Rectal Cancer

Rectal cancer is cancer that begins in the rectum. The rectum is the last several inches of the large intestine. It starts at the end of the final segment of your colon and ends when it reaches the short, narrow passage leading to the anus.

Cancer inside the rectum (rectal cancer) and cancer inside the colon (colon cancer) are often referred to together as “colorectal cancer.”

While rectal and colon cancers are similar in many ways, their treatments are quite different. This is mainly because the rectum sits in a tight space, barely separated from other organs and structures. The tight space can make surgery to remove rectal cancer complex.

Kirathi had been consulting with 4-5 doctors about conventional treatment in his home town of Bangkok and says ‘somehow it just didn’t feel right to me’.

Having read and heard about the damage that conventional treatment can give to the body and after extensive consultation with our specialists he chose Verita Life.

Improvements after the Integrative Treatment

He had a full integrative treatment plan including IPT.
Prior to his treatment at Verita Krithai said his tumor was rock hard and rough, like it was stuck to his skin and he couldn’t take it out. His tumor size has shrunk 30% from 4.6 cm to 3.2 and his treatment continues.

Kirathi said

“Physically I could feel the tumor myself, after six weeks the tumor has softened”