Dr SK, a lecturer in a well-known US university, is in his mid-30s when he was diagnosed with cancer in 2009.
After a series of radiation and chemotherapy, he is able to resume his work now.
While he was here last week, I had a chance to interact with him on 20 March 2010.
After chemotherapy, he had difficulty to swallow food.
His hearing is affected after the treatment. I now understand why he has to speak loudly compared to the past.
He has gradually switched to more vegetable/fruit diet and has given up red meat. I feel good to hear this as he knows what to do.
I shared with him what he may like to do if he wishes to live longer.
He has to give up white meat and fish. This concerns his life and the lives of others. Since all lives are equal, one has to respect other lives if one wishes to reclaim health.
I told him that even though the medical professionals said that all cancer cells are now killed, it does not mean that they are not coming back.
He may consider talking to his cancer cells as they are part of his body.
I recommended him to read the books written by an American, namely “Diet for a new America” and “Food revolution”.
My book “Eating for Good health” was given to him as a gift.
I hope he will be more seriously in taking care of his health.
I wish him best health and we shall meet again.