This professor has dedicated more than 2 decades of his life focusing on studies about cancer patients and in the end he came up with a shocking conclusion. The cancer industry has only one goal – to make more profit.
The participants of this industry such as doctors, healthcare facilities, Big Pharma and others share the profit from patients who decide to receive regular cancer treatment. Standard cancer treatment includes chemotherapy, radiating the body with ions as well as surgical procedures for removing certain body parts.
Statistics show that chemotherapy is not very efficient for treating cancer and scientists have chosen to ignore and hide this fact.
Dr. Hardin B. Jones is a professor of medical physics and physiology who worked at the Berkeley College. He spent more than 20 years examining the effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients and claims that chemotherapy is not an efficient way of curing cancer.
He also says that majority of the patients who undergo chemotherapy end their lives in excruciating pain. Dr. Jones emphasized that cancer patients who received chemotherapy are more likely to die faster than the patients who have chosen another treatment or no treatment at all.
Dr. Jones’s research has helped him discover that chemotherapy and other conventional cancer therapies actually reduce the life expectancy of the patients and also deteriorate their organisms. Even though the cancer industry is aware of this they choose to ignore it because it is a billion-dollar industry.
According to Dr. Jones, the cancer patients who did not receive chemotherapy lived on average 12 years longer than those who did. Patients who chose chemotherapy usually died 3 years after they were diagnosed with cancer and there are even patients who die within a month or two.
Patients with breast cancer who did not undergo chemotherapy live four times longer than those who did. This fact is well hidden from the public by the mass media because the mass media is also a part of the cancer industry.
One study published in 1979 in the American Medical Association Journal found that most of the diagnostic methods and treatments for breast cancer have no positive effects in the majority of patients.
Two other studies, one from Britain 35 years ago and one from Israel 39 years ago, had the same conclusion that the survival rate of cancer patients who received chemotherapy in the past 10 years have not decreased.
Big Pharma is trying to hide the fact that patients don’t die from the cancer but from the treatment. Chemotherapy destroys both cancer and healthy cells in order to prevent the spreading of the disease.
The most common cause of death in cancer patients was malnutrition. Cancer cells block the function of the immune system and they use the nutrients from our body. This way the immune system becomes so weak that it is not able to defend itself from any threat.
M.D. Allen Levin claims that modern medicine has already found a cure but it is hidden from the public for one simple reason. One treatment costs up to one million dollars. Chemotherapy is not efficient for eliminating colon, breast or lung cancer. Even though there is evidence that support this, healthcare professionals still use chemotherapy as a treatment of these types of cancer.
- In 2016 in the U.S. 1,685,210 people were diagnosed with cancer and 595,690 cancer patients died
- The most common cancer types in 2016 were lung and bronchus, breast, prostate, bladder, thyroid, kidney and renal pelvis, pancreatic, endometrial, colon and rectum cancer, skin melanoma, leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
- 2008-2012 statistics show that every year there are 454.8 new cases of cancer per 100,000
- The same statistics show that cancer mortality is the lowest in the Asian/Pacific Islander women with 91.2 deaths per 100.000 and it is the highest among African American men with 261.5 deaths per 100.000.
- According to the American Cancer Society the number of cancer survivors in the U.S.A. should increase from 14.5 million in 2014 to 19 million in 2024.
- In 2014 there were 15.780 new cancer cases in children and adolescents and 1.960 deaths
- The US national expenditures for cancer care were $125 billion in 2010 and they are expected to increase by 2020 up to $156 billion.