It’s no wonder there is such confusion surrounding cancer and cancer treatment. This excerpt comes directly from the National Cancer Institute and, in my opinion, is incredibly misleading. CHEMO DOES NOT CURE CANCER. Chemo kills cells. Good ones right along with the bad ones. The rest of the “job” is up to the miraculous nature of the human body to reproduce healthy cells and (hopefully) lead to recovery. Unfortunately, a reported 62% of the people who die while undergoing chemotherapy die from complications to a broken immune system directly attributed to the ill-effects of chemo.
I can’t say whether or not I would ever consider undergoing chemotherapy if I was handed down bad news about my body BUT I can say that I’d go into “treatment” (NOT cures) with an open and knowledgeable mind.
|What is chemotherapy?||Chemotherapy (also called chemo) is a type of cancer treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells.|
|How does chemotherapy work?||Chemotherapy works by stopping or slowing the growth of cancer cells, which grow and divide quickly. But it can also harm healthy cells that divide quickly, such as those that line your mouth and intestines or cause your hair to grow. Damage to healthy cells may cause side effects. Often, side effects get better or go away after chemotherapy is over.|
|What does chemotherapy do?||Depending on your type of cancer and how advanced it is, chemotherapy can:
Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel price in 1931 for his discovery of the root cause of cancer and all other chronic disease. In summary, the root cause is “acidosis” aka too much acid in the body. He further reported that disease cannot survive in an alkaline body but that it thrives in an acidic environment. Sounds like an ounce of prevention to me!
In addition to maintaining a healthy, high alkaline diet to the extent possible, drinking restructured, hexogonal water will DRASTICALLY improve the alkaline state of the human body. Yes…there is science to prove it and I’m happy to share it with you. They say that “knowledge is golden”…in this case it could be life saving.
CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS AT WATER…
ONE DROP AT A TIME!
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