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Case Study of the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer Using al-Ṭibb al-Nabawī

Case Study of the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer Using al-Ṭibb al-Nabawī AbstractThis case study looks into the treatment of endometrial cancer using al-ṭibb al-nabawī. The subject, a 55-year-old female Malay, had a medically-baffling condition but was later diagnosed with endometrial cancer. Her CA 19.9 pancreatic cancer marker had risen from 49 U/ml to 1878 U/ml, astronomically exceeding the normal 37 U/ml. She also had a hypermetabolic lesion measuring 1.0 cm × 0.8 cm with SUVmax 9.1 on the fundus of her uterus. She underwent jinn exorcism and underwent intensive al-ṭibb al-nabawī treatments for two weeks. Her health condition improved remarkably, with the CA 19.9 decreasing to 161 U/ml within a short period. The lesion was later reduced to 0.6 cm × 0.8 cm with SUVmax 2.98. This case study looks into the intensive al-ṭibb al-nabawī treatment programme that she underwent. It also aims to find alternative explanations for the cause of her endometrial cancer based on Islamic epistemology and ontology. Her rapid recovery is consistent with jinn possession as the underlying cause, and is comparable with a few other cases of jinn possession with extraordinary rapid recovery. The likely explanation is that the jinn inside her produced toxins that resulted in her endometrial cancer and extraordinarily high readings of CA 19.9. The exorcism of jinn had removed the source of the toxins, enabling supplementary food recommended by al-ṭibb al-nabawī to be effective in the healing process. The upliftment of spirituality also contributed to the extraordinary speed of recovery. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Al-Bayan Journal of Qur’an and Hadith Studies Brill

Case Study of the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer Using al-Ṭibb al-Nabawī

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Publisher
Brill
Copyright
Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
2232-1950
eISSN
2232-1969
DOI
10.1163/22321969-20230131
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Abstract

AbstractThis case study looks into the treatment of endometrial cancer using al-ṭibb al-nabawī. The subject, a 55-year-old female Malay, had a medically-baffling condition but was later diagnosed with endometrial cancer. Her CA 19.9 pancreatic cancer marker had risen from 49 U/ml to 1878 U/ml, astronomically exceeding the normal 37 U/ml. She also had a hypermetabolic lesion measuring 1.0 cm × 0.8 cm with SUVmax 9.1 on the fundus of her uterus. She underwent jinn exorcism and underwent intensive al-ṭibb al-nabawī treatments for two weeks. Her health condition improved remarkably, with the CA 19.9 decreasing to 161 U/ml within a short period. The lesion was later reduced to 0.6 cm × 0.8 cm with SUVmax 2.98. This case study looks into the intensive al-ṭibb al-nabawī treatment programme that she underwent. It also aims to find alternative explanations for the cause of her endometrial cancer based on Islamic epistemology and ontology. Her rapid recovery is consistent with jinn possession as the underlying cause, and is comparable with a few other cases of jinn possession with extraordinary rapid recovery. The likely explanation is that the jinn inside her produced toxins that resulted in her endometrial cancer and extraordinarily high readings of CA 19.9. The exorcism of jinn had removed the source of the toxins, enabling supplementary food recommended by al-ṭibb al-nabawī to be effective in the healing process. The upliftment of spirituality also contributed to the extraordinary speed of recovery.

Journal

Al-Bayan Journal of Qur’an and Hadith StudiesBrill

Published: Jul 19, 2023

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