“According to an oncology journal, the overall five-year cure rate of medical doctors (i.e. oncologists), on newly diagnosed cancer patients, is 3% (Clinical Oncology (2004) 16: 549-560).
Let me say this another way: in five years after diagnosis, 97% of the cancer patients of the medical community are dead.
You probably think that this “cure rate” is excellent because cancer is such a mysterious disease and it is so hard to cure. You have been told that DNA damage is what causes cancer and that it will be 50 years before a cure for cancer will be found.
The truth is that the 3% cure rate is inexcusable. If you can safely target and kill cancer cells, what difference does it make that cancer cells have DNA damage!! Killing sick cells should be easy, even if they have DNA damage.
Is there proof that someone has had a cure rate higher than 3%?
Dr. William D. Kelley, a cancer researcher, worked with more than 33,000 cancer patients and his five-year cure rate on newly diagnosed cancer patients was about 90%, not 3%.”
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