The First World War Vs The War on Cancer
Progress in the "war on cancer" is reminiscent of the type of progress enjoyed in World War One... in the trenches of the Somme....as comically summed up by Captain Blackadder from the series 'Blackadder Goes Forth'...
"We've been sitting here since Christmas 1914, during which time millions of men have died, and we've advanced no further than an asthmatic ant with some heavy shopping!”
|Blackadder Goes Forth (BBC TV)|
Blackadder Goes Forth BBC TV
War on Cancer: Strategy Fail...
Like the First World War, millions have died in the war on cancer. Strategy has proved to be quite hopeless, but they stick to it nonetheless. One more push - they cry! So why is progress so dismal? Wereas the First World War lasted 4 years, it has been over 40 years since the War on Cancer was declared!
So we have a battle strategy whereby we deploy a [potentially lethal] chemical weapon that cripples our own troops and vital defences, gambling that the cancer will die before we do! If not, then we are in big big trouble, because the enemy (cancer) can then possibly regroup and spread, meeting minimal resistance due to devastated infrastructure and crippled defences.
Ditto Radiation therapy.
Alternative non-toxic strategies:
Pathologist reveals true cause of most cancer deaths
Most are killed by the treatment, not the cancer: Dr Michael Farley talks below about the damage cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation does. He also has a surprising statistic regarding cancer and causes of death. It might make you consider different treatment options, when you hear about the findings of typical autopsies. Proof that people are dying from the damage caused by treatment, not cancer!!
What is usually found at autopsy (but always kept quiet) will shock you!
iHealthTube.com - Traditional Therapies Kill, Not Cancer
Further reading options:
Another great book on the subject of alternative cancer treatments is written
by Ty Bollinger, called Cancer: Step Outside The Box (instant download)
Available on Amazon Cancer: Step Outside the Box