New Study: Chemotherapy Can Help Spread Cancer, Cause More Aggresive Tumors

07/12/201723 Comments

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According to a new study published in Science Translational Medicine, some types of chemotherapy can increase aggressivity in cancer, causing malignant cells to migrate and triggering more dangerous tumors. But don't worry, the same research team found a drug that might mitigate some of the effects of the chemotherapy treatment! Join James for today's Thought For The Day as he explores the history of chemotherapy and the allopathic paradigm.

Neoadjuvant chemotherapy induces breast cancer metastasis through a TMEM-mediated mechanism

Scientists Warn Chemotherapy Could Spread Cancer, Trigger More Aggressive Tumors

Chemotherapy may help cancer spread, new study shows

How Big Oil Conquered the World

Episode 286 - Rockefeller Medicine

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  1. nosoapradio says:

    I had a student whose scientific studies revealed that the procedures routinely used for mammograms also caused DNA damage and thus contributed to creating breast cancer.

    Indeed, two xrays of each breast are generally done (horizontal and vertical sandwiches if you will.)

    The first xray weakens the DNA and the second would cause the damage according to her research.

    She recommended that only one shot of each breast be done at a time. (but still maintained that mammograms were necessary after age 50)

    She immediately ceased being invited to speak at conferences.

  2. joseph.r says:

    A drug therapy that is supposed to give the “best” chance to survive cancer needs another drug to avoid making cancer worse. Great job Big Pharma.

    “But just trust us…” Big Pharma says, because, science.

    They just want to trap people in their drug loop, and extract every dollar from them that they can. Sad.

  3. L says:

    Everyone should read through Sarah and Thomas Corriher’s website

    They have been talking about the dangers of modern cancer treatments and screenings for years, including what was said in the first comment about the link between mammograms and breast cancer. They cover all sorts of valuable, widely unknown information such as the truth behind commonly consumed products like “canola” aka rapeseed oil, soy and homogenized milk. Tons of stuff about basic nutrition and getting away from the standard toxic lifestyle.

    I also recommend listening to this video with Dr. Rima Laibow

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    ANECDOTE – Yesterday, Gave a bank exec a sticky with “Corbett Report – How Big Oil Conquered the World”

    Yesterday I had a 3 hour sit down with one of the top executives of my local bank (a well known bank which rhymes with ‘case’). Yes, 3 hours he spent with me. He is a great genuine guy who I often would chat with when I came in for a quick deposit or cash.

    I was there to open a business account. I had just returned from the County to get some dba’s, (assumed names), for my upcoming business ventures.
    A decade had passed since I was last in the groove and many rules had changed. He explained some of the changes. He also explained some of the trends and how lobbyists of vested interests create laws which then banks have to follow (e.g. the story of VISA vs cash). Assumed names or LLC’s are now a problem if one has a certain business structure.

    Amazing conversation as the banker told me about some of the changes.

    For example: Some banks will not open a business account for certain cash heavy businesses. Evidently there is concern of laundering money. Some businesses like laundry mats or even nail salons can be borderline.

    The banker cited many examples of different scenarios in the banking-business structure. Our conversation got deeper and deeper. Of course I bring up the 9/11 Cover-up which he was aware of, but not with some of the specific details. And then he chimes in about Rockefeller and J.P. Morgan and the Rothchilds. He was no stranger to the “conspiracy” topics as his sister, ex-military & skilled, now lives in Honduras off-grid. She had first hand knowledge of what really goes down.

    So, I leave him with a sticky note. “Corbett Report – How Big Oil Conquered the World”.

    I told him that in my estimation, probably 20-25% of the population are aware of these “conspiracies”. I explained that I had spoken to thousands of people, face to face, since 2005 and have given away thousands of DVDs.

    • s.jamieson says:

      A good field report from Home Remedy Supply on interacting with non-Corbett-Report people. I don’t know what to think in a sense, but I have at least realized that I’m more of a repeater than a reporter. There may be some reporter growing in my psyche, hopefully. I mentioned to an old high school friend of mine, who I struck up a conversation with in the local supermarket, that Rothschilds control the Bank of International Settlements. It so happened that he’s an economics professor at one of the universities here. He said that it just wasn’t true, no Rothschilds in BIS. Oh well, he’s the prof. I just listened to him. Could it be that he is misinformed? Likelier, I am misinformed, but until I get triggered enough to ingest enough information from various sources and spend away my precious time, I won’t know. I have a deep hesitation to rush in, being an angel and all . . .

  5. s.jamieson says:

    Two friends of mine were going to visit a cancer patient who’d been given chemo, this young mother of 2 girls, just yesterday, to give her a healing touch treatment, and they got a phonecall saying she was too sick to see anyone. She was sent home from the hospital after her breast cancer metastasized. It’s now throughout her lung linings and in the spine, and she’s in more and more pain. Healing touch, which touches the physical body minimally, can really help with this sort of pain, but the family is too grieved to accept anything more than, I suppose, the final rest. I live in Nova Scotia, where Rick Simpson used to live before he was put under an RCMP warrant. You can just put his name in the YouTube search window and see what he could do with cannabis oil, of which there are ineffective copies. You can see his results onscreen. The mother of the young family, and the whole family, seem to be the nicest people. But trust in the Medical Nemesis (see Ivan Illich) is literally fatal. Not all the time, so there’s not going to be a ringing condemnation from me. It’s hard, though, to be silent. So I type.

  6. PeaceFroggs says:

    I believe most of us have lost family members to cancer at one time or another, even though some of us have tried to forewarn them about chemotherapy to no avail.

    Chemotherapy = Population control (reduce the aging baby-boom population) IMHO

    But at least now enough people are starting to ask questions that main stream magazines are now talking about it. Should make it a little easier to forewarn people about the dangers of chemo, and maybe just maybe their chances of survival would increase if they simply changed their diet, exercised and drank well water, instead of chemo.

    • Richard Ran says:

      Hi PeaceFroggs,

      What you say most certainly applies over here. Lost family members, wife diagnosed with brain cancer almost five years ago. Didn’t lose her and planning to keep her for a very long time 😉
      There was no need to forewarn because we’re both very sceptical of the current cancer protocols. In this we’re supported by friends and family, esp. my old man who’s a doctor and himself very sceptical of the current “standard of care”.

      Among other important things, like minimizing exposure to EMFs (loss of privacy is not the only danger that comes with the ever increasing smart grid, I say to James as an aside), we’ve changed diet drastically. I say “we” because I figured it would be easier for her not having to see me pig out on whatever it was that she couldn’t eat any longer. In short, we went primal/ketogenic.

      This was partly due to the great work done by Prof. Thomas Seyfried of Boston Colledge. I’ll link to a lecture he gave in which he provides a compelling argument for an entirely different view on the nature of this disease.

      Interestingly from a Corbett Rep perspective, the research he’s referring to dates back to a time before the definitive takeover of the medical profession by the “Oiligarchs” and the rise of a cancer industry with its dead-end triad of Cut, Poison & Burn.

      Thomas Seyfried, Cancer: A Metabolic Disease With Metabolic Solutions

      Kind regs from Amsterdam,

  7. bharani says:

    Hi all,

    Good Stuff. Here is more on rebastinib

    DCC-2036 or rebastinib

    Study Safety and Preliminary Efficacy of DCC-2036 in Patients With Leukemias (Ph+ CML With T315I Mutation)
    Rationale: DCC-2036 is a potent broad spectrum inhibitor of BCR-ABL kinase. Inhibition of BCR-ABL has been validated for effective treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). The emergence of mutant forms of BCR-ABL which resist inhibition by imatinib, dasatinib, and nilotinib is associated with loss of efficacy in treatment of the disease. DCC-2036 is a potent inhibitor of resistant mutants of BCR-ABL including the T315I mutation, and would therefore be expected to effectively treat patients who fail to respond to other BCR-ABL inhibitors. DCC-2036 also inhibits FLT3-ITD, TIE2, KDR, LYN and TRKA kinases. Purpose: to assess the safety and tolerability in patients after continuous administration of DCC-2036 and to determine recommended doses for the conduct of a Phase 2 efficacy trial.

    Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
    Drug: DCC-2036
    Phase 1

    Study Type:
    Study Design:
    Intervention Model: Single Group Assignment
    Masking: Open Label
    Primary Purpose: Treatment
    Official Title:
    A Multicenter Phase 1 Clinical and Pharmacokinetic Study of DCC-2036 in Subjects With Leukemias (Ph+CML With T315I Mutation Only)

  8. Pablo de Boer says:

    The BMJ is one of the most of the influential general medicine journals in the world. And this one of their articles on mammography

    — Overdiagnosis in publicly organised mammography screening programmes: systematic review of incidence trends —

    What is already known on this topic

    – Screening for cancer detects inconsequential cancers and leads to overdiagnosis and overtreatment

    – A Cochrane review of the randomised trials of mammography screening documented 30% overdiagnosis

    – Overdiagnosis in publicly organised mammography screening programmes has not been evaluated systematically

    What this study adds

    – Overdiagnosis of breast cancer in a population offered organised mammography screening was 52%

    – This extent of overdiagnosis equates to one in three breast cancers being overdiagnosed

  9. wingsuitfreak says:

    I haven’t seen a doctor since 1994. While I am 57, I look twenty years younger than my age. Am also in better shape than most 18 year olds. That wouldn’t be the case for the 18 year olds of my generation. I never found any doctor in the AMA that was even capable of a proper diagnosis, much less a cure. Technically, I am covered in insurance by the VA, but I wouldn’t let those idiots touch me if I were dying.
    I write all this because I have used herbs, and diet, and general lifestyle, for my medical needs. Yet, even though I have yet to meet anyone who went to their doctor that was healthier than I am, the first thing they declare when they find out that I haven’t been to a doctor in so long is that I need to go see one! They’ll get very angry when I say no. As you can guess, I do little to defuse the situation.
    I’ve had MRSA (from shaking the hand of this idiot who got it in a hospital and didn’t tell anyone) and cured it with garlic. Ginger tea works for migraines (had the kind with micro-strokes while I had MRSA). A suspected skin cancer mole (am familiar with what they look like from my father’s moles) disappeared within days after adding royal jelly to my diet. The list goes on. Doctors are nothing more than merchants of death. They are not only the biggest gang of drug pushers in this country (United Nazis of ‘Murika!), but they doubtless rival the military in the number of deaths they cause every year. Yet, people insist we need them. I stopped feeling sorry for those who die from chemo. While it may sound heartless, if someone doesn’t do anything to learn about how to prevent, or cure, their own body; but merely rely on some random authority figure to give them the right answer; or they not already dead? I know my approach may not be ideal, but I truly believe we not only get the government we deserve, but that this applies to every facet of our lives. We must hold ourselves accountable for our own actions if we are going to make a difference in this world. If we don’t, then we are part of the problem and deserve what we get. Life is only hard if you give away your own power. All one has to do is observe what happens to the health of those who visit doctors and get their cornucopia of pills to know that it is an incorrect path.

  10. pcwise555 says:

    Yer gonna die, you need Chemo stat. Good news, you survived the chemo treatments, tumor has shrunk a smidge, and I got my $5000 dollar kickback from the drug company. Now we need to start radiation treatments. (one month after the “treatments” ended.) Ah shucks, the cancer is back with a vengeance and we’re sendin ya home to die. We did all we could fer ya.

  11. Pablo de Boer says:

    Back in September 2004, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) released a dangerous-drug alert with the title Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Health Care Settings. The alert warned that working with chemotherapy drugs and other common pharmaceuticals can be a serious danger to your health.

  12. Pablo de Boer says:

    Documentary – The Cancer Conspiracy

    The documentary discusses the enormous amounts of money made by politicians and pharmaceutical companies in the cancer industry.

  13. Pablo de Boer says:

    G. Edward Griffin – A World Without Cancer – The Story Of Vitamin B17

  14. wingsuitfreak says:

    Was just re-watching the video when I happened to notice that at the bottom of the page where you were pointing out the new drug they were also talking about how marijuana shrinks tumors. Funny how that didn’t make the headlines. Could be why, despite the hundreds of unknown vaccines I got while doing my ten years of merc work in the US military (let’s face it, all veterans are mercs if they volunteer), I’ve only had the one skin cancer mole.

  15. Flatspokes says:

    I believe chemotherapy will become the bloodletting of our times.

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      Will become? My first real memory of my father was walking beside him as he was being wheeled out of the VA after he survived chemo. They gave it to him, and then after they were done, put him in a ward to die. Then they told him he never had cancer anyway. I’m so lucky he was tough enough to survive it, but I never saw him so tired before or since. Just wish he had been smart enough to ignore the rest of their diagnosis. The only one they got right was the last two. That he had Congestive heart disease and that he was dead. No anger here. Nope, none at all.

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