Daisy is a 28-year-old lady from Indonesia. In May 2018, Daisy found a lump in her right breast. In June 2018, she went to a hospital in Melaka and had a biopsy. The doctor told her it was a ductal carcinoma. Daisy was told to undergo a surgery to be followed by chemotherapy. The prospect of having to undergo chemotherapy frightened her. She went home without undergoing any medical treatment.
Following a friend’s recommendation, she went to seek the help of a sinseh in Jakarta. Daisy was prescribed herbal powders which she had to take every day. The cost of these herbal mixtures ranged from IDR 15 to 20 million per month (that is equivalent to RM4,500 to RM6,000 per month).
Daisy was on this herbal treatment for about eleven months and the picture below shows the pathetic result.
According to Daisy, from July to August 2018, she had difficulty breathing. This problem resolved after taking the herbs. But the herbs make her situation worse. By December 2018 the breast started to harden, it turned reddish and the tumour burst. She had pains.
Someone told Daisy about CA Care. She went into our website. She and her mother came to seek our help. Before she came, she went for a blood test. On 7 June 2019, her CEA was at 4.6 but her CA123 was at 192.9
Listen to our conversation that morning:
Here are some of the important points we discussed. I hope you too can take time to reflect on them and hopefully learn something.
Chris: When you went to see the sinseh in Jakarta, did he read the medical reports? Did he know that the lump in your breast is cancerous? What did he say? Take nis herbs and you would be cured?
Daisy: His advice was: don’t operate and don’t do any chemo. Take the herbs and don’t worry.
C: Did he know that your breast had turned from “good” to “bad” – rotten? Did he see what had happened to your breast?
D: Sometimes, I didn’t get to see him at all during my visit to his clinic in Jakarta.
C: Why did you continue to take the herbs even after seeing your breast had gone “rotten”? Why did you not stop and ask what had gone wrong? Why do you continue to believe him?
D: The sinseh said it has to be like that. Nothing to worry.
C: Did you go back to him again and show him your breast (picture above)?
C: You were being misled — cheated! My experiences tell me that if the lump is cancerous, it has to be removed. There are many “dumb” ladies like you, who came to see me with their rotten breasts. Here are some pictures (below) …these are not your breasts … why do these ladies ever allow such a thing to happen to them? I don’t know.
First, let me ask you one frank question. Do you want to live or do you want to die?
D: I want to live. That is why I am here.
C: Want can I do now to help you? Nothing much. My advice is for you to go and see a good doctor and see if he can help remove your rotten breast. You can go to any of these two doctors in Penang and see what they have got to offer you. I guess the doctor will ask you to go for chemo first. This is to shrink the tumour and then he will remove the whole breast after that.
You may need to undergo 3 cycles of chemo first and see what happen. You may need 6 cycles in all. So let’s see what happen. So, again I say. Go and see the doctor first and listen to what he says. After that you can come back to me again if you need help.
If you are afraid of the side effects of the chemo, you can take our Chemo-Tea. This tea may be able to help you with the side effects while undergoing chemo.
As it is now, I can only say this is the only “logical and perhaps the right path” for you to take. I also suggest that you go home and think about this. Or go and see the doctors I mentioned right away.
Since you pray to Buddha, I suggest that you ask Buddha what to do. Pray!
Then it is up to you to decide what you want to do. Always remember that if you need help, you can always come back to us. My consultation is free of charge.