Last Monday during the meeting with Lothar Hirneise, he mentioned something encouraging about lung tumors. He said that cell division in the lungs are very slow and as a result, lung tumors also grows very slowly. He knows of a friend who despite having lungs tumors and did not take any medication (conventional or alternative) and lived for over 7 years. So for people with lung tumors, the therapy is considered effective when the lung tumors does not grow and one can continue to live like this for many years to come. Very nice of him to explain after learning of my lung tumors. Many of those people that took treatment that harmed the body just did not survive.
Yesterday, just after dinner, I was feeling a little uncomfortable and had to lie down. My daughter said my hands felt unusually warm. Just when I thought things are coming back to normal, I was not able to sleep until about 4am. Sigh. What's the problem now? Yesterday I experienced body heatiness or warmness but I did not have fever. My whole body was so warm that I just could not sleep. I took some fruits and it did not help very much. So, I had to use water to cool my body down and when it finally did about 3am. I was also feeling hungry by then and had my oatmeal. Suddenly instead of feeling warm, I started to feel cold! I have not experienced these before. My legs also started feeling weak, so I took a warm water foot bath with bicarb. I managed to sleep after that and woke up 10.30am this morning.
Because of SSG (Sabah Snake Grass), had to skip two juices to accommodate it. Otherwise, there just too much juices to drink. I am spitting out more sticky whitish phlegm. I am sure the backache is caused by SSG. So, I will add a little ginger to counteract the coolness of the herb. My sister's friend couriered some SSG to me all the way from Johore. The leafs are very matured (leafs much more greener and thicker and if you chew the leaf, it taste slightly bitter). My earlier batch of leafs are only about 5 weeks old (tender, light green in color, not bitter when chewed). Does it makes a difference? My guess is that matured leafs should be more potent.
I am not against conventional nor am I for alternative therapy. I subscribe to what Frank Wiewel, President of People against Cancer, USA said:
We believe people with cancer have two fundamental rights - the right to know and the right to choose.
And so I thought I let you know what was reported in Mind Your Body Supplement, Pg. 22, The Straits Times, Singapore on 29 November 2006. Dr. Ang Peng Tiam, medical director of the Parkway Cancer Centre is a Singapore President’s and a leading senior consultant medical oncologist. He is also vice-chairman of the medical sub-committee of the Breast Cancer Foundation.
This oncology expert said …
- Oncology is not like other medical specialties where doing well is the norm.
- In oncology, even prolonging a patient’s life for three months to a year is considered an achievement.
- Achieving a cure is like striking a jackpot!
- Not all cancers can be cured.
As doctors, we try our best to cure those who can be cured, to control the disease for those whose lives can be extended, and to comfort those for whom little can be done.