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October 6, 2017 at 10:38 am #94791
Does anyone know where some results have been published on different alternative treatments for cancer?
It is very easy to say chemo and radiation don't work due to the statistics they publish. But for alternatives I haven't found any numbers or percentages other than to be given examples of people but you can find them for chemo survivors also.
Unless it is a large sample size and to get survival rates over time how can anyone have a realistic picture of alternative methods and their success rates?
DaveOctober 14, 2017 at 9:29 pm #94982
I've been doing a little more looking into the numbers, the ebook published here introduction to Alternative Cancer Treatments states that baseed on Dr Ralph Moss's book Questioning Chemotherapy that the survival rate is 3%. I've bought this book but haven't read it yet. But reading his editorial review he is saying the government figures of survival rates that for US are 67% and Australia 68% for living past 5 years are not really that but they are the response rates to the cancer tumor?
Is this how everyone else reads this?
The websites do not saying anything about response rates and no footnotes I can find about it? Does anyone know where these footnotes would be located if they exist?
US gov website.
Aus gov website
There is a pretty big difference between 3% and 67%, can someone explain this with some numbers please and sources as I'm starting to doubt there is such a big difference in them unless there is some explanation and proof?
With those latest stats of 67% for conventional versus 80 – 90% for alternative survival rates this does appear to not that bit a gap. Granted I still choose alternative for better odds, makes more sense, better treatment of what is does to the body.
I do take exception though in being given incorrect figures as this then implies an agenda and you have to discover the agenda to discover the more accurate truth. On both sides of the fence. Still researching at the moment before I fully decide on treatment I choose. I do take exception though in being given incorrect figures as this then implies an agenda and you have to discover the agenda to discover the more accurate truth. On both sides of the fence. Still researching at the moment before I fully decide on treatment I choose. v
DaveNovember 3, 2017 at 11:33 am #96678
Tara: Cancer Tutor
In regards to your question about chemotherapy having a 3% survival rate, that is not quite accurate. The study that is referred to when quoting that establishes that chemotherapy contributes 3% to the survival rates of patients using traditional medicine, with surgery contributing the largest portion.
So, to recap, chemotherapy does NOT have a 3% survival rate, but rather, it contributes 3% to the survival rates of traditional treatments….still not the best record, but it does tell a different story, none the less.November 13, 2017 at 7:00 am #96951
thanks for that clarification. understand now. thank you.
so 3% survival is only for chemotherapy treatments.
all the other options for orthodox treatments are the remaining 64%. so overall 67% for all combinations of orthodox treatments.
might want to change this link below and all the references in the downloaded ebook Introduction to Alternative Cancer Treatments.
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