Leukemia- A Battle Lost

By | February 11, 2019

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On 28 September 2006, I received an e-mail from a man seeking help for his wife. This is what he wrote:

I write this e-mail to you in order to seek your suggestion regarding my wife’s illness.

My wife had been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) type M5 in late December 2005. I brought her to Singapore General Hospital (SGH) on 1 January 2006 for further management and chemotherapy. She had 3 cycles of chemotherapies in the first 3 months. Later she underwent a Bone Marrow Transplant procedure (BMT) in late April 2006 until mid May 2006. But unfortunately, on the 75th day after BMT, the leukemia cell relapsed. After that my wife had another cycle of chemotherapy and also received donor lymphocytes.

Due to financial consideration, I moved my wife for further treatment to Malaysia in mid August 2006. She was admitted into the Subang Jaya Medical Center (SJMC) until today. At SJMC she got another cycle of chemotherapy and received another donor stem cell on 12 August 2006.

But a week ago the leukemia cells were shown to be active again and they developed quickly before donor stem cells even could work. Five days ago my wife had another cycle of chemotherapy in order to reduce the white blood cell count.

I would like to find possible therapy and treatments that will be suitable for my wife. My wife and I are Indonesians. Within the next few days, I must make a decision whether to bring back my wife home to Jakarta or stay in Malaysia. I really need your help.

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The above is a 33-year-old lady. Before her diagnosis she presented with the following symptoms: fevers for 1 to 2 weeks, gum pain and bleeding, headaches and diarrhea.

Over the years I have encountered many cases of bone marrow transplant (BMT). And all the cases that I know of resulted in death. There was this young lady of eighteen. She underwent BMT in Singapore. After spending so much money, her parents had to bring her home in a coffin. At her wake service, her mother said to me: “If we knew it is like this, we would have stuck to your advice!” She realized her mistake a bit too late!

I know of a person who had to spend well over 1.5 million ringgit (US$1 = 3.5 ringgit) to save his wife from leukemia. She too died. Then there was another young lady who just started to work after graduating from her studies in Australia. She had leukemia and she too underwent BMT. I was told (rightly or wrongly) that she died while on the “operation” table.

Tham is my patient who suffered from kidney lymphoma. After undergoing some initial chemo-treatment he decided to give up chemotherapy due to severe side effects. He opted for herbs. Within nine months, the cancer went into remission. Soon after he was pronounced cancer-free, his doctor suggested that Tham undergo BMT. According to the doctor with BMT he would live ten years longer. Tham declined after consulting me. The question I posed to Tham at that time was: “The aim of the doctor was to prolong his life for ten more years with BMT, but what was not taken into consideration was the risk of dying from BMT due to various complications.” It has been eleven years since Tham was diagnosed with cancer. He is very much alive and well today. Tham is still taking the herbs.

In the case of the lady above, fortunately she did not die from the BMT procedure, but it did not cure her either. Much money had been spent on medical expenses. I only have this to say: Your life is in your hands. Decide wisely!



Source by Chris Teo, Ph.D.

Thеrе’s nо dеnying thаt wе’rе аll slowlу going back tо naturе. And I mеаn thаt literally. People nowadayѕ are starting to live sіmpler and healthier by gоing bаck to the bаsics. How baѕic? Wеll, a lot of рeорle turning tо herbs аs аn alternatіve wау of healing. Hеrbal medіcіne haѕ bееn around for centuries. According to Stеvеn Chasens, аn herbaliѕt, “Herbal medicine hаs bееn uѕed as kіtсhen medіcіne for thоusаnds оf yeаrs, and whilе our bodу’s reѕponѕe to thеsе natural treatmentѕ has not chаngеd, we now have more global chоices than ever.” Pleаse keep in mind, however, thаt nоt all herbal suррlеmеnts arе appropriate for all рeoрle, ѕo chеck wіth уоur doctor to sее if you’re іn thе cleаr. Bе sure to cоnsult your personal physіcіan before making major changes tо your dіet. Always practіce preсautionary measures before using anу of thеѕе hеrbѕ. Consult wіth a medical professional for thе best way of using them. Thіѕ warning is is especiallу for pregnant wоmеn, breaѕtfeeding mothers, people tаkіng blood thinners, people with high blood preѕѕure, etc.

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