posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 10:06 PM
Thanks for sharing your story. I have seen a few perish from cancer as well, or should I say, they died horrible deaths from the treatment.
Chemotherapy and radiation destroy good cells as well as bad cells. It is well known that it destroys vital organs. The last person I knew who died
while having cancer actually died from kidney failure from the chemo. At least, that's what it says on her death certificate. The colon cancer
wasn't listed as even a secondary cause.
My husband's cousin was just diagnosed with leukemia and they plan to keep him in the hospital for a month to irradiate his bone marrow, to kill it,
and then decide whether or not a bone marrow transplant is needed. He has crappy insurance so he is going heavily into debt in order to pay the
million or so dollars this is going to cost, including mortgaging property and selling his farm equipment. After all this trouble, they only give his
survival rate for the next year as 50/50, at best.
Most oncologists sell the chemo drugs and make a killing off it, pun fully intended. Of course they're going to push it. Somebody explain to me how
radiation, a known killer, is somehow beneficial when a doctor administers it. Cancer treatments are still barbaric and behind the times.
Yeah, I know, some people swear by it, saying it saved their life. Yes, but for how long? And what did it destroy in the mean time? Remember
Kennedy's daughter, who died last year from heart failure as she was leaving the gym. They said her heart muscle had been destroyed by the chemo for
her brain tumor. The chemo bought her a little time at great cost, not a cure.
My husband and I have talked about it, and said that if either of us is diagnosed with cancer, we will not bankrupt the family with treatments that,
at best, give you a few more painful years of life before the inevitable happens. We will try and fight it with natural means, and if we die, we die
honorably and not heavily in debt.