CANCER STORY: Success & Hard Truth

Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL)


Devi (not real name) was diagnosed with NHL in June 1997. She underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy and suffered severe side effects. Unfortunately a year later, the cancer relapsed. Devi turned to herbs and her life was restored to normalcy. As of this writing Devi is doing very well.

Part 1: Devi on herbs

Part 2: Devi on chemotherapy

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Metastatic Melanoma-Lung Cancer


Guat (T672) is a 53-year-female. In 2006, she had been coughing out blood for the whole year. In September 2007, Guat underwent an operation to remove her appendix. Her throat was swollen after this operation. MRI of her neck on 7 October 2007 showed normal nasopharynx and thyroid. However, there was an irregular lesion at the right upper lobe of her lung.

A CT scan on 9 October 2007 showed 2 focal cavitating lesions at the right upper lobe and left ...

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NPC Recurred

He Took Herbs and Changed His Diet and was Healed

Jack, a 52-year-old male, was diagnosed with Stage 2 nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) in December 2002. He underwent thirty-five radiation treatments but these did not cure him. He suffered a recurrence eight months later. Jack was asked to undergo a surgery to open up his face so that the tumour could be removed. He was on the verge of doing that when a friend suggested that he looked for another option. Jack ...

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PSA Down To 0.2


HCY/b39 was a 83-year old male. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer that had spread to the bone. The MRI of the thoracolumbar spine done on 5 September 2000 indicated: Osteoporotic compression fracture vertebral body of L3. Moderate compression fracture vertebral body L1.

The PSA reading was 27.08.

The biopsy report dated 11 September 2000 is as follows: Right lobe: well differentiated adenocarcinoma of the prostate. Gleason Grade 2, Stage T 1b. Left lobe: Benign prostatic hypertrophy.

15 September 2000. The son came and ...

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Prostate Cancer with Bloody Urine

Three Months on Herbs PSA Down to 0.5.

It was one afternoon when Chris received a call from Pete (not real name), a 65-year-old man who suffered from prostate cancer. The following are what we can gather from his doctor’s letter faxed to us:

PSA= 61.8.  An MRI scan indicated enlarged prostate with features of BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia). In addition there were features highly suspicious of neoplasm involving the whole of the right peripheral zone and also a suspicious focus within the ...

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PSA at 674 Down to 2.6

After Four Months on Herbs and Goserelin Injection


LC/b516, is a 52-year old male. Sometime in December 2001, his urine flow became blocked. However, there was no pain or blood in the urine. By end of January 2002, the problem of urination blockage became more serious. The urine seemed to flow and stop, flow and stop. By mid-February 2002, LC suffered pains. He went to see a GP who prescribed antibiotics. There was no effect. A blood test later showed PSA=674.5. ...

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PSA Down From 436 to 46.9


Paul (J112) was a 65 year-old male from Indonesia. He suffered from prostate cancer. His PSA test on 5 May 2000 was 436. After taking the herbs for four weeks (Cap. A, deTox Mountain Guava, Prostate A, Pain Tea and Stomach Function) we received two faxes on 22 June and 23 June 2000 with the following messages:

1.      Pain was gone after taking Pain Tea for two days.

2.      Feeling of fullness / bloatedness in the stomach disappeared after taking half a box of Stomach ...

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Prostate Cancer Gone After Nine Months on Herbs?


DC /A494, is a 67-year old male. He had difficulty urinating. On 7 November 1999, he went to a specialist hospital and was diagnosed as having prostate cancer (Gleason scale 2 + 2 =4). The PSA was 31.2.  The doctor suggested that he undergo an operation.  He refused. He was not given any medication.  A medical report dated 28 December 1999 stated: increased tracer accumulation involving the lateral end of the left clavicle. This is most likely degenerative in nature. Another PSA reading was taken. ...

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PSA down to 0.3 – Bye, Bye Radiotherapy


Sam was given two options: One, to receive hormonal injection every three months. Or two, to undergo an orchidectomy – i.e. to remove the testes. On the advice of his doctor friend, he opted for the latter, i.e. removal of both his testes. After the surgery, his doctor asked him to undergo 35 times of radiation treatment. This would cost RM 23,000.

Sam (not real name, H328) is 61 years old. He had been enduring urination problems for the past one ...

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Ovarian Cancer: Dying In the ICU

After Surgery and Chemo for Lymphoma

(May this failing be a “Guiding Light” to those who come after her)

Chinese New Year (January/February 2009) was a time of celebration. Wan, a 30-year-old, married female with a 2-year-old child, visited her mother in Kedah. She enjoyed the food that mom cooked for that day. Wan was OK then – healthy as mom’s eyes can see. But after the meal, she felt some “wind” in her stomach. Mom suggested that she consulted ...

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June Regained Her Health

After 8 Days on e-Therapy

June (not real name) was 42-years old when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in December 2006. A TAHBO surgery was performed. The histopathology report confirmed a bilateral ovarian adenocarcinoma with metastasis to the omentum.

June underwent 6 cycles of chemotherapy and at the same time was started on CA Care herbs. Unlike others, she did not suffer from the side effects of chemo. Unfortunately in December 2008, a scan showed tumour recurrence, with a 2.6 x ...

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Treatment Based on Bad Science

Or Where Is The Science?




Patients know nothing about chemo-drugs.

But some oncologists asked patients to choose their own bullets or drugs to use.

Their choice is made based on affordability and convenience.

Their idea… is to see whether two doses of this poison is better than three doses of that poison ~ Glen Warner, oncologist. 

State-of-the-art chemotherapy … was nothing more than different combinations of the same toxic drugs given in different schedules … It continues to ...

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Is There A Cure For Cancer?


This is a tricky question with no simple Yes or No answer.

We can’t really talk about a cure for cancer in the same way that we mend and cure a broken leg.

Example: If a breast cancer is detected early, surgery may be able to remove all the cancerous growth. The patient is well and considers herself cured.

Unfortunately, this patient has a high risk of developing cancer again some years later.

The cancer may recur at the original tumour site or may ...

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Repair Cost Higher Than Actual Treatment Cost


A breast cancer patient paid RM1,800 for a cycle of chemotherapy.  The standard chemo-drugs were used: 5-FU, doxorubicin (Adriamycin) and cyclophosphamide.


1. Cost of chemo-drugs…………………………….RM 283.00

a) 5-FU                     = RM  48.00

b) Cyclophosphamide   = RM  47.00

c) Doxorubicin            = RM 188.00

2. Cost of other drugs to help with side effects… RM 531.80

(drugs for infections, anti-inflammatory steroid, anti-nausea, anti-vomiting, stomach ulcer, etc.)

3. Doctor fees, hospital expenses, etc., etc……. RM 985.20

Source: Patient’s Itemised Outpatient Bill,7 March 2008

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Obscene Drug Markups

A significant percentage of drugs sold in the United State contain active ingredients made in other countries. Did you ever wonder how much it costs a drug company for the active ingredient in prescription medications? Some people think it must cost a lot, since many drugs sell for more than $2.00 per tablet.

For a tablet that cost $2.00 the profit is already obscene. What word can you use to describe the markup of a tablet that cost RM ...

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Extremely High Cost of Chemo-drugs


Cancer Treatments Are The Most Expensive Medical Therapies


Cancer treatments are the most expensive medical therapies in the United States.

The cancer treatment industry is a $210 billion annual enterprise. A steady stream of highly priced drugs has been pumped out by the pharmaceutical industry in recent years, and these medications tend to cost insurers and patients $2,000 to $5,000 a month, the panel said.

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Pharma corruption of medical science

by Beatrice Golomb


Beatrice Golomb is Associate Professor of Medicine at UC San Diego, best known for her work on Gulf War Illness (she has testified before Congress, her RAND reports have changed US policy, and she served as Scientific Director and Chief Scientist for the Department of Veterans Affairs Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans Illnesses). She also heads the UC San Diego Statin Study group.

Beatrice Golomb highlights pharma corruption at the science network. She presents data from ...

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Corruption in the Pharmaceutical Companies

by Dr. J R Virapen


Dr John Rengen Virapen is a former scientist who after 35 years of work in the pharmaceutical industry (Eli Lilly) has left it to warn the public of the nefarious dealings and motives of the pharmaceutical industry.

Dr John Rengen Virapen, Whistleblower of the Psychopathic Pharmaceutical Industry, Speaks Out

Bribery in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Ex-Lilly executive John Rengen wrote a book on bribery in the pharmaceutical industry

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Confession of an RX Drug Pusher


She is the author of Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher. She spent more than a decade as a sales rep in the pharmaceutical industry working for health care giants such as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Abbott Laboratories. She is a writer, speaker, and mental health activist who lives outside Austin, Texas. This will shock you, disgust you, and hopefully move you to take your health in to your hands as well.

Gwen Olsen Speaks Out

She related her ...

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Oral Targeted Therapies for Cancer

Iressa, Tarceva, Erbitux, Avastin, Herceptin ….


The Dream drugs or Smart Bombs are currently designed to target the cancer cells and block or slow the growth of certain types of cancer. They minimise damage to healthy cells. Of course, molecular targeted therapies also cause side effects, but these are generally more moderate than those caused by chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

The common side effects of molecular targeted therapy may include diarrhea, fever, loss of appetite, nausea, rash, and weakness.

Serious side effects may include severe ...

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