Study finds Chemotherapy Ineffective 97% of the Time

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A study published in 2004 found that Chemotherapy treatment is a death sentence for 97% of people who receive it.chemotherapy poison - endalldisease

Published in December 2004, a study revealed that the use of chemotherapy in adult cancer “cured” the patient only 2.1% of the time in the USA, and 2.3% of the time in Australia.  For the other 98% of patients, the treatment was a death sentence.  The question that you need to be asking yourself is: Would 98% have died if they had done no treatment at all?

For the study, researchers investigated the literature for randomized clinical trials which resulted in a 5-year survival rate using chemotherapy.  The 5-year survival rate was said to be solely attributed to cytotoxic chemotherapy in adults, and the data was found in the Australian cancer registry, and the Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results data in the USA for the year 1998.

The unexpected result was that, as stated above, the overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3% in Australia and 2.1% in the USA.


How Doctors Profit from Chemotherapy

As Dr. Peter Glidden states in the video below, doctors make thousands of dollars every time they sell chemotherapy drugs to patients.  Statistics show that 75% of doctors refuse chemotherapy for themselves, which means that many of them know it doesn’t work, is harmful, and yet they still prescribe it to people so they can make money.

If this isn’t a good reason to not trust your doctor, and to take your health back into your own hands, I don’t know what is.

In the video below Dr. Peter Glidden discusses the for-profit Cancer Industry, citing the study that concludes chemotherapy is a failure 97% of the time.  Dr. Glidden goes on to explain why to this day, chemotherapy remains one of the most commonly prescribed treatments in the fight against cancer.

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