Cancer experts commissioned by the Natural Cancer Institute made a shocking confession where they admitted that tens of millions of “cancer cases” aren’t cancer at all. This means that 10 million people were scammed by oncologists and underwent chemo without suffering from a life-threatening disease, but were told the contrary.
While the word “cancer” sounds terrifying and is associated with death, it doesn’t mean that it is always terminal because not all of the cancers can reach metastasis. This was stated in an article entitled Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment in Cancer An Opportunity for Improvement.
Oncologists often scare the patients that cancer always ends with death if not treated with chemo, while profiting $100 billion a year in chemotherapy revenues.
“Physicians, patients and the general public must recognize that overdiagnosis is common and occurs more frequently with cancer screening,” warns the NCI-commissioned science article in JAMA.
In his book “What if Medicine Disappeared”, Gerald E Markle writes:
“A 2002 editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine maintained that the efficacy of mammograms for younger women is an open question. ‘The debate is worth following closely,’ concluded the editor of the journal, ‘because women are deciding about breast cancer screening, and it’s our role to keep them informed as best we can.’ Yet it is worth remembering that ‘mammography screening may lead to an overdiagnosis of breast cancer, that is, the detection of a tumor that would not have become clinically detectable in the patient’s lifetime.’ “, which further confirms that the cancer industry uses the “scare the patient” method to profit on their patients.
In Natural News was published that very often what is considered to be breast cancer can actually be ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS)., but of course millions of women with this condition were told that what they have is cancer. Similar with men, many of them didn’t have the actual prostatic cancer, but the high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (HGPIN), a type of premalignant precursor to cancer.
In the book “You Don’t Have to Be Afraid of Cancer Anymore”, Bill Sardi writes:
“Overdiagnosis refers to the detection by screening (mammograms, PSA tests) of cancers that would not have become apparent to a doctor or produce symptoms detectable to the patient before an individual died of other causes. Cancer is prevalent, far beyond the number diagnosed in human populations, and most adults will die with, but not of, their cancer. Treatment and invasive or toxic screening methods (radiation from x-rays, mammograms, needle biopsies) for tumors that may never progress to cause symptoms or death in an individual’s lifetime would represent overdiagnosis and needless treatment.”
Given all this, you should be very cautious when immediately diagnosed with cancer, since you might be a victim of medical quackery. So, whatever your oncologist says, take it with a grain of salt and research your condition thoroughly, ask for a second opinion.
This is how a woman who underwent chemotherapy describes her experience:
“This highly toxic fluid was being injected into my veins. The nurse administering it was wearing protective gloves because it would burn her skin if just a tiny drip came into contact with it. I couldn’t help asking myself ‘If such precautions are needed to be taken on the outside, what is it doing to me on the inside?’ From 7 pm that evening, I vomited solidly for two and a half days. During my treatment, I lost my hair by the handful; I lost my appetite, my skin color, my zest for life. I was death on legs.”
Before accepting to experience her faith by blindly trusting your oncologist, remember that even the National Cancer Institute’s own scientists publicly admit that many cancer diagnoses are FAKE and shouldn’t be called “cancer” at all.