Here it goes again … How Effective Is Chemotherapy?

Here it goes again

From  Bill Henderson
Author, “Cure Your Cancer” and “Cancer-Free”

How Effective Is Chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy has a FAILURE RATE of ninety-seven percent (97%), or a cure rate of a mere three percent (3%). 

For many years, both Dr. Garcia, M.D. and I have been professing that chemotherapy doesn’t work. We have told our clients that the “success rate” was somewhere around 3%. Most people just find this hard to believe. “You mean oncologists almost always fail to heal their cancer patients?… Nawwww.” We’ve heard this skepticism over and over again. “I know several people who have recovered from their cancers using chemotherapy.” We have heard these comments repeatedly.

Well, finally, Dr. Garcia and his staff have isolated some statistics that back up our statements about the success rate of chemo. I want you to read three articles — or at least parts of them. This exercise, we hope, will finally give you the facts about this subject, not just opinions.

The first article is by Dr. Garcia. He wrote it for his cancer patients at his Utopia Wellness Clinic in Clearwater, Florida. The second article was published in Scientific American in 1985. It talks about the 3% success rate of chemotherapy.

The last article is the most interesting, at least to me. It summarizes the result of a study completed in 2004 by three Australian researchers. They looked at about 73,000 cancer cases in Australia and 155,000 cancer cases in the U.S. from 1990 to 2004. Their overall findings were that chemotherapy improved the 5-year cancer survival rate by an average of 2%. The exact average percentages were 2.1% in the U.S. cases and 2.3% in the Australian cases.

The actual percentages are much lower for common cancers. This is because a couple of rare cancers have a much higher rate. Hodgkin’s Disease has a 40.3% improvement rate; testicular cancer (that of the Lance Armstrong “poster boy” for chemo) has a 37.7% improvement rate. These two, even though rare, raise the average. For the most common cancers, the rates were: breast cancer 1.4%; prostate cancer 0.0%; lung cancer 2.0%; and colon cancer 1.0%.

The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology in 2004 (16:549-560). It is available to all oncologists who want to do some serious study. If I had a 98% failure rate in my profession, I’d look for something else to do. They choose to ignore it and motor on with their warnings that “…if you don’t do this chemo, you’ll die.”

Please, for your own benefit and that of your loved ones, take a look at these articles. You’ll find them by this link:

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Author: CA Care

In obedience to God's will and counting on His mercies and blessings, and driven by the desire to care for one another, we seek to provide help, direction and relief to those who suffer from cancer.

One thought on “Here it goes again … How Effective Is Chemotherapy?”

  1. Does anyone know how to get ahold of this cancer doctor as the situation is urgent as my father has only been given a few months to live

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