Patients getting intravenous chemotherapy

Most telling, according to Ralph Moss in his book Questioning Chemotherapy, is that in a good number of surveys, chemotherapists have responded that they would neither recommend chemotherapy for their families nor would they use it themselves. Dr Dan Harper reported about an unpublished cohort study in which it was revealed that only 9% of oncologists took chemotherapy for their own cancers.

Let’s hear from a couple of physicians and doctors who have not yet succumbed to the heavy hand of the cancer industry:

…as a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.

– Alan C Nixon, PhD, former president of the American Chemical Society.
Walter Last, writing in The Ecologist, reported recently:

“After analysing cancer survival statistics for several decades, Dr Hardin Jones, Professor at the University of California, concluded “…patients are as well, or better off untreated.”

Jones’ disturbing assessment has never been refuted.

Professor Charles Mathe declared:

“If I contracted cancer, I would never go to a standard cancer treatment centre. Cancer victims who live far from such centres have a chance.”
“Many medical oncologists recommend chemotherapy for virtually any tumor, with a hopefulness undiscouraged by almost invariable failure,”


Albert Braverman MD 1991 Lancet 1991 337 p901 “Medical Oncology in the 90s.

“Most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy. Chemotherapy does not eliminate breast, colon, or lung cancers. This fact has been documented for over a decade, yet doctors still use chemotherapy for these tumors,”

Allen Levin, MD UCSF The Healing of Cancer.
Additionally, Irwin Bross, a biostatistician for the National Cancer Institute, discovered that many cancers that are benign (though thought to be malignant) and will not metastasize until they are hit with chemotherapy. In other words, he’s found that many people who’ve been diagnosed with metastatic cancer did not have metastatic cancer until they got their chemotherapy.
Patrick Swayze was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in March 2008. Although there are successful treatments for pancreatic cancer, like GcMAF,  they were concealed from him, the usual practice for oncologists. They gave him chemotherapy and he died in September 2009.