Chemotherapy is a chemical carpet-bombing used in conventional medicine that poisons the entire body. The theory is that because the tumor shrinks during chemo, the survival rate should increase. Statistics is not clear: there is no scientific data to support using chemo for all cancer types, on the contrary. Much of chemotherapy today is done at experiential level, meaning it is not evidence-based yet.
Unless the tumor stem cells are removed or destroyed, the tumor often grows back.
They need to be targeted, removed and destroyed to avoid growing back - chemo only minimizes them, and thus they typically grow back in 1-2 years, now with our immune system being our of function, we are left defenseless.
This Is What Kills Us.
When the body is poisoned by chemotherapy, its immune response to cancer is permanently compromised, which is why cancer tends to return in multiple organs within 24 months after chemotherapy.
Despite widespread use of chemotherapies, breast cancer mortality has not changed in the last 70 years- Thomas Dao, MD NEJM Mar 1975 292 p 707
Chemotherapy kills all living matter and our immune system is hit particularly hard by the chemicals of chemo. Chronic malfunctions follow and often does not recuperate enough to protect from common illnesses, which can lead to death.
67% Of People Who Die During Cancer Treatment Do So Through Opportunistic Infections.
Infections that arise as a direct result of the immune system failing because of the toxic chemo drugs.
After analyzing cancer survival statistics for several decades, Dr Hardin Jones, Professor at the University of California, concluded patients are as well, or better off untreated (from the conventional recommended methods such as chemo and radiation)".
However, for certain types of cancer, chemotherapy has shown to be of value.
And this is important to understand. Not all cancers are created equal and they respond to different treatment methods - i.e. testicle, leucemia and lymph cancer have all shown to benefit from chemotherapy. This means there is no one way to treat cancer, and we need to get better at understand integrative treatment approaches for better patient survival.