Dr. Hardin B. Jones was focused on studies related to people suffering from cancer for more than 20 years and he finally was able to come up with a shocking conclusion: the cancer industry purpose is more profit.
Some doctors, Big Pharma, healthcare facilities and other partakers in the cancer industry share the profit.
However, statistics show that chemotherapy is ineffective when it comes to curing cancer. Unfortunately, scientists are hiding or ignoring this fact.
Dr. Jones reveals that people who suffer from cancer are usually exposed to chemotherapy. Sadly, their lives always end in great pain. He also emphasizes the fact that cancer patients who are exposed to chemotherapy die faster and in greater pain than patients who refuse this treatment.
He claims that conventional cancer therapy reduces life expectancy and accelerates the deterioration of the system. And of course, the cancer industry is aware of this fact, but this is a billion-dollar industry and they ignore and deny it with a reason.
Do You Know the Real Truth About Cancer?
According to Dr. Jones, patients who are not exposed to chemotherapy live about twelve years longer than those who are exposed to this therapy. Dr. Jones’ study was published in the reputable New York Academy of Sciences journal. People who believe that chemotherapy is the best choice for them usually live from a month to three years after they were diagnosed with cancer.
People diagnosed with breast cancer live four times longer compared to those who are exposed to chemotherapy. But, mass media are hiding this fact because they work together with the cancer industry.
In 1979, American Medical Association Journal published a study that revealed that the majority of the popular techniques for treating and diagnosing breast cancer didn’t give any positive effects in most patients.
Many studies have proved this, but the cancer industry hides it successfully.
One of the biggest secrets supported by the BigPharma is that cancer patients die from the treatment not from the effects of cancer. Chemotherapy eliminates healthy cells to prevent the spreading of cancer and after that, it is focused on cancer cells.
Numerous of people who have died from cancer are patients who died of malnutrition. Cancer-affected cells absorb all the nutrients from the body and block the work of the immune system. As a result, the immune system is so weak that it cannot defend itself from any threat.
How Well Do You Know Cancer?
Modern medicine has the universal cure and all the facts related to cancer are hidden from the public. The reason is simple. Only one treatment costs up to one million dollars. Chemotherapy doesn’t eliminate breast cancer, colon cancer, or lung cancer. There are many pieces of evidence for this, but healthcare professionals are still recommending chemotherapy.
A famous German epidemiologist, Dr. Ulrich Abel, has performed a full research and analysis of all the popular studies associated with chemotherapy from all over the world. His conclusions were published in his book called The Doctor In The House, and everyone should read this book.
- According to the statistics, there were 1,685,210 new cases of cancer in U.S., and 595,690 deaths.
- In 2016, the most dominant types of cancer were prostate cancer, breast cancer, lung and bronchus cancer, rectum and colon cancer, bladder cancer, skin melanoma, thyroid cancer, leukemia, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, kidney and renal pelvis cancer, endometrial cancer, and pancreatic cancer.
- The cancer incidence is 454.8 new cancer cases per 100,000 every year.
- The cancer mortality is 171.2 per 100,000, and it is higher in men than women.
- Cancer mortality is lowest in Asian/Pacific Islander women with 91.2 cancer deaths per 100,000, and highest in African American men with 261.5 cancer deaths per 100,000.
- The number of cancer survivors in the U. S. is expected to increase from 14.5 million in 2014, to 19 million by 2024. Around 39.6 % of people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their life.
- In 2014, there were 15,780 new cancer cases among adolescents and children and 1,960 cancer deaths.
- In 2010, the US national expenses for cancer care were $125 billion. But they are expected to increase up to $156 billion by 2020.