«But when it comes to taking money from people by making false claims, no one does it better than conventional mainstream medicine. “A cure is just around the corner!” has been the standard public relations pitch used to pump money into the cancer industry. And it was as familiar to your parents as it is to you.
“We can look forward to something like a penicillin for cancer, and I hope within the next decade.”—Cornelius Rhoads, Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 1953
“There is, for the first time, a scent of victory in the air.”—Reader’s Digest article on chemotherapy, 1957
“We are so close to a cure for cancer. We lack only the will and the kind of money… that went into putting a man on the moon.”—American Cancer Society, full page ad in New York Times, 1969
“…with a billion dollars for ten years we could lick cancer.”—Testimony to Congress from the Director of the M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute, 1969
“The next few years will see the emergence of an arsenal of new drugs…“—Lucien Israel Conquering Cancer, 1978
“Cancer deaths can be cut in half by the year 2000.”—Peter Greenwald, M.D., The National Cancer Institute, 1989
“We are going to lick cancer by 2015.”—Congressman Benjamin Cardin, 2006
The medical community has been working on a cure for well over a hundred years. The war on cancer was simply a massive infusion of funds which ended up creating a bloated and ineffective medical bureaucracy. Some of those involved in the war saw this from the very beginning.
“The American public is being sold a nasty bill of goods.”—Dr. James Watson, Nobel Prize Winner. While serving on the National Cancer Advisory Board, 1975
“It’s a buch of sh**“—Dr. James Watson, when asked about the National Cancer Program, 1975
Fourteen years after the war began, a landmark study [The Treatment of Diseases and the War against Cancer, 1985] showed that chemotherapy, the main weapon in the war, was somewhat effective for only 2-3% of all cancer patients, primarily those with the rarest kinds of cancer [Hodgkin’s disease, acute lymphocytic leukemia, testicular cancer, choriocarcinoma]. And things have not changed since then.
“…some 35 years of intensive effort focused on improving treatment must be judged as qualified failure.”—John C. Mailar, M.D., The New England Journal of Medicine, 1986
“For most of today’s common solid cancers, the ones that cause 90% of the cancer deaths each year, chemotherapy has never proven to do any good at all.”—Urich Abel, M.D., University of Heidelberg, 1990
“Overall death rates from many common cancers remain stubbornly unchanged —or even higher— than when the war began.”—E. Marshall, M.D., Science, 1991
“Evidence has steadily accrued that [cancer therapy] is essentially a failure.”—N.J. Temple, M.D., Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1991
“We have given it our best effort for decades; billions of dollars of support, the best scientific talent available. It hasn’t paid off.”—John C. Bailar, M.D., Harvard University, 1997
“…the percentage of Americans dying from cancer is about the same [now] as in 1970… and [even] in 1950…“—Fortune Magazine, 2004
“…long term survival for advanced cancer has barely budged since the 1970’s.”—Fortune Magazine 2004
“Survival gains for the more common forms of cancer are measured in additional months of life, not years…“—Fortune Magazine, 2004
“Surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy… seldom produce a cure.”—American Cancer Society, Cancer Facts & Figures, 2007»
«Don’t you think it’s strange that someone has cancer only when a tumor makes an appearance? And yet that same cancer has been growing in your body for decades? The average person gets cancer cells in their bodies every single day of their lives. And cancer cells are circulating throughout your body at all times.
In other words, we live with cancer. And the only system capable of both detecting and destroying those cancer cells is your Immune System. If your Immune System is impaired and a single cancer cell escapes detection it will setup shop and start multiplying [90 days-2 cells, 1 year-16 cells, 2 years-256 cells… 8 years 4,294,967,296 cells].
Most cancer will be detected when there are 4 to 10 billion cancer cells in your body. Instead of Early Detection, mammography and similar techniques should be called Late Detection.
On average, the tumor’s already 10 years old, and is almost always spread to other parts of the body [Journal of Surg Onc, 1997 Aug 65 (4) 284-97]. When a tumor is detected, hospital’s staff try to pressure the frightened patients into immediate treatment, despite the fact that the tumor has been with the patient for years, sometimes decades. And with only a few exceptions, the tumor is neither health endangering or is it life threatening.»
«”…an estimated 4,000 to 9,000 women died not from their cancer, but from the treatment.”—Discovery Magazine expose on bone marrow transplant surgery»
«Here are a few of the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy treatments:
Abnormal ECGs, Abdominal cramps, Anemia, Anorexia, Arterial damage, Arthralgia, Bleeding sores, Bleeding ulcers, Blood clotting, Bone marrow suppression, Bone marrow destruction/failure, Brain shrinkage, Cancers (secondary), Cancer cachexia, Chemo brain, Chromosomal lesions, Chronic radiation enteritis, Chronic radiation proctitis, Constipation, Cumulative toxicity, Cystitis, Deafness, Decreased white cell count, Dehydration (sever), Destroys lining of intestines, Destroys mucous membranes, Destroys skin, Diarrhea (severe), Difficulty absorbing food, Dizziness, Endometriosis, Flu symptoms, Gastrointestinal bleeding, Hair loss, Hardening of veins, Heart attack, Heart damage, Hemotologic problems, Hypersensitivity reactions, Hypertension, Immune system damage, Impaired concentration, Impaired eyesight, Impaired hearing, Impaired language skills, Impaired memory, Impaired thinking, Impotence, Increased infections, Joint pain, Kidney damage, Leukopenia, Liver fibrosis, Liver lesions, Loss of appetite, Loss of libido, Loss of nerve function, Loss of taste, Lung damage, Lymphedema, Malnutrition, Miscarriage, Myalgia, Nail thinning, Nausea, Necrosis, Neurological damage, Neuropathy, Neutropenia, Nerce damage, Neuropathy, Numbness, Oral ulcers, Organ damage, Permanent disabilities, Psychological distress, Radiation burns, Radiation poisoning, Renal dysfunction, Reproductive abnormalities, Sexual dysfunctions, Skin damage, Soreness of gums and throat, Sterility, Stroke, Sudden menopause, Suicide, Ulceration, Urinary bleeding, Vascular damage, Vomiting (severe), Weakness, Weight loss.