>Corresponding Author : Huang Wei Ling

>Article Type : Editorial

>Volume : 1   |   Issue : 1

>Received Date : 9 July, 2021

>Accepted Date : 26 July, 2021

>Published Date : 29 July, 2021

>DOI : https://doi.org/10.54289/JCCP2100101

>Citation : Huang WL (2021) What Are the Markers That Predict the Development of Having Cancer in the Future Without Laboratory or Radiological Tests? J Cancer Cancer Prev 1(1). doi https://doi.org/10.54289/JCCP2100101  

>Copyright : © 2021 Huang WL. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Editorial | Open Access

Huang Wei Ling*

Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Franca, São Paulo, Brazil

*Corresponding author: Huang Wei Ling, Infectious Disease Specialist, General Practitioner, Nutrition Doctor, Acupuncturist, Pain Management, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Franca, São Paulo, Brazil


The topic that the author is writing today seems to be something that is not possible in the eyes of many Western medicine’s doctors but depending on the point of view we look at; our vision may widen [1].

If we look back and evaluate everything that medical history comes to tell us, we can see that various cultures and peoples have their traditions and beliefs and that we often confront the new norms and rules that society imposes on us as right or correct [2].

But the right or wrong is very variable and will depend on the point of view of what society in each country thinks or believes it can be. In the article written by Julian (2003) entitled What is right and what is wrong about evidence-based medicine? he is saying that practice should be based on good science. But randomized clinical trials can provide the best evidence according to him but has limitations [3].

The practice of what Western medicine thought was right was, from the point of view of Flexner, a professor who was not a doctor and who changed the entire medical education system in the Americas, Asia and Europe, leaves its implantation in 1910, and with these changes he changed the way of teaching of the medical faculties from his point of view of what was right for medicine, thinking that what he thought was what was considered scientific, since from 1913 onwards he had the Rockefeller and Carnegie foundation as his backbone. With this implantation, there was an improvement in all segments of the scientific methods in all areas of medicine but they also had an economic intent to control every prescription drug from every medical school and almost everyone [4, 5].

In the article written by Salmon and Thompson (2020), entitled History of the Corporatization of American Medicine: The Market Paradigm Reigns, they are saying that the interventions of these two foundations (Carnegie and Rockefeller) in 1910, marked the first major phase of business involvement in health care in America. This influences were not a subtle way but influences the reasoning of medical doctors. They understood that all mechanism involved in the human body is a mechanism way of thinking like the heart pumps, the kidney are filters and the lungs are bellows. The brain was considered the body’s computer [6].

This materialistic representation of the human body neglects the broader sense of the human being such as the mind and spirit. Many movements since 1970 extended the notion of human healing and in other countries such as in German, there were alternative health movements saying that “health is more” than just medical care [6].

But what they sadly saw at that time was that social media fueled that alternative medicine is a unregulated market place and many times confusing the minds of the people and also, all the doctors that works with this kinds of thinking also has this position when facing treatments by this kinds of therapy [6].

Here in Brazil, reviewing historical data, and according to the article written by Faria (2002) entitled Rockefeller Foundation and health assistance in São Paulo (1920-30): historical perspectives, the University of São Paulo, during the period of 1918 and 1920, were created new services but supported and financed by Rockefeller foundation. And in 1922, it was created the hygiene posts and health centers and are considered the expression of public health based on north America´s model. They received billions of dollars on all implementations and operations of all areas of the medical faculty of the University of Sao Paulo. It barely received so many billions of dollars for the implementation and operation of an area of the Faculty of Medicine. In 1920, all vaccinations programs to combat malaria, typhoid fever, trachoma, in many states in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Mato Grosso and Minas Gerais) were implemented with the help of Rockefeller foundation [7].

All these changes were very important in the scientific view but the author wants to show only one thing that was not good with this system of modernization. She wants to say that all energy explanations in relation to the formation of all diseases were not considered scientific and classified all as nonscientific and for this reason, many diseases nowadays cannot be explained by the Western medicine’s point of view because all the things were break into a half part and not into the entire as the author wrote in the article What Flexner Report did to Our Medicine After 100 Years of Implantation? [8].

When the author went to China for the first time in 2008, she spent three weeks there doing an internship on a hospital in Beijing. She realized how hospitals in China also adopted this Western model of medical treatment of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and all Western thinking even though the author was in China [1].

Of course, this is not bad but there was a very big separation between the two medicines even there, the medical student chooses from the beginning to study only Western medicine or just Eastern medicine (Chinese medicine). In the article written by Wang and Zhang (2017) entitled Integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine in the era of precision medicine, the authors is saying about the advantages of integration of TCM and Western medicine [9].

When the author started studying Chinese medicine, beginning with acupuncture in 1997, she thought she still could not understand all the principles of Chinese medicine, just by taking that course, still not understanding all the principles of the energy flow cycle [10].

It was only when she started the course in Chinese herbal medicine, in 2002, that she began to deeply understand all the principles of the form of traditional Chinese medicine [11].

Once the Chinese herbal medicine professor Dr Lo Der Cheng said that he treated a patient with prostate cancer only with Chinese herbal medicine and that stuck in the authors mind, the same happened to the doctor who was called in an audience when physicians were in the Chinese auriculotherapy course, where he was called to do a demonstration by Dr. Li-Chung Huang, and there in front of almost a thousand doctors he ended up diagnosing prostate cancer only by diagnosing the ear [12].

Since 2010, the author have started to study the energy of the chakras energy centers of her patients and in 2015, she felt that the patients energy were different from the beginning in 2010, which comprises energy from the 5 massive organs of traditional Chinese medicine (Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung and Kidney). The author realized at the beginning (in 2010), that it was rare for a patient to have lack of energy in the organs (at that time, the patients could have lack of energy in one or in another organ but the remaining organs always had energy at that time). This thought the author said in the article Is the Population in the World the Same as in the Past? [13].

But all of a sudden in 2015 more or less, the author realized that energy measurements of all patients started to show the same energy pattern that demonstrates that the majority of the patients presented no energy in all five massive organs. This pattern of energy was affecting the way people were felling themselves and all the symptoms that the patients were showing was related to that lack of energy that the author had diagnosed in almost all of them. The results of this data was published in the article entitled Energy Alterations and Chakras’ Energy Deficiencies and Propensity to SARS-CoV-2 Infection and in this article, the author is saying that the symptoms presented by the patients with COVID-19, is related to the energy deficiencies presented by the patients prior to the infectious process that were exacerbated with the invasion of the external pathogenic factor (and SARS-CoV-2 is considered invasion of external pathogenic factor according to traditional Chinese medicine) [14].

This lack of energy can explain the increase in the rate of patients who are having diabetes, high blood pressure, people with histories of myocardial infarction, and people even children with cancer and all other health problems can be caused by of this drop in vital energy [15-17].

In the author's daily practice, over the years of experience, watching her father suffering from Lung cancer in 2016, she can now fully understand what cancer patients have in common, that is the complete lack of internal energy leading to cancer formation [18].

In some patients, the author has experience curing their cancer or pre-malignant lesion rebalancing the energy of the Yin, Yang, Qi and Blood, removing the internal Heat through various associated techniques. The first of them is changing the diets in order to always to balance these energy systems. The second technique used it would be the use of auricular acupuncture using mustard seeds applying to a small adhesive tapes and, as shown by several articles published by the authors, the ear is a microsystem in which they represent the inverted fetus and which represents all the organs of the body in which head pathologies are treated in the lower lobe of the ear and the pathologies of lower limbs in the upper parts of the ear [19].

But even doing these treatments, sometimes it is necessary to use medication to replenish the extreme lack of energy that sometimes only with these measures of diet and acupuncture are not able to fill this void [15, 16, 20].

Patients with energy deficiency in the internal massive organs are usually treated with Chinese herbal medicine in China but these drugs are difficult to find in Brazil and also, with higher cost for patients. So, the author decided to start homeopathy course in 2015 and since then, she realized during the course that homeopathy doctors still do not understand the mechanism of action of the various homeopathic medications, despite working very well according to Hahnemann theory of simillimum, the doctors who currently prescribe homeopathy, memorize the symptoms that the medicine could be acting but without understanding the mechanism of how homeopathy works until today [20].

The author already has Chinese medicine baggage before studying homeopathy, and for this reason, it is possible to deeply understand the mechanism of action of homeopathy medications due to the fact that homeopathy medications works like bioenergy, similar to the action of acupuncture. These similarities are well explained in the book Bioenergetic Medicines East and West. written by Manning and Vanrenen (1988), where they are saying that homeopathy works similar to acupuncture [21].

To finish her article, the author in these few of lines wants to say that x-ray and tomography in Chinese medicine is in the patient's own physical examination, in which often looking and analyzing the aspect of the tongue and analyzing the pulse, the physician will know if the patient has altered energy [22].

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the lack of energy and formation of internal Heat are the predisposing factors for the formation of cancer. In the study done by the author, between 2015 and 2020, analyzing a thousand patients’ chakras’ energy centers and studying 409 files of this group, she concluded that more than 90 percent of this patients are without energy in all internal organs. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the lack of energy is a predisposing factor for the formation of cancer [14, 15].

The author has carried out the treatment of this lack of energy in all patients treated by her, using the technics mentioned before such as Chinese dietary counseling, auricular acupuncture with apex ear bloodletting and replenishing the chakras’ energy centers using highly diluted medications according to the theory created by her (2020) entitled Constitutional Homeopathy of the Five Elements based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. She emphasizes the need of the world population to be evaluated in this part of energy alterations to avoid the formation of many other chronic diseases that has in common, lack of energy in the chakras’ energy centers, as demonstrated by the author in many articles written by her, that are in the phase four of the formation of diseases and the phase five is characterized by the formation of cancer, characterized by the irreversible condition of cellular alteration, according to Western medicine’s point of view [15-17, 20].

Therefore, the method used by the author to analyze whether the patient has a predisposing factor for cancer today is not to do tomography or mammography or x-ray, but to analyze the energy through radiesthesia procedure which measures using a piece of crystal or made by wood pendulum and it is placed in front of each chakra to analyze the movement generated by the pendulum at the time of the exam. Depending on the movement, the physician will know that the patient has energy or not in that chakra that represents one internal massive organ in traditional Chinese medicine and demonstrated in many articles written by the author [15, 16].

When doing mammography other tests to find out if the patient has cancer or not, used by Western medicine, we are only making a diagnosis of a pre-installed cancer and then it would not be a prevention but a treatment of something that could be prevented much earlier ( five, ten or twenty years earlier) , with simple measures of internal energy measurement and perform healthy treatments rebalancing the internal energy of all organs to improve or maintain the production of energy necessary to keep the immune system working properly for the purpose of improving our vital energy, to prevent any formation of chronic diseases, in this case, cancer in any site of the body [15-17, 23, 24].


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