Media Reports

Life After Cancer

Mysinchew.com 2008-04-15 - To Chen, cancer is nothing to be afraid of, and to be diagnosed with cancer does not imply that a person is doomed. As long as one remains cheerful and confident of ourselves, the journey of fighting cancer is not necessarily dreadful after all.

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The risk of cancer is higher among seniors but early detection saves lives

The Star Online - Friday 15 Nov 2019 - Wong Kuan Sing was diagnosed with Stage Three prostate cancer in 2010.

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A passage through cancer

The Star Online November 8 2016 - Letters - The writer Steven Chai is a Stage 4 prostate cancer survivor. He practises Guolin Qigong.

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Lifeline for Cancer Patients

The Sun 14th October 2013 - For the past 20 years, Guolin Qigong Association of Malaysia has been working hard to provide a form of exercise to cancer patients in their fight against the dreaded disease.

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Qigong lifts up cancer survivors

New Straits Times 16 April 2012 - Guolin Qigong instructor Chan Lan Fong, 63, shows up at the Lake Gardens every morning and teaches cancer patients the exercise for free.

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Former cancer fighter shares his experience

My sinchew.com November 10 2011 - Psychological recovery played an important role in the overall treatment process and Zhu was glad that he had joined the Guolin Qigong cancer fighter group that helped him find calmness.  

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Sharing experience in fight against cancer

asiaone www.asiaone.com.sg 20 August 2011 - Cancer patient says there should be no delay in seeking treatment when you notice something is not right in your body.

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Qigong Master to

New Straits Times 2 December 2010 - Master Zhao Jifeng to talk about Cancer Does Not Mean Death

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