Cancer - Is There Hope??


As long as you are alive and able to travel, there is hope.



The following are two examples of medical facilities that employed the use of Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the treatment of incurable diseases.


1.  Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Center*

This "Medicineless" hospital was the largest of its kind in China and probably in the world. The Center avoids medicines and special diets in favor of exercise, love, and life energy. It was a non-profit organization and recognized by the Chinese government as a legitimate clinic. Starting in 1988, the Center had treated more than one hundred and eighty diseases, the overall effective success rate being more than 95%.

* Due to political reasons, the Center was closed in 2001.


It has since reopened under the guidance of one of the doctors who studied and taught there. It is the destination of our Tour to Hong Kong.



Wikipedia note: In 1999, in response to widespread revival of old traditions of spirituality, morality, and mysticism, and perceived challenges to State control, the Chinese government took measures to enforce control of public qigong practice, including shutting down qigong clinics and hospitals along with banning groups such as Zhong Gong and Falun Gong.


The below indicated original Guolin center was closed down in the same purge mentioned above but reopened under the following name:


2.  International Guolin Qigong Culture Research Association:

This is an organization dedicated to curing cancer with Qigong and other techniques. It is a non-profit making organization and a Charity endorsed by the Government of Hong Kong.


How Chi Gong Works on Cancer an article regarding Guolin's successful treatment of Cancer.


Teaching All The Basics Of Guo Lin Chi Gong




Comments from a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practicioner


What is your focus on cancer treatment in your practice?

In the USA, I focus on the side-effects of cancer treatment. That means treating the side-effects of cancer treatment of chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery. It’s a big list that includes cancer related pain, low white blood cell count, anemia, cancer fatigue, dry mouth from radiation, and the so-called “chemo brain”–which is difficulty concentrating and thinking, memory issues and multi-tasking, amongst other conditions.


What are the different modes of TCM that can effectively help those suffering cancer?

Generally, the best approaches are acupuncture and herbology. The acupuncture can treat the signs and symptoms I’ve mentioned, and the herbs act as “homework” in between visits. I must stress that it is recommended that acupuncture be done at least twice a week for a course of treatment that lasts for five weeks. After that, we can re-evaluate. Herbs, generally, are in pill or capsule form, and are taken daily.


How does a practitioner, like yourself, decide if a patient needs acupuncture or herbs or other?

It depends on the signs and symptoms one is experiencing. Everyone is unique, so we tailor to make a treatment plan for everyone. Some things herbs will be needed to take care of long term, and you’ll have to take them two to three times a day; others, acupuncture can take care of immediately.


Can TCM cure cancer or put it into remission? If so, at what stages?

It’s a combination of things that can put cancer in remission or cure it, and those who have the best chances are typically at early stages, but it depends on the individual. I’ve studied that phenomenon for the past 15 years in the clinic and I can say the immune system is the best cancer-fighting tool we have. But often chemo, radiation and surgery inhibit the immune system. Diet, nutrition, exercise, healthy emotions, less stress, watching what you use in health and beauty products, maintaining a healthy BMI will all lead to improvement, as well as cutting down on packaged foods, GMOs and maintaining a clean living environment.


Can TCM stand alone as a cancer treatment? Or is it best used in conjunction with various modern medical methods?

In the USA, TCM is considered complementary medicine when it comes to cancer. So we work in conjunction with chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. In China, they treat cancer directly with herbs and acupuncture.


What are some of the best results you have found using TCM for cancer patients?

TCM will give people a better quality of life, a clearer mind and a healthier life without additional medications. Patients will experience more energy, better sleep, better elimination, freedom from nausea, less pain, less reliance on pain medications, better appetite, greater range of motion, reduced anxiety, grow back their hair, restore normal feeling in fingers and toes when they have neuropathy, have more saliva when they suffer from dry mouth, give greater freedom of breathing when they have shortness of breath, or help with pain when they have surgically installed ports.


For some women, they’re thrown into menopause early because of cancer treatment, so we can help normalize and minimize those side effects. Others may get secondary infection such as oral thrush or yeast infections from cancer treatment and we can treat that as well without the need for additional drugs or their side effects.

For some terminal cases, it will give time and a clearer mind the patient so they can set their affairs in order.






Scientific Research and Articles


Courtesy of Univ. of Maryland Medical Center School of Medicine:





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