Breast Cancer from KL
Dear Dr. Chris,
Obtained your contact from a friend of mine. My mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and liver metastases.
Appointment with an oncologist will be this coming Monday on the appropriate chemotherapy treatment. Prior to the commencement of the procedure, we would like to seek your advise on the same.
Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.
Reply I have written enough — in fact too much already — about cancer in my websites www.cacare.com and related 13 websites …go there and read.
You may wish to read these…
This is the way our world is now. You need to take care of yourself. You have to be responsible for your own health and wellbeing. If not, it may be like “just jumping into the sea.”
Listen to these two stories below ….
Wisdom of a Daughter
The doctor wanted him to do chemotherapy. We did not allow him to do so. I argued with the doctor.
The doctor did not get angry with you? Yes, he was but I did not bother. Since we did not want to go for chemo (injection) he was asked to take an oral drug for his liver. This cost RM 20,000 per month.
Dissecting Chemotherapy 10: No Chemo for Mom’s Breast Cancer – Wisdom of a Son
Son: I did not have much confidence (in what they did on her). She went for an operation and after that the doctor asked her to do chemo. Before the surgery, I asked the doctor, “What is the reason my mother has breast cancer?” The doctor replied, “No reason. If it happens, it happens.” I don’t think this was a logical enough answer because any illness must have a cause. This doctor is an expert – so famous yet that was the answer he gave me – if the cancer is going to strike you, it strikes you.