Wishful thinking simply won’t deter from the fact that the cancer industry is just that: an industry.
Doctors, drug companies, hospitals and other key stakeholders profit heavily each time a cancer patient submits to the conventional treatment model, which typically involves injecting chemotherapy poisons into the body, blasting it with ionizing radiation or cutting off body parts — or some barbaric combination of all three.
Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a former professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, Berkeley, had been studying the life spans of cancer patients for more than 25 years when he came to the conclusion that, despite popular belief, chemotherapy doesn’t work. He witnessed a multitude of cancer patients treated with the poison die horrific deaths, many of them meeting their fate much earlier than other patients who chose no treatment at all.
A few number-crunching efforts later and Dr. Jones exposed a fact that the conventional cancer industry doesn’t want the world to know about its multi-billion-dollar cash cow.
“People who refused treatment lived for an average of 12 and a half years,” stated Dr. Jones about his study’s findings, which were published in the journal Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences. “Those who accepted other kinds of treatment lived on an average of only 3 years.”
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An extract from grape seeds can destroy cancer cells, US research suggests.
In lab experiments, scientists found that the extract stimulated leukemia cells to commit suicide.
Within 24 hours, 76% of leukemia cells exposed to the extract were killed off, while healthy cells were unharmed, Clinical Cancer Research reports.
The study raises the possibility of new cancer treatments, but scientists said it was too early to recommend that people eat grapes to ward off cancer.
“What everyone seeks is an agent that has an effect on cancer cells but leaves normal cells alone, and this shows that grapeseed extract fits into this category.” – saysProfessor Xianglin Shi from University of Kentucky.
Grape seeds contain a number of antioxidant plant chemicals, including resveratrol, the “wonder ingredient” in red wine, which is known to have anti-cancer properties.
Previous research has shown that grapeseed extract has an effect on skin, breast, bowel, lung, stomach and prostate cancer cells in the laboratory.
It can also reduce the size of breast tumours in rats and skin tumours in mice, but it has never before been tested on blood cancer.
Earlier this year scientists claimed that resveratrol – found in the skin of red grapes – is a potent anti-ageing compound. In this latest study, US researchers found that grape seed extract strongly activates a protein called JNK which helps to regulate apoptosis.
When the scientists exposed the leukaemia cells to an agent that inhibits JNK, the grape seed extract effect was cancelled out.
Prof Shi exposed leukaemia cells to grape extract in a range of different doses.
One of the higher doses produced a marked effect, causing large numbers of the cells to destroy themselves.
“This is a natural compound that appears to have relatively important properties,” said Prof Shi.