Pancreatic Cancer

Terminal Pancreatic Cancer with Metastasis, TXL Extended My Life for More than 2 Years

It suffices to possess a good quality of life and dignity in life.

Mr. Lau Malaysia

Allegedly pancreatic cancer, the king of cancer, is the most difficult to treat. Its relapse, with metastasis, is deemed to be incurable by doctors. When conventional medicine has given up hope, I am extremely lucky to have TXL extended my life for more than 2 years.

Diagnosed with stage 2 pancreatic cancer in August 2016, I had it surgically removed, then underwent 16 chemotherapy sessions from September 2016 to March 2017. From April to June 2017, my ca19-9 index remained normal. 

Then in August 2017, a CT scan revealed that the cancer had metastasized to the liver, where a 2.1cm tumor was found. I had to undergo 12 chemo sessions from October 2017 to February 2018. My ca19-9 index returned to normal in March. When it became abnormal again in April 2018, I was put on oral doses of chemo drugs until September. A CT scan in September 2018 showed that the liver tumor had grown to 2.9cm. The doctor gave up treatment completely since chemotherapy had failed. I intended to go overseas for other types of treatment, but gave it up because of the hassle of long-distance travel. 

Back in November 2017, I began to take TXL during chemotherapy. I took 3 bottles of TXL a day. Starting from September 2018, I resumed with 3 bottles of TXL a day because the doctor gave up treatment for the simple reason that chemotherapy was ineffective. Till December 2020, I have survived for more than 2 years with the help of TXL.

It is a miracle to survive 4 years of terminal pancreatic cancer with metastasis, which defies conventional medical treatment. I am thus a miraculous testimonial. I have survived a terminal pancreatic cancer from 2018 to December 2020 for a period of over 2 years, all the while accompanied by TXL. Everybody undergoes birth, old age, sickness and death, and it suffices to possess a good quality of life and dignity in life. My family members and I are full of profound gratitude.


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