Thursday, September 08, 2011

If Technology is Advancing Exponentially, Why Does Oncology Remain in the Dark Ages?

Cancer's been around forever, it seems, yet very little progress has occured in its treatement. In fact, more people than ever are getting cancer, and, very often, the prescribed treatment: chemotherapy, is more lethal than the disease. Not to mention, the mental anguish, physical suffering, and poor quality of life cancer patients are encouraged to endure by almost every doctor who talk or scare them into undergoing chemotherapy.

So, if technology is advancing exponentially, why does oncology remain in the "dark ages"? Could it be the economics behind chemotherapy? In other words, cancer is big business, and healthy individuals interfere with the profit mechanism that depends on the proliferation of cancer patients. Something as simple and cheap as baking soda and sunshine is a complete anathema to the cancer industry. Promoting baking soda as an alternative treatment for cancer plunders the profits of the parasitic industries who sell themselves as our friends.

On the other hand, what do you have to lose from considering alternatives to this extraordinary costly, and barbaric form of cancer treatment that oncologists push today? Nothing, especially if you consider it before the "industry" gets a chance to wrap its parasitic tentacles around you.

When in doubt, ask yourself, cui bono ("To whose benefit?"). The answer is simple. The unscrupulous powers that work to maintain the status quo of the medical and pharmaceutical industry at any cost, including the lives of millions of people.

Dr. Tullio Simoncini scrapped the current cancer paradigm and started from scratch. His findings show cancer is caused by the progression of a fungus called Candida Albicans. Based on this hypothesis, Dr. Simoncini treats cancer with sodium bicarbonate, the most potent enemy of fungi, and his rate of success is encouraging.

And finally, a man named Vito Johnston, who claimed to have cured stage 4 prostate cancer with Baking Soda Molasses Cancer Protocol Solutions.


Anonymous,  23:03  

Thanks for posting this. I lost my best friend, not to the cancer he was diagnosed with, but to chemotherapy. The sad thing was that he was in the beginning stages of cancer and I firmly believe if he had refused chemo, he would be alive today.

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