Fighitng Cancer With Knowledge & Hope

  Reviewed by: Yeong Sek Yee & Khadijah Shaari 10, Jalan SS 19/1K, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor. Tel: 03-56342775 / 019-3278092 ———————————————————————————————————————————————— THE AUTHOR:Dr. Richard C. Frank, MD,an oncologist, is the Director of Cancer Research, Whittingham Cancer Center, Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, CT, and Medical Director, Mid-Fairfield Hospice, Wilton, CT.USA. WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT:  As […]

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Side Effects: Death

  Side Effects: Death is the true story of corruption, bribery and fraud written by Dr. John Virapen, who has been called THE Big Pharma Insider. During his 35 years in the pharmaceutical industry internationally (most notably as general manager of Eli Lilly and Company in Sweden), Virapen was responsible for the marketing of several drugs, […]

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Herbs and Alternative Therapies for Mesothelioma

Abstract: Alternative therapies – including herbal remedies – can play a crucial role in treating mesothelioma. Herbs such as cat’s claw and astragalus root are commonly given to cancer patients. Findings show that these (and other) herbs may help mesothelioma patients reduce their symptoms without pharmaceutical intervention. Faith Franz Health and Wellness Blogger, The Mesothelioma […]

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I Have Breast Cancer But I Am Not Sick

Abstract:  I was very upset with the oncologist when he took one look at my report, and without asking questions, said that I HAD to do 62 weeks of chemo!  When I told him I didn’t WANT to do chemo, he said, “Well, then it’s 100% chance of recurrence.”  When I asked what my options […]

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The Effects of Exercise on Fatigue in Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

Abstract:  For those cancer patients who elect to receive chemotherapy, it appears that exercise can reduce the negative side effects of fatigue.  In one study, 61 women who had been newly diagnosed with breast cancer who engaged in a home exercise regime of low to moderate intensity reported significantly reduced levels of fatigue.  In a […]

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Book Review: The End of Illness by Dr. David Agus

Abstract:  The truth is that some doctors inflict a lot of harm today. The entire notion of “do no harm” has been corrupted; we’ve moved to an extreme place in medicine that’s rarely data-driven and is horrendously overrun by false or unproven claims. And that’s scary. Yeong Sek Yee & Khadijah Shaari 10, Jalan SS 19/1K, 47500 […]

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Death – The Ultimate Healing

Abstract: When we first started CA Care, some critics say we are giving the dying false hope.  Over the 16 years that CA Care is around, we are happy to say that many miracles did happen at CA Care. Make no mistake, we are under no illusion. Neither are we a religious fanatic. Over the years […]

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Up on my feet again four days after another (slipped disc) attack!

Abstract: On Monday morning, 9 April 2012, I was getting ready to go to our cancer centre. As usual I went to my computer to check if I have any emails waiting to be answered. The Google Chrome did not work!  I looked at the wire connection and thought it could be due to some […]

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Book Review: What your doctor may not tell you about BREAST CANCER

The authors:  Dr. John Lee graduated from Harvard University and the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is an expert in natural hormones replacement therapy. Dr. David Zava is a Ph.D. and Virginia Hopkins, M.A. is a medical writer specializing in women’s health. Why is modern medicine going nowhere in its attempts to treat breast cancer? Our research has […]

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Book Review: To Dance With the Devil

  Karen Stabiner is a nationally recognized journalist. She wrote about the work of Dr. Susan Love – the eminent breast surgeon,and director of the University of California, Los Angeles Breast Cancer Centre. The following are quotations from the book: Life is a Roulette Those of us outside this world tend to divide the population […]

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Book Review: Severed Trust by Dr. Geoge D. Lundberg, M.D.

The author was 17 years the editor of the respected Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). In January 1999, Dr. Lundberg was sacked by the JAMA leaders. He is now editor-in-chief of the international health information company called MedScape. The following are quotations (in italics) from his book. US Medicine – Before and Now In the early […]

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Dr. Robert Mendelsohn – A medical heretic and his shocking revelation

When I first read the opening pages of this no-holds-barred book, The Confession of a Medical Heretics, I was taken aback, amused and wondered if I was reading the correct book. The author, Dr. Robert Mendelsohn was an experienced, senior medical doctor – known to millions of Americans through his nationally syndicated column The People’s Doctor. He was an […]

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Meridian Disharmonies in Women with Non-Malignant Breast Lumps

Abstract:  Our study showed that disharmonies of the Lung, Heart, Spleen and Bladder meridians are most common in women with non-malignant lumps in their breasts. Our results seem to be at odd with the “established” idea that breast health is mainly affected by the disharmonies in the Stomach, Liver and Kidney meridians.  The phenomenon of […]

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Meridian Disharmonies in Women with Malignant Breast Lumps

Abstract:  In this study we blended both medical knowledge and technology with TCM’s meridian theory. All patients underwent a biopsy, mammogram or ultrasonography for their malignant breast lumps.  Before undergoing further medical treatments, their meridians were measured using the AcuGraph 4.0.  Our results showed that all women with malignant breast tumour had disharmony of their Bladder […]

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Acugraphing: When more green (normal) does not necessarily reflect wellbeing

Abstract:  When we first started acugraphing about two years ago, one phenomenon which we observed was that some of those who came appeared real sick but their acugraphs exhibited “good results”. As Kimberly said, “Seeing a lot of green on a graph can be deceiving.” In this article we share with you our experiences with patients […]

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Case Study: Documenting the Unfolding of A Miraculous Healing of Lung-Brain Cancer Through AcuGraph 4 and Video Recording

Abstract:  Suri is a 61 year old female from Indonesia diagnosed with metastatic lung-brain cancer. She had undergone 22 radiation treatments, took Iressa, Tarceva and Sutent. She also received 40 chemo injections. Her condition deteriorated. As a last resort, her family brought her to us on 8 May 2011. She was wheeled into out centre being […]

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Book Review: Healing Ways – A Doctor’s Guide to Healing

The Author:  “I grew up in a medical household. My father was a family doctor in suburban London… I feel comfortable at the thought of being a doctor.”  Robin Kelly went to a medical school in the UK. “After my (intern) year, I pursued my interest in paediatrics and oncology.” In 1977, he emigrated to […]

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Fitness During Recovery From Cancer

Abstract: Exercise reduces stress, promotes healthier sleep habits, and generally increases happiness for most people. Oncologists traditionally advised cancer patients to avoid activity, but recent research suggests that exercise benefits cancer patients.  By: David Haas Writer of the Haas Blaag Copyright: This is an open-access journal and the reproduction of this article in any medium for educational […]

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What is AcuGraph? How effective is this tool?

Monique Smith, LAc, MSOM, shared her initial skepticism of the AcuGraph, but later she found out that it is a good and useful too. Read her article: Innovation in Acupuncture Through Digital Meridian Imaging Click here:  http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=32452 “As a rookie acupuncturist in dire need of cheap CEU’s, I grudgingly showed up for a seminar on […]

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AcuGraph: A Tool for Objective Evaluation of Wellbeing. Cough and palpitation resolved after herbs and e-Therapy

Abstract:  Pat  is a 55-year old female. She came to us on 1 August 2011 complaining of coughs, discomfort and uneasiness inside her.  She was prescribed Cough No: 5 for her cough with white phlegm. The cough went away after a few days. She underwent detoxification with the e-Therapy. She took herbal tea to normalize […]

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