Chemo is designed to kill all living - and that's why if cancer won't kill you, chemo sometimes will.
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.
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 as a means to cure all cancer types.
New Research Is Documenting Chemo's Lack Of Effect in many cases - And Devastating Side-Effects.
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.
It is important to be aware that much chemotherapy today is being used on an experiential basis.
The only types where we have clear indication that chemotherapy makes for a significant difference in survival outcome are: testicle, lymph and leucemia. Because chemotherapy in itself presents so many side-effects as it is poison for the body, we need to practice it with care to avoid causing more harm, which is an issue today.
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