"ann bishop" <***@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message news:1gipjjp.fq8lnz1ywswqmNfirstname.lastname@example.org...
| Newbie <***@probably.fake.email.net.zzz> wrote:
| > "ann bishop" <***@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
| > | 25% doesn't sound too crash hot to me.
| > | I don't watch the lovely Ray so I didn't see the interview.
| > As he gets lots of patients
| > for whom medical science
| > has failed, telling them to
| > go home to die...
| > 25% chance to live > 0%
| I have a friend who after chemotherapy was sent home to die,told he had
| six months to live,left his job gave large amounts of money to his
| Guess what? 10 years later he's broke but alive and well no sign of the
| lymphoma(sp?)he went into remission,so these remissions have to be
| factored into this doctors results as I assume most of his patients have
| already been through accepted therapies before they start his.
Those 'exceptions' are very rare, while he cures 25-30% using
a glucose blocking agent + microwaves at specific frequencies,
and close to 50% if x-ray radiation treatment is also used in
conjunction with the first treatment.
Chemo kills many before the cancer does
and permanently damages the organs
of many survivors also, while the
above doctors treatments have
no known side effects.
Chemo can also reduce the effectiveness
of the doctors treatment, depending on
the amount of chemo and the type
of cancer involved.
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