA started to increase from 5.7 in November 2002, to 24.6 in March 2003. A ...

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Surgery and Radiotherapy

Did Not Cure Cervical Cancer: Recurrence After Twelve Years


Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers that affect the female reproductive organs. It occurs at the cervix – the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. About 11,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year and nearly 4,000 (or 36.4%) die from it. Worldwide it is estimated that there are 473,000 cases of cervical cancer each year and 253,500 women (or ...

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Doctor’s Prognosis of Doom

Herbs Made Him Live


Eddy from Indonesia came to our centre on 18 June 2007. He brought his father-in-law who suffered from lymphoma to see us. This was Eddy’s second visit here. His first visit was on 22 April 2005 when he came with a colleague to seek our help regarding his colleague’s father, Sugi, who had lung cancer.

During this June 2007 visit, I enquired from Eddy about Sugi’s health – is he still alive? The answer was: Sure, he is doing well I was ...

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Cancer Recurred

After Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy


Tahe (M319), a 75-year-old male from Bogor, Indonesia started smoking since the age of eighteen. In 2000 he underwent a heart by-pass surgery. In 2005 he had flu-like symptoms and had difficulty in breathing. These problems persisted for about three months. He then went to a hospital in Jakartaand was diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB). He was put on TB drugs. However, after taking medication for a week he had more coughs. Not satisfied, he went to a private hospital in Singapore.

Tahe, his ...

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Lung Cancer: Written Off Case

Survived Three And A Half Years With Herbs


Kok, 64-year-old retired accountant, was a heavy smoker. He started smoking since young. His father was a cigarette manufacturer. Sometime in June 2004, he started to cough, had chest pains and shortness of breath. His weight decreased from 53.5 kg to 48.9 kg. The doctor in the government hospital suspected he had tuberculosis (TB) and Kok was referred to the Respiratory Institute. Upon ...

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No Medical Treatment Indicated Went On Herbs


K118, was a 75-year-old lady. She suffered from chronic asthma besides high blood pressure. On 28 January 2003, A CT scan indicated a well-defined enhancing lesion in the anterior mediastinum to the left of the ascending aorta. It measures 2.5 cm in diameter. Moderate right-sided pleural effusion with passive collapse of the left lower lobe.


A tru-cut biopsy indicated adenocarcinoma of the lung. At her age, chemotherapy or radiotherapy was not indicated. Her son came ...

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Herbs For Stage 3 Lung Cancer


Tan /b979, was a 72 year-old male who had been smoking for the last fifty-plus years. Sometime in December 2003, he expelled out sticky, blood-stained phlegm. A bronchoscopy indicated lung cancer, stage 3B. There was a 15 x 24 mm nodule in the right hilum. It was situated less than 2 cm from the carina.  

The doctor told him that it would be good enough if he could live for six months. Another doctor told him that he could last for only a ...

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Terminal Lung Cancer

JW Reclaimed His Health Through CA Care Therapy


JW Barham was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer that has spread to the adrenals in June 2008. He was asked to undergo chemotherapy and radiotherapy. With the treatment he would have 12 months to live but without treatment it would be 6 months. JW refused further medical treatment and opted for CA Care Therapy.

After six months, JW found himself six feet ...

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RM 300,000 of Medical Adventures Did Not Cure Him


Henry, a 54-year old male, came to see us on 24 April 2009. He told us that he had spent about RM 300,000 to cure his lung cancer but failed. He could not see how medical science could help him any more. Also, he had spent enough money and probably is not able to spend anymore chasing after his cancer. Below is a brief outline of what had happened.

  1. Henry was then 50 years old. Sometime in September 2003, he started to have ...
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The Patient Died

After A Meaningless Decline of CA 15.3 and Tumour Shrinkage Following Treatment With Iressa and Tarceva


I received an e-mail from Dr. Mark (not real name), a Ph.D. in cancer biology working in a hospital. This is what he wrote:

After visiting the CA CARE website … I realized that this is what I have been looking for in order to help my mum. I would like my mum to try your herbal therapy.

My mum is 70 years old. She had coughs ...

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Lymphoma Recurred

Two Years After Intensive Chemo. Took Herbs and Remained Well for Seven Years Now


Siew (A948) was 20 years old when he suffered high fevers on and off in 1996. There was also a lump on the left side of his neck. He consulted a Chinese sinseh who told him that this was due to heatiness. Since the problem persisted,

The treatment consisted of the following:

Induction Phase
1. Vincristine on days 1, ...

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NHL-Kidney: Cancer-free

After Six Months on the Herbs

Peter shared his story with us in July 2000.

The kidney specialist told me I had to go for a kidney biopsy. First, they did an ultrasound on me. The doctor told me: Mr. Tham, I’m sorry to say that the report has come back, and you are in the third stage of cancer. You have a cancer in both kidneys. I was shocked. I ...

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