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Check Out What the Cancer Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know
After a round of chemotherapy many people find that they have numerous adverse reactions. Most chemo drugs enter the brain and produce numerous acute or delayed changes to your central nervous system. If you have ever known anyone that has cancer and then gone through chemo, they often tell you they are suffering from “chemo-brain.” They can’t think clearly, they are forgetful, they are moody, and they have lost the ability to concentrate on anything for more than 5 or 10 minutes at a time. These effects can last for years.
The long term survival rates of cancer patients that undergo chemotherapy are grossly exaggerated because most cancer patients end up dying from other diseases that are unrelated to the original cancer but actually came from the cancer treatment itself.
It’s well-known that chemotherapy drugs, especially those with alkylating compounds, are known to cause other types of cancer, such as leukemia. In fact, alkylating agents cause direct damage to the DNA of all cells in the body. When the DNA is damaged, it causes long term damage to the body’s bone marrow which will affect your overall immunity. Chemotherapy allows the risk for developing a second cancer to grow slowly over time but their appearance is inevitable. Numerous studies have shown that the risk rises dramatically about two years after treatment has ended and reaches its highest level within 10 years after treatment. This is why most patients who undergo chemotherapy die within 15 years after treatment.
Radiation therapy also increases the risk of developing another type of cancer for most people. Radiation is linked to numerous types of cancer but the top two are leukemia and/or sarcomas. Most people develop these cancers within 5 to 9 years after radiation treatment ends. Exactly the same as chemo patients, people develop a secondary cancer that is related to the treatment, not a regrowth of the original cancer. Radiation used to be rare but radiation induced cancers have simply exploded since radiation has become common.
Everyone knows that there are several natural cures for cancer, but these are being suppressed because there is no money to be made in them. It costs millions, possibly even billions, to fund the necessary research and clinical trials to approve cancer drugs. Unfortunately, these drugs only make matters worse. Think about how many people who have a few high blood pressure readings who are put on toxic medication for life until the medication killed them, when all they really had to do was made some changes to their diet and lifestyle. The medical industry doesn’t want you to get well. They want customers!
One study that involved more than 10,000 patients who had lymphoma (Hodgkin’s disease) and underwent chemotherapy showed that they were 14 times more likely to develop leukemia and as much as 6 times more likely to develop bone cancer, compared to subjects that did not have chemotherapy. This is according to Dr. John Diamond, M.D.
The former president of the American Chemical Society, Dr. Alan C. Nixon, states that it’s incomprehensible how scientists can ignore clear and obvious evidence chemotherapy does much more harm than good.
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