According to Natural News, a new study has found that nearly 10 percent of U.S. cancer survivors are still smoking up to 15 cigarettes every day. Are they insane? Do they know what the cigarettes are doing to their life, or do they not really have the right "choices" needed to quit? -- That is the question. They must be counseled, because the scary CDC commercials don't do a thing to help people quit the third most addictive drug in the world, and the medications can cause horrific nightmares and suicidal tendencies, and who needs that coupled with their chemotherapy, surgery, radiation and bad advice?Chemotheraphy is not as successful as it is projected to be by medical professionals across the globe
Hospitals in America are full of MDs and oncologists with ZERO advice in the nutritional "realm" and only offer chemical medications and surgery options for folks being attacked by cancer of the kidneys and liver, organs which you won't survive in this world without. Then there are the woman's ovaries to worry about, another region of the body that cancer likes to attack. Cancer is a blood disease that finds root in a damaged body that's depleted of oxygen and nutrients. Plus, smoking reduces the effectiveness of cancer treatment and increases the "probability of cancer relapse," according to the research of the new study. This is the first LONG-TERM study done on cancer survivors, and it obtained data from nearly 3,000 patients nine years after their diagnoses. They were all part of the American Cancer Society's Study of Cancer Survivors-I.
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Using statistical software about eight years ago, the CDC estimated the number of people in the United States that were living with cancer. The CDC calls people living with cancer "cancer survivors" rather than "cancer victims," and for the 30 years leading up to 2001, the number of cancer survivors in the U.S. increased by nearly 7 million, but how? We, as Americans, are consuming MORE toxic food, more toxic water and putting more dangerous chemicals on our skin. Let's take a look.
As of 2007, more than 64 percent of people were still alive five years after their diagnosis of cancer; however, 6 out of 10 of those survivors were senior citizens. This is where it gets tricky. Because the U.S. population is aging, the statistics are misleading if viewed in the wrong light, and that's exactly how the CDC wants you to view the numbers. It's a trick to get you believing in chemotherapy as a viable option for hope of cancer recovery. In fact, the number of cancer survivors in the U.S. increased from 3 million in 1971 to a whopping 10 million in 2001. Breast cancer for females lead the "charge," followed closely by prostate and colorectal cancers for the most commonly diagnosed. In case you didn't know, genetically modified foods hit the fields without safety testing as early as the mid-1980s. Is the correlative 300 percent increase of cancer cases just a coincidence?
To see some fascinating and interesting clips regarding the truth about chemotheraphy and its failure rate, one can easily log onto the links below the pink-washed cancer cell photo: