Study Finds Chemotherapy Ineffective Over 97% of the Time

Shannon BreseJun 9, '151 comment

Another important article that Dr. Morse wanted to share with you all:

A study published in August 2003 revealed that of adult cancer in the USA and Australia, the use of chemotherapy, when looking at adjuvant and curative use, provided a cure only 2.1% of the time in the USA and 2.3% of the time in Australia.

The study undertook a literature search for randomized clinical trials which saw a 5-year survival rate that was attributed solely to cytotoxic chemotherapy in adult malignancies. The data was taken from the cancer registry in Australia and from the Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results data in the USA for 1998. As stated, the final results show that the overall contribution of curative and adjuvant cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults was estimated to be 2.3% in Australia and 2.1% in the USA.

In the video below Dr. Peter Glidden cites the study that concludes better than 97% of the time, chemotherapy does not work. Yet it’s one of the main treatments in the battle against cancer. Dr. Glidden explains why that’s still the case.

Click here to see the video.

Comments (1)

Nick on Jun 11, '15

Of course chemo is ineffective in cancer or anything to help a degenerative condition. Chemo is very acid forming and you are giving it to someone who has and acidic condition which makes the person’s condition worse.When you know the 2 sides of chemistry ,it is easy to understand this.The typical medical profession either does not care or are too willfully ignorant to comprehend this. Pathetic , really!

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