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    Chemotherapy is killing cancer patients

    published atNovember 3, 2018

    American scientist: Chemotherapy is killing cancer patients

    Thursday, October 3, 2018
    All times are GMT +3

    cancer patients

    An American professor, a cancer researcher, blew up a surprise of high caliber, asserting that chemotherapy did not succeed in treating cancer, but rather a hoax, according to Sputnik.

    “Chemotherapy does not succeed in treating cancer and it is a well-disguised trick by the cancer industries,” said Harden Jones, a former professor of physics and medical physiology at Berkeley, in an article published on the website of the Foundation for Progress in Cancer Treatment.

    “There is only one reason why doctors prescribe chemotherapy drugs, which are the money they use,” he said, adding that his studies had shown that chemotherapy would accelerate the death of a cancer patient.

    The professor concluded that a person undergoing chemotherapy died after 3 years of cancer diagnosis, while those who refused chemotherapy lived 4 times longer than those who chose it as a treatment.

    In 2017, the most common cancer was breast cancer, lungs, colon, anus and prostate. Lower levels, bladder cancer, skin, lymph glands, thyroid, kidneys, endometrial cancer, leukemia and pancreatic cancer.

    According to World Health Organization statistics, 454.8 per 100,000 people die every year from cancer. The number of people surviving cancer is 14.5 million since 2014, with an estimated 19 million years to be 2024.

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