Got Cancer?

 

 

Cancer is one of the most misunderstood illnesses in contemporary society.  At the same time it is probably the most lucrative for everyone involved, except of course, the patient.   Without counting the psychological/social costs, the cancer industry will be worth about $110 billion this year alone.flyingmoney

This is just for “treating” cancer, not “curing” cancer.  The medical industry doesn’t even consider curing cancer as a game plan.  Why should they?  How much money could they siphon from the average American if they cured their cancer?  A one-time payment doesn’t feed the bulldog the way many treatments over the course of several years would.

How many of the industries that depend on the cancer market would fold if there was a cure?  Hundreds, at least, maybe all of them.  Of course, this would affect America’s economy negatively, so we won’t even try to find a cure for cancer.

The truth is that there are many cures for cancer, some of them have been around (and proven) for decades.  What! You scream, why don’t we know about these cures?  You must be lying, they would tell us if there was a cure for cancer.  I just can’t believe they wouldn’t tell the world about a cure for cancer, you might say.

No, they wouldn’t tell the world.  The researchers that have tried to tell the world are laughed at, called unscientific or worse, black balled from publishing their results and even sometimes murdered to keep them quiet.  The medical/pharmaceutical companies do not want to cure cancer, it is a major source of revenue for them.   These are publicly owned companies whose only goal is to make money for their shareholders, any way they can.flyingmoney

These companies and organizations like the American Cancer Society and the American Medical Association only allow three methods of treating cancer, anything else will cause the M.D. responsible to be fined and disenfranchised in some way, like getting their license suspended.

There are only 3, that’s right 3, ways that American doctors deal with cancer;

  1. Surgery
  2. Radiation
  3. Chemo-therapy

Cut, burn and poison.  Now, if that isn’t barbaric, I don’t know what is.  If it worked it would be a different matter, but it doesn’t work.cancerdoctor

“In 2012, about 577,190 Americans are expected to die of cancer, more than 1,500 people a day. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the US, exceeded only by heart disease, accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths.”(1)

I am trying to find statistics concerning how much money is spent on cancer treatments in the USA, but it’s hard to nail them down specifically.  What it comes down to is;  “,,,estimates are based on how much income a person would exchange for a lower risk of mortality.”(2)

What did I tell you?  It’s all about the money.  Americans pay more for treatment than Europeans and because of so many mis-diagnosis, don’t really live much longer, about 11 years compared to 9 years after diagnosis.

“Since 1950, the overall cancer incidence has increased by 44 percent; the incidence of breast cancer and male colon cancer by about 60 percent; testis, prostate and kidney by 100 percent; and other cancers, such as malignant melanoma, multiple myeloma and some lymphomas, by over 100 percent.” (3)poison sign skull

Again, WTF?  What happened to the “War on Cancer?”  Looks like we lost, eh?

Okay, so enough of the gloom and doom, if you are a half awake person , you should realize by now that the establishment is only interested in separating you from your money, they could care less if you live or die.

How about if I told you there was a way to cure cancer that only costs $5.15 a day?  Actually, that is just at the beginning, it goes down to around $3 in a little while after the cancer is gone.  You do want to keep the cancer from coming back, don’t you?  $3 daily isn’t too bad a price to pay to stave of cancer, especially when there are no side effects and instead of puking and your hair falling out, you feel more alive and energetic than ever before.

It does have to do with diet, which just about everyone has no clue about.  It doesn’t involve much else except maybe stopping tobacco use and maybe coffee.  That’s still not too bad of a trade-off is it?

Following are some radio archives from Bill Henderson who lost his first wife to cancer.  He watched as she progressively got sicker and sicker from the chemo treatments until she gave up the fight, it was that horrible.  The cancer didn’t kill her, the treatments did.

Radio Archives;  Dr. Keith Scott

Understanding radiation hormesis

How to live cancer free

Never be sick again

A real holistic MD

Incredible cancer stories

   Root canals and cavitations

  Dental toxicity

There’s more, maybe at a later date.  This fellow also has a best selling book that he might pitch to you, I bought it.  It’s called How to Cure Almost Any Cancer at Home for $5.15 a Day by Bill Henderson and Andrew Scholberg

references;

(1) American Cancer Society,  Retrieved from; http://www.cancer.org/Research/CancerFactsFigures/ACSPC-031941

(2) HealthDay News,  Reinberg, S.  April, 2012  Retrieved from; http://health.usnews.com/health-news/news/articles/2012/04/09/cancer-care-costs-higher-in-us-than-europe-but-survival-longer

(3)Global Healing Center, Facts About Cancer, Retrieved from; http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/truth-about-cancer/facts-you-need-to-know-about-cancer

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