Chemo will Kill you

What the 'professionals' won't tell you...

Just want to share some inspiration someone shared with me! :)


I invite you to read it slowly and contemplate its truth deeply.
Enjoy the journey! 
—Luke Sartor


Health is the most desirable possession of mankind. It is the most precious, yet, to some, the most elusive of all possessions. Without its presence all other gifts are but as the feeble flickering of tapers compared with the power and glory of the midday sun, which it represents. The possession of health makes life a perpetual joy. Nothing daunts the man and woman possessed of health —nothing overawes, nothing discourages, nothing overpowers. It is the constant source of untold pleasures— pleasures incalculable, and yet seldom appreciated until they are gone. Health means vim, vigor, snap and energy. Health means clarity and strength of mind; purity and beauty of soul. The healthy person is unconscious of discomfort; he rises superior to it— is absolutely the monarch of all he surveys. He dominates life instead of allowing it to dominate him. He is unconscious of the parts of his body or the functions they perform. He is a unit—a being—a man, whole, complete, vigorous, perfect, happy—because healthy. To such a man work is a joy; obstacles but opportunities for endeavor; difficulties but a means of enlarged triumph. He knows no weariness, no languor, no lassitude, no exhaustion, except the healthy weariness and exhaustion, easily recuperated, that comes from pleasurably exerted strength and vigor. He is a radiating center of life —physical, mental, spiritual. To grasp his hand is a pleasure, to gaze into his eyes a joy, to hear his voice is to feel a thrill, and to peer into his mind is to be stimulated to higher achievement. Health plus, all things else being equal, is what makes the champion, the expert, the “Captain,” in any and every line. It supplies the courage, the daring, the boldness, the aggressiveness of life. It is what makes initiative possible, bulldog pertinacity effective, and achievement assured.
— Bernarr MacFadden

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RawVeganGamer replied to The Nut Lady's discussion Healing cancer from the inside out
"At 1:19 there is a bunch of peer reviewed sources, its hard to read them all here is 18. Impact of efforts to increase participation in repetitive screenings for early breast cancer detection. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1530069/"
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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…"
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"I really love this photo, thanks for sharing ednshell. Here's a chart of doctor's salaries: http://www1.salary.com/Doctor-Salary.html As you can see many doctors make around $200,000 a year. With the lowest Psychologist, still making…"
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Scholarly peer reviewed statics on untreated patients

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
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RawVeganGamer replied to The Nut Lady's discussion Healing cancer from the inside out
"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…"
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