New Study Finds Chemo Drugs Cause Aggressive Cancer (Video)

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In this News Shot, Joe Joseph discusses the deeply concerning findings of a new study that shows chemotherapy can increase aggressivity in cancer, causing malignant cells to migrate and triggering more dangerous tumors – thereby also increasing the disease’s fatality.

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Source: Scientists Warn Chemotherapy Could Spread Cancer, Trigger More Aggressive Tumors

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  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Filling the body with poison to cure disease never made any sense to me, so this isn’t surprising. And to think-the pharmaceutical companies laugh all the way to the bank at the patients expense. How grotesque is that?

  • TrevorD

    My father was diagnosed with lung cancer and given 3 to 6 years with chemo. After the second chemo they gave up and said he had 3 months as it had spread. Difficult what to believe as I had relatives still alive today after having chemo over 10 years ago. Would they still be alive now without it, don`t know. Guess each person, their belief mechanism and a willingness to fight death counts alot. However chemo puts alot of money into questionable hands and for sure their blatent scorn on natural remedies gives us a clue to the way forward.

    • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

      Regardless of one’s beliefs, most of us are left to the mercy of this system-if only due to economics. My total “awakening” came four years ago while I convalesced at home from double knee replacements. For once, I had the time to research and consider the myriad conspiracies which had puzzled and conflicted me for years. Had I known before the things I now know, I would have tried holistic alternatives before letting a doctor whittle on my bones. As it is, you can’t saw sawdust, and I must consider those surgeries as positive opportunities-a catalyst even-for enlightenment.

      • TrevorD

        Yes I agree. If we want to get really deep then what is the meaning of life?
        I would say to learn, to evolve and we can only do that by understanding that suffering is a wake up call to exactly how you said, enlightenement. You seem to have a very open mind to this. May I suggest some video links to a Zen Buddhist that is so in tune with life right now and your very thoughts?

      • TrevorD

        Have sent anyway, gotta sleep soon Cheers

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    • TickTock

      My father was also diagnosed with lung cancer, but he had the form called “small cell” or “oat cell”, which is extremely aggressive and universally terminal. Without chemo he would’ve succumbed within 3 or 4 months, but the chemo bought him about another 18 months of life, which he used to get his affairs in order and say his farewells. Some people tolerate treatment better than others and he tolerated it better than most. I’m not sure if big pharma is suppressing a cure or not, I kind of doubt it because if a cure existed then the super rich and the elites would have access to it but they appear to be just as vulnerable as the rest of us, at least for now.

      • TrevorD

        Sorry for your loss indeed.
        My father had mesothelioma born from asbestos inhalation. He was in the Royal Navy overseeing asbestos removal on ships. Seems they knew the dangers at the time but kept it quiet. Another reason I distrust Government and all its lackeys. Compensation to my mother was £10,000 for my fathers early death, what an insult, what a crime!

  • It is not Paranoia

    The day will come when ALL of us realize that EVERYTHING is backwards. Literally.

  • rebecca

    I have a question…How do mice develop breast cancer?

  • rebecca

    Commenting on “Doctors are so blind when it comes to questioning Big Pharma”, The doctors have stock in pharma companies. It only makes sense for them to write you scripts for the owned stock.

  • dav1bg

    Chemo also destroys the immune system. Then it comes back and you have no defense left. Which is what we see so often, you get over it, then after a year or two it comes back and takes you quickly. At $15K per treatment where is the incentive to find an actual cure. Our medical system just wants to find “Treatments”. It is a corporate controlled industry only concerned with it’s bottom line, not yours.

  • James Peters

    Over the last week or two, you might have noticed a disturbance in the alternative medicine force. Unlike disturbances in the Force in Star Wars movies (which usually result from horrors like the obliteration of millions of lives on Alderaan), this was a joyous disturbance in the mystical nonexistent energy fields in which promoters of alternative medicine cancer cures and haters of chemotherapy and “conventional” cancer treatment (the two almost always go together) thought that a major study in a reputable journal had put yet another “final nail in the coffin” of chemotherapy. Or at least they could spin the study as an indication that chemotherapy is nothing more than an expensive toxic brew foisted on an unsuspecting public by the nefarious shadowy forces of Big Pharma in order to extract maximal resources from third party payers, which, to them, is almost as good. Of course, they do this with any study that suggests chemotherapy isn’t as effective as people would like, but this study seemed on the surface like powerful ammunition. It’s not. It’s an interesting preclinical study showing a mechanism by which chemotherapy given before surgery (neoadjuvant chemotherapy) might promote the spread of some cancers. Whether the findings are clinically important remains to be seen.”