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What Is Cancer?

Cancer Cure

Is there a cure for cancer?

Before even asking about cancer cure, let’s consider the following basic 2012 US statistics on the disease:
  • One in 4 deaths in the United States is due to cancer.
  • The estimated numbers of new cases of invasive cancer expected among men and women in the United States in 2012 is more than 1.6 million
  • The expected numbers of deaths from cancer projected for 2012 is estimated at 577,190 corresponding to more than 1,500 deaths per day.
  • The lifetime probability of being diagnosed with an invasive cancer in US is higher for men (45%) than for women (38%)
The gravity and pervasiveness of cancer has made an industry out of the search for solutions to this scourge yet the statistics do not auger well in the ongoing fight against cancer. One also wonders how much of the positives are contributed by so-called alternative cancer cures and alternative cancer treatments that without official recognition, will always remain mere "alternatives” to conventional treatment methods. Statistics will always be difficult to establish and exact how well the alternatives stack up against orthodox medicine may never be known. However, the dismal results of conventional treatments and the great influence of the internet have resulted in more and more alternatives gaining the attention of desperate cancer sufferers who have begun at ask serious questions about the efficacy of the major tools of orthodox medicine against cancer which are surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Conspiracy theories abound!

It has been said that there are more people making a living out in the treatment of cancer than there are cancer sufferers. It therefore is not surprising that the suspicion prevails that that big pharmaceutical companies and governments are conspiring to block the cure for cancer.

Chemotherapy alone is a USD600 billion industry. Conversely, one may also think that it would be a conspiracy too large to "orchestrate" and conceal; it being ridiculous so it seems that doctors can be in-humane enough to profit from preventing any cancer cure from reaching the masses till every cent is milked. The jury is still out on that one.

Chemotherapy - Points to ponder:

"118 doctors, all experts on lung cancer, were sent a questionnaire by McGill Cancer Centre to determine the level of trust they had in the therapies they were applying; they were asked to imagine that they themselves had contracted the disease and which of the six current experimental therapies they would choose. 79 doctors answered, 64 of them said that they would not consent to undergo any treatment containing cis-platinum – one of the common chemotherapy drugs they used – while 58 out of 79 believed that all the experimental therapies above were not accepted because of the ineffectiveness and the elevated level of toxicity of chemotherapy."

Forensic Pathology Consultant, N.D.

One study showed that 75% of doctors would refuse chemotherapy because of its ineffectiveness against the disease and its devastating effect on the body. If that is not enough, do a Wikipedia search on the efficacy of chemotherapy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemotherapy

Now scroll down till you see "Efficacy"; cytotoxic chemotherapy produces much larger gains for some forms of cancer, including testicular cancer (about 40% of the men that live five years after diagnosis are alive because of chemotherapy), lymphomas (about 13%), and cervical cancer (12%). By contrast, chemotherapy is essentially useless in other cancers, including prostate cancer, melanoma of the skin, multiple myeloma, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, and pancreatic cancer. People who receive chemotherapy for these conditions are just as likely to die within five years as people who do not. Chemotherapy only slightly improves survival for some of the most common forms of cancer, including breast cancers (1.5%) and lung cancers (1.5%).

It is not mentioned how the average was obtained but from what we can observe here, the best results are from treating testicular cancer i.e. 4 out of 10 people treated will live more than 5 years after treatment. The rest have dismal results; all below 20% i.e. less than 2 people out of 10 will live more than 5 years after treatment.

Chemotherapy is so toxic, there is special paragraph dedicated to occupational precautions needed to be taken by healthcare providers: "Healthcare workers exposed to anti-neoplastic agents take precautions to keep their exposure to a minimum."

The table above on an American study conducted on the efficacy of chemotherapy in American adults is shocking. Only 2.1% of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy will survive more than 5 years after treatment. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15630849

If you are still thinking that chemotherapy is the way to go... you must be seriously brain washed by the oncologist that you are seeing.

Radiotherapy - Points to ponder:

Now let’s have a look at Radiotherapy! Do a Wikipedia search on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation_therapy. Then scroll down and have a look at the Side Effects of doing Radiotherapy:

While the therapy itself is painless, the side effects that comes after the treatment is not. Here you can see a summary of the side effects, please read the detailed explanations for yourself from Wikipedia.
Damage to the epithelial surfaces - Skin may break down
Mouth and throat sores - Swallowing may be affected. Painkillers required.
Intestinal discomfort - Soreness, diarrhoea and nausea
Swelling - Soft tissues in the body swell during treatment
Infertility - Female patients can no longer bear children

Late side effects
Late side effects occur months to years after treatment and are generally limited to the area that has been treated. They are often due to damage of blood vessels and connective tissue cells. Many late effects are reduced by fractionating treatment into smaller parts.
Fibrosis - The affected are becomes less elastic or hardens
Epilation - Hair loss and in some cases, permanently
Dryness - Dry eyes and dry mouth can be long term problems. Sweat glands stop functioning
Lymphedema - Fluid retention and tissue swelling
Cancer - The treatment itself may cause other cancers to develop
Heart disease - Excess risk of death from heart disease
Cognitive decline - Deficits in learning, memory and spatial information
Radiation proctitis - Bleeding and diarrhoea, tumors

Cumulative side effects
Cumulative effects from this process should not be confused with long-term effects—when short-term effects have disappeared and long-term effects are subclinical, reirradiation can still be problematic.

Effects on reproduction
During the first two weeks after fertilization, radiation therapy is lethal but not teratogenic. High doses of radiation during pregnancy induce anomalies, impaired growth and mental retardation, and there may be an increased risk of childhood leukaemia and other tumours in the offspring. In males previously having undergone radiotherapy, there appears to be no increase in genetic defects or congenital malformations in their children conceived after therapy. However, the use of assisted reproductive technologies and micromanipulation techniques might increase this risk.

Radiation therapy accidents
There are rigorous procedures in place to minimise the risk of accidental overexposure of radiation therapy to patients. However, mistakes do occasionally occur; for example, the radiation therapy machine Therac-25 was responsible for at least six accidents between 1985 and 1987, where patients were given up to one hundred times the intended dose; two people were killed directly by the radiation overdoses. From 2005 to 2010, a hospital in Missouri overexposed 76 patients (most with brain cancer) during a five-year period because new radiation equipment had been set up incorrectly. Although medical errors are exceptionally rare, radiation oncologists, medical physicists and other members of the radiation therapy treatment team are working to eliminate them. ASTRO has launched a safety initiative called Target Safely that, among other things, aims to record errors nationwide so that doctors can learn from each and every mistake and prevent them from happening. ASTRO also publishes a list of questions for patients to ask their doctors about radiation safety to ensure every treatment is as safe as possible.

We ALL know that radiation is dangerous and when exposed in large quantities it will spell only bad news. We read of nuclear disasters such as Chernobyl and recently Fukushima, so widespread is the fear of nuclear fallout that we are willing to pack our bags and move our families at the slightest threat. Yes, it is a different type of radiation threat, but it is radiation none the less. So here we are, deliberately exposing ourselves to radiation to treat a deadly disease because we do not know better how else to treat it. So we blast our bodies with this radiation, IN HOPE that it will kill the rogue cells and not cause other complications in the process.

Before one decides to undergo radiation and/or chemotherapy treatment, it would be wise to consider the following true account on AFTER effects of the treatment:

Some people have come forward to describe their experiences when dealing with the dreaded Big C. (extracted from http://www.medicinenet.com)

Comment from: mimi, 55-64 Female (Caregiver)
My sister was diagnosed with cancer of the bile duct in her liver in September of 2009. She went through extensive chemo and radiation and lost weight down to 92 pounds before she got a liver transplant in February. She was recovering and was sent home a week later. She lived until March 11 of this year. She died from a blood clot, but I don't understand why. I believe if the doctor had tested her when she first started going for headaches and other problems, she might have been saved. They were treating her for thyroid problems. She turned yellow, and her husband took her to the emergency room. That is when they found out she had tumors in her bile duct. Please get second opinions if you are not getting better. I wish things could have been different for her.

Comment from: cancer warrior, 45-54 Female (Patient)
I had just been blessed with a 2 1/2 year old baby boy in November 2005. The first year was really tough for me for he was a meth baby and could not sleep at night. The crying would go on for hours. I would hold and sing to him and one night I noticed that I was getting severe back pain and pain in my upper right rib cage. The following year, I found a mass in my right breast and suddenly, I got a strange feeling in my gut. For the next week, I would make up stories about the mass and finally had to come to conclusion this could be serious. In January 2007, I got a mammogram and within 10 days I got the letter and a phone call from my GYN. A second mammogram and ultrasound was performed, then another call for a needle biopsy. That's when I was diagnosed with "Abrasive lobor carcinoma." Within a week, I had a breast MRI, blood work, a port placed in my right side of my chest and my first chemo treatment. As I continue to receive chemo, every week, there were times I wanted to die. I lost my hair and my eyelashes, and my finger nails began to loosen and fall off. I had sores in my mouth and a metallic taste, which made it hard to eat or swallow. I would cry everyday when I looked at myself in the mirror and wondered if I was going to make it. Although, when I went in front of the public, I was smiling and continued to work. Attitude is very important and not to ask "Why me?" (although it is very normal to ask), but ask, "What can I do to beat this? " I was in stage 4, and the cancer had spread to my liver, spine, pelvis, and ribs. By the grace of God and a good Doctor, my life was spared. I had so many people praying for me. I saw God's face and who is really is. I was in remission or a year and a half. It now has come back for the third time, but I have peace and will fight this battle again.

Comment from: Texone, 45-54 Male (Patient)
I have had liver cancer (HCC) since 2002. I underwent a liver transplant in 2002 as well as a RFA pre-transplant. In 2009 I was having severe lower ab pain, had a PET scan and found out the cancer had spread to my colon, lungs, stomach and beyond. The tumor in by bowels was so large they couldn't cut it out so I had to have colon surgery. I have been on Hospice ever since. I am down from 230 lbs in Aug. to 122 lbs in Jan. I have never spoken of this since it happened. I know I am depressed but at 54 I guess I have the right to be. I do blame myself for some of this for not being more pro-active with my sickness. What I want to get across to anyone who will listen is don't just limp along and get your blood test and yearly checkups. Get involved, demand answers, and believe your body. You can feel when something is not right, listen to it, and pray. I wish now I had done all these things, but it is too late for me. These doctors work miracles every day but not without your help. Don't just sit around feeling sorry for yourself feed your doctors every bit of info you can, they can't do it without you. And find something to believe in, be it God or whatever you need, find something to believe in.

Comment from: wondering, 55-64 Female (Patient)
I am a Latina woman who was diagnosed with Scleroderma "CREST" in 1999. Since that time, I have had many different surgeries to remove calcinosis. I most recently had a surgery in November 2006 to remove a lump in my right groin (lymph node). It was diagnosed as a secondary squamous cell carcinoma with no site of origin. I keep getting CTs every six months, and still no site of origin. I remember that I had a painful lump on my right thigh, and my doctor said it was another calcinosis. He recommended that I massage it every day. I did, and it disappeared, and then the lump appeared in my groin about a week or two later.

Comment from: angeleyez2112, 35-44 Female (Caregiver)
My mother has liver/gallbladder cancer. We only found out because one morning she woke up yellow- went to the hospital and was told what it was. They put a stint between the liver and gallbladder for the bile. She doesn't even look like my mother anymore. She wasn't sick a day in her life. She exercises, walks, eats healthy and she's a vegetarian. Her face is sucked in, she looks 20 years older, and it's scary. She won't do chemo, but, will do radiation. The Dr. says there is no cure, nothing medically that can be done, he can only do radiation to "extend" her life. I'm trying to be strong for her, but the tumor already grew over the stint and it's only been 2 weeks.

Comment from: tger, 65-74 Male (Patient)
I underwent a radical mastectomy six years ago following discovery of an inverted nipple and a dimple on my left breast. No malignant cells were found in the 31 lymph nodes which were removed and biopsied. I went through a series of chemo treatments and medications were prescribed to prevent recurrence. After six years of use, my oncologist discontinued my medications, as there were no signs of cancer. Ten days later, I experienced severe abdominal and back pain. Four months of CAT scans, MRIs, GI tests, PET scans and a barrage of procedures were all negative. I was told by two doctors that there was absolutely no cancer in my body. After I sought treatment in an emergency room for pain and a high fever, a physician ordered yet another CAT scan and discovered massive Stage IV metastatic bone cancer.

Comment from: Lisa, 65-74 Female (Caregiver)
My mother just passed away from cancer. She has had cancer for the past 20 years off an on. She had had breast cancer, leukemia, colon cancer, kidney cancer, and the last one was liver cancer.

Comment from: Sniffles1014, 55-64 Female (Patient)
I am a 62 year. old female and 2 years ago I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer which has spread to my liver. At this time I am not taking any chemo. I've done 1 1/2 years of that. I have a fair appetite and at times have pain at the left side of my stomach. I also have Crohns disease so I don't know if the pain in my bowel comes from the cancer or the Crohns, I take pain meds for that when needed. As a result of the pancreatic cancer I have diabetes which seems harder to fight then the cancer. At this time I am doing quite well, am active and have a good amount of energy. Praise be to our Lord and Savior for I am looking for healing. At this stage of the game my doctor is figuring out which avenue to go with chemo. There aren't that many when it comes to this kind of cancer. My faith is strong and I know my Lord will see me through. I'm just so very grateful for the time he has and is giving me on this earth to share with my children and grandchildren.

Comment from: Pejo, 65-74 Male (Patient)
Two years ago I was diagnosed to have sarcoma of the knee. The grapefruit size tumor was excised successfully, but I was left with ongoing nerve pain. I am receiving opiates to relieve the pain but only minimally. This year the sarcoma tumor metastasized into my lung. The surgeon removed three malignant tumors. He said there is nothing more he can do. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are not an option for my situation. As the disease progresses I will be treated for pain as I am for the nerve pain in my leg. It is not a hopeful situation.

Comment from: 65-74 Male (Caregiver)
My brother was diagnosed with stage four prostrate cancer two years ago. The cancer has spread to his bones, back and ribs. What is the general prognosis? He did receive radiation on the prostrate (gland was not removed at time of initial surgery) and under went 18 months of hormone treatment. The new cancer area was diagnosed within the past 6 weeks.

Comment from: pharoah, 45-54 Male (Patient)
Please help me before it is too late. Everyone thinks that only ladies can get breast cancer, but men can also get it. There is an 18% breast cancer rate in men and it is going up. I waited five months before I went to my doctor. It was a shame because I waited too long I had to have everything cut out.

Comment from: Jesse Ooi, 25 Female (Patient) Marketing Executive,
(Breast, Nose & throat cancer)

"My eyes are dry all the time and I have to constantly use eye drops to keep my eyes moist. I have trouble swallowing as my throat is very dry. I have to drink before I eat anything or else it may not go down. Sometimes, even drinking is painful.

The painkillers help, but the pain is always there. The skin under my neck has completely disintegrated, I fear an infection and I hope the scarring would not be too severe. My right arm is double the size of my left arm; the doctor told me it due to an infection. It’s hard for me to write or type.

I feel embarrassed to walk in public as people stare at me. But I don't go out much anyway, as I am still purging. I can see blood in my stools but my doctor told me that it is temporary. I am scared. I hardly eat very much because it is hard for me to swallow, and I feel nauseated most of the time, and when I do vomit, the pain is terrible.

My sister is trying to teach me how to operate the DVD player but I keep forgetting how to get to the right channel. It’s hard for me to learn new things these days, I don't know why. I keep missing the doctor's appointments because I cannot remember. I am so thankful that my husband Jack is around to keep everything in order but I am not sure how long I can keep this up. We have drifted apart and I can see it in his eyes. We don't talk very much anymore, and this disease has put a lot of strain on the whole family, financially and emotionally. Jack has to drive me everywhere I go now because I can't drive anymore. I keep knocking into things, the car is so banged up; Jack is fed-up with the repair costs.

Yesterday I fell down while climbing out of the bath tub. X-ray of my pelvis showed that the cancer could have metastasized to my ovaries. I cried all night after the doctor said that I will not be able to bear any children if they were to treat the cancer. Sex would also be painful as the vaginal mucosa will be affected. Jack won't touch me if he knew I would suffer in our love making. I feel so weak, I must eat more but I don't have the appetite anymore. I feel bloated most of the time. I feel fat but actually I am not, maybe it’s because Jack doesn't look at me anymore. I think I am going crazy.

Sometimes when I close my eyes, I wish that this was all but a bad dream. My eyes hurt less when they are closed anyway. Sometimes I wished I never ever have to wake up." ~ Jesse Ooi

The above was one of the interviews that conducted on a cancer sufferer undergoing extensive radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment and it was very clear at the onset that the procedure was very painful for her, physically and emotionally. The quality of her life after undergoing the treatment deteriorated so much; she felt it was difficult for her to continue. There were no semblance of normality in her life anymore, and it was for the long term, not for the short. Many of the symptoms described were irreversible and conventional medicine has yet to come up with a solution.


Radiation & chemotherapy treatment can only be effective up to a certain level. Too much of this treatment may kill you faster than the cancer itself.
What you have just read above are real life accounts and experiences that people have gone through. Suffering from cancer is not an easy thing to go through in life. People change after the ordeal, and many lead very different lives after.

Find out more by contacting us on how you can avoid certain operations and removal of organs. Cancer spreads. If you cannot find its source, removal of the tumor is futile and basically just delaying the inevitable.

We can help you avoid the painful experience of going through chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Would you like to know more?

Chemotherapy, averaged out among ALL cancer types, has a success rate of 2.1% - 3% for the cancer sufferer to survive longer than 5 years. Imagine going to a casino and playing this game for RM2500 per bet (avg. cost of chemotherapy per treatment). This is equivalent to taking a 100 sided dice and you have to roll 1-3 for a win. Would you even consider playing this game of chance? The worst part about playing this game of chance is the side effects of the treatment. The most common are hair loss, nausea, a metallic taste in the mouth, fatigue, a dangerously weak immune system and chemo-related anaemia. There are also very severe side effects such as cardio-toxicity which is heart damage as seen in weaker hearts. Hepatotoxicity is liver damage because the drugs run through to the liver and there is also kidney damage and ear damage which is caused by withdrawal from the chemotherapy drugs. The treatment is so toxic that it is not uncommon for the patient to perish from the treatment itself rather than from the cancer.


We shall conclude with this. There are four choices available to a cancer sufferer with the orthodox medical treatment; surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The forth choice is to do nothing. Yes, nothing.

If you catch the cancer early enough, and IF the cancer is in a position where surgery is possible, cutting away that part of the body is effective. Most cancers are detected late and many cancers are in areas which are inoperable. That leaves two other choices; Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy.

Radiotherapy treatment while less severe than chemotherapy also has its side effects. It involves the targeted use of X-rays to eliminate a tumour (a build up of cancer cells). Radiotherapy is usually given before surgery to reduce the size of the tumour and make it easier to remove. Sometimes a mild dose may also be given to a patient to simply alleviate the pain caused by the cancer. Research into the efficacy of radiotherapy is inconclusive as the majority of the treatments conducted were in conjunction with chemotherapy and surgery. The underlying logic is that if faced with a growth and you zap it with a concentrated X-Ray beam, you would surely kill it or shrink it. This same logic can also be questioned; what can you actually see without an invasive operation, X-ray or CT Scan. And even if you do see something, would you know what it is without conducting a biopsy on every speck on the screen. The efficacy of radiotherapy on a metastasized cancer is dubious at best and without the use of chemotherapy and surgery, the treatment would produce poor to insignificant results in the long run.

Most alternative treatments available today are non-invasive i.e. no operation required, no removal of limbs or body parts, no permanent side effects and most importantly no reduction in the quality of life. The most invasive form of alternative medicine would be an intra venal injection of the healing component to enhance the ability of the body to heal itself. The most encouraging aspect from alternative medicine is the statistics of cancer survival which goes as high as 80% as some practitioners would claim. Why these cures aren’t made public? Why are we not given this choice in hospitals? Why are there no studies conducted in EARNEST to resolve once and for all the efficacy of these alternative remedies? Is this because of bureaucracy or politics?

The majority of death that occur in alternative medicine comes from late detection and the ravages of previous chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment. The body becomes simply just too weak to repair itself and the patients are just too far gone to be saved.

Cancer is no longer a death sentence, and if you conduct your own extensive research, you will read and discover many alternatives to chemotherapy and radiotherapy out there. The wiser choice would be to say "no" to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. In fact, in some cases, by doing nothing, the cancer sufferer might even live longer.