Saturday, January 26, 2013

   The War In Medicine

   Continued From The Last Post.

It is interesting to note that none of his three reasons for surgery had
anything to do with treating the cancer. All of the reasons were physical
or mental, and had nothing to do with killing cancer cells.

Obviously, however, if a person has a small benign skin cancer, there is
nothing wrong with cutting it off. This, in spite of the fact there is a
superb alternative treatment for skin cancer called Amazon Tonic III(see
my section on treatments).

Because alternative treatments rarely use surgery, this means alternative
treatments work on the dense areas of cancer cells equally well as the
less dense areas of cancer cells. This is because alternative treatments
selectively kill cancer cells (directly or indirectly), and thus work
equally well wether the cancer cells are dense or less dense.

Getting back to orthodox medicine, you might ask yourself this question:
"if chemotherapy is as good as people say it is, then why is surgery
necessary?" In other words: "if chemotherapy is so good why isn't
chemotherapy, instead of surgery, used on the very dense sections of
cancer cells?"

To compare the two treatment types, if someone said chemotherapy was
better than alternative treatments, then it would be logical that
orthodox medicine would not demand surgery and alternative treatments
would demand surgery. But just the opposite is true, chemotherapy demands
surgery and alternative medicine has no interest or need for surgery.

Something is wrong with this picture. But I am getting ahead of myself.
We need to talk about definitions.

Continued In The Next Post.

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