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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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Lung Cancer: Meridian Disharmony and Damaged Qi Caused by Chemotherapy

Abstract: Naga with advanced lung cancer was asked to undergo six cycles of chemotherapy. He received the first cycle of chemotherapy and started to suffer severe side effects.  On 3 April 2011, he came to our centre asking for help. This was three days after receiving the third cycle of chemotherapy. AcuGraph reading showed his […]

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Chemotherapy Effectiveness or Ineffectiveness, Part 3: What Other Medical Doctors Say

Abstract: Chemotherapy suppresses the body’s immune system. Even if the chemotherapy is partially or “completely” successful, that is, the patient survives treatment, the underlying factors that caused the cancer are still there acting as a time bomb waiting to be triggered by an event. This latter concept is not being recognized by conventional medicine. Yeong […]

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Chemotherapy Effectiveness or Ineffectiveness, Part 4: What Other Medical Doctors Say

Abstract: Cancer develops certain armouring characteristics that, over time, make it more resistant to chemotherapy. In effect, it learns how to adapt to the hostile conditions of the chemotherapy, making it even more difficult to treat … cancer’s return after it has been forced into remission by chemotherapy, making it even more difficult to treat. […]

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Only Honest Doctors Say Honest Things

Abstract: Cancer begins and ends with people. Doctors treat diseases, but they also treat people. In oncology, even prolonging a patient’s life for three months to a year is considered an achievement. Achieving a cure is like striking a jackpot! As doctors, we try our best to cure those who can be cured, to control the […]

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New Thinking About Cancer and Its Treatment

Abstract:  Cancer is a systemic disease and its symptom is expressed as a tumor. Removing the tumour is therefore NOT the ultimate solution or cure for cancer. Often the cancer recurs after an apparent “successful medical treatment”. Therefore, there is more to cancer than just its tumor. Chris K. H. Teo & Ch’ng Beng Im-Teo […]

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Effectiveness or Ineffectiveness of Chemotherapy, Part 2: What Some Oncologists Say

Abstract: “Many medical oncologists recommend chemotherapy for virtually any tumor,  with a hopefulness undiscouraged by almost invariable failure.”   Dr Albert Braverman MD, Professor of Oncology, State University of New York.  “Should I ever get cancer, I would never ever allow myself to be treated in a conventional cancer clinic. Only cancer victims who stay away from such […]

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Effectiveness or Ineffectivenes of Chemotherapy, Part 1: What Some Oncologists Say

Abstract:  After surgery, microscopic cancer cells are still left behind in the body. As an insurance policy (“just in case”), cancer patients are usually advised to undergo chemotherapy or radiotherapy. The idea is to kill whatever cancer cells are left behind. How valid is this assumption that chemotherapy can just do that? Cancer patients are […]

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