Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy may be doing themselves more harm than good, a new study has revealed.
Chemotherapy is one of the main forms of treatment offered to cancer patients, although the side effects can be very severe and often worse than the symptoms of the cancer itself.
And now, a study by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine has shown that chemotherapy can help disperse the cancer cells throughout the body, helping it spread more easily.
The study, named Neoadjuvant chemotherapy induces breast cancer metastasis through a TMEM-mediated mechanism showed how chemotherapy my be the cause of new tumors in patients who develop secondary cancers.
The process is known as Metastasis, and it happens when a patient with cancer in one part of the body then develops tumors in other parts around the body.
The researchers, George S. Karagiannis, Jessica M. Pastoriza, Yarong Wang, Allison S. Harney, et all, suggest that though chemotherapy may shrink a cancerous tumor, but it simply sends the cancer cells off into other parts of the body to rebuild into yet additional destructive tumors.
Chemotherapy is a very expensive treatment, costing around $10,000 per treatment. This makes vast amounts of money for the healthcare system which advises patients on such treatments.
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With the research and findings hitting you in the face, prescribing chemotherapy to any cancer patient should be considered a crime. Especially when we know of dozens of natural treatments that are much more effective, and don?t cause tumors to spread.
If you know anyone who is currently about to receive chemotherapy, share this info with them.