I knew my withdrawal is not going to be so smooth because when I submitted the application form, the officer that interviewed me would not believe I am a stage 4 kidney cancer patient and possibly needed another opinion. The fact that I look healthy did not come free. A lot of work has been put in including:
- I took the most important decision of my life by not accepting my doctor's recommended conventional treatment and instead went for Gerson therapy.
- Become a vegan overnight on a very strict diet of no oil, no sugar, no salt, no dairy products, no soy products and low protein diet to rebuild the body.
- Drink 10-13 juices a day, 365 days a year.
- Performed more than 2,000 coffee enemas to detoxify my body.
- Take in daily more than 100 tablets consisting of supplements, herbs and medications including daily self-administered liver+B12 injections to rebuild the immune system.
- Hire and work with a hypnotherapist to re-frame my mind.
- Spent countless months to identify, understand and release toxic emotions trapped in the body. This is still work in progress.
- Spiritual therapy.
- Strong support and encouragement from family, friends and readers like you to keep me going and
- Money from my savings to fund the above therapy.
This morning, I went to EPF to collect the appointment letter and then called up the clinics to ensure that they have my file. I visited the two panel clinics as required by EPF and as I have guessed, much of the information about the cancer (supported by the latest radiologist report) and my present treatment are all provided by me. Basic questions asked includes "Why don't you work?" and "Why you want to withdraw?" and the answers seems so obvious. The consultation was short and completed in about 10 minutes. Now, I have to wait for the clinic to report back to EPF. I have a strong feeling my application would be approved in due course.