CANCER STORY: Success & Hard Truth

Vegetable-State Terminal Cancer

Brought Back to Life with Herbs


Poh is a 54-year old female. She had a 14 cm tumour in her distal sigmoid colon. She underwent surgery. The cancer was staged as Duke’s C. About two weeks after surgery, Poh underwent twenty-five times of radiation treatment and at the same time took the oral chemo-drug, Xeloda. Within a week after being on Xeloda, Poh became uncomfortable, her heart beat rapidly and she had difficulty breathing. The doctor stopped her Xeloda and replaced ...

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An Unbelievable Story

Remove Your Kidney Immediately or Else You Die!

Moi, a 50-year-old female, had problems with her “gassy” stomach.

  1. In October 2002, Moi went to a private Hospital A for a checkup. No problem was detected.
  2. In March 2003, Moi went to another private Hospital B for endoscopy, ultrasound, CT scan and blood test. The results:
  • CT scan on 5 March 2003, showed a 3.3 cm well-defined simple cyst in Segment 1 of her liver. In the upper pole of her right kidney ...
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Kidney Cancer: A Success Story

Fifteen years on herbs and doing great!


Lee, male, was 53 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer of the kidney in March 1997. A CTscan showed a well defined solid mass in the right kidney. This could be an adenoma or a low grade carcinoma. Lee underwent an immediate surgery to remove his right kidney. The pathology report dated 14 March 1997 stated: Specimen of kidney: 225 gm, measuring about 11 cm x 5 cm x 4 ...

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Kidney Mass Miraculously Disappeared After Herbs

Sam (not real name) is a 74-year old male from Singapore. He had undergone an operation to remove a 8 x 4 cm tumor at his colon in October 2005. The pathology report indicated a “moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma infiltrating into the subserosal fat with no lymph node metastasis”. The resection margins were free of the tumor. Nothing eventful happened after the surgery and Sam recovered well. A follow up surveillance check with a CT scan on 21 February 2006, indicated ...

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Brain Cancer: Surgery and Radiotherapy. Died

Lee (T633) was a 35-year old female. Since age fifteen, she had suffered from migraine headaches. The attack came once a month or once in two months. In July 2007 her headaches became more serious and too frequent to be comfortable. The migraine attack came two to three times a week. The pains in the head moved from one position to another. She lost her appetite, was dizzy and vomited. Sometimes she vomited blood.

She went to see a doctor (GP) ...

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Leukemia – A Miraculous Healing

Pak Jam, from Aceh, Indonesia came to Penang on 7 December 2009. His wife Nur was diagnosed with AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia) in July 2009. After the herbs she is now recovering very well.

Four months ago, Nur was hospitalized for fifteen days and received five cycles of chemotherapy at a private hospital in Penang. Her condition did not improve but instead became worse. In spite of the medication, even her coughs could not be cured during those fifteen days. The ...

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Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal is a combination of two words – colon and rectum. Colorectal cancer affects the large bowel, the end portion of the digestive tract which holds the undigested food awaiting to be eliminated.


The colon is about 5 to 6 feet long and 2.5 inches in diameter. The rectum is the last 6 to 8 inches of the colon which ends at the anus.


A reported released by the American Institute of Cancer ...

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Liver Cancer: Benefit and Side Effects of Nexavar


Mutu (not real name,H520) is a 48-year-old male. In November 2010 he had coughs with some phlegm. In late December 2010 he was admitted into a private hospital with complaints of right hypochondrial pain (i.e., pain under the rib-cage margin). He was nauseated but no vomiting. He also had post prandial dyspepsia (i.e., a medical term meaning feeling of unusual fullness, nausea, loss of appetite or belching following a meal).

CT scan of the abdomen showed multiple masses measuring 7.3 x ...

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Liver Cancer: Died

After a RM 10,000 Open-Close Surgery

Goh (not real name, H438) was a 36-year-old male. In June 2010 he had diarrhea and his blood pressure was low. He was admitted into a private hospital in his home town. An USG was done and he was told that his liver was not good.  After three days he was discharged from the hospital. Health returned to normal. Two weeks later his abdomen became hard. He went back to the hospital ...

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Surgery for Liver Cancer: Eighty Percent Success?


Wang (not real name, M872), 48-year-old male from Medan had been living with “blood-in-his-stools” for the past ten over years. This problem was attributed to piles. In November 2010 he came to a private hospital in Penang for a medical checkup. A scope of his colon did not show anything wrong. However, an ultrasound of his abdomen showed an ill defined, 7 x 9.2 cm mass in the right lobe of his liver.


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Healing Liver Problem


This case study is presented in a different style, unlike our usual format.

Kelantan is situated in the east coast of northern Peninsular Malaysia. I know this place as a poor and backward state. But this is where I was born and brought up.  Though the people there speak Malay, the Kelantanese lingo is often not understood by people of other states in Malaysia. And the Kelantanese are proud of their lingo. This lingo ...

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Liver-Bile Duct Cancer

Herbs Kept Him In Excellent Health

The son of Henry (not real name) came from Jakarta, Indonesia. He told us an interesting story about his father. His father is 70 years old. He was diagnosed with bile duct cancer that had spread to his liver.



He declined further medical treatment and immediately took our herbs – Capsule A and B, Liver 1 and 2 ...

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Liver Cancer: Severe Itch Gone


Bob was a 57-year-old male. In early 2010 he went to a government hospital complaining of shortness of breath. Examination indicated irregular hard swelling below the costal margin (liver area). He was jaundiced. A CT scan on 19 April 2010 indicated multiple nodules of varying sizes in both lung fields suggestive of metastases. Soft tissue nodules at the hilum – right measures 1.4 x 1.4 cm, left measures 2.3 x 2.7 cm. Enlarged liver with a 9.9 x 10.5 cm ...

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Liver Cancer: She Lives More Than Five Years!

Only On Herbs No Medical Treatment

Seam (B984) a 49-year old female, was diagnosed with hepatocellular carcinoma in August 2003. CT abdomen on 26 Aug 2003 indicated:

1. 8.7 x 6.6 x 10 cm mass in Segment 6 & 7 of liver
2. Caudate lobe ruptured
3. Peritoneal nodules
4. Portal vein thrombosis
5. Splenomegaly (swelling of the spleen)
6. And probably splenic metastases. 



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Liver Cancer: No Medical Treatment


Mac (K151) was a 69 year-old male. His problem started when he began to loose weight. An ultrasound done on 25 November 2002 indicated a 7.5 x 6.9 cm mass in segment 7 of the right lobe of his liver. A FNAC biopsy done on 19 December 2002 confirmed diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma.




The ...

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Liver Cancer – He Refused Chemotherapy


Gan was a 62- year old man. Sometime in July 2000, he had fevers with vomiting and diarrhoea for about two weeks. He was admitted to a private hospital. A CT scan done on 1 August 2000 showeda 9 x 10.5 x 9 cm mass in segment 4 and 8 of the liver. The mass was seen to extend towards the porta hepatis.


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Surgery and PEI Failed

Pang Was Asked to Take An Expensive Oral Drug


Pang (H5) is a 61-year-old male. Sometime in February 2008, he had pains in the abdomen. An ultrasonography showed a large round well-defined mass measuring 5.2 x 5.3 x 6.5 cm in the right lobe of his liver (Segment 6).

Pang was subsequently referred to a surgeon in a private hospital. A CT scan confined right lobe hepatoma measuring 8 x 7 x 8 cm in segments 6 and 7. ...

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Liver Surgery: Great Failure and Let Down

Sam is a 51-year old male from Indonesia. Sometime in May 2008, he had pains in his abdomen. A check up in a hospital in Sarawak indicated gall bladder stone. Sam underwent an operation to remove the stone. At the time of the surgery, the doctor discovered that Sam’s liver was not good. A CT scan revealed possibility of a hepatoma or liver tumour.

Sam was asked to undergo a liver operation in Singapore which would cost him about S$50,000.00. Sam ...

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Liver Surgery: Recurred After Three Months


Suria was a 38-year old man from Indonesia. He came to Penang for his wife’s operation but instead found himself to be suffering from liver cancer. For the past 20 years he had gastric problems and since the last ten years he had blurry visions. His daily diet: ayam goreng (fried chicken). A CTscan of the liver dated 2 March 2001 indicated a lobulated mass seen in the left lobe ...

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Liver Surgery: She Died


Doris was a 46-year old lady. Sometime in December 2000 she experienced an excruciating pain in the right shoulder. The pain persisted and a full medical check up indicated serum alpha fetoprotein at 171. A CT scan showed a huge mass in the liver. Doris was asked to go to Singapore for a liver surgery.

On 30 December 2000, 70% of her right liver was excised. Then, she underwent chemotherapy in ...

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