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Chemo Does Not Cure: Often It Inflicts Damage and Spreads Cancer

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    Chemo Does Not Cure: Often It Inflicts Damage and Spreads Cancer

    (NaturalNews) For years now, many of us who advocate natural health and natural approaches to beating cancer have warned against the dangers and the ineffectiveness of chemotherapy. The following report presented at the 27th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium illustrates how chemo actually spreads cancer cells, as well as points out how little we are being told about the dangers of chemo:

    "German investigators from Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, have shown that taxol (the "gold standard of chemo") causes a massive release of cells into circulation.

    "Such a release of cancer cells would result in extensive metastasis months or even years later, long after the chemo would be suspected as the cause of the spread of the cancer. This little known horror of conventional cancer treatment needs to be spread far and wide, but it is not even listed in the side effects of taxol."

    As has oft been stated, chemo does not cure cancer - it merely attempts to eliminate the tumors and cancer cells that are symptoms of the underlying causes of cancer, and does so with little success and great risks. In some instances it may appear to eliminate tumors and cancer cell masses, though most often it merely destroys some of the cancer cells. In the process, it often inflicts a very high price.

    Besides spreading cancer cells, chemo inflicts serious and perhaps irreversible damage to the immune system, the body's natural first line of defense against cancer and other illness - thus paving the way for the remaining cancer cells or future cancers to overwhelm a body that is even less able to beat the cancer that got past the immune system in the first place.

    Chemo also frequently results in serious and even fatal damage, and major organs are also damaged, particularly the liver - which as cancer pioneer Max Gerson observed is always impaired to begin in those who get cancer. The heart is also frequently seriously damaged.

    The end result is that chemo kills more patients than it "cures". Most of those deaths are the result of liver or heart failure. Statistically, it has been estimated that the five year success rate from chemo is only about 3% (meaning only about 3% more patients who opted for chemo survived at least five years than did those who opted to not undergo chemo). But even that meager statistic is misleading in two key ways:

    First of all, though survival rates are slightly higher for the first couple of years compared to those who opted out of chemo, after the third year the survival rate for those who opted out is greater than those who were treated with chemo and the gap widens significantly every year after that.

    Secondly, and perhaps most important of all, the survival rates compare all of those who either undergo chemotherapy or decide against it. That includes the very large number of people who do little or nothing to address their cancer naturally and merely forego chemo. If chemo survival rates were compared with those of people who not only opted out of chemo, but also chose a non-invasive natural protocol to eliminate the toxins and other causes of cancer, to boost their immune systems and to attack the cancer naturally without inflicting damage to the rest of the body, there would surely be no comparison.

    You can bet that it is a comparison the cancer industry never wants to make.

    Sources Included:

    27th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, (abstract 6014)
    "Conventional Cancer Treatments"
    "Hiding the Truth about Losing the War on Cancer" Hiding the Truth about Losing the War on Cancer
    Aaron Murakami

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  • #2
    Nice information .

    Do you have any article about hair fall of cancer patients? Do anyone opts for non chemo therapy experience hair fall too?
    Last edited by sucahyo; 12-17-2009, 06:10 AM.


    • #3
      I don't have any studies to back up my opinion. But I just gotta rant.

      One cannot heal when they are in a human sized microwave. Microwave does not distinguish from healthy cells and unhealthy cells. Chemo is nothing more than death on a stick. ("Here, step into my microwave and lets nuke the snot outta ya. But I'm gonna wait on the outside, protected by this ten foot thick concrete wall.")

      I read your post a while back when you posted it Aaron, so I could be regurgetating something that was said in that article. When the chemo kills the healthy cells it knocks down the immune system, with the immune system down the unhealthy cells that are still present attack the body without anything to keep em back. The only way to kill all the unhealthy cells using chemo would be to kill the entire human body. It would be the only way to get all the affected cells. Chemo doesn't distinguish between healthy and unhealthy. It kills everything.

      sucahyo - I don't know for sure about the hair question. My guess is that the hair only falls out after chemo. I've seen people with cancer that had their hair. And the only people I've seen without hair have had chemo.
      If you've made it this far then I've finally quit rambling.


      • #4
        Agree .

        Just found info about the hair loss:
        Tony Isaacs Oleander Protocol For Cancer or AIDS
        "(with the lone exception being hair loss when the chemo drug of choice is Cisplatin)."
        Last edited by sucahyo; 12-17-2009, 08:53 AM.