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Thyroid Cancer & Side Effects of Hysterectomy: Never Felt So Good After Three Days on Herbs

Abstract:  Tiya is a 42-year-old female. In November 2008 she underwent a hysterectomy.  Since the surgery her health was never the same again.  In January 2011 a scan showed an enlarged right lobe thyroid (44 x 37 x 30 x 27 mm). She underwent a thyroidectomy. Her problem was diagnosed as  papillary carcinoma. Tiya came […]

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Kidney Pain and Disharmonies of Lung, Liver and Kidney Meridians Resolved After e-Therapy and Herbs

Abstract TS is a 53-year-old male from Singapore. He had been having severe back pain since the past three years, but did not go for any medical treatment. A CT scan indicated a 4.1 x 3.3 x 2.9 cm well-circumscribed rounded solid-appearing mass at the inferior pole of his left kidney. He refused surgery.  After […]

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e-Therapy Effective for Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain

Abstract: Ani, 59 years old, has been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Doctor’s medication did not help her much. Each day she moves around with much difficulty. Even walking for a short distance was a “suffering”. An AcuGraph reading done in the morning of 4 December 2010 showed Ani’s qi was very low. Her energy improved after […]

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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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Meridian Disharmony Patterns in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma (NPC) Patients

Abstract: We see two distinct sets of disharmony patterns among two groups of NPC patients. Patients who have undergone radiotherapy and chemotherapy had the most serious disharmony pattern. All the hand meridians were high or split. All the foot meridians were low or split. This disparity is very obvious and distinctive, a phenomenon termed as […]

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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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Breast Cancer: Detecting and Managing Lung, Large Intestine and Bladder Disharmonies Using the AcuGraph

Abstract: Through her facial expression we could see that Na is a much healthier person today compared to the day she first visited us eight months ago. After taking the herbs she felt “good”. She said she is happy and satisfied. It is this “goodness” that also we see in the form of “green” bars […]

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AcuGraph: A Monitoring Tool of Patients’ Wellbeing

Abstract: Our study has shown that AcuGraph, when used and interpreted properly, could be another non-invasive tool for monitoring a patient’s treatment progress. If feeling “better” is not good enough then seeing the coloured bars produced on a computer screen would be more convincing. Truly AcuGraph is a state-of-the-art, objective method of evaluation. Chris K. H. […]

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Thermography and Breast Health: Preventing Cancer and Monitoring Effectiveness of Treatment

Abstract: Thermography or Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) is coming of age. Once a secret military technology, it has found application in medicine as a breast health monitoring device. Perhaps, one day in the future, it may turn out to be an acceptable and effective tool to foretell if a person is at risk of […]

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Lung Cancer: Pain and Sleepless Nights Relieved By e-Therapy

Abstract: On the eve of the Chinese New Year (CNY, 2011) Sujo ate chicken curry and fish steamed with preserved, salted beans. Two days later, he suffered severe pains. The pains persisted every day.  Sujo took the painkiller, Tramadol but the medication did not relieve his pains. One treatment with bio-frequency enabled him to sleep […]

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