posted on Jan, 22 2008 @ 12:26 PM
Hi, I just joined because of this thread. In 1993, my mom was diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer that had metastasized throughout her lymph
system. She was given a prognosis of 3 weeks. She was only 26. By the Grace of God, she lived until last May - 15 years more!
Before she died, the doctors had given up on her. No one would treat her or even listen to us. So I did my own research and I'll share some of what
I found and believe in a moment.
First, RE: this part of the original post: "The American Cancer Society is unlikely to remind its contributors that treatment for one form of cancer
can cause the formation of another "different" cancer. For instance, after chemotherapy about three percent of Hodgkin's disease patients go on to
develop Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, or leukemia. Officially, the reason for these "second cancers" is unknown!"
I won't disagree with your theories in the majority of your post, but I have to tell you that this part is a major, major fallacy! Officially the
reason for second cancers is unknown? When you're given chemo, you have to sign all kinds of forms saying you acknowledge the risks you're taking,
and some of the risks include things like Leukemia! They *know* chemo and radiation cause cancer, they admit it freely and they warn you about it.
It's just that basically, you're told that there are only two ways. You have cancer, and you either a.) Die of it now, or b.) Give yourself a few
more years and die of it later.
Although that part of the initial post was completely wrong, I'll say that I think it's unquestionably *intentional* that cancer treatments cause
cancer. It would be bad for business if people got cancer and just cured it, never having to go back for more of these expensive treatments. It's a
way of ensuring repeat customers.
So, what I know about cancer. What's the saying? An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? Less than 6% of doctors get adequate nutritional
training. Most have 1 lecture max. VETS get more! Medicine's a BUSINESS like any other. They're taught to give medicine for everything. Then the
medications cause other ailments that cause you to need more medications! It's a convenient cycle. I talked to many lab researchers who told me that
cancer can't grow without animal proteins. My own research has confirmed this, and I've since gone vegan. Doctors won't tell you this because they
simply don't know.
Also, B17. Just as scurvy can be cured with Vitamin C and jaundice with Vitamin K, a lot of scientists are saying that cancer is a disease stemming
from deficiency. And I find it very interesting that the FDA has banned many places from even selling Apricot seeds, and that they've made it illegal
altogether to sell them along with information about them. You have to choose, the seeds or the information. It's sick. Because of that, there
obviously must be something to it. And, again, if it were as easy as eating some friggin' seeds, where would all the oncologists be? All the money
that goes to chemo?
I've also wondered if it's some kind of ploy to get rid of what the government thinks of as leeches on society. I mean, we know there have been
military experiments done in poverty stricken cities -- and also, in my own city, in the poor areas, they started giving us a different kind of tap
water before they gave it to the rest of the city. We were guinea pigs. I'd explain more, but I don't want to give away too much information about
my previous area. The kind of chemo my mom was given was tested on the people who couldn't afford anything else. It saved her life, but the poor
people are who get tested on.
In response to the general idea of the thread, I've wondered if it's contagious before because MANY of my mom's chemo nurses had cancer. A nurse
of my mom's and her daughter died from it, the head nurse for my mom's oncologist was about to die of cancer and tons of others ended up getting it.
Could be why it's inherited. I catch family colds too!