Another Opinion: What is cancer?

Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues.

Few things strike fear into people more than the word cancer, and with good reason. While improvements in cancer therapy and advances in palliative care mean that the illness does not always lead to inevitable and painful death as it once did, approximately one in three of us will get some form of cancer in our lifetime. Continue reading

One Patient, Two Cancer DNA Tests, Two Different Results

What happens when cutting-edge medicine offers up conflicting answers?

A patient receives chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. Eric Gaillard/Reuters

A couple years ago, Sibel Blau, an oncologist outside of Seattle, was working with the company Guardant Health to test their novel “liquid biopsies” in patients. The idea behind liquid biopsies is both elegant and promising. A doctor takes a blood sample from a patient, and then Guardant looks for tumor DNA floating in the blood, allowing doctors to identify the tumor’s unique mutations and offer a personalized drug regimen—all without an invasive tissue biopsy. Blau was excited to be on board. Continue reading

Cancer Horror Story

Cancer Industry Hides Awful Truth That Chemo Often Kills Patients Before Cancer Does

The shocking study was published in LANCET ONCOLOGY in September of this year and was reported by a limited number of news sources. Guardian [Aug. 30, 2016]. Most were obscure online portals. [ChristianTruther.com [Aug. 7, 2016[; The Free Thought Project [Sept. 3, 2016]; Opposing Views [Sept. 6, 2016]; What Doctors Don’t Tell You [Sept. 6, 2016] But alternate news sources were apparently drowned out by the recent Presidential election in the USA. Absent were CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, Reuters, The Associated Press ­ the major news media.

In some hospital-based cancer treatment centers the death rate from chemotherapy (not cancer) is as high as 50%. The study involved thousands of patients with lung cancer in England. Continue reading

Elderly Man with Terminal Cancer Walks Out of Hospice after Treatment with Cannabis Oil

“After nine months of taking two different forms of cannabis oil, one, a cannabis capsule infused with organic coconut oil around 10:30am and high THC oil about an hour before bed, dad was given the life changing report, “No evidence of recurrent disease”.” ~ Corinne Malanca (Stan and Barb Rutner’s daughter)

Stan Found Cannabis after Chemo and Radiation Almost Killed Him

The trillion dollar burn, cut, poison, Cancer Industrial Complex boldly proclaims that chemotherapy and radiation routinely save lives – that their toxic interventions boost long-term survival rates and the biggest lie of all: chemo and radiation exclusively target cancerous cells and leave healthy cells alone.

All these statements by the cancer industry are patently false. Poison is poison; it kills indiscriminately. Chemo and radiation are poisons posing as medicine. In fact, mainstream cancer “treatment” is the leading cause of secondary cancers.

Dave Mihalovic a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in vaccine research, cancer prevention and a holistic approach to cancer treatment stated: Continue reading

Growing Incidence of Cardiotoxicity and Heart Damage After Chemotherapy

The evidence against the use of chemotherapy continues to mount, especially if you’re diabetic. Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in cancer patients with metabolic diseases, according to a study presented EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.

The overall contribution of cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults is well below 3 percent. Oncologists are now being advised that the toxic treatment has dire consequences for those with metabolic diseases such as diabetes and insulin resistance. Continue reading

Conquering Cancer

cancer_02Time magazine starts and essay written by Vice President Joe Biden on cancer saying, “Every day, thousands of Americans hear the dreaded “c word” from their doctor. I know the fear and the numbness that sets in with the cancer of a loved one. What happens next can make the difference between life and death. If there’s a treatment that can help, there’s hope. But for some people, hope is a clinical trial that will ultimately determine whether a new therapy can slow or stop their cancer.”
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‘I’m sorry. I didn’t get it’

Oncology nurse and mother-of-two writes moving apology to her patients after being diagnosed with cancer herself

lindsay-norris_01A mother-of-two and oncology nurse has admitted that she ‘didn’t get it’ until she was diagnosed with cancer herself.

Lindsay Norris, from Kansas, was diagnosed with stage three Rectal Adenocarcinoma in September after the birth of her second child.

The 33-year-old, who is currently in the first stage of treatment, wrote a moving blog post in which she said being diagnosed herself has transformed her understanding of what it is like to live with the disease. Continue reading

What The Cancer Industry Does Not Want You To Know About Chemotherapy and Radiation

chemotreatmentThey tell us chemotherapy saves lives, boosts long-term survival rates and does not damage healthy cells. All these statements by the cancer industry are false. Poison kills indiscriminately– always has and always will. While damaging healthy cells, chemotherapy also triggers them to secrete a protein that sustains tumour growth and resistance to further treatment. That’s right…chemotherapy will actually boost cancer growth and cancer treatment is the leading cause of secondary cancers.
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Study Of Breast Cancer Treatment Reveals Paradox Of Precision Medicine

By testing tumors, researchers hoped to identify women who could avoid chemotherapy without increasing their risk of a cancer recurrence. ~ Voisin/Phanie/Science Source

By testing tumors, researchers hoped to identify women who could avoid chemotherapy without increasing their risk of a cancer recurrence. ~ Voisin/Phanie/Science Source

A major study about the best way to treat early-stage breast cancer reveals that “precision medicine” doesn’t provide unambiguous answers about how to choose the best therapy.

“Precision doesn’t mean certainty,” says David Hunter, a professor of cancer prevention at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

That point is illustrated in a large study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, involving decisions about chemotherapy.

As is true for many cancers, breast cancer responds best to treatment when it is caught early, before it has spread throughout the body. Dr. Fatima Cardoso, the study’s lead author and a breast cancer specialist at the Champalimaud Clinical Center in Lisbon, Portugal, says that creates a conundrum for doctors and patients alike. Continue reading

Immunotherapy moves to the front lines in fight against lung cancer

Scientists have discovered that when cells are 'squeezed' inside stiff, rigid body tissues, such as the lungs, it is more vulnerable to the genetic mutations that can trigger cancer

Lung cancer, which kills almost 160,000 Americans a year, is among the cruelest of foes. Most patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage and after punishing chemotherapy still have a bleak prognosis. More than half die within a year.

Bit by bit, though, scientists are making progress against the nation’s biggest cancer killer. Years ago, they began approaching lung cancer as many different diseases rather than a single one. The 15 percent of patients with certain high-risk mutations, for example, today get “targeted” medications that work better than chemo. Continue reading

Chemotherapy one of dozens of procedures shown to ‘give no benefit

man-upset-cry-cancer-patient-chemotherapyChemotherapy is arguably one of the medical industry’s biggest frauds. Perhaps that’s why it recently landed on a list of ineffectual treatments drawn up by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AMRC).

The list was created by 11 top specialists, who were each asked to think of five treatments they felt provided little to no patient benefits. And surprise, surprise – chemotherapy was one of them. Doctors from the AMRC said that chemotherapy cannot cure terminal cancer, and may bring unneeded distress in the final months of life. The Guardian reported:

“The treatment is ‘by its very nature toxic’, therefore, the combination of failing to achieve a response and causing toxicity can ‘do more harm than good.'”

Do more harm than good? You don’t say. Continue reading

Study Of Breast Cancer Treatment Reveals Paradox Of Precision Medicine

By testing tumors, researchers hoped to identify women who could avoid chemotherapy without increasing their risk of a cancer recurrence. Voisin/Phanie/Science Source

By testing tumors, researchers hoped to identify women who could avoid chemotherapy without increasing their risk of a cancer recurrence.
Voisin/Phanie/Science Source

A major study about the best way to treat early-stage breast cancer reveals that “precision medicine” doesn’t provide unambiguous answers about how to choose the best therapy.

“Precision doesn’t mean certainty,” says David Hunter, a professor of cancer prevention at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

That point is illustrated in a large study published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine, involving decisions about chemotherapy. Continue reading

New Study Finds Chemo Kills 50% of Patients In First 30 Days

chemo_02We have long argued and posted evidence of the dangers of chemotherapy. Note the description in our category, WARNING: Chemotherapy ~ The category was  originally based on the premise of a single column, written in 1985, by a Pharmaceutical sales rep. The names of the drugs have changed, but the results may not have. It is our purpose to provide you with quality information, which will enable you – the cancer patient – to ask questions of your physician, and to be in a position to make your own choice.. In addition, note the complete title of Dr. Kelley’s seminal work on the subject of cancer; Victory Over Cancer: Without Surgery, Chemotherapy or Radiation – and order your copy today. ~ Ed.
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The True Toll of Surviving Cancer

cancerFrom toilet troubles to hearing loss, the lasting side effects of chemo you rarely hear about

After being told she had bone cancer, Florencia Pistritto’s mind was focused on one thing: survival.

‘I just couldn’t stop crying,’ recalls Florencia, 31, a former waitress from Edinburgh. ‘All I could think about was my two-year-old son Marco.’

So when it was explained that the chemotherapy she needed might leave her with long term side-effects, this barely registered. Continue reading

Breast Cancer Patient Refuses Chemo…

… enrages Her Doctor. Then She Dumped Her Microwave & …

theresaWhen Theresa DiNallo was diagnosed with breast cancer, her world was turned upside down. Like most women who are diagnosed with the deadly illness, life changes drastically. According to BreastCancer.org, 12% of all women will develop breast cancer. 246,660 new cases are expected this year alone. Breast cancer is serious business to those diagnosed with it as well as a profitable business to pharmaceutical companies.

“After completing a mammogram, they called me and put it very delicately, saying they think there is a mass in a certain area,” DiNallo told news-herald.com. “That’s when I immediately got scared and I remember being petrified the whole time.”

Theresa was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma. Continue reading