“Chemotherapy develops cancer, instead of fighting it”. This is the conclusion of a study of Fred Hutchinson, Institute for the Development of Cancer Therapy.
“Cancer treatment can develop metastases – damage of the tumour blood vessels with medication makes the conditions right for the spread of cancer cells”, writes Wissenschaft-aktuell.de
“In the field of oncology, We have had many years of disastrous treatment results. We have treated patients with chemical weapons for many years and the said chemotherapy which has not reached its tumour cell target has instead polluted the body. The progress has been negligible.” Mr Pfundner, managing director of Roche Deutchland (worldwide market leader for cancer medication) in an interview with the newspaper ‘Die Welt’.
The renamed newspaper Clinical Oncology reports in 2004 on the work of three Australian professors, who have evaluated the data of clinical studies involving chemotherapy in the last 20 years in Australia (72,964 patients) and in the USA (154,971). The conclusion was very sobering -only 2.3% of the patients in Australia and only 2.1% of the patients in the USA benefitted from chemotherapy, when a five year survival period was taken into account.
“Studies which can indicate that patient has a greater chance of survival through chemotherapy have not been carried out. In the case of all chemotherapy studies, new cell poisoning was merely compared with old”. Epidemologist Ulrich Abel from the Cancer Research Centre in Heidelberg.