Following the death of a female cancer patient after a single dose of chemotherapy, the UK’s National Health Service has been criticized for failing to warn patients that the toxic treatment can kill them.
Unfortunately, the death of this patient from chemotherapy is hardly an isolated incident. Research carried out in the UK has shown that in some hospitals, within 30 days of starting treatment, chemotherapy kills up to 50 percent of cancer patients who receive it.
Chemotherapy is so toxic that even the health professionals who administer it are exposed to health risks while handling the drugs. The dangers include possible damage to their DNA, as well as a risk of cancer and organ damage. Following treatment, the drugs continue to be dangerous even after they are excreted through the skin, urine, stool, tears, semen, or vaginal fluid of patients. The people at risk include family members, caregivers, and literally anyone touching a chemotherapy patient.
To read how, rather than curing it, chemotherapy actually encourages the spread of cancer, see this article on our website.
To read how Dr. Rath’s scientific discoveries and studies carried out at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have shown that the use of specific micronutrients enables cancer to be controlled naturally, read the book Victory Over Cancer.