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Cancer Detection and Treatment Leads To The Spread of The Disease Itself

Published on October 29, 2015 by   ·   2 Comments

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Cancer is a deadly disease, but it is also a wonderful revenue generation tool for multi-national conglomerates. Not only pharmaceutical companies, but hospitals, oncologists, cancer specialists, diagnostic facilities, and many other distinct entities that comprise a 125 billion dollar cancer industry. Cancer awareness propaganda and detection revolves around funneling patients through various levels of diagnoses and treatment to maximize profits at the expense of human health.

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Cancer is disease of convenience, especially for those who wish to tell us they want a cure. They don’t. Why would they? Why would an industry that generates 125 billion dollars suddenly want that to go away. The medical establishment has retreated from the truth. What began as an investigation into the root causes of a complex set of idiopathic diseases quickly degenerated into a single-minded focus…money.

Money is really the only reason chemotherapy is still used today. Not because it’s effective, decreases morbidity, mortality or diminishes any specific cancer rates. In fact, it does the opposite. Chemotherapy boosts cancer growth and long-term mortality rates. Most chemotherapy patients either die or are plagued with illness within 10-15 years after treatment. It destroys their immune system, increases neuro-cognitive decline, disrupts endocrine functioning and causes organ and metabolic toxicities. Patients basically live in a permanent state of disease until their death.

Screening for cancer is “disease mongering” at its worst. By casting a large net with early detection schemes, people are roped into laboratory tests, imaging, doctors’ office visits, biopsies, surgeries, radiation treatments, pharmaceuticals, chemotherapies, and hospitalizations. Disease mongering turns people into patients, and few will benefit.

Early Cancer Detection Is A Complete Lie

“Early detection” is a misnomer. At the time of diagnosis, a solid tumor developing in the breast, colon, lung, or prostate has grown to one centimeter (1/2 inch) in size and contains 1 billion cells. The average time for this growth to reach a detectable size is 10 years. Cancer destined to spread to other vital organs has already done so. Fortunately, most tumors found during screening are destined to be non-troublesome and are likely to continue on their non-lethal (benign) course.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Renee Clark Renee Clark says:

    Lacy Storar, we never know???? Truth of fiction???




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