Don’t just fully trust the promise of ‘absolute cure’

  • Nation
  • Monday, 26 Nov 2018

Lim Wee Siong showing a herbal magazine and the herbal medicinal drink his late father Lim Man used before succumbing to drug-induced liver failure.

PETALING JAYA: When 73-year-old Lim Man noticed a small lump on his neck in February, he did what many of his generation would typically do – search for a herbal cure.

Articles in herb magazines about a herbal practitioner who claimed her potent brew of 33 herbs could cure everything, from flu to cancer, caught his attention.

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