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Australian researchers are calling for a radical overhaul of cancer diagnoses. They say dropping the “cancer” label from low-risk conditions could protect many patients from unnecessary aggressive treatment and distress.


A truly radical overhaul in the area of cancer would go far further than simply changing the name of the disease and supposedly guarding against ‘overtreatment’ of it.

For a start, the main treatments currently used on cancer patients, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are neither safe nor effective. Illustrating this, research carried out in the UK has shown that in some hospitals, within 30 days of starting treatment, chemotherapy kills up to 50 per cent of patients who receive it.

Similarly, while radiotherapy may initially seem to be effective, like chemotherapy it indiscriminately attacks both cancer cells and healthy cells alike. This can result in debilitating side effects – including the development of new Cancers.

Even worse, neither chemotherapy nor radiotherapy can actually prevent cancer from occurring in the first place. As such, a truly radical overhaul in the area of cancer has to involve replacing these outmoded treatments with preventive approaches that focus on the primary cause of the disease.

Thanks to Dr. Rath’s groundbreaking cancer discoveries and lifesaving research carried out at the Dr. Rath Research Institute under the direction of Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, we now know that there are natural approaches to treating cancer that are both safe and effective. To learn about them, read the book written by Dr. Rath and Dr. Niedzwiecki, Victory Over Cancer.

Read article on the Sydney Morning Herald website (Australia)
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