Rectal Cancer Survivor: Even in its final stages, the rectal cancer was cured

Zhang Yu Xiang, 69
Shanghai City, China

Colon and Rectum

Of the cancers that affect the large intestine, about 70 percent occur in the colon and about 30 percent in the rectum. These cancers are the second most common cancers overall. Symptoms include bloody stool or a change in bowel habits, such as constipation or diarrhea.

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with rectal cancer after suffering from extremely bloody stool and severe pains. Since the cancer was in its final stages, an operation was not feasible. A friend of mine then recommended an anti-cancer medicine to me. I thought it was better than doing nothing and waiting for death. I started to take Tian Xian Liquid.

As a result, my bloody stool ceased in about a week’s time. My weight increased by 6 kgs within a year. The 2cm X 3cm tumor diminished to half its size in two years. People said I looked much younger, which I would not have believed before.