Menu
The tumor deteriorated from stage I to stage IV after refusing doctor’s suggestion

I’m How Peng Kooi, a late-stage nasopharyngeal cancer patient from Malaysia. I was diagnosed with stage I nasopharyngeal cancer in May, 2014.Like many other cancer patients, my journey against nasopharyngeal cancer was not smoothly. I first refused Malaysian doctor’s suggestion of systemic chemotherapy because of fear; In my lowest moment, I tried nutritional meal and herbal medicine without doctor’s guidance, which turned out to be unscientific and inadvisable. My neck tumor has kept growing since October 2016, along with symptoms like suppuration, difficulty in eating, speaking and moving, etc.. What’s worse, my tumor......[Learn more]

How did I overcome nasopharyngeal cancer?

10March 30th, 2017. The latest report showed that there were only 10% of cancer cells left. My condition has greatly improved and life has basically returned to normal. It happened to be the National Doctor’s Day, I showed my gratitude to doctors by presenting a bunch of flowers.

1December 29th, 2015. I’ve been taking nutritious meal recommended by a friend for one and a half years, there was no improvement but lumps appear on both side of my neck. Their sizes had increased day by day, but with no pain.

2September 13th, 2016. Since there was no significant improvement after long-term nutritious meal, I chose to take herbal medicine for about 10 months. However, tumors on my neck kept growing, causing difficulty in eating and speaking. I could only take liquids.

3October 5th, 2016. Tumors on my neck began to fester and suppurate. I was getting thinner each day because of long term difficulty in eating. Fortunately, my families and friends found St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou for me on the internet.

4October 14th, 2016. It’s the second day after admission. I’m 170 centimeters tall but only 39 kilograms weight at that time. The nasopharyngeal tumor was about 6*4cm, the tumor on the right side was 13*9cm, and the one on the left side was 7*8cm. I had difficulty in moving.

5October 26th, 2016. I was too weak to take treatment, so the Multidisciplinary Team decided to first give me traditional Chinese medicine and nutritional therapy to improve my condition. There was no improvement on my neck tumors at this period, but I felt much better.

6November 1st, 2016. The sixth day after interventional therapy. Tumors on both sides of my neck has shrunk significantly. My appetite and sleeping had also been improved.

7November 5th, 2016. Tumor on the right side of my neck kept shrinking without suppuration. Th wound began to scab. I was able to move slowly.

8November 9th, 2016, the fourteenth day after interventional therapy. Tumors on my neck had disappeared, wounds had fully crusted.

9February 25th, 2017. After 6 sessions of interventional therapy, tumors on both side of my neck had disappeared. I looked like a normal person.

Who gives me confidence to fight against nasopharyngeal cancer?
Treated by Interventional Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine,My Tumor has shrunk by 90%.

How Peng Kooi had developed progressive cancer cachexia when he was first admitted to our hospital. Symptoms of cancer cachexia include progressive weight loss, muscle atrophy, fatigue, weakness, and significant loss of appetite, etc. Cancer cachexia is considered the immediate cause of death of a large proportion of cancer patients, ranging from 10% to 25% of the patients.

Since the patient was too weak and malnourished to take treatment, we first improved his immunity by giving him traditional Chinese medicine and nutritional therapy. Then we conducted interventional therapy to kill the cancer cells.

His tumor shrinks as treatment continues, the tumor shrank by 50% after the second session of interventional therapy, 70% after the third session, 90% after the fourth and fifth session. Now, he look like a normal person.[Learn more]

No need to take systemic chemotherapy but with Small Trauma and Few Toxic Side Effects

I took the first session of interventional therapy on October 26th, 2016. It was totally different from the surgery I learned on the internet before. It was a kind of arterial chemotherapy, with few side effects. The whole procedure only lasted for 30 minutes, except for slight heating on my neck, I seldom felt any pain. My physical condition was improved after the treatment.[Learn more]

Multidisciplinary Team offers more Effective and Professional treatment

Unlike hospitals in Malaysia, cancer patients in MCHG not only have one doctor to conduct the diagnosis and treatment, but also a whole multidisciplinary team consisted of doctors from department of Interventional Therapy, Imaging, Cancer Diagnosis to conduct joint consultation and make individual treatment plan, which greatly minimizes patients’ suffering and maximizes the treatment effect.

During my hospitalization, every day I have several doctors to check and follow my condition. It makes my families and me feel relieved.[What is Multidisciplinary Team?]

International Authoritative Cancer Hospital, the common choice for cancer patients

My husband also got nasopharyngeal cancer, when I knew How Peng Kooi got great treatment effect in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, I quickly decided to come here, hoping my husband to restore to health as soon as possible. I want to tell other cancer patients that there is a good cancer hospital in Guangzhou, China, named St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. Here, we fight together to defeat cancer![Read more nasopharyngeal cancer patient stories]

More than 80% of nasopharyngeal cancer patients are the Yellow Race!
According to the statistic from World Health Organization(WHO) and International Agency for Research on Cancer, more than 80% of nasopharyngeal cancer patients are the yellow race! Nasopharyngeal cancer has developed obvious racial differences and usually occurs in the yellow race (Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, China). While most of the other regions, including Europe, the Americas, Oceania and other white people countries, the incidence of nasopharyngeal cancer is much lower than those countries above.
What are the early symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer?

The early symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer are often described as nasal obstruction, nasal bleeding, headache, tinnitus, etc., but they are not apparent to be noticed because of the complicated location of nasopharynx. Therefore, nasopharyngeal cancer is often detected in the late stage, causing great difficulties to the treatment.

How is nasopharyngeal cancer diagnosed?

The diagnostic methods of nasopharyngeal cancer include x-ray examination, B ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging(MRI), etc.. Early detection, diagnosis and treatment are effective in preventing and treating nasopharyngeal cancer.

How to treat nasopharyngeal cancer?

Treating nasopharyngeal cancer cannot be limited to a single method due to the complicate location of nasopharynx. Expert in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou points out that the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and minimally invaisve therapy can help patient not only get better treatment effect, but also reduce the toxic side effects.

For more information about nasopharyngeal cancer treatment, please call 006 010 2066616 or consult now

Location of Malaysia Office
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Attend cancer symposiums

You will get a free call after your submission.

Submit Form

Telephone hotline

 0060102066616 (KL)
 0060108988919 (PEN)

Cancel

Confirm