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Chemo and Radiation Actually Make Cancer More Malignant
08-01-2012, 10:35 PM #1
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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Quote:Radiotherapy has been shown to increase the survival and self-renewing capacity of these breast cancer initiating cells by up to 30-fold, which means that while a radiation treatment may initially regress a tumor's volume/mass, it may actually be selecting out the more radiation-resistant and aggressive subpopulation of tumor cells which ultimately lead to higher malignancy. This promotion of self-initiating cancer cells is also true for chemotherapy, of course.


This is exactly what has happened to my b-i-l gaah.gif tissueguy.gif the cancer in his lungs has stalled but malignant cells have moved into his shoulders, neck and towards his brain. So what are they doing? Giving him more chemotherapy. Once you get cancer, you're just a vehicle for industry profits.
08-01-2012, 11:01 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:31,870 Threads:1,453 Joined:Feb 2011
Riding the on the Chemo gravy train only works if you're on the giving end. There are plenty of alternative and very successful treatments without Chemo. I just cant fathom the mindset that would not educate themselves to make an informed decision when it comes to life and death.

08-01-2012, 11:07 PM #3
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:43,703 Threads:1,499 Joined:Feb 2011
That's just so freakin sad and frustrating Shadow sad2.gif

Quote: Once you get cancer, you're just a vehicle for industry profits.

That's just the cold and cruel truth.

Also let us not forget about the mammograms that also provides radiation while screening for tumors. gaah.gif

Quote:The European Cancer Observatory (2011) recommends mammography every 2 - 3 years between 50 and 69.[2] These task force reports point out that in addition to unnecessary surgery and anxiety, the risks of more frequent mammograms include a small but significant increase in breast cancer induced by radiation.


08-01-2012, 11:34 PM #4
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
Posts:12,775 Threads:1,181 Joined:Feb 2011
Breast Cancer Rates Soar after Mammograms

(NaturalNews) A report just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association's Archives of Internal Medicine (Arch Intern Med. 2008;168[21]:2302-2303) reaches a startling conclusion. Breast cancer rates increased significantly in four Norwegian counties after women there began getting mammograms every two years. In fact, according to background information in the study, the start of screening mammography programs throughout Europe has been associated with increased incidence of breast cancer.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/024901.html#ixzz22KRAHJM5

If the gov (aka industry) is for it, I'm agin it. lol.gif
08-01-2012, 11:38 PM #5
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:43,703 Threads:1,499 Joined:Feb 2011
It's a damned good reason to be suspicious at least. chuckle.gif
08-02-2012, 12:22 AM #6
yankees skier
Posts:5,889 Threads:215 Joined:Feb 2011
Cancer treatments are big business. That's why cures will never hit the market.

08-03-2012, 02:04 PM #7
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:43,703 Threads:1,499 Joined:Feb 2011
Women 'duped over benefits of breast cancer screening': Charity deserves an Oscar say scientists

-Experts say cancer charity was overselling benefits of X-ray checks

- Misleading stats are persuading women to undergo mammography without knowing full facts, claim U.S. duo

- They say advertising campaign failed to acknowledge that survival rates are distorted by the process of screening


Quote:The actual benefit is small, they claim. Mammography results in a reduction in the chance that a woman in her 50s will die from breast cancer over the next ten years from 0.53 per cent to 0.46 per cent, a difference of 0.07 percentage points, they said.

In addition, harms are overlooked including false alarms requiring a biopsy and overdiagnosis – where women are treated for cancers that would have never have produced symptoms.

The US critics claim: 'For every life saved by mammography, around two in ten women are overdiagnosed. Women who are overdiagnosed cannot benefit from unnecessary chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.'



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