Posts Tagged 'cancer'

The Spiritual Side of Healing Cancer


To us, we believe that patients’ recovery and survival are more than just medical or herbal success. It is God’s grace.

Science does not believe in the mind, hope, faith, spirit, and grace – for the basic reason that we are all supposed to be an equivalent to a super machine. What we cannot see, measure or analyze do not exist and do not count. Those who associate with them are thus branded unscientific or spiritual fanatics!

We wish to view healing ...

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Don’t Be Complacent


We rejoice with patients when they get well. We hope they continue to get well. However, we would like to remind those involved – please don’t be complacent. The cancer may come back. If you think you are done with cancer – remember cancer may not be done with you yet. As such as we advise you to relax and be positive, we also hope that your healing experience has changed your lifestyle and attitude towards life permanently and positively.

Often ...

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Take Care of Your Diet


Food, O Food – Can cancer patient eat anything he likes?

SCL was a male of 50 years old. He suffered from advanced, terminal liver cancer. The alpha-fetoprotein on 13 November 1999 was 27,519. SCL started taking herbs (together with the doctor’s liver medication) on 14 November 1999. Since then the alpha-fetoprotein had reduced gradually (Table 8). During the Chinese New Year he took three pieces of lor bak (fried sausage) and a plate of char- hor-fun (Chinese noodle). The alpha-fetoprotein ...

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The CA Care Therapy



Our Principles

• We do not substitute medical doctors. We advise you to seek proper medical help.
• In addition, we advocate the use of herbs, and take a holistic approach towards your healing.
• We do not guarantee that the herbs can cure you of your cancer, but experiences of others showed that the herbs brought great relief and healing.
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Iron and Cancer

by Yeong Sek Yee & Khadijah Shaari


Iron is a mineral essential for life and is found in red blood cells. Iron’s primary role is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Much of the iron in the body occurs in the haemoglobin.

Haemoglobin is the component of red blood cells that enables them to carry oxygen and deliver it to the body’s tissues. Iron is thus an important component of ...

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Ignoring Knowledge is Sickness

The problem with our society is that we enjoy being ignorant
~ Wilfred Gaban

Seek out information for yourself

The journey of a thousand miles starts with a first step. So seeking correct information is the essential first step towards helping yourself.

Dr. Ken Murray of the University of South California said: Poor knowledge and misguided expectations lead to a lot of bad decisions.

Dr. Barbara Joseph (in My Healing from Breast Cancer) wrote: We need to gather information at the ...

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