Posted: Oct 24, 2016 9:40 pm
by Vermeulen J.
Macdoc wrote:What a crock of bullshit. Before you dish out such hogwash ask yourself how you'd feel if someone delayed their treatment say Steve Jobs did following your type crackpot advice and turned a treatable disease to a death sentence.

I'd be dead now without chemo. It was diagnosed, excised, treated with the entire spectrum of chemo, spinal chemo and radiation.
I am cancer free 7 years later and as the onco cracked ...I might see you back for another type of cancer but it won't be this one.

Look yourself in the mirror an ask yourself if pedding this nonsense is worth a life. :nono:

The study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology in December 2004 called “The Contribution of Cytotoxic Chemotherapy to 5-year Survival in Adult Malignancies” concluded that "The overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3% in Australia and 2.1% in the USA."

What's hard to understand about this? If chemotherapy only contributes around 2% to 5-year survival in adults, what are you raving about then?! Also, what's hard to understand about "for every 100 nonpalpable cancers found through mammography alone, 54 would presumably have gone away (174 / 324 × 100 = 54%)."

Oncologists either don't know about these (and similar) studies or chose to ignore them in order to not undermine their (false) medical dogma's: "cancer very rarely goes away by itself" (1/50.000 - 1/100.000) and "chemotherapy is powerful medicine" (it's strong poison and the devastating effects it has on the body demonstrates just that). 'Modern medicine' doesn't understand much of the placebo/nocebo effect, otherwise they would be more careful not to sabotage the placebo effect and stimulate/trigger the nocebo effect as they're doing now (there's a saying that if you live through cancer, you did it in spite of chemotherapy, not because of it and the placebo/nocebo effect, together with the theory of 'German New Medicine', offer a good explanation for this).

Educating oneself in this matter could and should take away a great deal of the fear induced by the medical establishment, although I realize that this is not an easy feat due to the long term conditioning we all have to go through, starting already from early childhood.

And yes, I can look myself in the eyes with a clear conscience because I'm not trying to persuade anybody to 'do nothing' (or go on a diet, or something else) when they're diagnosed with any kind of disease, but to question 'modern medicine' who, after all, admits to know close to nothing about the cause for most diseases (cancer being no exception), yet declares itself as the sole expert on this subject... I try to stimulate people to educate themselves about the implications of the placebo/nocebo effect and the theory of 'German New Medicine' as to be prepared for when they, sooner or later, get caught in the mazes of the medical industry... If one doesn't understand that I'm trying to help here, then, by all means put your faith simply in the hands of the official medicine.