It now appears it against the law to not poison your child with chemotherapy in Connecticut.
This is a story of a 17 year old girl who after being diagnosed with cancer, decided she didn’t wish to receive chemotherapy. In order to avoid the “treatment” the girl ran off, was eventually tracked down and was forced to get the chemotherapy.
Imagine if you ran a business that brought in….lets say….$100 billion per year…would want the truth exposed about your business which could potentially shut you down? Of course not…you would do whatever you could to keep it going. This is why big pharma, and their lobbyist dollars are so important to keep the lie going. No one in congress will do anything about it because the money is just too good.
There is no real demand to cure cancer….only research on new treatment options. Why just research to treat it? Why not research to cure it? Well of course there’s no money in a cure. These people who collect all this money might have to actually watch their bank account each month and budget their money like the rest of us. Keep the lie going as long as you can.
Check out on YouTube….”The truth about cancer”. They have an entire series of videos about cures….not treatments. But be careful if you ever call anything a cancer cure….you won’t be free much longer, or alive for even that matter. You will be quickly dismissed by every big pharma ruled person on the planet.
The word cancer sends fear into anyone…and with good reason, but there are several things you can do to aid you in fighting off cancer before it hits you. They’re pretty simple and obvious things, some of which I’ve touched on in other articles.
1). Stay away from GMO foods and eat organic as much as possible. So many of the foods people eat everyday are loaded with cancer causing chemicals and toxins….especially GMO corn…and corn is in a lot of things.
2). Avoid process foods.
3). Avoid toxic cookware. Teflon is great for non-stick cooking and makes cleaning much easier, but is the few minutes saved of easy cleaning worth getting cancer? I used to use Teflon cookware, I didn’t know any better. It’s amazing how things we add to out lives we do so very easily for convenience…but do we really know the truth behind it? As these Teflon surfaces get scratched, and they will, they begin to release toxic poisons as you cook…and where do these toxins go? Right into your food, that’s where.
4). Stay away from food stores in plastic. This is hard to do, but look for food stored in glass. If you have to use plastic, look for non BPA plastic. Plastic will release cancer causing endocrine disrupters into your food….these are mostly used for plastic water bottles (which is a huge waste of money to buy bottled water….it’s more expensive per gallon than gas. Spend the money and get yourself a gravity feed water filtration system rather than buying bottled water).
5). Don’t smoke….guilty
6). Only consume alcohol in moderation. And that goes for just about anything. If you overuse anything it’s bad….
This is just a short list. I’m sorry I was all over the board on this post, but cancer is such a effing scam it’s unbelievable. It makes me sick.
We have the cure for cancer…..let’s stop spending over $100 billion per year treating it. It’s time to end this trend.
Check out these numbers:
The National Institutes of Health estimated the overall costs of cancer in 2010 at $263.8 billion, of which $102.8 billion was for direct medical costs (total of all health expenditures), $20.9 billion for loss of productivity due to illness and $140.1 billion for cost of lost productivity due to premature death. In 2004, Medicare payments for all Part B drugs for medical oncology reached a total of $5.3 billion (of $2.3 billion for chemotherapy and $1.5 billion for erythroid growth factors). A 2007 study said that drugs prescribed by oncologists account for more than 40% of medicare spending, and spending on oral chemotherapy drugs as a proportion of total pharmacy benefits costs more than doubled between 2002 and 2006, increasing from 0.3% to 0.7%.
The Journal of the National Cancer Institute estimated in 2011 that the total cost of cancer care in the US will rise to $158 billion in 2020, a 27% increase from 2010, due only to project growth and aging of the population. A less conservative scenario put the cost at $173 billion in 2020.