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CA Rectum to Liver from India

Dear Sir,

I have came across CA cancer care, Penang, Malaysia through net. I also read about the motivating story of an old lady at the age of 75, diagnosed with colo-rectal cancer and liver metastasis, who has lived up to the age of 90. It was really happy to see such a condition.

Now, I would like to mention that this mail, is to seek help and guidance for the management of such a condition.

It is my father Mr. K.P., diagnosed with CA rectum with liver metastasis. He is already a cardiac patient and diabetic. The heart pumping efficiency is between 20-30%. With this condition, and the stage of diagnosis, there was no chance for surgery, Circumferential wall thickening involving rectum for a length of approx 140 mm is observed. The metastasis in liver is up to 40 % involving segment 6 and 7. liver is enlarged by 174 mm. Now he had developed Jaundice because of this and eyes had become yellow.

Presently we are taking traditional medicines for bringing down bilirubin level and for the tumour.  Since he cannot undergo chemo, I would like to request you to guide me regarding the treatment at your centre. Though we may not be able to bring him in person, we can follow the regulations. Any one of us can do the follow up.

We wish he gains good health and be active and does the activities.

Please do help in this regard.

If there is course of treatment, I would like to know about the cost for the same.

 

Reply: There is nothing much I can do via the net — please go through my writings — 400+ of them in the website.

 

Sir,

One of our family friend will come and meet you in person and then can you extend your support. I would like to know, if the herbal teas can be taken with alternate medicine. I am reading the articles written by you.

Thank You. With regards, Dr. P.G.

 

Dear Dr. P.G.,
Let me be very honest and straight with you … it is no use trying to treat metastatic liver cancer. No cure and I am very, very reluctant to take on patients from far away countries. No use and no benefit … disappointed and wasted effort.
Below is my standard reply to those who wrote me …..

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.com patients 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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On the side line — shopping for a cure?

Dear Dr. Chris Teo,

Hello and a very good day to you. I got your contacts via my aunt who suffered from cancer 10 years ago. She had been through radiation therapy but stopped after have your consultation and taking your medication. Right now she is still living well and the cancer did not come back.

Back to the subject, I would like to book an appointment slot on Oct 17 1030hrs on behalf of my father, who has stage 3 colon cancer. He just went through operation … to remove the cancer part under advise of Doctor on 22nd Aug. We are afraid that the cancer will come back. So we will like to have your consultation and take the prescribed medication from you.

My parents will be in Penang from Oct 14 to Oct 22 to attend my ROM. Due to the busy schedule, we are only free on Oct 17, 18 and 21, as per your appointment slot, morning 1030hrs to 1130hrs. We understand that you will be busy as well, providing consultation to other patients as well, therefore we would like to find a slot for my dad consultation. Hopefully we can work it out and make it happens.

Please find the requested first time visit form which I filled up on behalf of my dad. We can filled that properly during the consultation. I also attach along his medical report in this mail in case that you needed them.

Please kindly revert back on the possibility of the appointment slot at your earliest convenience.

Appreciate your help and thank you in advance. Have a good day. Thanks and regards,

Reply: I am sorry..I don’t accept booking way ahead of time .. I don’t know where I will be next month …. and I don’t want to be tied up with appointment. Write me again 1 or 2 weeks before the due date….and see if I am available or not. My suggestion to you ….there is no need to take my herbs..go and see the doctors and let them take care of your father.

 

Kanker Usus – kemo 14 x

Dear Dr.crish,
Saya wiwik di indonesia,baru saja saya membaca google tentang pengobatan CA cancer. Saat ini mertua laki laki umur 46 menderita kanker usus stadium 4 dan sudah menjalankan kemoterapi 14x. Pada saat kemo ke 12 kondisinya mendingan tapi pada kemo ke 14 dokter memberi resep salah dosis obat hingga berakibat fatal.

Saat ini kondisi mertua memburuk rambutnya rontok, kaki bengkak, kondisi badan lemas suhu tubuh hanya 31 derajat tekanan darah dibawah 80 tidak ada selera makan. Ingatan semakin buruk.sering emosi.
yang ingin saya tanyakan bisakah kami menjalani pengobatan di indonesia karena kondisi saat ini tidak memungkinkan datang ke malaysia.

tolong dokter beri petunjuknya.

trimakasih banyak dokter saya sangat mengharapkan balasannya.

 

 

From Singapore: Colon Cancer Spread to Her Lung

Hi Dr Chris,

I am from Singapore. I would like to consult you. Do you have a clinic in Johore? How do I go about making an appointment?

Below is my brief medical history:

2008: Right hemicolectomy done for stage 3 colon cancer

2009: Received a bout of chemotherapy

2012: Wedge resection right lung done for metastasis colon cancer

2014: Resection of lower lobe right lung

9/2015: CT scan showed 5mm nodule lower lobe left lung. Next CT scan is scheduled for January 2016

Thanks for taking time to read my email.

God Bless!

Reply: I am sorry, you need to come and see me in Penang.

 

 

 

Cancer – Hospitalised in Yogya

Dear dr. Chris K. H. Teo,

My name SA from Indonesia. Thank you for your time to read my email.

I got your contact from my aunty, that you are concern on help cancer patient.

I am writing this email to consult my autie’s condition, Mrs. T (female, 63 y.o.). She has been diagnosed with adenocarcioma cancer around C loop duodenal area since a month ago. Doctor had performed gastrojejunostomy for her, unfortunately the mass itself could not be removed due to its location. now her condition is declining, loss appetite, icteric, ascites, and hypoalbuminemia. She is compos mentis but weak, no passing stools at the moment for about 10 days, eat small but frequent 3-5 spoons only (if too much she will vomit), back pain, couldn’t sit on bed more than 30 minutes. Now she still stay at hospital (4th weeks) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She is under supervised by local internist and surgeon.

Chris, would you mind to help me checking my aunty’s medical resume as attached. We would like to seek for your help if there is therapy you can do for her. Our family agree to take her to meet you if there is high possibility for her to recover better. Kindly let me know if you need other medical information, i will provide as long as i can.

Thank you so much, dr. Chris. I am looking forward for good news from you.

Reply: Please do not bring her to see me here. Let her stay in the hospital and let the doctors take care of her.

 

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.

 

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.

Colon Cancer from Batam, Indonesia

Dear Dr Teo,

I am KK from Batam, Indonesia.

My mother was diagnosed  with colon cancer yesterday and I came across your blog while searching to understand the disease last night.

Here’s some details of her condition:

My mother (77 years old), has been feeling some pain in the left side of her lower abdomen for slightly more than a month. She has seen three GP at Tanjung Pinang. As she has also experiencing constipation since last week, I brought her to Johor and  we consulted a gastroenterologist. The doctor recommended a colonoscopy and it was performed yesterday morning. The result is not good. We saw a huge tumor, 4 cm in length, at 17 cm from the rectum. We were immediately booked to see a surgeon who advised us to have an operation as soon as possible, for fear that the tumor might grow to completely block the intestine within few days or weeks. The surgeon also mentioned that judging from the invasiveness of the growth, chemotherapy is likely needed after the operation.

We had a family meeting this afternoon, and my siblings suggested that we go to Singapore tomorrow to get a second opinion.

We understand that my mother might not be able to withstand the chemotherapy. So we do not plan to let her suffer thru the chemo after reading and hearing so much about the adverse side-effects. We plan to bring my mother to visit Dr Teo and seek your help to treat her.

However, we have one concern. The part of the intestine with the tumor has almost been blocked, leaving just a hole of the size of the little finger.

We’d like to seek your advice:

  1. How many days after taking the herbs and following the diet and other instructions you are going to give, can we expect to see the tumor start to shrink? My fear is that the intestine will get fully blocked before the herbs take effect.
  2. In your opinion, which is better for my mother, is it going thru the operation first before taking herbs, or do not go for operation at all but start immediately taking the herbs.
  3. Is there any other thing you think will be useful to share with me?

Dr Teo, thank you for reading my email and I’m looking forward to hear from you. I have read quite a bit of your blog and thanks for the information with hope you have been sharing online.

With Regards.

Reply:  You can go for the operation …. after the operation …rest for 2 weeks and then can take the herbs.

Thanks Dr Teo for your prompt reply. Will keep in touch with you.

Dear Dr Teo,

My mom has a colon cancer removed and she was discharged 4 days ago on Sunday. According to her surgeon, her cancer is stage 3 because cancer is found in some part of the lymphatic system. We are very concerned and would like to make a trip to see you as soon as possible. Will it be possible for us to have a consultation with you this Friday. Thank you.

Reply: Come on any day next week from Monday to Friday at 11 a.m.

 

 

Colon Cancer from India

Name = dr v
Message Subject = colon cancer stage 3a
———————————-
hello,

My father was operated for colon ca stage 3a on 16 th july 2014.

Chemotherapy  was tried on 18 august which he could not tolerate due to complications.

I came to know about you. would request you to guide me on the same.

Regards   Dr V

Reply: Where are you from? Go to my website: www.cacare.org and you have all the info you may need.

I am from new Delhi,  India. If  i plan to come to malaysia how long would be the stay and how often is the visit required.
Thanks and regards.

Reply: No need to stay here ..talk to me for about an hour or so…bring copies of all medical reports and scan…. I prescribe herbs and you go home …patient need not come.

Terminal Stage Colon Cancer – Treatment is just to buy time

Dear Dr. Chris,

Nice to meet you.  My dad is diagnosed with 4th stage of colon cancer  days ago.   Attached above is some of the photos during the operation and reports.

My dad has proper diet all these while. Every morning, he will have oats. But he has a bad habits of eating tit bits such as nuts and Chinese tea during night time. He started to have this discomfort feeling at the lower abdominal area during Feb’14. During Apr’14, he had shingles at his abdominal area but recovered quite fast without any medication. However the discomfort feelings continue, therefore he went to seek for specialist during late Apr’14.

Finally, he went for operation on 24/5/2014 and by then diagnosed by doctor with 4th stage of colon cancer. Doctor did not remove the tumor but did a by-pass. According to the doctor, the cancer cells have spread all over his abdominal organs. Even with chemotherapy, it is just to buy time. Details are attached above.

I am desperately to meet you so that I can help my dad. However, he just underwent operation. Do you think his condition is fit to travel down to Penang and meet you in person? We stay in Shah Alam, Selangor. Or do you think I can just meet you personally and bring my dad over by then?

Your help and opinion is very much needed. Hope to receive your reply the soonest the possible. Very much appreciated. Thanks.

Note: My dad did a heart by-pass surgery few years before. He has slight high cholesterol.

Reply: No problem, come and see me.

Colorectal cancer from India

Hello Chris,

I am from Bangalore (India). One of our known referred us to your services in Cancer treatment and I would like to connect with you in regards to my Dad’s cancer. I have tried to summarize a few details below stage wise for your quick reference and if needed can surely help you with the medical reports as well.

          MEDICAL TREATMENT 

AUG 2011
Diagnosed suffering from locally advanced rectosigmoid adenocarcinoma with intestinal obstruction.

5 SEPT 2011
Patient taken for anterior resection
Abdomen opened for midline incision
Colostomy done
Abdomen closed. Advised to undergo chemoradiations for downstaging .

OCT/NOV 2011
25 Sessions of radiation with adjuvant chemoradiations (downstaging treatment)

Jan 2012
Low anterior resection done
Patient operated for elective low anterior resection post chytoreduction chemoradiation for removal of
Growth present at Rectosigmoid junction adherent to bladder ,dense adherence present posteriorly .

FEB TO SEPTEMBER :
undergone 6 cycles of chemotherapy (FOLFOX 4 REGIMEN )
(REPORT ATTACHED)

20TH SEPT 2012

Post chemotherapy PET carried out showed a subcentimetric nodule in RUL .Nodule could not be classified .
Doctors advised review after 3 months
nil treatment

OCT 2012
Surgery done for closure of colostomy

1st JANUARY 2013
PET for review
shows increase in size of previous lung nodule and appearance of new nodules indicating progression of disease

Undergone chemotherapies at Fortis Hospital,Mohali . Total 6 cycles(24 doses of Erbitux 500mg , Irinotecan 250mg,inj 5FU 1gm, Lecovorin 400mg )
12 weekly doses already administered .12 more pending.

February 2014.

ARS done and rectum removed, as the cancer was detected again around that area. Bioposy reports still shows the presence of cancer in the outer walls of the colon.

May 2014.

Hernia detected at the area where the bag has been attached.

Rectal Cancer – worry about chemo for mom

Dear Dr Chris,

Good Day.

I am sorry to disturb you and I understand you would be very busy. However, I would like to inquire if this Friday is the earliest date that  I can drop in if I would like to bring my mom to visit your CA Care Therapy ? And can we just walk in or by appointment?

Summary of my Mom condition :-

Confirmed Rectal Cancer by Hospital in April, 2014.

Hospital had arranged 3rd June 14 for Chemo arrangement and Radiotherapy

Food : Now in vegetarian and organic diet.

However, recently my mom is complaining of painful in passing tool and urine.

Attachment : Report from Hospital. (We do have CT scan report, will bring along during our visit)

We quiet worry on the chemo thing and start searching for another option. And which is how I got your web. I had tried calling 04-6595881 (but haha, i suppose that is the number for taxi driver for direction)

Awaiting for your valuable reply. 

Reply: You can come and see me tomorrow at 11 am with all the medical reports if you like. 

Wow!!! Thousand of Thanks of your reply.

Do you think we can make if  a bit later coz my mom is in JB. If possible, by tomorrow afternoon.  So, I can arrange to pick her in JB  and start our journey to Penang from KL by tomorrow morning. I am really sorry that i seems troublesome.

 

Cancer of the Rectum from KL

Dear Dr Teo,
Thank you very much for your kindness in helping the cancer patients. My colleague had just underwent rectal tumour operation and he is very
worrying that he might have to go for chemotherapy. For your information he is diagnosed with rectal cancer stage II.
We would like to go to Penang to get consultation from you and we fully  understand the visiting day and time are:
Fridays (3 p.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sundays (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.)
Appreciate if you could let us have your centre¹s contact number. Thank you very much.
Reply: See this http://cacare.org/2012/06/06/about-us-2/

Dear Dr. Teo,

My name is Goh. I’m + 57 years old and is the patient to seek further medical treatment to my rectal cancer.

It’s just came to my attention .. all in about 3 weeks and I have an operation on 29-4-2014 in KL by Dr. Y. I attached herewith the
discharged medical report for your kind perusal. I would like to avoid chemotherapy or radio therapy treatment and wish to meet you for your
professional guidance cum further treatment.

I planning to meet you together with Ms. SH tomorrow afternoon. Your advice in this aspect is highly appreciated. Thank you.
Reply: No problem Goh, just come with all your medical reports and scan if you have …. In the meantime go to my website: www.cancercaremalaysia.com and read about colorectal cancer. There are plenty of stories in there for you to read. No worry, you will be okay.

 

Rectal Cancer from India

 

Dear Doc,
As many other patients I write to u with great hope. My sister (Age 35) has been a patient of Ulcerative Colitis since 2001 but it was in remission since 2010. In December 2013 she was diagnosed with rectal cancer (tumour in the rectum and mets in the peritoneum and some effect on the ovary too. She is presently undergoing chemotherapy Folfox 6 and has completed 6 sessions n 6 more sessions remain. However she is in poor health n not able to tolerate chemotherapy and therefore the disagree is to be reduced from next time.

She has lost 12kg since treatment started and weighs only 44kg now. The doctors also say that curative surgery is not possible and give her only a few years even with chemotherapy.
I am attaching few important reports here. I can send you all the reports if you require. I understand you need either the patient or a person to visit who knows the details. Presently my sister is repeatedly getting hospitalised due to weakness n not able to travel. I myself can come but that too only after my sister gets some relief. I would like to ask you that based on your experience and past cases do you think you can help her. Also would you recommend that she gets surgery done or shall we avoid it at the moment.

We are from India and I can visit after some time and when my sister gets better we can visit for a personal consultation too. However at the moment I request your opinion regarding what do you think in her case. Thank you,

Reply: There is not much choice …no body can cure any cancer. 

But doc, you mention on your site not to panic. Looking at your site I understand that with your medicines one can keep it at bay and live disease free n long healthy life. Please tell me if you can help. Thanks.

Reply:  It is hard for me to make any promise … because I am not in  a business of making money trying to mislead patients. If you think that I can help you, bring all the medical reports and come and see me. But before that please read what I wrote in my website www.cacare.org about help on line.

13-Year Old with Colon Cancer ????

Dear Dr. Chris,

Here I ‘m G from Medan- Indonesia, and I would like your help how to further treatment of case my son:

I have a son with 13 years old and on February 7 have surgery in Medan as infection at his colon and the doctor cut his colon around 17 cm from the appendix. After surgery the colon sample was done Pathology Anatomy    and the result said my son have colon cancer. And then I took the slide and sample of colon and do the analysis with others doctor and their result : Benign lesion chronic inflammatory process.

The slides from both doctor pathology- Indonesia, I took to Penang thru Mount Miriam Hospitals for re – read the slide and the result as attached file.

So here I would like your opinion how to make my son secure from that infection and would you like inform me also how to meet you /where (which place) we can come for consult.

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