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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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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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Diet for Cancer Patient – Some Doctors’ Illogical Arguments

Abstract:  It is really “frustrating” to learn at times, that when you read what is being written about diet in the medical literature and what is being practised differ substantially.  I wonder why truth is so elusive. Why can’t people come clean in what they say and do? Where is the so-called practice of “scientifically proven […]

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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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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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CA Care: Integrating the Best of Western and Eastern Healing Wisdom

Abstract: Malaysians are a people of different ethnic background with various healing traditions derived from the Malay, Chinese, Indian and various indigenous races. The practice of “alternative” medicine is allowed, and is popular among Malaysians. In 1995, my wife and I started a semi-charitable organization called CA Care with the aim of helping cancer patients who […]

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Cancer Patients Should Not Eat Meat: Here Are The Reasons Why

Abstract: Thoughts of strength, vitality, muscle power, energy seems to be in the minds of people when they think of the benefits of animal protein in their diet. Old grandmother’s belief: Don’t eat meat, no strength! There is no question that meat is a good source of protein. Although protein is the major source of the […]

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Is Nutrition Important for the Healing of Cancer?

Abstract:  Do cancer patients really have to abstain from certain foods? What are the harmful foods? And why? Are there studies done on the connection between diet and cancer? If so, how come doctors and oncologists keep advising cancer patients that they can eat anything they like. They need not pantang (i.e., abstain from certain food). […]

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