She Passed Away Peacefully
Fax from Sarawak:
Message: Prof. Dr. Chris Teo
I got in touch with you on January 4 this year about my sister-in-law who had terminal cancer. Subsequent to your reply, we got in touch and obtained the medication from Dr. Leong in Kuching. She had been taking the Cancer Therapy medication since then.
My sister-in-law passed away peacefully on 5 March, last Monday. She died without having the need for painkillers, such as morphine although the cancer had spread to almost all the soft organs in her body. She even managed to smile and laugh during her last few days, something very amazing for a person in her condition. She was bedridden but after taking the therapy medication for a few days, she was able to get up and move around (with support of course) until the day that she died.
On behalf of the family, I would like to thank you for the works that you have carried out. We wish you all the best for your Cancer Care Therapy.
Comments: We are indeed grateful to MI for sharing with us. We rarely have people writing to share such healing, especially when the outcome is not what they had wanted or hoped for.
MI sent us a fax dated 4 January 2001: My sister-in-law is 54 years old and had a partial mastectomy in 1993 to remove a cancerous growth. Now the cancer had spread to parts of her liver, intestine, ovaries and uterus. She is having bloated abdomen and swelling of the right leg. The bloating of the abdomen is reduced by periodic controlled removal of fluid. No other treatment can be given.
Life and death is God’s prerogative. He determines when we should go. Therefore, let us accept that gracefully. However, it would be wonderful that while we are still alive we do not suffer unbearable pain. As MI said, it was amazing to be able to smile and laugh – then, we go.