Chemo is designed to kill all living - and that's why if cancer won't kill you, chemo will. There is simply not scientific evidence of recommending this death sentence - which chemo therapy essentially is - to anyone anymore.
A New Study Came Out, Which Found That Chemotherapy Causes Long-Term Immune System Damage, Significantly Reducing Levels Of Key Immune Cells In Patients For At Least 9 Months After Treatment.
In addition we already know that chemo potentially alters DNA for life. Why auto-immune disease often follows in the waters of chemo therapy, if one is lucky to survive the chemo.
I Do Not Recommend Chemo To Anyone Anymore, Even Though I Have Been On The Edge About The Pros And Con For A Long Time.
Chemotherapy is an accepted method by the mainstream medical establishment as a means to fight against cancer, but its effectiveness and reliability is highly in question.
New Research Is Documenting Chemo's Lack Of Effect - And Devastating Side-Effects. And In My Opinion, It Is Quite Clear By Now, That This Is Not A Treatment Method, Which Is Scientific Valid Nor Has A Statistic Significant Cure Rate - On The Contrary.
If you have already gone through chemo, you might want to take extra precautions to protect yourself from potentially life-threatening viral or bacterial infections.
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