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Whoops! Study Accidentally Finds Chemotherapy Makes Cancer Far Worse
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 21864521:MV8yMDUyOTY2XzM0NTA1NzUwX0M0RUVFMkZE] [quote:Vision Thing:MV8yMDUyOTY2XzM0NTA1Njc4X0Y5QzE2MjdB] I'm convinced you can have cancer and never know it and recover just fine on your own without any clue that you ever had cancer. once the doctors get ahold of you, good luck. Stay away from them and their diagnoses and their drugs! [/quote] I wonder if you are right, I had an experience about four years ago ...I found a lump, went to a doctor and she couldnt find it...so I had a scan and they couldnt find it, yet I could...easily and everytime. I changed my diet a little and that little grain of rice that was out of place eventually disappeared. The change in my diet was small...no bread. I eat pretty well. [/quote]
A team of researchers looking into why cancer cells are so resilient accidentally stumbled upon a far more important discovery. While conducting their research, the team discovered that chemotherapy actually heavily damages healthy cells and subsequently triggers them to release a protein that sustains and fuels tumor growth. Beyond that, it even makes the tumor highly resistant to future treatment.
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