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    Breast Cancer: an American Patient’s Story
     

     

     

     Kathy, a 59-year-old American lady, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006. She was searching around America for treatments. To her disappointment, everybody was telling her to undergo surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. She was well aware that American people tend to believe that they have the best treatments and doctors in USA. However, seeing so many breast cancer patients struggling with a poor quality of life after undergoing Western treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, she was scared of taking any Western medicines. She personally believed that Western treatments do not contribute to a significantly longer survival, but rather, it causes a variety of side effects that could affect cancer patients’ quality of life. Thus, except for some intermittent natural therapies, Kathy did not take any Western medicines. Unfortunately, the tumor progressed and her conditions deteriorated. She was fighting with an emotional conflict everyday: should she undergo Western treatments and suffer from the subsequent side effects, or wait till her life reaches to an end?

    A Tough Decision: Coming to China for Cancer Treatments

    In 2007, fate seemed to have turned to her favor. One of her friends told her about Clifford Hospital in Guangzhou, China. Though she was fascinated to hear that Clifford Hospital offered the non-toxic integrative cancer treatments, she was still a little bit worried about coming to China for treatments. After all, as an American, naturally she would have been educated into believing that she could always find the best doctors in the USA to treat her. Filled with both excitement and doubt, Kathy started to search on the Internet for more detailed information about Clifford Hospital. When she learned that the hospital had been accredited by the JCI three times, she decided to come to China for treatments, as she knew the JCI Board Certification is the highest international standards of hospital accreditation agency recognized by the World Health Organization.

     

      She took a long flight to come to China regardless what everybody in USA was trying to tell her, that her decision was wrong and Chinese doctors were not good.

    A New Approach: Non-toxic Integrative Treatment

    Upon arrival in the airport, Kathy felt very special when seeing the hospital’s service staff and drivers greeting her at airport. She was even more impressed when she arrived at the hospital. The five-star-hotel-style cleanliness of the hospital really took her by surprise.

    Kathy did B ultrasound, CT and other routine tests. The results indicated that she had breast cancer with multiple metastases in lung, liver and enterocoelia . Her cancer had already reached to a very advanced stage. Still, she was very optimistic. She smiled to everybody in the hospital.

    One week later, Kathy started to take non-toxic treatments including TCM, acupuncture, medical Qigong, medical ozone treatment and hyperthermia. These treatments not only killed the tumor cells directly, but also boosting Kathy’s immunity.

    Along with non-toxic integrative cancer treatment, Kathy also underwent IPT which is based on the notion that intravenous insulin increases the effect of medications so that lower doses can be used. The insulin "opens the pores" of the cells throughout the body so that drugs enter into cells more easily. The treatment features an innovative low-dose chemotherapy protocol called Insulin Potentiation Therapy that uses 75-90℅ less chemotherapy medicines than the traditional treatment to destroy cancer cells. This low dose treatment causes little to none of the side effects such as loss of appetite, nausea, hair loss and fatigue.

    “I never expected such a joyful stay in Clifford Hospital. It was almost painless to undergo treatments there. I felt like I was at home with a large group of oncologists as my family members. And more amazingly, the medical bill cost was really low compared with that in the USA”
     -Kathy

     The treatments obvious had worked very well for Kathy’s cancer. 40 days later, the huge right-sided breast tumor largely shrank, the left-sided one softened, her back and cervical lymph node metastases significantly regressed, and her right pleural effusion were almost gone. Her general conditions had been improved very much. She was doing just as well as any normal person.

     “I never expected such a joyful stay in Clifford Hospital. It was almost painless to undergo treatments there. I felt like I was at home with a large group of oncologists as my family members. And more amazingly, the medical bill cost was really low compared with that in the USA”, Kathy said cheerfully upon her discharge.

    Right after she was discharged from the hospital, Kathy went on a tour across the China.

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