Professor Miao Zhenjiang the Chinese medicine treatment brain tumor has the honor to receive
the second session of world tradition medicine "the superhuman cup", the outstanding
achievement "star of the national medicine".

 
 
 
 
 

NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT OF BRAIN TUMOR

TCM research leads to impressive results.

Seventeen-year-old Guo from Huludao, Liaoning Province had a tumor of the craniopharyngeal duct. She suffered from dizziness, headache and lethargy. The disease affected her physical development. She was only 1.56 meters tall and weighed 37 kilograms. She had planned to have surgery. Seeing that results were not always ideal, she went to seek help from Professor Miao Zhenjiang, who treated her with a herbal anti-cancer medicine. She improved after ten days. Ten months later, she had gained nine kilograms and a CAT-scan showed that the tumor had disappeared.

 

Professor Miao Zhenjiang is the former head of Traditional Chinese Medicine Brain Tumor Treatment Deparment in Beijing Kangcheng Hospital, also the former artificial person of Beijing Eastern Puren Traditional Chinese Medical Tumor Treatment Research Center. Over decades he has treated several thousand patients.

 

Brain tumor is a fairly common disease and includes various kinds of neoformations in the cranial cavity and tumors transferred from other parts of the body. Benign or malignant, the tumors can affect brain function and threaten life. There are quite a number of therapies in both Chinese and Western medicine, but mostly they are not very effective. Invasive treatment, such as surgery, gamma-ray and X-ray treatment, can not totally eliminate cancer cells, and the tumor may reappear. Neither quimotherapy nor ordinary Chinese medicine is very effective due to the blood-brain barrier.

 

Miao Zhenjiang began to be interested in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in early childhood. He learned medicine from established local physicians. He studied diligently, practiced hard and soon he could prescribe medicines for patients in his own and neighboring villages. Late he joined the army and was sent to study at PLA Hospital 266. This laid a solid foundation for his later career. Seeing the great suffering of brain tumor patients, he was determined to find a cure by combining Chinese and Western medicines.

 

"TCM's understanding of brain tumor can be traced through Yellow Emperor's Canon of Internal Medicine, the earliest medical classic in China. In the book, brain tumor is attributed to the ill effects of seven human emotions - joy, anger, sorrow, fear, love, hate and desire - dysfunction of internal organs, and intrusion of exogenous pathogenic factors - wind, cold, summer heat, dampness, dryness, fire and others.", said Professor Miao. Miao has profound learning and rich clinical experience, and is good at incorporating the viewpoints and techniques of modern medicine. He discovered that the symptoms of brain tumor, such as  headache, paralysis, and visual and hearing dysfunctions, are similar to those of liver and kidney dysfunction. The liver stores blood, the kidney reproductive and food essences. The growth and development of the brain, marrow and bone are all related to kidney essence. These organs affect one another. So Miao thinks that to treat brain tumor, one should first attack the pathogenic factors in the brain, and meanwhile actively adjust the function of the whole body.

 

Based on the above concept, Professor Miao Zhenjiang led his expert group in sorting out hundreds of prescriptions and selecting dozens of herbal medicines. After repeated experiments they finally developed a series of anti-cancer medications, including oral drugs and adhesive plasters. A large number of cases show that these drugs and plasters are highly effective in treating cerebral glioma, pituitary tumor, meningioma, craniopharyngeal duct tumor, cholesteatoma, encephalic angioma and matastatic brain tumor. For post-operative patients, the medication can prevent recurrence and treat secondary epilepsy. Usually effects are seen after 7 to 20 days of treatment. After three to six months the tumor may be reduced in size or even disappear.

 

Professor Miao said, "A characteristic of TCM therapy is to find an outlet for the pathogenic substances. I use oral drugs and plasters to give the pathogenic substances a way out. Oral drugs can regulate vital energy and blood, and strengthen the functions of internal organs, so that the patient can build strength to resist disease. Also the drug can penetrate the blood-brain barrier to kill the tumor cells. The retreating tumor cells can be excreted through sweat, excrement and urine. The adhesive plaster is pasted on the proper acupoint to attack the brain tumor and potentiate the accumulated strength of oral drugs.

 

The TCM anti-tumor series medication has been praised widely by experts and scholars at the Xiyuan Hospital attached to the China TCM Research Institute, Chinese Traditional Medical Institute of Hong Kong, Beijing Tiantan Hospital and the PLA General Hospital. China Central Television, Guangming Daily, Workers' Daily and other media have reported on the effective results of the medication. Professor Miao Zhenjiang won the "Superman Cup" at the Grand Prize Contest for Best Papers on World Traditional Medicine, and been given the title "Star of National Medicine".

 
 

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Last update: 11/09/05