The truth about cancer

These days I’m listening to a documentary series called The Truth About Cancer (thetruthaboutcancer.com). The series started on October 13th, is continuing until the 24th and the different parts can be screened for free one day at a time (sorry about not telling you earlier).

The series is created by a man who realized that more and more members of his family die from cancer in an ever increasing speed, and that his chances of getting cancer and dying of it are big. That’s why he went out to talk to people who know something about what’s going on, what’s the reason for this huge problem and what we can do about it.

I haven’t had the time to listen every day, but what I’ve heard so far has been very interesting and really eye opening.

There have been interviews with physicians, who talked about what cancer is (they all agree that cancer is not that lump you feel, but it’s a symptom of something going wrong in the body); what we can do about it (most of them agree that the biggest part of cancer patients who officially die of cancer, in reality die long before their time from the side effects of the treatments (operation, radiation, chemo)); that it’s possible to live with cancer for many years; and that we should change our diet before we even consider letting our doctors cut, burn and poison us.

This is intelligent reasoning, and I think that it is huge that the people talking about the terrible failures of conventional medicine are in fact physicians, doctors and professors. Well done!

You still have time a few days to go and listen to the last parts of the series, and if you have somebody in your surroundings who is fighting cancer, the whole series can be bought for 49.50$ I think.

It really is good information, and I will make sure to buy the series and keep an eye on these filmmakers.

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