Siti was 48 years old when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer Stage 4. She underwent a total hysterectomy in 2005 followed by three cycles of chemotherapy. She gave up chemo. At first Siti and her husband did not believe in what we at CA Care are doing. Many times, they were “pushed” by a friend to come and see us. Eventually Siti and her husband relented and came to Penang. From then on it was no turning back. Siti’s health improved. It has been seven years now and she is going well.
This video recording was done in 2010 – five years after she was started on the herbs.
Chris: How are you doing?
Siti: Thank God I am going fine – very well and healthy.
Any problem at all? Any pain?
No pain. But if I don’t take the herbs, I can feel some pains. But the pain is not serious. Just a little only. And after I take the herbs, the pains go away.
Have you gone back to see your doctor lately?
Yes, I saw the surgeon who operated on me. She said, “Thank God” I am clean – no recurrence.
Husband: The surgeon was very surprised.
Did the surgeon know that you did not complete your chemo? (Done only three out of six cycles).
I told the surgeon that I was taking Dr. Chris’ herbs from Penang. But the way she reacted, I felt she was reluctant to ask me for more details. I saw a few doctors were gathered together and they were talking about me and some were looking at me. The surgeon told me, “By right you should be lying in bed – Stage 4 cancer – should be lying in bed.” She looked at me in disbelief.
Since taking the herbs, did you also take care of your diet?
And you took the herbs “religiously”?
No, I have problems with my knees. I only walked a little.
You have been on the herbs for five years now – since 2005 – tell me do you get “fed-up” taking this stuff?
What can I do? I have no choice. I have to take them. I am not going to stop. God has led me to find these herbs and they are good for my health. I am grateful and I should not feel “fed-up”.
FLASHBACK – 11 November 2005
Siti and her husband visited CA Care in Penang. They were accompanied by a friend, Razuddin,
About fifteen years ago, Siti underwent an operation to remove her fibroids. In 2005, her stomach bloated and she was later diagnosed with bilateral papillary serous cystadenocarcinoma of the ovaries with metastasis to the omentum.
At the time of this visit, Siti had received two cycles of chemotherapy and was to receive another cycle in six days’ time. Since Siti was not sure if she would like to take our herbs, I left it to her to decide if she wanted to continue with her third cycle of chemo. I prescribed her the Chemo-Tea in the event that she decided to continue with her chemo.
Siti presented with prickling pains in her abdomen. She was unable to sleep. She had pains in the middle of the top of her head. For her cancer I prescribed her Capsule A, Utero-ovary Tea, and T & E. For her headache she was given Upper Pain tea.
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