Breast Cancer? Beware of This LIE!
Unfortunately, mainstream medicine is Big Business.
And the only way they make money is by profiting off of sick people…
Like putting you on synthetic drugs for the rest of your life (when lifestyle changes could eliminate the need for the drug) … or putting you under the knife (when something like physical therapy could fix the problem).
And the cancer industry is the worst offender.
Case in point, a recent study has shown that women with breast cancer are being dramatically overtreated.
It showed that giving this popular treatment at just a FRACTION of the dose was just as effective as the full course.
Researchers looked at 2,298 women with breast cancer in 10 different countries who received one of two therapies:
- Target therapy during surgery, or
- Standard course radiation.
Targeted therapy involves a single, targeted dose of radiation inside the breast that occurs at the time the tumor is removed.
This allows the radiation to be applied directly on the site of the cancer. It also means that the women won’t have to return to the hospital for any additional treatments.
On the other hand, standard course radiation can involve 15 to 30 hospital visits for standard radiation.
The researchers followed the women for 10 years to see which form of radiation was more effective.
The study showed that 80 percent of the women benefitted from the shorter course of treatment.
In other words, for the majority of women, just ONE COURSE of radiation could be as effective as standard radiation, which can take as many as 30!
In addition, after 5 years, the women who received the targeted therapy were less likely to have died from other cancers, lung problems, or heart disease.
And as you can imagine, the shorter treatment also had fewer side effects of standard radiation, like pain and changes in the appearance of the breast.
The takeaway here is that when it comes to cancer treatment, more is not necessarily better. It’s important to know that there are options—and that some might be better than others based on your specific type of cancer.
Before blindly getting sucked into the system, talk to your doctor about the best way forward for YOU.
P.S. If you or a loved one are fighting breast cancer, you’ll want to go here and read about the popular drink that can UP your risk of dying from breast cancer a staggering 85%.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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