- Bile duct cancer
Dear Dr. Teo,
My dad (aged 75) has been diagnosed with bile duct cancer – advanced stage. He has Hepatitis B, so the liver is functioning at only 20% of normal capacity. The oncologist has suggested chemo as the only option and it is scheduled on the 14th of June. My family and I are trying to explore other options, or at the very least, want him to be nourished and protect the body from the ill-effects of chemo.
Would you be able to help? I am based in London, but I am heading back to Kuching early next week. Looking forward to hearing from you. Best regards.
( No news after this!)
Dear Dr. Teo,
I hope this finds you well. I got in touch with you earlier about my dad. Sadly he lost the battle with cancer. He went down the chemo route and we lost him pretty soon after.
A friend of mine who is based in America (HK Chinese born in the UK) is wondering if you are able to help her friend who has just been diagnosed with stomach cancer stage 1b. This will be reconfirmed soon after a laparoscopy surgery which is scheduled to take place soon. My friend is now in HK to sort out a few personal thing and is wondering she could visit you in Penang in the next week or so to get some help for her friend (based in the US). She has all the relevant information with her including medical records. Please could you assist? Blessings.
Hi, think you should know this. My cousin sister’s husband just passed away two days ago. His condition deteriorated after chemo, How I wish he didn’t undergo any chemo…..Thanks
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Aug 23, 2017 Dear Dr Chris,
Good day! My cousin sister’s husband who is only 32 years old is suffering from sarcoma, final stage. He was diagnosed with it in late March (due to coughing non-stop) and is now in final stage. They just got married last year and my cousin sister just gave born to a baby boy (one month old).
He has undergone treatment (previously surgery done in China) and chemotherapy (for 1 time) only in GMC. His condition deteriorate after the chemo while my cousin was in confinement. He couldn’t walk now due to edema.
I came across your blog and I am impressed with your ideology, probably we can alleviate the condition by using herbs. I myself believe herbs can create miracles. There must be something which can help to suppress the development of sarcoma or even reduce the extension of it.
It’s sad to see a good family in bad shape. Hope to receive your feedback. Thanks.
Dear Dr Chris,
I myself believe in herbs. I would like to ask can he take both, meaning undergoes chemo and take herbs at the same time?
Reply: Go and do all the chemos first …. no need to take my herbs
Which means you only help those who don’t do or has stopped chemo?
Reply: Better… anything wrong they all blame me not the chemo.
Many people write to ask me if they should undergo chemotherapy or not. No, I cannot and would not answer such question.
Read what chemo is all about and you make your decision. In this way, if there is something wrong, you or others around you, cannot blame me.
Read this ….