Chemo Can CAUSE Cancer

I read an article this morning that infuriated me. Nutshell version of the article is that another study confirmed that two of the most commonly used drugs for chemotherapy of breast cancer (paclitaxel and doxorubicin) cause cancer cells to grow in other parts of the body. Other studies have shown that the entire class of chemotherapy drugs cause cancer cells to travel though the body and spread to other organs. This isn’t new information, it’s been widely known for YEARS.

The article goes on to explain that the first chemotherapy drugs were derived from the same mustard gas used as a weapon in WWI. Sadly, derrivatives are of that are still being used today.

Further on, the author provides a short list of some of the other types of medications which are absolutely known to cause cancer. Common medications, like antibiotics, most widely used cancer treatments, ulcer drugs, anti-depressants, and commonly used meds for a variety of mental illnesses, and allergy medications.

So, let me get this straight. The medical community– the people we pay to give us advice to help us when we’re sick are KNOWINGLY giving drugs that cause cancer, while at the same time BLOCKING the public from using herbs such as sassafras which truly help the body heal itself!?

The powers that be banned sassafras for internal use many years ago because some researcher isolated one particular chemical in the plant. During lab testing it was determined that isolated chemical might, in amounts larger that any person would ever use, *might* cause cancer.

But, it’s completely okay for medical professionals to knowingly give people drugs that are known to absolutely cause cancer in amounts commonly used for treatment.

There is something grossly wrong with our medical system.

What happened to the promise that all physicians make to FIRST, do no harm? Heck, in order to graduate with my degree as a Naturopath, I was required to agree to that simple, basic premise. In my practice, I make sure I live up to that standard every single day, with every single client.

What bothers me the most, isn’t doctors using these drugs. Most doctors are probably unaware of these studies. They are taught in medical school to trust pharmaceutical companies, and that drugs cure and treat illness. I’ve talked to several doctors who have told me they learned nothing of nutrition, herbs, or “natural therapy” in medical school. The bulk of their medical school consisted of symptoms of disease, and the drugs that are used as standard treatments for those diseases.

What bothers me the most is that people.. from researchers, to drug company reps, to doctors to individual patients don’t make the effort to find, read, and understand these studies.

It seems to me that the bulk of the responsibility lies with the patients themselves. Personal responsibility is key in everything — including medical treatment.

Sure, we pay doctors to know things about health and medicine. We pay them to be the experts. But, doctors do NOT deserve blind obedience. They are consultants, not gods. If more people would read medication fact sheets, and independent studies before putting a drug on or in their bodies, I believe that more patients would truly understand the risks of taking a particular medication. At that point they would either decide the risk is acceptable, or they would ask for a different medication or treatment option.

The only way to change and improve the system is for every single person to become fully educated about their health. That means learning everything they can possibly know about any health conditions and medications they take.

Only THEN will the powers that be stop contaminating our food, water, air and health treatments.


  • Cathy
    Posted January 10, 2019 5:21 pm 0Likes

    My physician, now retired, advised his patients to be proactive about their diagnoses and treatments. Ask questions, anything you need/want to know. I have always been told that the cure for what ails us is found in the area where we live. It seems to me that pharma uses a lot of natural i.e. herbs and natural ingredients to produce their products.

    I’m not surprised to learn the info you are sharing here. I guess I thought it was common knowledge. Or maybe I figured it out when my mother’s Alzheimer’s seemed to be the result of blood pressure meds she took for years. My grandmother took them, too. Both had dementia. I am not good about taking pharma. Never have been. So far I am not showing signs of Alzheimer’s.

    So, no. I don’t trust pharma. I don’t trust government.

    • ydavis
      Posted January 11, 2019 11:37 am 0Likes

      It should be common knowledge, Cathy. But, the sad truth is that it’s not. When I hold classes, see clients, or just talk to friends, acquaintances, or random people, I’m always surprised to find that MOST people trust their doctor unconditionally.

      Not to long ago a person contacted me asking for help with his autoimmune disorder. I went over the basics of nutrition, organic food, avoidance of chemicals, and basic movement suggestions with him. A week later, he called me and told me that he had to cancel his next appointment. The reason? His DOCTOR insisted that everything I said was wrong, and he really just needed to take his prescribed medications. The doctor told the man to stop seeing natural practitioners of any sort, because they would “mislead” him, and give him “false hope.”

      That’s why I post articles like this one. My hope is that someone will read it, and their eyes will start to open. That they’ll start to question the government lines that only medicine can cure, and only doctors can help.

  • Anonymous
    Posted January 10, 2019 8:33 pm 0Likes

    I have been diagnosed with immune deficiency and IgG1 and they wanted me to have infusions weekly the every other week the etc until I got to monthly for the rest of my life . I didn’t trust that so I went to a osteopathic and homeopathic physician in Montgomery and now I am on my way to better health and my RSD hasn’t flared up

    • ydavis
      Posted January 11, 2019 11:41 am 0Likes

      I’m glad you’re feeling better. Always trust your instinct and common sense. If you get a minute, and you don’t mine, send me an email with the name and contact info for that Dr. in Montgomery. I’m working on putting together a list of natural minded docs in the area so I have them when I need to refer someone.

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