Fabricated data keeps REAL cancer cures out of your hands

I’ve been practicing medicine for nearly half a decade. And I’ll tell you something that it never gets easier for me… or for any doctor.

Telling someone they have cancer.

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you’re entitled to the truth. The entire truth about your prognosis and the best possible treatments to help you beat this terrible disease.

But it looks like the truth has been in pretty short supply lately — especially when it comes to cancer therapies that could add quality years to your life.

In a study just published in Science and Engineering Ethics a Norwegian researcher looked at 40 cancer studies and found that up to one-fourth contained data that had been fabricated. I’m talking about data and findings that were outright lifted from other papers and that researchers passed off as their own — sometimes because they were unable to duplicate the findings.

Now the mainstream is crying foul over this allegation — but I see evidence of it at my own private practice all the time. There are countless drugs and therapies on the market today, from prescription drugs to chemotherapy and radiation, that have been oversold to millions based on shoddy, incomplete — and sometimes outright incorrect — research.

And it’s all in the name of making millions (if not billions) and keeping patients away from safe, affordable and natural anti-cancer therapies I use in my practice every day. Therapies like intravenous vitamin C (IVC).

Ask your typical mainstream cancer doctor about IVC and he’ll probably start making a quacking sound. But IVC has been studied for the better part of a century to treat everything from cancer to common bacterial infections. One of its greatest cheerleaders was Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling, and in a study just last year researchers found it killed cancer cells while leaving healthy tissue unharmed.

And that’s more than you can say for most of the other mainstream cancer treatments on the market.

Doctors at the University of Kansas Medical Center have even developed an IVC protocol that is used at my clinic — and many other integrative medicine centers — to treat cancer and to support other traditional cancer therapies.

It may be years before the mainstream finally wakes up to IVC, but that’s a wait that anyone with cancer shouldn’t have to endure. If you or someone you love is battling cancer, ask your doctor about IVC and look for practitioners in your market who offer it.

Because you deserve the very best care available to you. And the truth about treatments that could help save your life.

Wishing you the best of health,

Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld
Editor
Nutrition & Healing
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Sources:

Study claims 1 in 4 cancer research papers contains faked data, arstechnica.com

IV Vitamin C Boosts Chemo’s Cancer-Fighting Power?, webmd.com

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