Chemotherapy Fraud – tumors grow faster after chemo!

Article posted in NaturalNews.com,  written by Jonathan Benson, staff writer January 24 2013  Link to the original article here. (NaturalNews) A team of researchers from Washington state had a giant “Oops!” moment recently when it accidentally uncovered the deadly truth about chemotherapy while investigating why prostate cancer cells are so difficult to … Continue reading

Cancer industry total fraud exposed: Nearly all ‘scientific’ studies fail to be replicated

Recent article from NaturalNews.com By, by Jonathan Benson, staff writer – Link here for original post.  (NaturalNews) The vast majority of so-called scientific studies focused on cancer research are inaccurate and potentially fraudulent, suggests a new review published in the journal Nature. A shocking 88 percent of 53 “landmark” studies on cancer … Continue reading

The (evil) cancer industry exposed by medical doctors

Original article posted by Jonathan Landsman, NaturalNews.com Link here to read original. (NaturalNews) The World Health Organization has admitted that “Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide”. For nearly 40 years, the United States has spent over $200 billion “trying” to find a cure – with no success. But, most doctors … Continue reading

Why haven’t science and the universities solved the cancer problem?

by Fred Wittig Pharma has influences and power everywhere.  Clearly man has made a business out of health care at the expense of the patient, the economy, and the morals of the workers in the medical industry. If mammograms may cause cancer, why do doctors recommend them? If biopsy’s may spread cancer, … Continue reading

Can You Trust Chemotherapy to Cure Your Cancer?

by Andreas Moritz (NaturalNews) Former White House press secretary Tony Snow died in July 2008 at the age of 53, following a series of chemotherapy treatments for colon cancer. In 2005, Snow had his colon removed and underwent six months of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with colon cancer. Two years … Continue reading

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