r. Hardin B. Jones focused his studies on the issues related to cancer for more than two decades. His findings, eventually, brought some shocking conclusion. He once worked as a professor of medical physics and physiology at the famous Berkeley College, and spent more than 20 years of his life studying the effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients and analyzing their life expectancy.
He suggests that the only objective of the cancer industry is profit, which is shared among Big Pharma, doctors, healthcare facilities and other participants in this industry. Therefore, whenever some patient accepts to practice regular cancer treatment, this whole industry profits.
The conventional cancer treatments consist of taking chemotherapy toxins in the system, radiating the body with ions or removal of certain body parts, or a combination of all methods, in a great number of cases. According to statistics, even those that scientists are ignoring or hiding it for some reason, chemotherapy is an ineffective method when it comes to curing cancer.
Dr. Jones states that most people suffering from cancer exposed to chemotherapy end their lives in great pain. Moreover, he believes that cancer patients who practice chemotherapy will most likely die faster and in greater pain compared to patients who have chosen any other treatment or have rejected to undergo a treatment.
In fact, Dr. Jones states that patients who don’t practice chemotherapy live about 12 years longer (on average) compared to those who follow this therapy.
As a result of his long research, he concluded that conventional cancer therapy reduces life expectancy and accelerates the deterioration of the system. Even though it is aware of this fact, the cancer industry ignores is as it is a billion-dollar industry. Mass media are covering up this because of their connections with the cancer industry.
This study was published in the reputable New York Academy of Sciences journal. Its findings state that breast cancer patients that don’t receive chemotherapy manage to live four times longer compared to those who receive it, and patients who thought that chemotherapy is the best choice usually die three years after they were diagnosed with cancer, and in some cases, even after a month or two.
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