Dear Mr. Teo,
Name: Y. Y. Age: 49 Gender: Female
The above name is my mother. In June 2007, my mom starting to have pains in her back. She had fevers, now & then. We couldn’t do anything because she was away for business trip. It’s starting to concern us (the families). In December 07 we decided to bring her to see a doctor. The first doctor, found a 8 cm lump in the anus. After that, we took her for PAP smear. The result: she was diagnosed with cervical cancer stage 3B.
We didn’t believe in conventional cancer treatment, thus, we look for alternative treatments. 1st step, we put her on herbal medicine called SIFA for 2 months.
2nd step, she took Tian shi products for 2 weeks (cordyceps, calcium). 3rd step, we brought her to ‘sin she’ who apparently claimed could cure the cancer with ‘chi’. The ‘sin she’ prescribed her Vermox.
After the 3rd treatment, her condition worsened. At first she had spotting, then later on it got heavier, she need to change her pad often. She also had difficulty passing stools & urine, her body started to swell. We immediately took her to the hospital in May 2008. The doctor took some test, and the results showed the cervix was swollen & was pressing against the kidney.
In order to help her body pass the urine, doctor inserted pipe into her bladder line (nefrostomie) . He gave her Transamin to stop the bleeding, had 15 bags (300cc/bag) of blood transfusion & had her blood cleansed few times. Later her creatinine & hb became normal.
Next, Doctor suggest 25 times radiotherapy & 3 times chemo in between (Taxotere, low dose 60 mg/chemo). We took the suggestions. On 5th of July, after all that treatments, doctor said the lump’s size was still the same, it was still pressing against the kidney. We finally had to hear our worst from his mouth. Her life couldn’t be saved. He gave up on her.
Her current condition: has difficulty passing urine. Her hair is falling probably cause of chemo.
Please advise us on what to do next. How do we get the herbs? How are you going to deliver it to us? We would like to believe that we still have hope.
Thank you for attending to us, we hope to hear from you soon, Mr. Teo.