Bits & Bites #132 - Testimonies: What Should A Cancer Patient Do?

Sunday 3 April 2016

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Testimony: Lymphoma Cancer Stage 2A

Ms R's father, 67, was diagnosed in July 2014 with Stage 2A lymphoma cancer. He underwent an operation and a tumor the size of a grapefruit was removed. He has to undergo 3 sessions of chemotherapy. As he isn't young and not so healthy, there was a concern how he would fare with the chemo.
5 days before and 5 days after the chemo, he consumed 4 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 2 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma2 + 2 sachets Yung Kien Pollen + 2 sachets Jia Hor Soya Protein 2 sachets Lactoberry probiotics each time, for 5 times a day, in addition to 1-2 sachets Vitaking collagen a day. On the 6th day after chemo, he would reduce the same combination down to 3 times a day.
He's already had 2 sessions of chemo. He did not feel any significant side effects from the chemo at all - he didn't feel tired, he didn't vomit, he didn't feel dizzy, he didn't have fever and there was no sores or pain. He only had some hairfall as a result of the chemo.
As part of the healing reactions, he passed out dark, smelly, sticky stools and his age spots went away (his complexion looked fair and radiant). He could also sleep very well, has good appetite and is able to cook and go to his shop.
He watches his diet very well, which also contributed to his positive improvements.


Testimony: Breast Cancer Stage 1

Ms C, 46 years old, felt a throbbing pain on her left breast, usually before sleeping. She went for a mammogram and ultrasound and was diagnosed with breast cancer, stage 1 in April 2015. The tumour was 1-1.8 cm. She underwent a lumpectomy and then had to go hospital everyday for 1 month for 20 radiotherapy sessions lasting about 10 minutes each time. She didn't do chemo as her lymph nodes were not affected. She's also taking tamoxifen drugs which give her the side effects of joint pain, accelerating her menopause, mood swings and itchiness on her body. She observed a strict diet of vege and fish and rice for 3 months. She uses essential oil and other complementary products. The side effects of radiation caused her breast to swell tremendously and it was painful and turned darker in colour. She was low in energy, felt very tired, had flushes, burning sensation and suffered from shortness of breath.

She took 12 capsules Yung Kien Ganoderma + 6 sachets Yung Kien Pollen + 2 sachets Lactoberry everyday during the radiotherapy. She feels she still had a lot of energy and she recovered faster.
She lost 9 kg but her complexion still looks good and she's full of vitality.


What Should A Cancer Patient Have / Do?

1. Mental Strength
The cancer patient must have the strength to want to fight back. If he already gives up on himself (e.g. old people who are diagnosed feel they don't want to burden their children in terms of money etc.), it's difficult to treat them. Family members should encourage them to fight and carry on living and there is hope. Give them the support to continue the fight.

2. Healthy Lifestyle
Change diet, eat well, exercise, rest well, change job, reduce stress, spiritual practise, meditation etc.

3. Western Treatment
Let the patient decide whether they want to undergo radio/chemo therapy. Ask if they are aware of the consequences and side effects of such treatment. If they decide to undergo western treatment, encourage them to combine with Shuang Hor products to protect their body, reduce side effects of drugs and treatment and recover faster. If they decide not to do western treatment, educate them on how much Lingzhi to take and to adopt a lifestyle change.

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