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Bile Duct Cancer

Dear Dr. Teo,

I happen to come by the CA CARE website and read the articles and testimonial of other cancer patients.

It brings us some hope in curing my father (61 years old) who is diagnosed with Hilar cholangiocarcinoma and fatty liver.

Based on the CT and MRI scan showed that the intrahepatic ducts and both right and the left hepatic ducts are dilated (>5 mm).

He is suffering from jaundice as one of the symptoms caused and is currently hospitalized to extract the excessive bilirubin that has accumulated in his body.  He will need the bilirubin levels to go down to sub-normal level, before he can do two stents in the ducts.  Advice prior to this from the consultant was to remove about 75% of his liver, but he chose to retain his organ and opt for an alternative method.

My father is keen to meet with you after he is discharged from the hospital. I understand that these information are not complete but I would like to seek your advice and opinion whether it is possible for CA CARE therapy so that we could arrange him for appointment.

Awaiting your reply.

Thank you. 

Reply: Just come and see me with all his medical reports and scan. Where are you from?

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Cancer from Australia

Dear Chris,

I have read lot about you on internet and creates a positive hope.

I am based in Victoria, Australia. My dad is suffering with Cholangiocarcinoma / Klatskin tumor. He is currently admitted in hospital and have jaundice also.

Please advise what options are available. I am happy to come and visit you personally. I can also email you his all reports so can have a look before hand also. Also, with ongoing medications, can there be any problem sending medications from Malaysia to Victoria.

I tried to call you but someone said an email would be preferable. Please do the needful. 

Reply: I am sorry it is extremely difficult for me to help those from Australia

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