How the Medical Establishment Misrepresents the Progress Against Cancer

Executive Summary

  • The medical establishment continually promotes the idea that significant progress is being made against cancer.
  • What is left out is the many-decade failures of cancer research.


There is an enormous exaggeration on the part of the medical establishment on the topic of cancer incidence and treatment outcomes. It is clear that the medical establishment feels no ethical obligation to present the progress honestly but instead chooses to engage in exaggeration to increase the number of resources it can receive in the form of public funding, as well as business from individual cancer patients.

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