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Message Subject Whoops! Study Accidentally Finds Chemotherapy Makes Cancer Far Worse
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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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!
 Quoting: Vision Thing

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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21864521

May I ask what kind of scan?

I saw a program where a doctor mentioned that a person receiving a CT scan was being exposed to anywhere from 100 to 500 x-rays as a result of that one scan. He then went on to say that the individual could potentially end up with cancer from that scan inside of a decade or two. So I did some checking online and found quite a bit of information on not only the cancer risks of CT scans but also many other diagnostic procedures that are routinely done.

X-rays from a single full-body CT scan give a dose of radiation similar to cancer-associated radiation doses in A-bomb survivors, finds David J. Brenner, PhD, director of Columbia University's center for radiological research.

[link to www.cbsnews.com]

One study projected 1,200 new cancer cases based on the 2.2 million CT scans done for lower-back pain in the U.S. in 2007.

[link to www.consumerreports.org]

Here's a chart on the amount of radiation from different types of scans.

[link to www.aradnj.com]

You didn't mention what type of scan you had, but a lot of medical procedures now use radiation. The risks of getting cancer may be small but it's best to avoid ANY unnecessary exposure.
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