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Cancer scam: false diagnoses and unnecessary chemotherapy
Cancer scam: false diagnoses and unnecessary chemotherapy

Hundreds of billions of dollars a year are spent on chemotherapy treatments that harm the patient's health and cause a side effect called "brain chemistry." Two years ago, experts commissioned by the National Cancer Institute also publicly admitted that tens of millions of "cancers" were not at all.

Tens of millions of people who, thanks to unscrupulous oncologists, were diagnosed with cancer and who were frightened by medically unjustified, but extremely beneficial chemotherapy, have never had a life-threatening condition, which means there was no need to take such measures, scientists confirmed.

The word "cancer" often brings up a series of inexorable, deadly processes in the mind's eye, but cancer is a heterogeneous phenomenon and can develop in various ways, not all of which are associated with the progression of metastases and death, but may consist in a sluggish disease that does no harm throughout the patient's life.

Many neoplasms in the human body are diagnosed with the terrifying term "cancer", even though they will not lead to any real damage in the body, even if they are not treated.

The cancer industry receives hundreds of billions of dollars a year to treat patients who have never had real cancer

Oncologists and the cancer industry (especially breast cancer) take advantage of systematic false diagnoses of cancer, intimidating patients into agreeing to unnecessary procedures that help raise $ 100 billion a year in chemotherapy funds for the treatment of so-called "cancer".

“Physicians, patients and the general public should be aware that overdiagnosis is quite common and occurs most often when cancer is detected,” reads one of the scientific articles.

In 2002, a medical journal editor questioned the effectiveness of mammography in young women. "This topic requires careful monitoring," he sums up, "because women make decisions about the diagnosis of breast cancer, and our task is to provide them with the most reliable information." However, it should not be forgotten that "mammographic screening can lead to overdiagnosis of breast cancer, that is, the detection of a tumor that would not have been detected in a clinical setting throughout the patient's life."

The cancer industry is kept afloat by scientific quackery and low-level fear-based recruitment tactics

All this confirms what has already been said many times earlier: the cancer industry uses intimidation tactics that smack of "medical terrorism" - frightened women and men are convinced of the need for something unnecessary for them, but very profitable for "agitators" - we are talking about " cancer treatment”that will not benefit anyone other than charlatan oncologists.

This message has led to a number of major revelations in the field of diagnosing various types of cancer.

Breast cancer, for example, is sometimes not a dangerous disease at all, but a benign condition such as ductal cancer (DCIS). Despite this, millions of women with PCIS are mistakenly diagnosed with breast cancer, forcing further treatment for a condition that would probably never cause them any health problems.Men with high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (IDU), a precursor to cancer that are usually treated in the same way as real cancer, are in a similar situation.

The practice of oncology needs serious changes and a proactive fight against the problem of overdiagnosis and over-treatment of cancer. In particular, precancerous conditions such as PCIS and high-grade IDUs should no longer be termed “cancer”.

Bill Sardi, author of You Don’t Have to Be Afraid of Cancer Anymore, also adds:

“Overdiagnosis refers to the detection of cancer by screening (mammography, PSA tests) and it is unlikely to become obvious to the doctor or give itself away with symptoms before the patient dies for some other reason. Cancer is widespread enough that most patients will die with this diagnosis, but not from cancer. Treatment and invasive or toxic screening methods (X-rays, mammography, needle biopsy) for tumors that may never progress, cause no symptoms, and do not pose a threat of death will constitute overdiagnosis and unnecessary treatment.”

Gradually, the truth about cancer is coming to the surface, so the quackery of the cancer industry awaits further exposure.

There is good news in all this: if you have just been diagnosed with cancer, then there is a possibility that you too have become a victim of medical quackery and in fact nothing threatens your life.

The first and most important point in any cancer diagnosis is a skeptic oncologist trying to inform, not intimidate you. Do not fall for the tricks of charlatans and do not rush to agree to toxic chemotherapy. To get started, collect all the information you can, find out the opinions of other doctors and alternative treatment options (lifestyle changes, etc.) that will help prevent the development of cancer or get rid of it.

You can also take an online cancer threat test online, watch a documentary video, and try to learn little-known secrets about cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Think about it: even scientists at the National Cancer Institute have publicly admitted the fact that many diagnoses are false and in fact, far from cancer. But quack doctors continue to "diagnose" cancer because the more patients they have, the higher the income. They are not interested in a truthful diagnosis and will do their best to intimidate you and convince you of the need for completely unnecessary chemotherapy.

More money is spent on cancer treatment today than on any other disease

If you have been diagnosed with cancer, and you completely trust the medical system with your further treatment, then you can safely say goodbye to your money. Even if you have insurance, you will most likely still spend every penny. Either survive and be left with an empty pocket, or die, but still with an empty pocket.

Here is how one of the women described her experience with chemotherapy:

“A highly toxic liquid was injected into my veins. The nurse who performed this procedure wore protective gloves because the substance would burn if even a tiny drop of it got on the skin. I could not help but ask myself, what is happening to me inside, if such precautions are required for protection outside? " For the next two and a half days after this procedure, I vomited. Throughout the treatment, I lost my hair by handfuls, I lost my appetite, normal skin color and interest in life. I turned into a walking dead man."

Death business in the USA

Accidents used to be the main cause of childhood deaths in America; now it is cancer. Cancer is the leading cause of child mortality in the United States - 13,500 new diagnoses are registered annually by the American Cancer Institute.Each of 300 boys and 333 girls under the age of 20 each develop cancer, according to the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Over the past 100 years, the incidence of cancer has increased in all age groups. Data from the US Public Health Service show that if in 1900 the number of cancer deaths was 64 per 100,000 people, then in 2005 this number almost tripled, reaching 188.7 people for every 100,000 people.

The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC) notes that cancer is big business in this country: “Winning the war on cancer means eliminating cancer. However, cancer is a multibillion dollar business. Isn't killing cancer bad for business? It is a pharmaceutical and mammography business. These industries have complex connections with American policymakers who are channeling research funds to provide them with cancer treatment and diagnostics profits.”

What is causing the rise in cancer, especially in children? Two main factors can do this - chemicals and electromagnetic radiation.

A huge 70-90% of any American grocery store is overflowing with processed foods with chemical additives and preservatives, many of which are genetically modified, and most American food is contaminated with pesticides.

Another potential factor is the continuous immersion of growing organisms of children in electromagnetic radiation. Brain tumors are also more commonly diagnosed in developed Western countries. Everything from cell phones to cell towers installed everywhere, from consumer electronics to computers … even cars emit electromagnetic waves. Many of these technologies have never been tested for potential harmful effects. The study found that electromagnetic radiation has a negative effect on tissues and cells, and non-ionizing radiation is recognized as a carcinogen or potential carcinogen. Based on these risks, Belgium recently banned cell phones specially designed for children under 7.

Based on this information, recommendations are made to limit child contact with cell phones, wireless devices, including wireless headphones and microphones.

In the pediatric article “Cell Phones and Children. Taking precautions "Suzanne Rosenberg writes:" As long as the government considers radio emission to be safe, there is no research on the issue."

Cancer incidence has risen to epidemiological levels. And, if now estimates show that every second adult gets cancer during his life, then what chances of getting cancer will children face in the future, if childhood cancer is already the number one killer in America? Forget the problem of treatment, we must pay attention to the cause.

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