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German Magazine Der Spiegel Blasts Chemotherapy

Posted by on May 2, 2017 in Cancer | Comments Off on German Magazine Der Spiegel Blasts Chemotherapy

by Ralph Moss, PhD While I was in Germany last October an article on chemotherapy appeared in Der Spiegel, which is Germany’s – in fact Europe’s – highest-circulating news magazine. On average, over one million copies are sold every week, making it the German equivalent of Time or Newsweek [with the major distinction that Der Spiegel has always been a left-leaning magazine]. The article, highly critical of chemotherapy, created quite a stir. Der Spiegel, which has a history of being iconoclastic, has criticized the cancer establishment before. In the early 1990s it...

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Tim O’Shea in TO THE CANCER PATIENT

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Most cancers are not found until autopsy. That’s because they never caused any symptoms. For example 30 – 40 times as many cases of thyroid, pancreatic, and prostate cancer are found in autopsy than ever presented to the doctor. According to a study cited in top British medical journal Lancet 13 Feb 93, early screening often leads to unnecessary treatment: 33% of autopsies show prostate cancer but only 1% die from it. After age 75, half of males may have prostate cancer, but only 2% die from it. This means simply that the immune system can hold many problems in check, as long as...

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Ah, Dear Liver, I Hardly Knew Thee

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by Paula on Epinions.com The Bottom Line I’m looking for a liver. And I’m shocked. Well, I suppose when they say “that which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” never met the drugs used in chemotherapy. This time around they didn’t kill me but they weakened my liver to the point of obliteration. So that which did not kill my tumors has killed my liver. So why write such a glum commentary on the state of life? In a word: Therapy. Cheap therapy at that. When I was diagnosed with cancer I saw a fight within the confines of a diagnosis. Something specific,...

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CHEMO ‘KILLS BRAIN CELLS’

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By Emily Cook, Health Correspondent 30/11/2006 DRUGS used to fight cancer could have a harmful effect on the brain, according to a new study. The common chemotherapy treatments can kill more healthy brain cells than the cancer ones they try to destroy – and those for breast and lung cancer and leukaemia may cause long-term damage. US scientists at the University of Rochester say their tests may explain the mental side effects seen in many patients given Cisplatin (for breast, lung and colon cancer), Carmustine (brain tumours and Hodgkin’s Disease) and Cytarabine (leukaemia)....

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Questioning Chemotherapy – Is it safe? Is it effective? Is it necessary?

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by Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D. reviewed by Ed Hill It is reported that cancer is now the leading cause of death for people under the age 85. Every year, more and more people with cancer are being given chemotherapy. Is chemotherapy safe? Is it effective? Is it necessary? In Questioning Chemotherapy, author and researcher Ralph Moss offers information and advice to help the reader make wise decisions for themselves and those they love. Moss says that people who agree to receive chemotherapy have accepted the idea that even if a notoriously toxic and expensive treatment cannot cure, it must at least...

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