Chemotherapy may be the cornerstone of conventional cancer treatment, but that doesn't mean it's good for you. Studies continue to demonstrate that chemo isn't all it's cracked up to be. In addition to worsening quality of life, past research has shown that up to 50 percent of patients on chemo will die — from the drugs, and not their cancer.
Some research even shows that chemo spreads cancer, instead of stopping it. The toxicity of chemotherapy is well documented; scientists have known for years that a number of chemo drugs are actually carcinogenicthemselves.
Even the American Cancer Society admits that cancers caused by chemotherapy are often even harder to treat than the original cancer. Combine that with the plague of fake cancer diagnoses peddled by shameless, profit-seeking "doctors," and it's clear that conventional cancer treatment is less about curing patients and more about making money.