CANCER STORY: Success & Hard Truth

Fatally Flawed – A Doctor’s View

By Yeong Sek Yee and Khadijah Shaari

Is conventional cancer treatment really fatally flawed? This seems to be the opinion of Dr Margaret I. Cuomo, MD who wrote the article “Why Cancer treatment is Fatally Flawed” (Copy of article attached or view article at the following link):

Curious to find out more, we subsequently bought the book, “A WORLD WITHOUT CANCER” by Dr Margaret Cuomo, a board – certified radiologist (more details at the end of this article).

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Quotes from: Killing Cancer Not People


Killing Cancer Not People

Author:  Robert G. Wright founded the American Anti-Cancer Institute in 2008 after 25 years of private study.  He previously had careers in aerospace and business before founding the Institute.

Bill Henderson, in the Foreword, wrote:

  • In my 12 years of helping cancer patients heal themselves, I become more convinced everyday that there is only one reason people die of cancer. It is lack of information.  There is no more important message to learn ...
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Hunt For A Cure That Does Not Exist


Tag (not real name) was a 59-year-old man from Indonesia. In April 2011, he had coughs with itchy throat. He went to see his doctors and was give medication but these did not help. In August 2011, he came to Penang for further consultation.  A CT scan on 22 August 2011 showed an irregular mass (6.6 x 8.0 cm) in the upper left lung extending to the pulmonary hilum with left hilar and mediastinal adenopathy. He also complained of pain in the left pelvis. ...

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Radio & Chemo Recurrence, Avastin – Dead



It is indeed with a heavy heart that we have to write this story. However, let us pray that similar story like this does not have to be played out all too often in this world of medicine.  May you all find wisdom and learn from this sad experience.

In the month of May, I had this exchange of e-mails.

1 May 2013  Dear Dr. K.H. Teo,

Our family and I migrated to Australia 22 years ago ...

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What Now? Is there another option?


1 Title


Pt 1 Get The Best Of Both Worlds

Pt 2 Die of Cancer or Of Treatment

Pt 3 Overblown Statistics and Empty Promise

Pt 4 Doc, Give Me An Honest Answer

Pt 5 Beware Expensive ...

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Surviving Five Years Does Not Mean Cure


Patients are often told that if they can survive five years after their treatment, it means they are cured of their cancer! What an untruth! My Aunty had cervical cancer and she received all the necessary medical treatments. She survived thirteen years, then the cancer struck back and went to her lungs and she died.  Where then is the cure? One lady had breast cancer. She survived for some nine years and when she was about to attend the hospital ...

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My Advice to Cancer Patients


I know it is very confusing when people start giving you all kinds of “expert advices.” There would be well-meaning relatives and friends who come and give their opinions. I use to tell patients, Yesterday these people know nothing about cancer, but today they turn “experts” telling you what to do. Instant experts are just like instant noodle – are junks.

When I first started CA Care, I must admit I know nothing about cancer. My knowledge about cancer was “absolute ...

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When Death Is Not A Failure

On the night of 9 February 2012, we received this e-mail.

Dear Dr. Chris and Aunty Beng Im,

I want to inform you that my father, Mr. LS from Indonesia, had died on Thursday, 16 February 2012. I want to thank you for all your treatment to my father during his sickness. Until his last days, he still took your herbs and did the e-therapy. I believe that your herbs and the therapy do bring goodness to him. He died without suffering ...

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Death – The Ultimate Healing


Over the past weeks many things happened that prompted me to write this article about Death. To many people, especially those with loved ones who have cancer, to read or talk about death is probably the last thing that they ever want to do. The subject about death is a taboo – they want to only hear how to cure their incurable cancer.

• A father wanted us to help his 3-year-old son who had neuroblastoma, Stage 3. After surgery the ...

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Breast Cancer: Finally Death is Her Healing


The file of KT (S346) was on my table. She was a 42-year-old Indonesia lady who had been battling with her breast cancer for about 12 years. I was taking my time wanting to write her story. But today, 29 May 2013, I received this e-mail from her husband.

Dear Madame Beng Im ,  Dr. Chris Teo,
Dengan sedih dan menyesal kami informasikan bahwa  KT sudah meninggal dunia Selasa 21May at 02.55 a.m. (early morning). Dan sudah dimakamkan Kamis 23May, at ...

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Related websites by CA Care


Bahasa Indonesia

Mengenal Kanker

Sejenak Bersama Chris Teo


English Blogs

CA Care

Pain & Wellness

A Day With Chris Teo

Bad Science Blind Truth

Video on Cancer

Expert Opinion

Talk by Chris Teo

e-Journal of Traditional & Complementary Medicine



Beautiful World Amazing People

Charity: Children’s Home


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God Will Make A Way



God will make a way
Where there seems to be no way
He works in ways we cannot see
He will make a way for me
He will be my guide
Hold me closely to His side
With love and strength
For each new day
He will make a way
He will make a way


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A Beautiful Prayer


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Gem of Life


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The Power of Gratitude


by Emily Walsh, and contributing writer for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance blog

Most of us have experienced that feeling of, “is this all there is?” “Is my life destined for this existence of semi-happiness, constantly chasing something I can’t seem to attain?” It seems that we focus on what we don’t have rather than what we do have. Your new house loses its luster when your best friend moves into a bigger one. Your 3 day vacation in Vermont seems less exciting when you ...

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Spirituality and its Positive Effects


by Emily Walsh, and contributing writer for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance blog

As a cancer patient, being terminally ill and facing the prospect of death is not an easy journey for many people. This is generally a time filled with not only physical pain and scars but also emotional and social challenges. However, with spirituality, many people are better able to cope with life-threatening illnesses and to enjoy the positive psychological effects that it offers.

Spirituality may mean different things to ...

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Quotes from Mother Teresa


“God doesn’t require us to succeed, he only requires that you try.”

“I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.”

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, feed just one.”

“Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person.”

“People are often unreasonable and self-centered. Forgive them anyway.
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You Are Mine



I will come to you in the silence,

I will lift you from all your fear,

You will hear My voice,

I claim you as My choice,

Be still and know I am near.

I am hope for all the hopeless,

I am eyes for all who long to see,

In the shadow of the night,

I will be your Light,

Come and rest in Me.

Do not be afraid, I am with you,

I will call you each by name,

Come ...

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Joan Baez – We shall overcome


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The Interview With God

I dreamed I had an interview with God.

“So you would like to interview me?” God asked.

“If you have the time” I said.

God smiled. “My time is eternity.”
“What questions do you have in mind for me?”

“What surprises you most about humankind?”

God answered…
“That they get bored with childhood,
they rush to grow up, and then
long to be children again.”

“That they lose their health to make money…
and then lose their money to restore their health.”

“That by thinking anxiously about ...

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