27,000 People Died Of Cancer Today — Prepare For Change – June 18, 2020

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Dr. Mark Sircus,

Across the globe, patients have reported being denied
cancer care, kidney dialysis and urgent transplant
surgeries, with sometimes fatal results.
Zaria Gorvett:

Tomorrow another 27 thousand cancer patients will die. Each year 10 million perish and doctors still cannot tell us why. World health officials do not seem to care. In the United States, by executive order, all nonessential medical procedures were ended to preserve hospital capacity around the country. Where these flatten the curve destroy the world orders were actually sourced is not clear but all over America hospitals emptied, waiting for floods of COVID-19 patients but few arrived. →

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Risky cancer treatments: Doctors advised to educate patients about the heart risks of chemotherapy and radiotherapy — NaturalNews.com – October 23, 2019

(Natural News) When a doctor recommends chemotherapy, many patients agree without asking a lot of questions. Facing cancer is frightening, and it’s understandable that sufferers would want to start taking action to fight it right away. However, there are a lot of risks that come with chemotherapy that should be considered first, and one that isn’t getting the attention it deserves is the danger it poses to heart health. →

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More harm than good: Most men are better off NOT treating prostate cancer — most tumors will not cause harm – November 13, 2017

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(Natural News) We’ve all heard that early detection is vital for many medical conditions, but when it comes to prostate cancer, an Oxford academic has claimed that thousands of men who have the illness would actually be better off if they had never been diagnosed.

According to Professor Freddie Hamdy, many men with slow-growing tumors that hadn’t spread underwent treatment they didn’t need out of sheer anxiety over the presence of the tumor.

He said that a diagnosis prompted many men to feel worried and depressed, opting to get treatment even when it wasn’t in their best interest.