After Tamoxifen, there was endometrial -endocervical polyp



Laura (not real name) is a 35-year-old Indonesian lady. In May 2014, she found lumps in her right breast and armpit. She consulted a doctor in Jakarta who told her not to worry. It was not dangerous! Not satisfied, Laura went to Singapore for a second opinion.

Laura was told that she had breast cancer. In Singapore she underwent an operation to remove both her breasts, followed by breast reconstruction. The total cost of these procedures came to about SGD 50,000.

The histopathology report showed that:

  1. Nine out of twenty seven lymph nodes showed metastatic tumour, both intra and extranodal.
  2. The tumours were positive for estrogen, progesterone and c-erb-B2.

Laura underwent six cycles of chemotherapy and this was done in Jakarta while 15 sessions of radiotherapy was done Singapore.  After these treatments, Laura was put on Tamoxifen and she had been taking it up to this day.

Everything seems to go on well and Laura asked to return to Singapore every four months for routine checkup.

Someone in the United States then told Laura about CA Care. So in May 2016, Laura and her husband came to seek our help. We prescribed her some breast herbs besides telling her to take care of her diet.

Laura and her husband came back to see us again five months later, October 2016. She showed us the results of her recent blood test (29 September2016). Every parameter was within normal range except her CA 125 which was elevated to 48.1 (normal below 35.1). According to her husband this elevated reading could be because Laura did a PET scan before performing the blood test. Well, a good explanation for now!

However, what is most disturbing was that, a few days earlier, on 24 September 2016, Laura underwent an operation to remove an endometrial-endocervical polyp.

Chris: Did you ask the doctor why you have that polyp?

Laura: The doctor said it is the side effect of Tamoxifen that I am taking.

C: And you are still taking the Tamoxifen? You do not stop the Tamoxifen?

L: I am still taking Tamoxifen.

Our Advice

We reminded Laura and her husband to be aware of what she is doing! Tamoxifen had probably reared its ugly head and they don’t even realise the danger. You just need to read to be better informed.

Read what Dr. Janey wrote:

Treating cancer with a carcinogen!! Yes, you read that right … Tamoxifen is a carcinogen! I bet your doctor didn’t mention that to you?

  • Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)  stated that no amount of Tamoxifen is safe with regards to its carcinogenic effect.
  • In California, the Carcinogenic Identification Committee voted unanimously in May 1995 to add Tamoxifen to their list.
  • Health Organisationfollowed in 1996 by officially designating Tamoxifen (along with 70 other chemicals) as a human carcinogen.
  • Even the pharmaceutical company, Zeneca, who promote and sell Tamoxifen, has had to confess that it is a liver carcinogen.
  • Tamoxifen is responsible for increasing the risks of cancer in the uterus and liver.
  • In addition, cancers of the 2ndbreast as well as cancer of the gastrointestinal tract have also been associated with Tamoxifen treatment. 

You need to ask yourself if you consider it acceptable to try and suppress one cancer with a drug that puts you at risk of developing other cancers.

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Read also an article by Dr. Sherrill Sellman, Tamoxifen: A Major Medical Mistake?


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