Mae Yap, 56, is a survivor of her own fate. Since birth she had bronchial asthma that
bothered her for a while. In 2000, upon her doctor‘s recommendation, Ms. Yap decided to
undergo medical workup because of her swollen womb. The result was Uterine Myoma, but
―fortunately it was negative of cancer,‖ she says.
But in 2003, she noticed that the swelling came back again. This proved to be a serious case
when ―a piece of skin tissue was sloughed off from my breast,‖ Ms. Yap recalls. She
consulted a specialistat the PhilippineGeneral Hospital. Butthis time the resultswere grim: She issuffering from StageIII Breast Cancer.This is no ordinarystory. Hearing theterrible news of herfate, Ms. Yap shouldbe sulking, but shechose not to. She wenton to get an operationin Singapore GeneralHospital. She wasadvised to undergochemotherapy andradiation to fullyrecover.Ever the optimistic, Ms. Yap used Reishi Gano and Ganocelium capsules, Spirulina Candy,
and Morinzhi as food supplement. ―I survived those days by
drinking dissolved RG/GL, to be
taken within 72 hours, even if I‘m still in pain,‖ Ms. Yap says.
―I was bedridden and had Alcopecia; my hair started to fall out and used Ganozhi Shampoo,‖Ms. Yap recalls. It wasn‘t long until her hair went right back and
grew steadily, just as her
condition improved. ―Just after a week of taking all DXN products, I was able to stand upalone and eat regularly on time,‖ she says.
A year after her operation, her continuous battle for survival is transcended to inspiring others
with similar fate. ―I am now a cancer survivor and a member of Cancer Survivors Associationin Northern Mindanao Medical Center in Cagayan de Oro City, Misamiz Oriental,‖ she
shares. This endeavor has taught her that despite the trials, there is hope in every end of it;what is needed is the belief on every possibility and strength to face challenges with faith andoptimism.