Cancer treatment is a business, plain and simple. That is why the big pharma companies aren’t interested in a cure for cancer, because if you cure a patient – you can’t make as much money as you can if you simply make the condition bearable.
Don’t take it from me, take it from these well-known medicals doctors:
“But nobody today can say that one does not know what cancer and its prime cause be. On the contrary, there is no disease whose prime cause is better known, so that today ignorance is no longer an excuse that one cannot do more about prevention. That prevention of cancer will come there is no doubt, for man wishes to survive. But how long prevention will be avoided depends on how long the prophets of agnosticism will succeed in inhibiting the application of scientific knowledge in the cancer field. In the meantime, millions of men must die of cancer unnecessarily.”
— Dr. Otto Warburg, Medical Nobel Prize winner
“Everyone should know that the war on cancer is largely a fraud.”
— Dr. Linus Pauling, two time winner of the Nobel Prize
“To the cancer establishment, a cancer patient is a profit center. The actual clinical and scientific evidence does not support the claims of the cancer industry. Conventional cancer treatments are in place as the law of the land because they pay, not heal, the best. Decades of the politics-of-cancer-as-usual have kept you from knowing this, and will continue to do so unless you wake up to their reality.”
— John Diamond, M.D.
Lee Cowden, M.D.
“Chemotherapy is an incredibly lucrative business for doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies. The medical establishment wants everyone to follow the same exact protocol. They don’t want to see the chemotherapy industry go under, and that’s the number one obstacle to any progress in oncology.”
— Glen Warner, M.D.
“You wouldn’t believe how many FDA officials or relatives or acquaintances of FDA officials come to see me as patients in Hanover. You wouldn’t believe this, or directors of the AMA, or ACA, or the presidents of orthodox cancer institutes.”
— Hans Nieper, M.D., alternative medicine practitioner
“When Dr. Hamer was arrested in 1997 for having given three people medical advice without a medical license, the police confiscated his patients’ files and had them analyzed. Subsequently, one public prosecutor was forced to admit during the trial that, after five years, 6,000 out of 6,500 patients with mostly ‘terminal cancer’ were still alive. With conventional treatment the figures are generally just the reverse.”
— Dr. Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.
“As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.”
— Alan Nixon, Ph.D., Past President of the American Chemical Society
“2 to 4% of cancers respond to chemotherapy.”
— Ralph Moss, Ph.D
“The FDA protects the big drug companies, and is subsequently rewarded, and using the government’s police powers, they attack those who threaten the big drug companies. The thing that bugs me is that the people think the FDA is protecting them. It isn’t. What the FDA is doing, and what the public thinks it is doing are as different as night and day.”
— Dr. Herbert Ley, former Commissioner of the F.D.A.
“In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer deaths, and causes it faster, than any other chemical.”
— Dean Burke, Former Chief Chemist Emeritus, U.S. National Cancer Institute
“Most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy. Chemotherapy does not eliminate breast, colon or lung cancers. This fact has been documented for over a decade. Yet doctors still use chemotherapy for these tumors. Women with breast cancer are likely to die faster with chemo than without it.”
— Alan Levin, M.D.
“When a patient is found to have a tumor, the only thing the doctor discusses with that patient is what he intends to do about the tumor. If a patient with a tumor is receiving radiation or chemotherapy, the only question that is asked is, ‘How is the tumor doing’? No one ever asks how the patient is doing. In my medical training, I remember well seeing patients who were getting radiation and/or chemotherapy. The tumor would get smaller and smaller, but the patient would be getting sicker and sicker. At autopsy we would hear, ‘Isn’t that marvelous! The tumor is gone!’ Yes, it was, but so was the patient. How many millions of times are we going to have to repeat these scenarios before we realize that we are treating the wrong thing?”
— Dr. Philip Bin