What is your reason for joining Chemo Will Kill you (CWKU)?
I am a member of Freelee's 30 BaD site, and she invited me to join this site.
I am fascinated by things to do with medicine, human anatomy and physiology, and the pharmaceutical industry. I want to learn natural ways to treat the human conditon and problems.
I hope that I can both contribute and learn from this site.
When it comes to Chemo and Cancer - would you like to learn most about?
Can we live with cancer and not die as the chemo industry would like us to believe?
PK The Planetarian
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"You might think ok what about medical school, doctors have high debts so they need high salaries. Yet, considering doctor's pay, medical school isn't all that expensive.
"Specifically the 2012 the median debt at graduation was…"
"I really love this photo, thanks for sharing ednshell. Here's a chart of doctor's salaries:
As you can see many doctors make around $200,000 a year. With the lowest Psychologist, still making…"
Patients with no treatment for cancer have a surprisingly high survival rate. Personally, after seeing and hearing what chemotherapy does to people, even if I'm not completely sold on the idea of diet, no treatment is a viable option. From the below links, you can see that the 10 year survival rate is low, but when you take into account "The 10-year, disease-specific survival rate was 86.8%" JAMA. 1992 Apr…See More
"Found another example of how chemotherapy is less effective than a placebo.
As you can see the untreated patients have a 2% lower chance of survival for the first two years. An uninformed person might be like great, treatment for the win. Hold, on…"