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Pancreatic Cancer

Dear Chris,

My brother-in-law was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given about 3 months to live.  We would like to help him. He has been inundated with numerous suggestions and remedies to ingest….right now it is a very difficult time for him as he has to get his affairs in order in a very short time.

It is hard to decide what to do and we want to assist by going thru the screening process for him as taking the wrong remedy will result in wasted time as well as money. I suspect too that some are just money making ventures with no results at all…merely scams.

Please tell me what your center would do if we brought him to you for consultation. We heard of the efficacy of rat tuber from a friend and managed to get him some in capsule form for him to try. Please advice.  Thank you.

Reply: Go to my website: www.cacare.com and read what we do.

Dear Chris,
Basically, what I understand is that your center treats cancer patients using herbs. However there is no info about cost of treatment nor is it mentioned whether the patient is to be admitted for a stay.  I do know that in one of the videos, you mentioned that in 2 weeks, if there is no improvement, then the patient can opt to stop treatment. Would be much obliged if you can give more details on this. Thank you.

Reply:  I need to see all the medical reports and know the history before I can say anything. BTW, where are you from? I just got a son who came for his father from Singapore this morning. He was also given 3 months to live as he has pancreatic cancer. Well, since I am not god I can only do that much and no more. I suggest that you go and see other healers around your town and talk to them. Ask them to help you. Even you come to me, there that much I can do. No one on earth can cure anything – and for pancreas cancer  – it is the worst of cancer to get. So you are better off finding someone near your home or even the doctor. Don’t let anyone con you out of your money.

I am from Kuantan, but my brother in law is from KL. I will try to obtain the report as soon as I can because I will be busy also this coming 2 weeks. I think he has just gone down to Singapore to get a 2nd opinion.  Anyway, Penang is quite far to travel. That is why I am trying to communicate via e-mail.  I tried to call today but I didn’t get thru because it was already 1 pm. Anyway, would appreciate any suggestions u may have as it will be hard to make time to come down.  

Reply: If he can go to Singapore — Penang is that far? Never mind. Let him decide. It is not for me or for you to decide. It is his life.

For your information, read this post …. http://cancercaremalaysia.com/2012/02/02/lymphoma-chemotherapy-failed-life-was-miserable-but-herbs-and-e-therapy-revived-her/

MN (S-81) is a 56-year-old lady from Indonesia.  She and her husband came to …Penang to search for an alternative treatment for her Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.  They live in Labuan Batu, a town south of Medan. Coming to Penang is a long journey indeed. From home, first they had to travel for 9 hours by bus (or 6 hours by train) to Medan. After an overnight stay in Medan, they took a plane to Penang.

Many Indonesian patients who come to seek our help need to travel from afar.  We empathize with them. This is indeed a test of their commitment and a testimony of their real desire of wanting to help themselves. In contrast, we have phone calls and e-mails from patients who live just a few miles away and yet they complained that it is difficult to come and see us. They prefer consultation over the phone. Similarly we have patients from Sarawak, Sabah or Singapore who only want us to help them through the phone or internet. Unfortunately, we cannot help such patients. It is better that they go and seek help from herbalists nearby their homes. Life is easier that way – for them and also for us.

But for those like MN, who have travel so far to come and seek help, we pray that we never let them down. We shall do our utmost best to help them. Indeed this case is an example of a wonderful and rewarding effort that makes our day real great. We thank God for His blessings – and hope many more cases like this will continue to come by our way.

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