This Cancer Treatment FAILS 97% of the Time
If you’ve ever been diagnosed with cancer, you’ve heard what I call “The Great Chemotherapy Lie.”
Doctors will tell you that chemo is the only way to beat cancer… they’ll tell you it can save your life.
But here’s what they DON’T tell you.
Chemotherapy fails people just like you 97% of the time.
You might be thinking: “Come on, Dr. Scott. That can’t be true!”
It is true.
And knowing the facts on chemo could save you from making a serious treatment mistake.
One day we’ll look back on chemotherapy the way we look at leaches and blood-letting.
You know… barbaric treatments that were more harmful than helpful.
Here’s a fact – chemotherapy is marketed as a cancer cure, but it hardly EVER cures cancer at all.
In fact, research shows that more than 97% of people who get chemo are not fully cured of their cancer.
That’s why the cancer keeps coming back (plus, chemo can cause secondary cancers).
So what about all that research that supposedly shows how great chemotherapy works?
Well, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
Here are a couple things most cancer patients are never told.
- Most cancer drugs will show positive results in preliminary studies. But you have to understand what that means: A positive study is one where the tumor shrinks. And while shrinking tumors sound like a good thing, they are not the same as having a cancer disappear or a cancer patient living longer. Anyone who has seen a loved-one go through this knows: at first the cancer shrinks, everyone gets excited, but then it comes back and the patient can still die.
- Chemotherapy does damage to other cells in the body and to the microbiome (the collection of bacteria in your digestive tract). Your immune system is destroyed, and often this is the reason why patients die.
The only conclusion you can make about why chemotherapy is pushed so hard has to do with money. You hear about success stories, but that is NOT long-term survival.
Many people get cancer again.
There are, however, plenty of proven alternative medicines for cancer therapy:
- Vitamin C: High doses of vitamin C have been shown in many studies to help support cancer treatment.
- Ginseng: This herb also has numerous studies that supports its use for fighting cancer.
- Turmeric: This spice has been shown to help with breast cancer, bowel cancer, stomach cancer, and skin cancer cells.
- Immune-Boosting Mushrooms: These medical mushrooms have thousands of studies that show they are helpful in boosting the immune systems, reducing the spreading of cancer cells, and increase killing of cancer cells.
If your doctor is not familiar with natural cancer-fighters like these, get a second opinion. Your life is literally on the line.
Health and Happiness,
Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Written By Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Nearly 25 years ago, failed mainstream medical treatments left Dr. Olson in constant pain – and his health in ruins. And that’s when he did something REVOLUTIONARY. He began his career in medicine – and dedicated his life to uncovering the true, underlying causes of disease.
Through his innovative medical practices in Tennessee and Colorado, Dr. Olson has helped cure countless seniors from across America of arthritis… heart disease… diabetes… and even cancer. All without risky prescription drugs or painful surgeries.
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