Polls and questionnaires show that three doctors out of four (75 per cent)
would refuse any chemotherapy because of its ineffectiveness against the
disease and its devastating effects on the entire human organism.
Dr. Tullio Simoncini, Oncologist
Alan Greenspan dismissed as a “collectivist” myth the idea that businessmen, left to their own devices, “would attempt to sell unsafe food and drugs, fraudulent securities, and shoddy buildings.” On the contrary, he declared, “it is in the self-interest of every businessman to have a reputation for honest dealings and a quality product.” Greenspan was proven wrong. Cancer is a huge business and we do find pharmaceutical companies, medical and health officials, doctors and hospitals attempting to sell us drugs and hospital procedures that are dangerous and ineffective.
There is no shortage of hard evidence that shows how big pharmaceutical companies hide the dangers of drugs, never publishing results we have the right to know. The matter of unpublished research is a serious one. When doctors make mistakes people die and the withholding of information leads us to make mistakes.
When you read that FDA regulators said Glaxo hasn't adequately alerted physicians to Tykerb's risks, including reduced pumping action of the heart's lower left chamber you are reading about a common tendency in orthodox allopathic medicine. Your doctor will almost always understate the risks and dangers of the drugs, tests, radiation and surgery. And just as these same regulators also cited Glaxo for exaggerating the effectiveness of their drug Tykerb, your doctor will also exaggerate the effectiveness of what he is going to suggest to you.
Much of what we find in orthodox oncology is fraudulent medical science leading to shoddy medical practice. Instead of honest open dealings many oncologists are impossible to communicate with and this arrogance makes it very difficult to think straight and decide on reasonable treatment.
Actually we are the most conditioned, programmed beings the world has ever known and believe just about anything fed to us through the media, especially in the area of medicine. There are people who know this and pray upon our vulnerabilities. Our thoughts and attitudes have been shaped through many years of continuous propaganda . . .
. . . Modern oncologists are trained agents of the pharmaceutical giants.
When it comes to the trust issue one should never forget who built and
ran the Auschwitz concentration camp. So great did I.G. Farben (then
the greatest pharmaceutical firm in the world) regard the postwar
potential of the Auschwitz project that it decided to make an unusual
gamble on its future. Rather than let the German government finance the
building of the installations, the I.G. directors voted to put up the
funds to make I.G. Auschwitz a privately owned I.G. enterprise and to
assume the entire risk and thus of course the entire responsibility... READ FULL ARTICLE HERE (IT TAKES QUITE AN INTERESTING TURN!)