"There is a lot of harm in not having patients understand the finality of the disease," said Dr. Hossein Borghaei, an oncologist from the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, who was not involved in the research. "[Chemotherapy drugs] are very powerful, they have a lot of side effects, the chemotherapy is going to harm you more than it helps you, and it can actually shorten your life. All of this should be taken into account."
Dr. Borghaei's statements are chilling because they affirm what we have been saying here at Natural News for quite some time -- that chemotherapy is nothing but a sham "treatment" that puts cancer patients through needless pain and suffering while making the cancer industry rich.
And perhaps the most disturbing part about this now-normalized form of medical quackery is that oncologists typically fail to disclose to their patients the fact that chemotherapy does not even cure cancer, which gives them false hope.
Chemotherapy causes more cancer, decreases patients' chances of survival
Another important tidbit of reality that is often left out of the discussions between oncologists and their patients is that patients who somehow survive their cancers following chemotherapy poisoning do so in spite of the treatment, and not because of it.
Poisoning the body with chemicals via chemotherapy only ends up destroying the immune system and causing the bodily organs to shut down, which obviously shortens lifespan rather than lengthening it.
Back in August, it was revealed that chemotherapy actually fuels the growth of cancer cells, contradicting many decades' worth of medical misinformation that continues to claim chemotherapy targets cancer cells for destruction.
Any chance the body would otherwise have at recovery, in other words, is all but eliminated as a result of chemotherapy, as the treatment literally destroys the body's own innate, cancer-targeting immune factors.
"[T]raditional (cancer) therapies like surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation do not destroy the small number of cells driving the cancer's growth," said the University of Michigan (UM)'s Comprehensive Cancer Center recently, following the release of several other studies showing that conventionally-accepted cancer treatments are a complete failure. "Instead of trying to kill all the cells in a tumor with chemotherapy or radiation, we believe it would be more effective to use treatments targeted directly at ... cancer stem cells."
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