Oncologists do not help people with their cancer diagnosis stress, they ‘are trained’ to increase it
Radiation therapy and chemotherapy are highly toxic treatments aimed at killing cancer cells. The problem is these therapies create cancer stem cells and that means instead of treating cancer, they are causing cancer.
This is a long story that is going to have a short ending because the gig is up for orthodox oncology. They have reached the point of no return and should all retire before they are thrown in jail for deliberately provoking more cancer in their patients.
Fox News and many others have published the news about this undesirable effect of helping to create cancer stem cells—cells researchers say are particularly adept at generating new tumors and are especially resistant to treatment. The medical media is saying that this might help explain why late-stage cancers are often resistant to both radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
We know that cancer stem cells give rise to new tumors. These stem cells are ultimately responsible for the recurrence of cancer or the dangerous spreading of it throughout the body.
Scientists also have found that cancer stem cells are more likely than other cancer cells to survive chemotherapies and radiation therapies, probably because their “stemness” allows them to self-replenish by repairing their damaged DNA and removing toxins.
“Radiotherapy has been a standard treatment for cancer for so long, so we were quite surprised that it could induce stemness,” said study researcher Dr. Chiang Li, of Harvard Medical School in Boston.
An amazing statement considering these doctors have all along been playing around with super-toxic chemotherapy poisons and radioactive death-inducing rays—and now they are surprised that this is the mechanism of death?
Oncologists & Stress
The CDC says that, “Intensive and prolonged stress can lead to a variety of short- and long-term negative health effects. It can disrupt early brain development and compromise functioning of the nervous and immune systems.
In addition, childhood stress can lead to health problems later in life including alcoholism, depression, eating disorders, heart disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases.”
Oncologists do not help people with their stress—they are trained to increase it!
Most cancer patients, feeling burdened by poor self-images, unresolved conflict and worries, or past emotional conflict/trauma that still lingers in the subconscious mind and cellular memories, are extremely vulnerable to domineering oncologists who think they know all about cancer and how to treat it.
Cancer usually occurs when there is a strong undercurrent of emotional uneasiness and deep-seated frustration. It helps tremendously to confront and address these issues but that is not at all what present-day oncology is about. Orthodox oncologists will only cause more trauma, conflict and worry, and that will not help people recover from cancer.
The Best-Trained Doctors
The best-trained doctors in the country, from schools like Harvard Medical or any other, are ill-trained to deal with today’s medical realities. They are, in fact, hopelessly lost without their pharmaceutical medicines, each of which delivers a toxic wallop to the body.
They were trained to be chemical witchdoctors and to “practice medicine” solely based on prescribing harmful drugs that ultimately undermine one’s health.
They were totally brainwashed in medical school and throughout their internships and residencies at hospitals and they remain oblivious to the harm they cause. Some say we should have compassion for them because they have no choice but to “toe the line” if they want to keep their jobs.
Doctors are not going to like it one bit when people start understanding how obsolete they are. If they are humble and have the courage to change and start practicing a new form of medicine, they can continue to serve their patients and their oaths to not hurt people.
Every direction we turn in medicine we see the same tale. Breast cancer survivors of chemotherapy, for example, are facing increased risk of heart disease—so much so that at least some doctors are debating if it’s time to abandon chemotherapy as a mainstay in breast cancer treatment.
Drugs called anthracyclines are a breast chemo staple despite the well-known risks: They weaken women’s hearts. “In the process of curing their breast cancer, we’ve exposed them to some pretty nasty things. And it’s not just one nasty thing, it’s a sequence of nasty things,” explains Dr. Pamela Douglas, a Duke University cardiologist.
Nasty is the perfect word for oncologists and what they do. They were trained to be nasty right down to their genes so even though they might be physically healthy, they have cancer of the heart and conscience as they have no empathy or compassion for anything other than their own nasty medical view.
They are insecure and that is why they have needed to have the law on their side. In the UK people are bound legally by The Cancer Act of 1939, which says that we can’t make any claims about cancer treatment outside of the normal allopathic approach. That smacks and smells like a terrorist act to me.
It’s normally the job of the physician to explain to patients what they need and what will happen if they follow their recommendations and what will happen if they don’t. They lie to themselves about the alternatives so they really do not know or understand any other kind of treatment but their own.
It’s almost impossible to find doctors who are not heavily biased and today’s cancer industry is a battlefield between alternative methods and failed mainstream oncology.
Ask an oncologist this most important question: What sense is there in saving my life if you are going to also destroy it? Beware and take care, for once you open the door and walk down the orthodox oncology aisle, there is no getting away from treatments without being treated as a criminal.
God forbid you try to take your kids out of their reach for they will call social services and have you separated from your kids by the SWAT team. Oncologists’ attitudes will normally seem polite until you try to question or challenge their treatment protocols and then they think nothing of legally stripping you of your rights.
Studies show that as many as two-thirds of cancer patients who use unproven remedies do not tell their doctors, knowing the bitter conflict and scathing medical disapproval they will receive.
“They almost always wear suits and ties, sport enough degrees after their names to choke an elephant and speak in serious and seemingly knowledgeable tones about science and health.
And they can kill you just as dead as any trigger-happy terrorist hefting an AK-47,” writes attorney Scott C. Tips. Instead of being honest and open, many oncologists are impossible to communicate with and this arrogance makes it very difficult to think straight and decide on reasonable treatment.
Sadly, we are the most conditioned, programmed beings the world has ever known and we believe just about anything fed to us through the media, especially in the area of medicine. There are people who know this and pray upon our vulnerabilities.
Our thoughts and attitudes have been shaped through many years of continuous propaganda, molded by people who do not care for anything but money and power and their own stupid ideas about medicine.
The public’s perceptions of health and medicine have been implanted in the public consciousness by thousands of media clips every year. But obviously if one pays attention one can see in these same media clips (seen above) that orthodox oncology—with both its dangerous diagnostics and treatment strategies—is a really bad idea.
Since the first bible was printed on the first press special interests (the rich) have had their distorting fingers in almost everything of import printed and the race of man continues to remain ignorant of this.
Once again I say that I reserve especially potent venom for the oncologists and what they do on behalf of their pharmaceutical overlords. Fortunately the sun is setting on their arrogance and we can be thankful that they will not be in humanity’s future unless they seriously change their tune.
Perhaps I should hold out some hope that there are good oncologists who will cling to the truth about what they are and are not doing, like God’s prophet did while trying to find ten good souls in the twin cities of evil of old, but he could not even find one.
Before modern orthodox oncology bites the dust it would be reassuring for at least one oncologist to break ranks and look at the truth.
Two hundred billion dollars has been spent on losing the war on cancer. That’s the score! But there is a cure for cancer though it does not grow out of single medicinals or pharmaceuticals—it comes from following a well-thought-out protocol that takes every aspect of cancer and its multiple causes into account.
Doctors rarely talk about “curing” cancer. Instead, the success of treatment is judged on whether a patient is alive five, 10 and 15 years after diagnosis. It is amazing, after all the slash, burning and cutting that oncologists do that survival rates are actually up a little.
For instance at the turn of the decade the statistics for England and Wales show that the five-year survival rate for all cancers in men is 31 per cent, while for women the survival rate is 43 per cent. The figures are similar for Scotland. Today though still dismal, they are somewhat better.