Breaking Cancer Study: Patients Who Refuse Chemo Live 9 Years Longer
Hardin B. Jones has published a shocking study in the journal Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, where he claims that cancer patients who refuse chemo live longer than those who undergo.
“People who refused treatment lived for an average of twelve and a half years,” Jones said, as reported by News Target. “Those who accepted other kinds of treatment lived on an average of only three years.”
Moreover, a study published its findings in the journal of Clinical Oncology stating that after surveying 22 different cancer cases from the cancer registry data in Australia, chemotherapy only contributed to a 2.3% increase in lifespan, debunking the claims that chemotherapy prolongs life by 5 years.
Additional to the findings mentioned above, chemotherapy also causes series of negative side-effects including nerve damage and a condition known as “chemo brain.”
Mainstream media avoids publishing stories about aggressive chemotherapy endangering the patient’s life and only focus on stories where chemo has a positive outcome. This results in overly-optimistic misconception of the efficiency of cancer treatments.