“Why I Would Never Use Chemo for Cancer”

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An interesting blog post about the use of chemo for cancer.

Here’s an excerpt:

“#1 The oncologists don’t use chemo

Did you know that the Journal of American Medical Association reported that in 2001 the average oncologist made a 75% or 253, 000 dollars profit on chemotherapy drugs administered in his office? It is interesting to note that according to Los Angeles Times and the McGill Cancer Center in Montreal, a survey of oncologists showed that 75% to 91% of the oncologists would not use chemotherapy as a treatment for their families or themselves. They said  chemotherapy is not effective and it is too toxic. At the same time 75% of cancer patients are told to take chemo by their oncologists. (Natural News)

So I’m supposed to use chemo if I’m diagnosed with cancer while most oncologists don’t? Hm, I don’t think so.

Cancer is at least a 100 billion industry and the chemotherapy part of it was 8,5 billion dollars back in 1995. That’s a lot of money to lose if they would confirm a cure for cancer.”

One thought on ““Why I Would Never Use Chemo for Cancer”

  1. I’ve never heard that statistic! We go to an anthroposopical doctor who treats cancer with high dose vitamin C, amongst other things. Vitamin C is definitely not add lucrative as chemo, clearly. :/

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