Imagine millions of patients being strapped to examination tables while doctors zap them with devices that shrink their brains.
This is exactly how the mainstream is treating cancer right now.
And if you’re not careful, you could be the next victim.
A study, published in the journal Neurology, shows how radiation and chemotherapy literally rot away your brain.
For the study, researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Centre enrolled 14 patients who were scheduled to receive chemo and radiation over 35 weeks for brain cancer.
It took just a few weeks for these patients to start losing grey matter and for their brains to shrink. The treatments were even destroying parts of the brain that are used to make new cells.
But here’s the worst part — the negative effects stayed with the patients long after the chemo and radiation treatments had ended.
Researchers said they were surprised by the findings — but how could they be?
Spend five minutes with someone suffering through the torture of chemo and radiation and it’s obvious their brains are being poisoned. They have trouble concentrating, remembering basic facts, and even speaking.
Plus, both chemo and radiation have been proven to cause debilitating headaches and even seizures.
It’s amazing to me that the mainstream keeps relying on these treatment methods that promise to cure your cancer while destroying your quality of life.
There are plenty of promising alternative cancer treatments — like intravenous vitamin C (IVC) — that are used by alternative doctors like me to beat cancer.
Of course, IVC doesn’t rake in billions for some pharmaceutical company, so most people never hear about them.
Before you agree to any cancer treatment, you owe it to yourself to get a second opinion and research alternative therapies. Using your brain a little just may keep the mainstream from destroying it.
Wishing you the best of health,
Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld
Nutrition & Healing
MGH study reveals effects of combined radiation and chemotherapy on the brain tissue of glioblastoma patients, news-medical.net