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SILA BACA DAN SAMPAIKAN KEPADA KAWAN/SAUDARA ANDA INFO BERKENAAN KIMOTHERAPI DAN KANSER.(ARE CHEMOTHERAPY SAVE??)

Chemotherapy adakah selamat untuk anda?

“Gonadal function was studied in two groups of children previously treated for medulloblastoma…In group one, but not in group two, the children also received adjuvant chemotherapy (BCNU or CCNU plus vincristine in four and procarbazine in three patients). The nine children in group one showed clinical and biochemical evidence of gonadal damage… In group two, each child…(developed) normally…We conclude that nitrosoureas (chemotherapy) was responsible for the gonadal damage…”

– Ahmed SR, Shalet SM, Campbell RH, Deakin DP. Primary gonadal damage following treatment of brain tumors in childhood. J Pediatr 1983 Oct; 103(4): 562-5.

-1984-

Oncologists may not count dead children in their statistics: The next year, several chemo drugs including vincristine, and etoposide, are administered to children in another chemo experiment. Etoposide is the fourth and last drug in the chemo cocktail they would administer to Alexander fourteen years later.

-1985-

Oncologists admit that chemo is ineffective: A year later, after trying out all the various chemo drugs on children, a group of pediatric oncologists admit that the role of chemotherapy is “unclear, ” that “responses are generally transient,” and “virtually no cures are reported.” They also admit again that an “active” drug (a drug that may temporarily shrink a tumor) has no relationship to a cure.

-1987-

Oncologists admit that chemo is ineffective and increases the risk of infection: “The (survival) rate was not improved by the chemotherapy program. An increased risk of infection was associated with the chemotherapy.”

Jenkin RD, Boesel C, Ertel I, Evans A, Hittle R, Ortega J, Sposto R, Wara W, Wilson C, Anderson J, et al. Brain-stem tumors in childhood: a prospective randomized trial of irradiation with and without adjuvant CCNU, VCR, and prednisone. A report of the Children’s Cancer Study Group. J Neurosurg 1987 Feb; 66(2): 227-33.

The fact that chemotherapy actually causes cancer should be of no surprise to the oncologists. The chemotherapy they gave Alexander and thousands of other children is listed as “Known Human Carcinogens” by the National Institute of Health, the National Cancer Institute and the FDA.

In fact, cyclophosphamide was listed as a “Known Human Carcinogen” by the First Annual Report on Carcinogens published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 1980. In addition, there are four other chemotherapy compounds on that list.

Furthermore, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer lists ten chemotherapy agents including cyclophosphamide and all alkylating agents as “Materials known to be carcinogenic to humans.”

It is hard to believe that oncologists would be injecting known human carcinogens into children with cancer. But, that is exactly what they are doing. They should not feign surprise when the children begin developing secondary cancers.

This is what happened to Alexander. His first cancer was medulloblastoma. After three months of chemotherapy the cancer returned as 30 separate tumors. At that point the doctors called it “leptomeningeal sarcoma.”

-1991-

Chemo leads to destruction of hearing, infertility and secondary cancers.

– Complications of chemotherapy include,“permanent hearing impairment secondary to cisplatin, infertility and an increased risk of second primary neoplasms.”

– Allen JC: Complications of chemotherapy in patients with brain and spinal cord tumors. Pediatr Neurosurg 1991-92; 17(4): 218-24

-1993-

The chemo is not the problem, it’s the children who are at fault: It’s 1993 and the oncologists have a new strategy – blame the victim. The drugs are exactly the same. Now, the problem isn’t that the chemotherapy is worthless. The problem is the children. They just have a poor prognosis.

“Children younger than 5 years who have PNET have a poor prognosis.”

Goldwein JW, Radcliffe J, Packer RJ, Sutton LN, Lange B, Rorke LB, D’Angio GJ. Results of a pilot study of low-dose craniospinal radiation therapy plus chemotherapy for children younger than 5 years with primitive neuroectodermal tumors. Cancer 1993 Apr 15; 71(8): 2647-52.

Today, according to the oncologists, children on chemotherapy have their brain cancers return in an average of 5-7 months. With chemo, Alexander lived a little more than five months from when he was diagnosed and he had all his tumor removed.

Incredibly, the children operated on 70 and 80 years ago already beat Alexander in terms of survival, but if these kids had had the benefit of a modern surgery they might have lived even longer. Who knows how long these children would have lived if they had been given a modern operation?

This suggested that chemotherapy was shortening children’s lives, not lengthening them!

-1998-

But even after these admissions that “virtually no cures are reported” with chemo in 1985, that chemo is “controversial” in 1991, “unproven” in 1993, and provides “a poor rate of survival and high treatment associated morbidity (i.e. side effects)” in 1997, nothing changes.

Here we are in 1998. The children are still getting the same drugs. The children die of the disease or the chemo itself. The conclusion is that the treatment doesn’t work. How many dead children did it take to reach that conclusion? What’s worse is that even with that conclusion, the oncologists continue to use these drugs on children….

 

more info at

helplineenterprise.wordpress.com/2008/03/04/kajian-sains-tentang-barah-dan-tranfer-factor/

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