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Another one is the case of a 57 yr old female who is still going under the treatment for cancer above cervix. Allopathic and ayurvedic – both treatments simultaneously are going on.

This is the miraculous case of Mrs. Amarjeet Kaur, which was diagnosed on 15th dec., 2015, as on III stage and she has survived because she took allopathic as well as ayurvedic medicines. She was advised to take chemo sessions and lost her hair as the side effects of it. She lost her taste buds also but regained it very quickly as she started taking her ayurvedic treatment. She was advised to not to take chemo sessions as her health was improving due to ayurvedic treatment.

In the starting when she was going through the uneasiness, irregular heartbeat, dizziness – she had never expected that cancer will become an uninvited guest in her body. Awareness and promptness led them to consult a gynaecologist at the earliest and tests gave the result in the early detection of cancer. Cancer is rarely detected at I or II stage and when it is detected it is too late to be cured.

It was a painful journey in which her energy was lost but she kept her enthusiasm alive and fought bravely. She defeated cancer with her zeal and victorious attitude which led her to the win over battle of death. Her support system – her daughters-in-law and sons – were always there when she needed them and took good care of her.

Actually, while going through these case studies, I have concluded one thing that mainly cancer is diagnosed at III or IV stage only. At this stage, generally doctors tell patients that they have limited period of time. If they pay attention towards the symptoms and take prior treatment for that, it can be cured. Early detection of cancer greatly increases the chances for successful treatment. There are two major components of early detection of cancer – education to promote early diagnosis and screening.

Recognizing possible warning signs of cancer and taking prompt action leads to early diagnosis. Increased awareness of possible warning signs of cancer, among physicians, nurses and other health care providers as well as among the general public, can have a great impact on the disease. Some early signs of cancer include lumps, sores that fail to heal, abnormal bleeding, persistent indigestion, and chronic hoarseness. Early diagnosis is particularly relevant for cancers of the breast, cervix, mouth, larynx, colon, rectum and skin.