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Are Cancer Treatments Effective - The Real Story

Are Cancer ... ... - The Real Story© By Lena SanchezI do not wish this article to be ... and I dooffer an ... at the end, so do not despair half way through ...

Are Cancer Treatments Effective - The Real Story
© By Lena Sanchez

I do not wish this article to be discouraging and I do
offer an alternative at the end, so do not despair half
way through reading.

Let's look at the 2000 sad stats on American Healthcare's
$1.3B industry. 1 out of 3 people get cancer, 1 out of 2 get
heart disease, obesity is at epidemic levels, 70% of children
are getting hardening deposits in their arteries as early as
12 years of age. And here is the worst one of all, 62% of
accidental deaths are attributed to prescriptions. 2001 found
prescription deaths greater than illegal drug deaths. In 2000
109,000 people died from prescription drugs another 2.2
million survive but have illnesses or severe debilitation
caused by prescription use. So what does that tell you
about how well we are doing as a westernized medical
society? The figures for 2001 & 2002 aren't in yet but
believed to be even more severe.

"Deadly Medicine? Every year over 500,000 people worldwide
die from illness or organ diseased from the side effects of
pharmaceutical products," says the Journal of the American
Medical Association (JAMA). These pharmaceuticals are
used to treat the most deadly diseases known to Western
Man: heart attack, cancer, and stroke."

I shudder when reading reports like these, even though
most are from a few years back, sadly the story is that
the healing rate has not increased but actually decreased
in some areas! I wonder how many people have lost their
lives early because of money and the medical mess that
has been created by perpetuating cancer cures in the
medical community that aren't really cures but money

Harvard University's published cancer mortality for 2,000
excluded non-melanoma skin cancer, non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma,
stomach cancers and other rare cancers. Their death figures
from the top fourteen cancers were 216,700 men and 197,600
women, children were not reported. Aside from certain rare
cancers, it is impossible to detect any sudden changes in
the death rates for any of the major cancers that could be
credited to chemotherapy.

Whether any of the common cancers can be cured by
chemotherapy has yet to be established. In most common
solid tumors-lung, colon, breast, etc. chemotherapy is
NOT curative.

Why the growth in chemotherapy in the face of such failure? A
look at the financial intercourse between a large cancer center
such as Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC)
and the companies that make billions selling chemotherapy
drugs makes for revealing why.

James D. Robinson III, Honorary Chairman of the MSKCC
Board of Overseers and Managers, is a director of Bristol-Myers
Squibb, the world's largest producer of chemotherapy drugs.
Richard Gelb, Vice-Chairman of the MSKCC board is Chairman
of the Board at Bristol-Myers. Richard Furlaud, another MSKCC
board member, recently retired as Bristol Myers' president. Paul
Marks, MD, MSKCC's President and CEO, is a director of Pfizer.

Very few know that chemotherapy drugs are not FDA approved.
They are legally administered under the Rule of Probable Cause"
states that experimental drugs may be used if the side effect of
the drug is no worse than the end effect of the disease. In fact,
every chemotherapy bottle is stamped "For Experimental Use
Only" and the patient must sign a release before the doctor will
prescribe or administer it.

Multiple papers have been written stating that while some
oncologists inform their patients of the lack of evidence that
treatments work...others may well be misled by scientific papers
that express unwarranted optimism about chemotherapy. Still
others respond to an economic incentive. Physicians can earn
much more money running active chemotherapy practices
than they can providing solace and dying patients
and their families."

In my research to find cure rates they are knowningly and
loudly unobtainable, saying more than numbers. You know
if they exist or were good the pharmaceutical industry would
be singing them loud and clear.

Alan C. Nixon, PhD, Past President of the American Chemical
Society wrote that "As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is
incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear
evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm
than good."

In 1986, McGill Cancer Center scientists sent a questionnaire
to 118 doctors who treated non-small-cell lung cancer. More
than three-quarters of them recruited patients and carried out
trials of toxic drugs for lung cancer.

They were asked to imagine that they themselves had cancer,
and were asked which of six current trials they themselves
would choose. Of the 79 respondents, 64 said they would not
consent to be in a trial containing cisplatin, a common
chemotherapy drug. Fifty-eight found all the trials unacceptable.
Their reasons? The ineffectiveness of chemotherapy and its
unacceptable degree of toxicity.

Famed German biostatistician Ulrich Abel, PhD, also found
in a similar 1989 study that "the personal views of many
oncologists seem to be in striking contrast to communications
intended for the public."

"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, Marcus Books, 1990

Why so much use of chemotherapy if it does so little good? Well
for one thing, drug companies provide huge economic incentives.
In 1990, $3.53 billion was spent on chemotherapy. By 1994 that
figure had more than doubled to $7.51 billion and tripled in 2002
when all other industries were struggling to stay afloat. This
relentless increase in chemotherapy use is accompanied by
a relentless increase in cancer deaths. Again death certificates
state causes of death as cancer, when I personally know of some
that were free of cancer but died from the ongoing chemotherapy
prevention! This makes it impossible to know how many actually
die from chemotherapy!

Oncologist Albert Braverman, MD, wrote in 1991 that "No
disseminated neoplasm (cancer) incurable in 1975 is curable
today...Many medical oncologists recommend chemotherapy
for virtually any tumor, with a hopefulness undiscouraged by
almost invariable failure." Twelve years hasn't changed that
or the cancer death wouldn't continue to rise.

If you or a loved one should have need of such medical
treatment look long and hard before buying what you are being
told. Take charge of your life and get to the bottom of the truth
before being treated.

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*** Lena Sanchez Author of "Handbook Of Herbs
To Health & Other Secrets," "Antibiotic Alternatives To
Preventing Mega BacteriaFeature Articles," & "Dangers & Secrets Doctors
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