Using Chemotherapy Drugs to Reduce Blood Platelets

Executive Summary This article covers the use of chemotherapy is to bring down blood platelets. Introduction One of the applications for chemotherapy is when platelets are too high, which is a disease called Thrombocythemia. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because of two…

How Chemotherapy Drugs Cannot Specifically Target Cancer Cells

Executive Summary Chemotherapy patients are given the distinct impression that chemotherapy can target their cancer cells. Introduction One of the often repeated claims by oncologists is that chemotherapy can specifically target cancer cells. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because of two potential…

The Questionable Effectiveness of New Chemotherapy Drugs

Executive Summary The drug approval process has become so corrupt that there is little evidence for the effectiveness of new chemotherapy drugs. Introduction It is very easy for chemotherapy drugs to be approved — and there is little control over keeping ineffective chemotherapy drugs from being put into clinical use. Wait One Second… Why is…

The Medical Establishment Calls The Benefits of Not Using Chemotherapy Customized Treatment

Executive Summary Medicine can say that a treatment is effective, only to backtrack on what they said before, and still manage to present their errors as a massive success story. Introduction It never ceases to amaze me how the medical establishment can cast the ineffective treatments they change course on as success stories. One example…

How Chemotherapy Often Causes Metastasis

Executive Summary Surprisingly, a strong relationship exists between chemotherapy driving the spread of cancer. In this article, we examine the connection. Introduction Something never discussed by the medical establishment is why metastasis so often follows chemotherapy. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text instead of the article because…

How The New York Times Provides Inaccurate PR for Chemotherapy

Executive Summary The following article is an example of false information pushed through a prestigious publication by providers of chemotherapy services. Introduction Chemotherapy was misused on breast cancer patients until it was finally proven to be a poor treatment. This article shows how cancer centers and the medical establishment changed this story to be instead…

The Shocking Average Cost of New Cancer Drugs

Executive Summary New cancer drugs are amazing in both the consistency of their average cost and how high that cost is. Introduction If one looks at the normal drug market, one sees corruption in that the pharma companies create financial incentives for MDs to prescribe on-patent drugs for which there are better generic alternatives. However,…

How Hospitals Buy Up Oncologists Offices to Increase Cancer Treatment Costs

Executive Summary Hospitals that market how they care about cancer patients buy up oncologists’ offices and increase patient treatment costs. Introduction After spending so much time visiting the websites of cancer centers at hospitals and hearing about how much they care about their patients, it was interesting to learn that purchasing oncologists’ offices to remove…

How Oncologists Lie About Their Profits From Chemotherapy Drugs

Executive Summary The average markup on chemotherapy drugs by cancer centers is published and known. This does not stop oncologists from providing false information on the topic. Introduction In this article, we get analyze quotes from an oncologist on the margins of chemotherapy drugs. Before reading this article, you can read the actual margins on…

How Chemocare Provides Inaccurate Information About Chemotherapy

Executive Summary Chemocare is a website that provides censored information about chemotherapy to encourage patients to use chemotherapy. Introduction Chemocare is a website by the Cleveland Clinic that just so happens to make a lot of money by providing chemotherapy treatment. Wait One Second… Why is The Article Not Viewable? You are seeing this text…