A Day With Chris Teo

Research on effectiveness of herbs and alternative therapies for cancer

Archive for the month “July, 2015”

Colon Cancer from Sarawak

Dear Dr. Teo ,

My sister is diagnosed colorectal cancer, stage 3-4 , please see below – interpretation of her medical report.

  1. Rectosigmoid colon: infiltrating moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma with invasion to paracolic soft tissue with direct invasion into adjacent loop of small intestine and metastases to 4 out 33 lymph nodes. Proximal and distal margins if both colon and small intestine, are free of tumour
  2. Proximal doughnut: Free of tumour
  3. Distal doughnut: Free of tumour
  4. Lateral Pelvic wall: Extensive infiltration by adenocarcinoma.

My sister  had opened operation on 10th July and she was told to do further treatments.  Could you please advise me that the  other possibilities of treatments, apart from both radiotherapy and Chemotherapy? How many treatments and duration are needed and also the cost of the entire treatments please? Many thanks of your attention. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Reply: Where are you from? Go to my website: www.cacare.com or  www.CancerCareMalaysia.com  and you have all the info you need to know. Take care.

Dear Doctor Teo,

Many thanks for your replied email promptly and information.  I am so pleased that to know that your “powerful herb” by God’s grace can reduce the risk of developing cancer.

My Sister (Chinese “foo chow”) is from my …. East Malaysia. She saw oncologist on 20th July. I am in London, UK.  I would like to know over all expenses required for the Herbs and number of the days they need to stay there.

I have been purchasing some vitamins and supplements from UK (Solgar: selenium, vitamin c 1000, bone support, vitamin D3, Calcium magnesium plus zinc & Pomi-T) one bottle each for my sister.

  1. Can above supplements and vitamins take along side with your prescription herbs?
  2. If so, could you please recommend me any other supplements which are needed?
  3. Or it is better just to take your herbs to avoid contraction?

I am eagerly looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Reply: I am sorry I cannot help patients from faraway places or through the net … I have already explained this in my website …

For those who ask for help online

Thank you very much for writing to us about your problem. We fully understand the need to find alternative methods when medical science has failed. CA Care exists because of this need. In the past we did try to help cancer patients via the net. But our experience showed that we failed miserably. It did not work out.

To be useful to cancer patients:

I need to see patients personally or at least a family member who knows exactly the problem. I need to talk to them and assess their problems face to face. By seeing the patients, I might be able know what was wrong with them. Then I need to see all the medical reports and scans – blood test results, USG, MRI, CT or PET scan.  It is only after this study and dialogue that I know exactly what to do and prescribe the herbs. There are over 100 types of herbal teas that we specially formulated for cancer patients and they are specific for each problem. So to get the best from our experience means we just cannot do things on line.

After patient takes the herbs, I would need them to come back again after a week or two for me to assess the effectiveness of the herbs. If there is a need to I may have to add or subtract certain herbs.

By meeting and talking to patients and know what they eat, how they live, etc. I would be able to know what has gone wrong and suggest changes.

Cancer is a complex problem that involves both physical and mental aspects. Taking herbs alone is no magic. We have to do more than that – change of lifestyle, mental attitude, diet etc.

The above is nothing new. Patients need to be physically present to get help from their medical doctors. Every patient knows that. The same applies to CA Care. This is even more necessary knowing that almost all patients who come or write to us are medically failed cases – they are generally at the end stage where their doctors cannot meaningfully help them anymore. So at CA Care, I need to be more serious and more committed than just reading emails and trying to play god. 

I hope you understand through this short explanation that it is extremely hard for me to help patients who live in foreign countries. I have tried this for some years and my experience showed me that at the end of it all, it is just a waste of effort and also a waste of money on your part. It is most frustrating indeed for me.

If you have read our articles in the websites: www.cacere.com or www.cacare.org or www.CancerCareMalaysia.compatients do experience miraculous healing. You will note that these patients (or a family member) come here and we do the therapy together. That is the reason why they succeed. I need to see patients every now and then to know what is going on.

I don’t want to be negative.  I understand that you need help but I must be sincere and honest to myself too. In my heart I know there are times and situations when I just cannot help. The problem is beyond me to solve. And I also know that I cannot solve everybody’s problem in this world. I have been working very hard every day to help cancer patients and I know in my heart that I can do that much and no more.

But please don’t give up. If you open up your heart and mind, you will know that there are also alternative healers in your own country. Why don’t you try them? Ask around and you may find one. I am sorry for being unable to help.

 

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Itchy: Liver Cancer

Hi Chris,

My father is diagnosed with malignant liver cancer that spreads to lung (sugestif metastasis). His appetite is quite good and he is using electrical jacket from alternative cancer healer in Indonesia.

The problem that we face at the moment is he feels severe itch in all over the body and no prescribed medicine for this specified issue. Although his dermatologist has already give him a topical cream. It doesn’t help that much.

I know that it’s better for us to come since it’s important for you to see his condition directly. But he is too weak at the moment for overseas trip and I plan to come by myself to Penang.

Is there any way to lessen the itchy feeling at the moment? Since he said that he is quite upset with this and causing stress on him. Also he does not have a good appetite for food that contain no salt in it, even he likes fruits, it has to be a taste in the veggies. And by the way, he loves meat. Now I realize that what he likes are actually what is his cancer like. And it’s quite hard to change his habit totally. Thank you for your support.

Reply: I cannot help patients who cannot change their diet or life style.

We are not a direct selling product agency

Hi Chris,

I got your capsules details from a friend who is consuming these capsules and find it effective for prostate cancer.

I heard that medical report is required to purchase these capsules? I am ordering on behalf of a friend who has prostate cancer.

Kindly let me know how do I order? Thanks.

Reply: No we don’t sell capsule to any people …if patient needs help he must come and see me …bring all medical reports.

 

Surgery, Chemo, Radiation Did Not Cure Her! Made her worse off?

Dear Dr. Chris Teo,

Good evening.

My name is T and I am writing to seek your advice on my mother’s condition.

She is 72 years old and was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer with liver metastases on 30th August 2014 last year at KPJ, Ipoh.

The doctor advised for urgent surgery as the tumor was almost 100% blocking her colon.  The surgery was done on 3rd September 2014 about 3 days after the diagnosis.

About 4 weeks after the surgery, she undergone her first chemotherapy.  The chemotherapies were performed once every two weeks.  The CEA level go up and down during this process.  She was having numbness on her hand, feet and right face which I think may due to side effects of the chemo and her disease.  The numbness is still there today. At the same time, she is having lower back pain.

In February 2015 (during the Chinese New Year), her right eyelid  ‘drop/close’ suddenly and we sent her to hospital for investigation.  At that moment, she has already undergone  7 times of chemotherapy.  She was sent for plain CT Brain scan and report came back with the following comment :

“Heterogenous mass is seen at the right parasellar region with extension into sphenoid sinus and destruction of the adjacent bones.”

The doctor recommended a treatment consist of 10 radiotherapies treatment – one treatment a day for 10 days on the parasellar mass.  During the radiotherapy, the chemotherapy was temporary stop.

Chemotherapy was continued after this radiotherapy treatment.

Around one month after completion of this radiotherapy treatment (April 2015), her eyelid opened but she experienced double vision.  Unfortunately, in June 2015, her right eyelid ‘drop/close’ again and the lower back pain worsen.  We sent her back to hospital for investigation again.

The doctor performed ultrasound on her upper abdomen and X-ray Thoracic and lumbosacral spine.  The impression on the upper abdomen was reported as below :-

“ Diffuse liver metastases. Unable to detect any focal lesions by USS”

The impression on the X-ray was reported as below :

“ Osteoporosis with wedge compression fracture T10. No sign to suggest pathological fracture at the moment.  Lumbar spondylosis  incidently noted”

The doctor recommended another chemotherapy with new drug call “ Irinotecan”.  This chemo was done in 23rd June 2015.  She was discharged from hospital after the chemotherapy and is now resting at home with sickening side effects.

She has so far undergone 11 chemotherapy of 5FU, 2 chemotherapy of oral Xeloda 500 mg and 1 chemo of Irinotecan.  Her body is very weak now.

My mother is believer in herbs and we  hope that Dr. Teo can provide us with some advice.  Perhaps, shall I make appointment to see you so that I can bring her full medical report to seek your professional  advice.  The above is just a summary which I briefly recall.

For your information, I am her second son and is now working in Kuala Lumpur. My mother is now at hometown Ayer Tawar, Perak with my sister and brother looking after her.

Hope to get your favorable responses which I believe can offer some hope to our beloved mother and I appreciate for your time to go through this  email.

Best regards.

Reply: Come and see me Monday to Friday at about 11 a.m.

Prostate Cancer from Florida — Hormone therapy & radiation failed

My man was diagnosed Oct 2012 with prostate cancer with metastases to his sacrum.   His Gleason’s score was 4+4=8 Stage 4 cancer.  His PSA was 99.

We live in Florida (USA) and went the medical oncology route beginning with hormone therapy -Trelstar injection from his urologist which lowered his PSA. then a chemo iv drip with zometa was used which caused some bones to weaken so it was discontinued.

His PSA generally stays between 12 and 5.  This year when his psa was at 15 he underwent 45 external radiation treatments which were aimed to his prostate, and sacrum as well as several smaller tumors on other nearby bones. Treatment ended May 1, 2015.
The follow up imaging in June 2015 showed no decrease in tumor size and uptake but the doctors all state how pleased they are since “they consider” NO GROWTH OR INCREASE as Remission even though the cancer remains the same.   His bone pain is much worse now
( he also has some degenerative bone and muscle disease)  he had to quit working last week and is now on disability. They want him to see an orthopedic specialist. He is 54 years old.

After reading your website I am intrigued at a possibility of a better way of handling this.  I would appreciate your thoughts if you have time to share them with me.   I would be very appreciative.

Sincerely and respectfully.

Reply: I am too far away to be able to help you. If I am sick, and live in Florida…I would go to this place: http://hippocratesinst.org/Hippocrates Health Institute offers natural health care and education.

It is amazing to me that we get this immediate Response from you. It takes much longer to hear from Most of his doctors and they live within A few miles from us. Thank you for your reply.  I have looked At the website you recommended and I will do the research tomorrow.   Are you personally aware of anyone having gone to them?   Have a pleasant day. Respectfully,

Reply: Go to this website: http://michaelleelanning.com/books.html This is the book that I read some time ago. 

“At War With Cancer: One Couple’s Strategic Battles for Survival Using Both Traditional and Alternative Treatments” 

When diagnosed with Stage IV kidney cancer, LTC (Ret) Michael Lee Lanning faced a new and fearsome enemy that the doctors said would kill him in 6-18 months. Instead of accepting this as his fate, Lanning, with the help of his wife Linda, pursued strategies–both conventional and alternative–to battle his disease and fight for his life. This book tracks the Lannings’ war with cancer from diagnosis to survival, from exploring traditional treatments at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center to transitioning to a raw vegan lifestyle learned at Hippocrates Health Institute, from enduring the depths of despair to embracing the heights of hope. Their experiences and insights shared here is the information they sought for themselves when Lanning was first diagnose.

 

 

Relapsed Ovarian Cancer

Hello Dr Chris,

Let me introduce myself, I am G. My friend introduced me your webpage and I’m very impressed with your research in rodent tuber, I hope this can save my mother.

My mother, 59 years old, her cancer is back. I would like to bring her to see you. She was suffering from ovary cancer in June 2013, after 6 times chemo, the cancer is gone in Aug 2013.

But last month CA125 test showed 76 and repeated test last week was 120. She is now in Seremban. Can I make a appointment with you … I will bring along all the test report.

Best regards.

Reply: No I cannot save or cure her .. I can do my best to help BUT never cure. Even doctors cannot cure!

I understood, nothing is 100% guarantee.

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