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Whoops! Study Accidentally Finds Chemotherapy Makes Cancer Far Worse
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27851371:MV8yMDUyOTY2XzM0NTA4Mzk0XzlBNTUxOUU5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1271534:MV8yMDUyOTY2XzM0NTA4MjQwXzI5NTRDOThB] ...and the terrible part is if you suggest anything is wrong with taking chemo to a family member with cancer(or even if they are just at risk) they will quickly attack you and label you as not having their best interests in mind...[/quote] They will just tell you: "That's Hippie Talk!" and go back to worshiping authority [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0psJhQHk_GI[/youtube] Long term effects of chemo on childhood cancer survivors: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/990815-overview [/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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