The September 1993 edition of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute of NIH reported that a major study, which included just about every type of cancer, determined that chemotherapy provided a “durable response” in just 3% of all cases. Another 4% of the patients in the study were found to have a “significantly long survival period.”
In other words, only about 7%—less than 1 in 10—of all patients who undergo chemotherapy actually get much benefit out of it.
It’s a roll of the dice! That’s a lot of hair loss, vomiting, and death for such long odds, don’t you think?
Why is it, then, that the medical establishment—after more than 60 years—still dogmatically adheres to these expensive and dangerous “treatments”?
Consider all the breakthroughs in other disciplines throughout the years. Just look at how far science and technology has come over the last six decades!
But these recommended cancer “treatments” are 60 years old and counting. Very little change. Precious little progress.
Maybe it’s the way the entire medical establishment is set up to protect the status quo or the fact that the drug companies have their tentacles so deep in established medicine, that doctors get nearly all of their education on drug therapies from the drug companies themselves.
(Can you really trust a ‘tonic and snake oil’ peddler to disclose all the facts? Just remember the Vioxx fiasco.)
Make no mistake about it. Cancer is big business. And all those tonic-peddling fat cats are dining on your wallet at the expense of your life.
This unholy marriage between the pharmaceutical behemoths and the medical establishment is the classic wolf in sheep’s clothing. They’ve succeeded in pulling the wool over the eyes of the American public. But all the while, they’ve been committing highway robbery—not to mention mass murder—and getting away with it scot-free.
I could go on, and on, and ON. The simple truth is, the medical establishment has failed.
They’ve failed to end cancer. They’ve failed the American public. And they’ve failed you and your loved ones.
Chemo and radiation are for the birds. But there’s a glimmer of hope on the horizon. Let me show you…