Doctors Claim They Saw An “Excellent Response” To Patrick Swayze’s Cancer Treatments

Back in 2008, the world famous actor Patrick Swayze was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. From then on, the media reported 24/7 about his state and everyone was up to date with his the progress of the disease. The crushing results of the heavy treatment could be seen on the photographs. Two years after the diagnosis, the public got even more devastating news – the beloved actor lost the fight. It is actually a usual pattern for pancreatic cancer patients. The most they get to live after the diagnosis is 2 years. Patrick’s doctors publicly boasted of Swayze’s treatments, as if they represented the gold standard of medical care. Well, we can all see the “miraculous” results on the images below. Swayze died on September 14th, 2009, of medicide.

“Because of his excellent response, he [Swayze] will continue the same therapy at Stanford” proudly stated Swayze’s oncologist Dr. George Fisher. Good job, Mister Fisher.

“Less than 25 percent of patients with pancreatic cancer that has spread survive a year after diagnosis, and yet Swayze is proof that it is possible. Oh, is he?

“Patrick has a very limited amount of disease and he appears to be responding well to treatment thus far.” Right.

Isn’t it odd that patient’s death is accelerated after the treatments? Isn’t is disgusting how the people who shoved those poisonous medicines in Swayze’s body are still patting themselves on the backs and cashing their checks? Untreated patients live longer and somewhat better, and on top of that the results are always better with alternative (non-poisonous) remedies. Ironically enough, Swayze would have lived longer and better if he had treated his cancer with cigarettes.

The beloved actor is yet another victim on the long list of people who made the common mistake of seeking poisonous treatments from allopathic doctors. What’s even sadder, many will continue to repeat his mistake.


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