by Margaret B. Bermel, MBA
Most people accept the concept of chemotherapy unquestioningly, afraid to depart from conventional thinking. Dr. Ulrich Abel declared chemotherapy to be a “scientific wasteland,” and found that “at least80% of chemotherapy administered throughout the world is worthless—but neither doctor nor patient is willing to give up on chemotherapy, even though there is no scientific evidence that it works.”
Dr. Gregory Foltz discovered that oncologists have been targeting the wrong cells in the treatment of brain cancer. Cancer stem cells cause the growth of cancer cells, and stem cells resist chemotherapy. Dr. Foltz explains that this is why “standard cancer treatments so often fail: those therapies target the wrong cells.”
A study conducted by Harvard researcher John Cairns showed that chemotherapy is “somewhat effective in only 2–3% of cancer patients, primarily those with the rarest kinds of cancer.”
The millions of failed trials as evidenced by the deaths of millions of people clearly indicate that the toxic method is erroneous. The chemo experiment is flawed because it does not compare the results of a treatment group taking chemotherapy to the results of a control group that does not take chemotherapy. Yet the cancer industry continues to cling to this “treatment,” ignoring its failure rate. Cancer patients are the unwitting guinea pigs, participating in a bad science experiment.
We have all been brainwashed into believing that chemo is the only option when faced with a cancer diagnosis. Until people question the basic premise of chemo, it will remain the knee-jerk reaction to cancer. “Big Pharma”, supported by the FDA, has developed a monopoly on the cancer industry.
Natural substances can’t be patented and do not generate the billions of dollars that chemical substances do. Natural substances are viewed as a threat to the monopoly because they are inexpensive and effective. Consequently, any alternative natural treatments are systematically suppressed and discredited by the FDA.
Once people understand that chemotherapy is about the money, people are empowered to make an informed health care decision.
The FDA’s suppression of alternative cancer cures has led to the success of the monopoly, all in the name of protecting the public. In 1986, Mary Yevchak testified before Congress that she was forced to undergo nearly fatal chemotherapy treatment, and had to leave this country for the non-toxic treatment which cured her. Still, the cancer industry is pushing toxic treatments that do not work, and suppressing non-toxic treatments that do work.
Treatment should result in health, not death. How many people do you know who had chemotherapy and died?
We need to question conventional thinking; we need a thought revolution to change the way we approach cancer.