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IfItWalksLikeaDu ck

United States

#1 Jul 10, 2012

I'm sitting here watching my friend slowly and painfully die from the worthless chemo and radiation treatments he has gotten, and is getting, while his mom proudly proclaims he's getting the "best treatment available and is on the road to recovery".

Sorry, but I've seen this happen too many times before. His best options would have been an ounce of prevention by a healthy lifestyle, good nutrition and living a godly life. Sadly, that has not been the case. It might still be turned around IF he would begin immediately to trust in that, instead of what's destroying him.
Meanwhile, the "home health people' come and go on a daily basis because he can't take care of himself.

"Many medical oncologists recommend chemotherapy for virtually any tumor, with a hopefulness undiscouraged by almost invariable failure,” Albert Braverman MD 1991 Lancet 1991 337 p901 “Medical Oncology in the 90s.

“Most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy. Chemotherapy does not eliminate breast, colon, or lung cancers. This fact has been documented for over a decade, yet doctors still use chemotherapy for these tumors,” Allen Levin, MD UCSF The Healing of Cancer.

“Despite widespread use of chemotherapies, breast cancer mortality has not changed in the last 70 years,” Thomas Dao, MD NEJM Mar 1975 292 p 707.

Additionally, Irwin Bross, a biostatistician for the National Cancer Institute, discovered that many cancers that are benign (though thought to be malignant) and will not metastasize until they are hit with chemotherapy. In other words, he's found that many people who've been diagnosed with metastatic cancer did not have metastatic cancer until they got their chemotherapy.

For many cancers, chemotherapy just does not improve your survival rate. Some of these are colorectal, gastric, pancreatic, bladder, breast, ovarian, cervical and corpus uteri, head and neck.

Knowing this, oncologists still recommend a regimen of chemotherapy.

Here are two stories we received from Frank Wiewel:

When President Reagan had his colon cancer successfully removed by surgery, his health was reported daily as he recovered. On his return to work, a spokesperson appeared, proclaimed him cured, and that was that.

However, very nearly every patient who undergoes surgery for colon cancer gets put on chemotherapy afterwards. Why not Present Reagan?

Frank told us of Dr Charles Simone, who today handles cancers with diet and lifestyle changes was hired on as the president’s personal oncologist. The public never learned of this because the good doctor, was stuffed into a grocery truck and made his entrance into the white house through the backdoor where deliveries are made.

Frank also told us of a time he met with some of the top oncologists in the country. He had a lot of questions for them, one of them being:“Knowing the odds of successful outcome using chemotherapy are nil in many cancer cases, why do you continue to prescribe chemotherapy?”

The answer he got was this:“We give it to patients so they won't give up hope and fall into the hands of quacks.”

Quacks? Implicit in the definition of quackery is the sale of worthless or dangerous nostrums for profit. Who exactly are the quacks here?"

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