Monday, May 13, 2013

Entelev, CanCell, and Cantron: Yes! Curing cancer since the 1930s

Entelev, CanCell, and Cantron: Not curing cancer since the 1930s

Interesting article that tries to pooh-pooh an alternative therapy for cancer. The only problem is that I have heard from a number of people over the years who have had success with this and other therapies discussed. Additionally, a lot of the discussion that follows illustrates a lot of ignorance that is perpetuated.

The article states "Stomach cancer is, generally speaking, a bad actor. It’s the sort of tumor that’s hard enough to treat even when it’s localized to the stomach, but when it’s metastasized to the liver, as it has in Mr. Mulligan’s case, it’s incurable." So apparently, the author of this line is God and has issued a proclamation that such cancers can not be cured. Either he has not read "Remarkable Recovery" or is possibly just paid to dissuade people from not buying poisons to "cure" their cancer. Again, the author states that this cancer is not curable, so, why do oncologist  charge exhorbitant rates for chemotherapy that make the remainder of people lives completely miserable and almost always shortens it. Sorry, taking poisons is never the answer. It is nothing but pure barbarism.

Regardless, there is a lot of upcoming vindication for Dr. Hulda Clark and several other alternatives such as the zapper.



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