Colon Cancer: Stress and bad food — recipe for disaster!

SY was 62-years-old when she was diagnosed with colon cancer. Her problem started with severe LIF (left iliac fossa) or left abdominal pain with difficulty in bowel movements and vomiting. There was blood in her stools. She struggled with her problem for about 3 months before going to see a doctor.

A colonoscopy done in August 2012 showed a sigmoid tumour with extensive colitis and ulceration extending from the tumour site to the ascending colon.

SY immediately had a surgery.

Colonscopy-sketch 5

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The histopathology report confirmed an infiltrating, ulcerating, moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma. The surgical margins were not involved but 5 out of the 12 mesenteric lymph nodes contained metastatic tumour. The omentum was free of tumour. This was a Stage C1 or Stage 3 (T3N2Mo) cancer.

SY was asked to undergo follow-up chemotherapy. Her family refused chemotherapy.  SY late husband had nose cancer and underwent radiotherapy and chemotherapy. He suffered badly from the treatment. Not too long ago, a relative had cancer, underwent surgery and chemo and then died. So the children did not want SY to go through the same journey. SY’s children came to seek our help in September 2012.

The first week of taking our herbs, SY had diarrhoea 7 to 8 times a day. But this problem resolved by itself after a while. She complained of poor appetite. After taking Capsule E, this problem was resolved after a week. She gained 1 kg after this. Apart from this, SY did not have any more problems. We never get to meet with SY at all because the family did not want her to know that she had cancer.

SY’s progress was monitored through blood tests as follows:

Date Platelets CEA CA 19.9 CA 125 ESR Remark
27 August 2012 582  H
26 Sept 2012 346  H On herbs 7 Sep 12
9 Oct 2012 n/a 4.0 n/a n/a n/a
13 April 2013 215 0.5 11.7 4.2 20
3 Jan 2014 276 5.0 11.2 5.5 15
23 Sept 2015 3.5
13 Nov 2015 9.5 Stress and bad food

For three years on CA Care Therapy, SY was doing fine. Her CEA was always within normal limit (below 5.0). Then in November 2015, SY’s children were alarmed as the CEA had increased to 9.5. They came to ask why for the past 3 years, SY was doing fine, and now the CEA was starting to increase? My answer to them is blunt and simple: What sin have you committed? Your mom must be eating all those bad food that we tell you not to eat!

At first, the children’s reaction was “to defend the indefensible.” No, she is on her proper diet! Really? No need to think too far behind. In September 2015 her CEA was at 3.5 and 2 months later it shot up to 9.5. What did you eat these past 2 months or what did you do wrong?

Slowly, we begun to unearth the answers of what went wrong!

  1. SY started to eat things like tosai, huat koi, kaya pau, putu mayong, chee cheong fun, poh piah, biscut, etc. Her justification was why can’t she eat all these since she is healthy now? She did not get any cancer anyway! (Note: those of you who do not want to tell your dad or mom that he/she ever has cancer, please take note!).
  2. From 2 October 2015, one of SY’s children opened a shop to start his business. SY was tasked with baby-sitting her grandchild. She was stressed out by this. She became bad tempered and she slept late, even as late as 1 a.m. and woke up as early as 5 a.m.

Our advice to SY’s children: Go home and have a family meeting.

  • Decide whether you all want your mother to live a longer life or you want to continue to make her a baby sitter and she will be dead soon after that.
  • Also if she wants to get well again, stop eating bad food.

Listen to our conversation that day.

Part 1: Three years on doing fine with CA Care Therapy

 

Part 2: Stress and bad food — recipe for disaster!

 

 

 

 

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Breast Cancer: When Work Stress Showed Up As Meridian Energy Imbalances

Jane (not real name, H-237) was 43 years old when she found a lump in her right breast in mid-2009. Then the lump “disappeared.” In October 2009, she “found” the lump again. She went to her GP doctor who examined her and said there was nothing amiss. But to be “safe” she was asked to go and see a specialist.

A mammogram was done – there was nothing. But USG showed a 1.2 cm lump. A biopsy was performed confirming that it was malignant. On 21 December 2009, Jane underwent a lumpectomy in addition to removing 14 of her lymph nodes. No cancer was found in the nodes. It was a Stage 1 cancer. Immunochemistry indicated that the tumour was negative for ER, PR but strongly positive for c-erbB-2. P53 was strongly over-expressed.

Jane was asked to undergo chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Based on the computer output, the oncologist told Jane that the benefit of chemotherapy and radiotherapy would be 16 percent – i.e. 16 out of 100 women are alive and without cancer because of the combined therapy.  Jane promptly refused further medical treatments and came to seek our help on 10 January 2010. Jane told us that she refused chemotherapy because she did not want to lose her hair. Moreover, her mother-in-law who had lymphoma died after two cycles of chemotherapy.

Jane was prescribed Capsule A, C-tea, Breast M and Breast L tea. In additional she was given GY5 and GY 6 tea for her 3 cm functional left ovarian cyst and a small uterine fibroid.

After her first visit in January 2010, we got to see Jane three times in 2010. Then Jane was out of our radar. We did not get to see her again until 24 May 2013, i.e. almost three years later.

Below are readings of Jane’s meridian energy as measured by the AcuGraph.

4 April 2010

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 10 September 2010

2-JC-10-Sept-2010 copy

24 May 2013

3-JC-24-May-2013 copy

 Listen to Jane explaining what life was like before, when and after she had breast cancer.

 

 

Jane was leading a life of extreme stress. Her AcuGraph readings in April and September of 2010 showed severe energy imbalances and we advised Jane to lead a more relaxed life if she wanted to survive her cancer. Jane got the message and in August 2011 Jane decided to retire from her job. And gone were her work stress and job responsibility phobia. She could sleep well. The AcuGraph reading on May 2013 showed it all.

Acknowledgment: CA Care records its sincere thanks to Dr. Adrian Larsen, President of Miridia Technology Inc., USA, for his generosity in donating a unit of AcuGraph 4 for our research. This enabled us to provide “AcuGraph reading” for our cancer patients without charge.