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There’s a revolution occurring in cancer treatment, and it could mean the end of chemotherapy as we know it now, as a brutal crushing treatment that hurts more than it helps.
Chemotherapy and radiation, as presently practiced, attacks bot...h cancer cells and healthy cells, which is why chemotherapy and radiation are terrible to endure. The essence of chemotherapy is to use chemicals strong enough to kill cancer cells. This is a good idea as long as the chemo agents do not harm the host meaning they do not harm us.
Oncologists have it wrong in their choice of rays for radiation therapy and chemicals chosen for chemotherapy. They picked the heavy killing nuclear type of radiation that causes cancer as opposed to the intense life generating kind of radiation (near and far infrared and Bioresonance frequencies) that offers healing. Their choice of chemicals that destroy life and health instead of ones that bring immune strength and healing will brand the present generations of oncologists for all time.
Why didn’t they choose medicinals and the type of radiation that targets the enemy cancer cells while leaving our healthy cells alone? Why not since it is very possible to strengthen the immune system with the right natural chemo and radiation if one chooses the right medicinals and the right kind of radiation? There are plenty of substances that scientists have studied which shrink tumors reducing a person’s chances of dying from cancer and most of them actually are not toxic like the mustard gas derived chemotherapy, which still sets the standard for barbarism in the field of oncology.
The New York Times writes, “When it comes to taming tumors, the strategy has always been fairly straightforward. Remove the offending and abnormal growth by any means, in the most effective way possible. And the standard treatments used today reflect this single-minded approach — surgery physically cuts out malignant lesions, chemotherapy agents dissolve them from within, and radiation seeks and destroys abnormally dividing cells.”
The New York Times, not always known for the best medical information, believes that such methods work but concedes that, “these interventions can be just as brutal on the patient as they are on a tumor.” The entire field of oncology is vulnerable to attack not only because of the brutality of its treatments but also because new and better options are coming to the surface. The main point, besides the cruel wrongness of present approaches, is that IT DOES NOT WORK.Meer weergeven