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"Neuro-acupuncture is believed to improve the chi flow between neurons in the brain, which then helps patients improve communication, speech and behaviour." - Acupuncturist and herbalist Leong Hong Tole

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Bladder Cancer
 

 

 

What is Bladder Cancer?

Bladder cancer, which forms in cells in the lining of the bladder, is the sixth most common type of cancer, affecting an estimated 55,000 people each year. This type of cancer is three times more common in men than in women, and afflicts Caucasians twice as often as African-Americans.

Bladder cancer may be further identified as superficial - confined to the lining of the bladder - or invasive, spreading to nearby organs and lymph nodes.

Bladder cancer is highly treatable when detected early. For this reason, it’s vital to know your risk factors as well as the common symptoms of bladder cancer.

The most common symptom of bladder cancer is blood in the urine. Other symptoms include:

  • Urgent need to urinate
  • Frequent urination in small amounts
  • Back or abdominal pain
  • Painful urination
  • Loss of appetite and weight

Risk factors include:

  • Smoking - Smokers are two to three times more likely to get bladder cancer than non-smokers
  • Chemical exposure - People who work in the rubber, chemical and leather industry show an increased risk, as do printers, painters, textile workers, truck drivers and hairdressers
  • Chronic bladder infections
  • A diet high in fried meats and fat.
  • Being older, male, or white.

According to World First Class Chinese Master, bladder cancer can be treated by using acupuncture treatment and also herbal medicine. This is because acupuncture treatment is a natural way of healing that not gives any side effects to the patients.

 

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Patients’ Profile

Name: Mr T.G. Lee
Age: 63
Nationality: Singapore
NRIC: 5100xxx0              
File No: 15173

Mr Lee was diagnosed with 4th stage Colon cancer 2 months before he came to Malaysia to seek Master’s treatment on 4th November 2006. Below are the test reports after his consultation at The TOLE. In the mean time, Mr Lee is required to come for treatment once a month. Mr Lee is also taking herbs daily as part of his cancer treatment. His last visit to The TOLE was on 14 Feb 2009.

 Date

Type of Test

Result

Normal Range

5 Jan 2007

CEA

72.2 (High)

(0.0 –5.0)

5 Jan 2007

CA 19.9

5430.4 (High)

(0.0 – 37.0)

16 Mac 2007

CEA

67.5 (High)

(0.0 –5.0)

16 Mac 2007

CA 19.9

4929.2 (High)

(0.0 – 37.0)

27 Sept 2007

CEA

44.2 (High)

(0.0 –5.0)

27 Sept 2007

CA 19.9

3989.4 (High)

(0.0 – 37.0)

20 Mac 2008

CEA

48.0 (High)

(0.0 –5.0)

20 Mac 2008

CA 19.9

3296.8 (High)

(0.0 – 37.0)

30 Sep 2008

CEA

24.1 (High)

(0.0 –5.0)

30 Sep 2008

CA 19.9

2852.8 (High)

(0.0 – 37.0)

 

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