A Day With Chris Teo

Research on effectiveness of herbs and alternative therapies for cancer

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Swollen Eye: Cancer

Dear Sir, Mdme,

I,ve heard about your hospital for cancer from Herlin Nias.  I would like to ask about my father  90 years old with good health. One month ago, suddenly his left eye become red and has inflammatory (bengkak in Indonesia language). After several time to Eye Medical Specialist, he had a CT Scan. According to result : he has cancer inside left side nose and eye and is a serious stadium, because of destruction of bone and “intrakranial” which according to doctor, the cancer has already attack brain.

I’ ve also made an consultation with Medical Doctor, specialist in Onkology Surgeon,who also said that he could not do surgery for my father because of “intrakranial” condition and also because of age (90 year old). One possibility is only radiation, but also have a big risk, because of age factor.

My question is : what can we (me and my brother and sister) do about my father cancer? Attached please find photos of my father 1 month ago and today, and also 1 copy of CTS can result.

Thanks to God for my father now is still in good health and do not feel sickness or anything about his cancer, except if his left eye been touch.  Waiting for your advice and or opinion. Thanks and Best Regards.

Reply: I also do not know what to say or advise you. Suddenly his condition developed so fast. I only see the pictures…how can I help? I really don’t know. I don’t know if my herbs can help at all.

Cancer of the Eye from Indonesia

Dear Dr. Chris,

I am Judy from Riau, Sumatra, Indonesia. I got your address from a friend and this is a blessing for our family since we have a brother-in-law who has a serious cancer in his eye. One of his eyes had been taken out on an operation at Melaka hospital. But he never recovered ever since. The eye is swollen and almost covered his face and he has lost his weight.

About 2 weeks ago, we took him to the hospital in Pekanbaru, Riau for scanning. Doctor said that his brain has also infected with cancer (he is 50 years old)

Dr. Chris please, we would appreciate your advice. Please response to my email and direct me what to do.

Stage 4 metastases alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma from Singapore – three months to live after all the chemos …

Jan 2009-NUH Chemo-VAC (vincristine/adriamycin/cyclophosphamide) ifosfamide/etoposide,toptecan 31 Aug to Sept 2009 – Parkway Cancer Centre Gemcitabine/taxotere/bevacizumab Oct 2009-NUH imatinib Feb 2010 to Mar 2010 – NCCS Radiotherapy April 2010 – NCCS Rapamycin 2mg & erlotinib 100mg (stop does not work) Doctor say 3 months to live only

Reply: Thanks for your email … if the doctors did all the chemo and said three months to live, I am not sure if there is anything I can do to help.

Hi Chris,
Is there anyway you could help my son who is still very young at 15 years old. I understand you had treated before some terminally ill cancer patients which doctor say there is no hope. Hopefully you can come out with something to help him. We had got all the CD of his MRI and medical reports.


Reply: Come and see me.

Hi Chris,
Thank for your reply that give us some hope. Just to confirm your clinic’s location — 5, Lebuhraya Glugor, 11600 Penang, Malaysia. And consultation time only on Friday 3pm -5pm & Sunday 7pm -9p.m.


No one turns up anyway!!!!!!!! So much about hope.

Eye Cancer: 5-month-old-baby boy

Dear Prof. Teo,

My grandson is five months old. He was diagnosed with retinoblastoma. He has had an operation to remove his right eye. The doctor has recommended chemo but I would like to ask your opinion for alternative treatment.

The baby’s parents live in Sarawak. I wonder if I could make an appointment any time between 27 Feb and 1 March for them to come and see you?

Please let me know. Thank you.


My reply
Dear LS,
Thanks for writing. But I am indeed sorry to say that it is not possible for me to handle a 5-month-old. We use herbs and I cannot see how I can be effective.

Of course the doctor would want to chemo him after an operation – a tragic suggestion indeed. But unfortunately, I really don’t know what I can do.

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