Here’s Why Radiation and Chemotherapy Should Not Be The Only Two Approved Treatments For Cancer

In the United States there are only two approved treatments for cancer – radiation and chemotherapy. Despite the fact that chemotherapy fuels cancer growth and kills the patient more quickly, nothing has changed. Despite numerous alternative treatments that are now coming to the forefront, the medical industry continues to promote and push radiation, chemotherapy and surgery as the only viable options for cancer treatment, this is simply not true.

Major studies within cancer research have been proven as false which also suggests that the mainstream treatments we use are based on fraudulent findings and false science. It’s usually the treatments not heavily publicized and promoted that we should keep our eye on.  More researchers are catching on, not to long ago University of Michigan researchers suggested increasing public funding of research to decrease potential bias from industry ties.

Many people believe that mainstream cancer treatment is rarely effective and exists primarily for the benefit of the cancer industry itself. A study published in the journal Cancer by researchers from the department of Radiation Oncology at the UCLA Johnsson Comprehensive Cancer Center reports that radiation drives breast cancer cells into greater malignancy. Malignancy is a term used to describe the tendency of tumors and their potential to become progressively worse, ultimately resulting in death.

In many cases, cancer stem cells are generated by the therapy itself, and they are resistant to conventional treatment, this may play a critical role in the development of tumors. Cancer stem sells are tumorigenic (tumor-forming) and are capable of both initiation and sustaining cancer. They are also increasingly recognized to be the cause of relapse and metastasis following conventional treatment.

Cannabis

One of the biggest alternative treatments that’s used today to treat cancer is cannabis. Why cannabis is still not an approved and recognized form of cancer treatment remains a mystery to many, especially since the anti-tumor effects of cannabinoids and THC have been demonstrated time and time again since the 1980’s.

When scientists discovered cannabinoid receptors in the human brain, it became obvious that our body has to synthesize something that binds to these receptors. Our bodies produce these compounds in our own endocannabinoid system, which is now known to be responsible for a number of biological functions. This is why the plant has such a wide therapeutic potential for multiple diseases, including cancer.

There is study after study proving the fact that cannabis can cure cancer.*(3)*  Despite the fact that human trials have not been conducted (ask yourself, why?), there are numerous examples of patients healing themselves with cannabis. One great example is Mykayla Comstock, a young lady who has been treating her leukaemia with cannabis. She is Oregon’s youngest medical cannabis patient, and she is curing her cancer.

In Oregon, when you are an adult with cancer, you have the choice to use the two recommended options or refuse them and select other methods. When you are a child, your parents do not have the option to refuse the approved way without facing legal repercussions, this is what happened to Mykayla’s parents.

Collective Evolution has also been it touch with doctors in Toronto who recently published a case study where they used cannabis to treat leukemia in a Teenage girl. This patient underwent standard treatments of acute and aggressive chemotherapy as well as bone marrow transplants. It was found that none of these treatments were not effective which led the family to explore alternatives. The alternative they chose was to treat her with cannabinoids administered orally in the form of hemp oil.

The list of examples goes on and on, below is a video of Molecular Biologist Dr. Christina Sanchez explaining how THC (one ingredient within cannabis out of multiple ingredients that kill cancer) completely kill cancer cells.

*Don’t forget to review the studies in source # 3 to help you further your research.

Royal Rife

It was in 1920 that Royal Rife first identified the human cancer virus using the world’s most powerful microscope. After identifying and isolating the virus, he decided to culture it on salted pork. At the time this was a very good method for culturing a virus. He then took the culture and injected it into 400 rats which as you might expect, created cancer in all 400 rats very quickly. The next step for Rife is where things took an interesting turn. He later found a frequency of electromagnetic energy that would cause the cancer virus to diminish completely when entered into the energy field. The great discovery led Rife to create a device that could be tuned to output the frequency that would destruct the cancer. He was then able to treat the cancer within both rats and patients who were within close proximity of the device.

 

Dichloroacetate

Dichloroacetate (DCA) is a small molecule drug that has long been used to treat congenital mitochondrial abnormalities. The mitochondria (cell power source), is vital for several reasons. One of them is acting as oxygen sensors and control, as well as controlling programmed cell death. This process is known as apoptosis. The significance here is that this process is suppressed in cancer, a disease that’s characterized by uncontrolled cell growth. Dr. Evengelos Michelakis, associate chair and medical researcher at the University of Alberta’s faculty of medicine and his team of researchers discovered DCA as a possible cure for cancer more than 10 years ago. Since then, it’s received very little attention from the medical industry,

Clinical trials (finally) are under way, and the estimated date for completion is March 2015.

Diet

Rarely do we consider the importance of natural, non-GMO organic fruits and vegetables. A number of them have been proven to limit cancer growth. For example, broccoli fights cancer by clearning bad tumor suppressors.

Studies have shown that raw garlic cuts lung cancer risk in half. Celery and artichokes contain flavonoids that kill human pancreatic cancer cells  The list literally goes on and on.

I am a big believer that diet alone can heal us from any type of cancer. So many different fruits and vegetables have a wide range of anti-tumoral effects. Taking notice of what you put into your body can play a large role in cancer treatment/prevention. We are so quick to jump to the approved treatments that we fail to realize many other factors that play very significant roles, specifically, what exactly are we putting into our bodies.

Many people have had success with cancer prevention and treatment by switching to a completely raw, vegan diet full of anti-cancer fruits and vegetables. It’s definitely something worth researching.

I could go on and on with this article, but the main point I wanted to illustrate was the fact that chemotherapy and radiation should not be the only two approved treatments for cancer.

Here’s a great video that gives us all something to think about, and some possible insight as to why multiple alternative cures have been proven effective, but don’t really see the light of day. The fact remains, there are a number of proven options out there to treat cancer, not just radiation, chemotherapy and surgery.

Cancer is a great example of how we don’t need to wait for our governing medical authorities to tell us what’s true and what isn’t. We need to turn our heads to those who have our best health interests in hand, and we need to do the research for ourselves. You always have a choice.

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