Stage 3 Cervical Cancer Patient Opts For OPM

In this video the patient talks about the process & the results she had with OPM treatments.
Translated to english by Mr T.L. Wong.

Conventional Medicine Viewpoint on Cervical Cancer

Source: National Cancer Institute at the National Institute of Health

Definition of cervical cancer
Cancer that forms in tissues of the cervix (the organ connecting the uterus and vagina). It is usually slow-growing cancer that may not have symptoms but can be found with regular Pap tests (a procedure in which cells are scraped from the cervix and looked at under a microscope). Cervical cancer is almost always caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.

Cause or origination of a disease from OPM viewpoint

Refer to Origination of Disease or Illness; Chart of Origin Point Treatment Coverage

From Origin Points’ principles, when our body’s heat-energy level is low (heat-energy-deficient), it will adversely affect our body’s self-healing mechanisms. Also, heat-energy-deficiency may create tension/injury at some of the ‘weakened’ origin points. This leads to origin-point-injury which produces the signs & symptoms of disease at the corresponding regions of the body.

Signs & Symptoms

The cervical cancer patient is a Malaysian Chinese woman who suffered the following signs & symptoms before Origin Point treatment:

March 2012:

  • Metrorrhagia – vaginal bleeding beyond the expected menstrual period.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Gynaecologist attributed her problems to menopausal symptoms.

December 2012:

  • With the loss of blood her body got weaker and she had to be taken to her doctor in a wheelchair.
  • From her Paps smear test her new doctor diagnosed her with stage 3 cervical cancer.
  • She refused to undergo chemotherapy and radiation which required 30 treatments.
  • Initially she tried taking herbal roots’ drinks and consulted Traditional Chinese Medicine professionals.
  • Fortunately for her, she came across an OPM Workshop in Kuala Lumpur, enrolled and learned OPM theory & techniques taught by Mr Raymond Lim from Singapore.