CHEMOTHERAPY ACTUALLY CAUSES CANCER, STUDY SAYS

According to scientific studies published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, chemotherapy may actually cause more cancer than it supposedly cures.

In the latest study, it was shown that patients who were subjected to chemotherapy were 14 times more likely to develop leukemia than patients who had not undergone the controversial treatment.

Cases involving more than 10,000 patients with Hodgkin's disease -- dating from 1940 through 1987 -- were reviewed for the research project. Although the treatment was successful in treating some cases of Hodgkin's disease, it significantly increased the risk of leukemia.

Chemotherapy was also associated with a six times greater risk of developing cancer of the bones, joints, and soft tissue.

SOURCES: Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Vol. 87, No. 10, May 17, 1995, pp. 732-41. "Incidence of second cancers In patients treated for Hodgkin's disease," by Boivin, Jean-Francois, et al.

Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Vol. 87, No. 10, May 17, 1995, pp. 705-06. " "Body wars: effect of friendly fire (cancer therapy)." by Boice, John D. and Travis, Lois B.

Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Oct 5, 1994 v86 n19 p1450(8). "Incidence of second cancers in patients treated for Hodgkin's disease," by Travis, Lois B.

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I have read about it. Actually, i read a thread or post on this same forum about a woman who undergone chemo and just made the situation worse. Poor lady. Anyway, thanks for the heads up.