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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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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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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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Sleeping Difficulty Resolved After e-Therapy

Abstract: Ron came to CA Care on 31 March 2011. He presented with inability to have good sleep at night. He wakes up two to three times each night for no apparent reason. For the night he sleeps for a total about five hours. After a session with the e-Therapy Ron was able to have […]

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Low or Split Bladder Meridian May Result In Frequent Urination

Abstract: From the data obtained from both cancer and non-cancer persons we can say with confidence that meridian readings obtained from the AcuGraph has helped to identify and confirm those patients  who  need to take the Wu Ling herbal tea for their frequent urination at night.  It is satisfying to know that the prescribed herbal […]

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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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Exercise – Should Cancer Patient Work Out?

Abstract: Exercise should be a regular part of a comprehensive care plan for all cancer patients regardless of age and physical ability. Anyone can exercise – all you have to do is to tailor your work out to your own ability and progress slowly step-by-step. Cancer patients can and should be encouraged to exercise the […]

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Cancer Patients and Their Doctors

Abstract: Modern medicine is so preoccupied with physical treatments and the use of scientific gadgets, drugs, etc., that very often, the treatment of the person is overlooked or neglected. In some worse instances, the roles of patients are not recognised at all. The underlying problem with medicine today is that doctors are only trained to see […]

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Eating Right As I Play a Game of Chess with Cancer

Abstract: In this communication, I would like to highlight my strategies on Cancer Healing.  If suddenly one day your doctor tell you that you have been invited to play a game of chess and your opponent is cancer what should you do? Admit defeat and die or accept the challenge and change? When cancer strikes anyone, that […]

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Healing of Cancer: Be An Exceptional Patient, Not A Statistic

Abstract: In giving the prognosis, doctors are only relying on statistics. Their words are based on what literature says in terms of average. Statistical averages do not necessarily apply to you, especially if you are a patient with a strong desire to win and help yourself. Statistical average does not take into account exceptional patients. […]

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Cancer: The Story of Agonizing Pain

Abstract: I met Isa at our Cancer Centre. She was with her husband and a friend. Isa was in severe pain and taking Panadine (painkiller) did not help her at all. The agony of pain showed too clearly on her face. I told Isa to take Pain Tea (consisted of various herbs), five to six times […]

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Cancer Patients: Go for Healing!

Abstract: Most people who come to see us are generally desperate and lost. They do not know what else to do. Some of them have never had any experience with cancer before. So they are unsure of what to do: to go for surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy? Yet many others are told point blank that […]

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The Bane of Some Doctors

Abstract: To all doctors out there Who may know what is where Who feel they know the future And they who can close a case better than a suture Jamal Abdullah Kuala Lumpur _________________________________________________________________________ The Bane Of Some Doctors   To all doctors out there Who may know what is where Who feel they know […]

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Sun Si Mioa: Ethical Codes for the Noble Healing Profession

Abstract:  I am indeed fascinated by this man, Sun Si Mioa, who lived in China in the 16th century (581-682 A.D). This great Taoist monk is considered one of China’s great healers who walked his talk. He lived a simple life and shunned fame and fortune. He was said to have turned down the prestigious court appointment of […]

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Cancer: Healing the Mind and Soul Besides Going After the Tumor

Abstract:  For most people, a cancer diagnosis means death. Unfortunately, the world is primed to the idea that cancer always kills. It is not necessarily so. I have often told cancer patients: You don’t have to die of cancer. I do not have cancer but I may die earlier than you. So take it easy […]

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Cancer: How Exceptional Patients Find Healing

Abstract: The main basic difference between medical science and holistic healing is the perception of what we are. The holistic view regards man as a trinity, made up of the body, mind and soul. Indeed, the body is only the physical case that houses the mind and soul. Medicine, however, is based on the philosophy […]

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Qigong As An Adjunctive to Cancer Therapy

Abstract: There are two basic kinds of Qigong, internal and external. Internal Qigong is used for self-healing and health maintenance. It can be performed in any position, including standing, sitting, walking, or lying down. External Qigong is practiced by Qigong masters and involves projecting the qi energy out of one’s body to heal another. The practice […]

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Managing Cancer: A Choice of Three Options

Abstract: The doctor removed a lump from the breast of a lady and found it to be malignant. Next, the doctor wanted to remove the whole breast. After mastectomy the usual “recipe” would be: chemotherapy, radiotherapy and probably take an oral drug called tamoxifen. This lady and her husband came to seek my advice. We […]

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Reading This Book Made Me Sick to the Stomach

Abstract: This book is written by Byron J. Richards, a clinical nutritionist and founder of Wellness Resources. Reading this book makes me sick to the stomach. Basically the author exposed the secret world of the (US) FDA and showed how it betrayed the American people.  He also exposed the scam of the sickness industry – the […]

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