With public awareness growing rapidly regarding the inability of chemotherapy to cure cancer, the Pharma Cartel is spending vast sums of money hyping so-called immunotherapy drugs as its latest supposedly “groundbreaking” weapon against the disease. With estimates suggesting these drugs could potentially achieve sales of $35 billion a year, a deceptive global PR campaign is underway with the goal of convincing doctors and patients they are a safe “miracle” treatment. Just as with chemotherapy, however, their dangers are being deliberately downplayed.
Claimed to be a landmark development in the treatment of cancer, immunotherapy drugs attempt to boost the body’s natural defenses against the disease. Using substances either created in a laboratory or developed from ones made by the body itself, the idea is that the patient’s own immune system can be harnessed to attack cancer as effectively as it does threats such as viruses and bacteria.
But as with chemotherapy-based treatments, these substances pose severe risks to patients. Under the influence of immunotherapy drugs, the immune system can attack the organs of the body, resulting in multiple organ failure. As a recent article in the New York Times describes, the onset of this can be very sudden, highly unpredictable, and the effects can be lethal.
Doctors at the Yale University School of Medicine have published research showing that the use of immunotherapy drugs can also result in the sudden development of insulin-dependent diabetes. Worryingly, the time from drug administration to diabetes onset can be as little as one week. Other known side effects include flu-like symptoms, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, rashes, skin depigmentation, fever, abnormally low blood pressure (hypotension), and gastrointestinal problems. The onset of any one or a combination of these symptoms can be the harbinger of multiple organ failure.
With some of these treatments costing upwards of a quarter of a million dollars per year per patient, and the Pharma Cartel already making almost 80 billion dollars a year from cancer, immunotherapy drugs threaten to extract still higher returns from what is now the world’s most profitable disease. By 2021, some analysts expect the global cancer drugs market to exceed 160 billion dollars. Given that healthcare systems in many countries are already on the verge of bankruptcy, it is utterly delusional to think these skyrocketing prices are even remotely affordable or sustainable.
Arguably the most tragic aspect of all this, from the perspective of patients, their families and carers, is that an all-natural, scientifically-proven approach to treating cancer has actually been available since 2002. Presented at the 19th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference, held between 27 February and 2 March, 2002, the research findings of Dr. Rath and the Dr. Rath Research Institute described how a combination of vitamin C, the amino acids lysine and proline, and specific extracts from green tea can inhibit the spread of cancer cells.
Since that time, the ongoing research has proven that, with the addition of other specific micronutrients, this approach can safely and effectively block all key mechanisms that make cancer a deadly disease. Such mechanisms include inhibiting the invasion and metastasis of cancer cells, curbing blood supply (angiogenesis) in tumors, and inducing cancer cell death (apoptosis). Significantly, therefore, the specific combination of micronutrients used in these studies has been found to be effective against every type of cancer it has been tested on. Many patients are alive today who, were it not for the existence of this scientific knowledge, would have lost their lives to the disease.
The Pharma Cartel knows about this development, of course, and is desperate to prevent the people of the world from taking advantage of it. Through placing its lobbyists in key political positions, discrediting natural health therapies in global PR campaigns conducted through the mass media, and pressing for regulatory bans on the dissemination of natural health information, the Cartel is seeking to ensure that drug-based treatments for cancer are essentially the only option available.
In the United States during slavery, a time when African Americans were deliberately denied an education, it is said that when an enslaved person learned or was taught to read, it became his or her responsibility to teach someone else. This principle therefore gave rise to the phrase: “Each one, teach one.” Today, with over 8 million cancer-related deaths and 14 million new cases occurring every year, upon learning that victory over cancer is possible using natural approaches it is similarly our duty to teach someone else about it. If enough of us take an active role in this global health education effort, we can dramatically transform our planet and make it a better, healthier world for everybody.