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Month: July 2018

The Star My – Therapy for pain reaches the poor

19 July 2018 The Star NON-profit organisation Compassionate Care Foundation is giving the underprivileged a chance to undergo subsidised Hi-Bliss Hydrogen Therapy through its Love.Hope.Health campaign. The non-invasive and alternative therapy is intended to help those suffering from chronic pain and skin allergies. With the help of IRCare Sdn Bhd, the foundation will subsidise 50% …

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Harian Metro – Terapi orang sakit

12 July 2018 Agak mengelirukan apabila sebilangan doktor berpendapat bahawa sesetengah penyakit kronik berpunca daripada jangkitan kuman tertentu, sementara yang lain mengatakan ia bermula daripada dalam diri individu itu sendiri. Begitupun, kajian demi kajian membuktikan kedua-dua pandangan ini ada benarnya, bergantung kepada perspektif mana punca penyakit ini dikesan. Lihat saja bagaimana kita mudah jatuh sakit …

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Life & Times by New Straits Times – Alternative Treatment for Chronic Pain

10 July 2018 “Our biggest motivation is the ability to help someone in pain get well again. The most rewarding experience is to witness their improvement day bydayuptothe point that they are healthy and smiling again.” DIAGNOSED with chronic hepatitis C, Siew Wai Kiong’s liver could no longer function. Two-third of it had hardened while …

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UTUSAN ONLINE – Bantu rawat golongan memerlukan

6 July 2018 KUALA LUMPUR 6 Julai – Bermula Mei sehingga Disember 2018, seramai 50 pesakit yang kurang bernasib baik dan  memerlukan akan dibantu menjalani Terapi Hidrogen Molekul yang mampu merawat pelbagai jenis penyakit. Penasihat Yayasan Compassionate Care, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye berkata, inisiatif prihatin dan bermanfaat itu diambil membolehkan individu tidak berkemampuan mendapat …

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New Straits Times – Government, private agencies encouraged to contribute to underprivileged health treatment

6 July 2018 KUALA LUMPUR: All government and private agencies are called to actively contribute various kind of aids through corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes to help underprivileged people in getting alternative health treatments. Compassionate Care Foundation (CCF) through its ‘Love.Hope.Health’ campaign are offering 50 free alternative treatments for those in need beginning May till …

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