CANCER STORY: Success & Hard Truth

Iressa for Lung Cancer

and its side effects


AstraZeneca informed the FDA of a study involving 1,700 lung cancer patients:

1. Patients who took Iressa lived for 5.6 months.

2. Those given a placebo (inactive, dummy pill) lived for 5.1 months.

The study shows by taking Iressa, patients live longer by TWO weeks. As a result, Iressa was withdrawn in Western countries. However, patients of Asian origin responded slightly better. They lived FOUR months longer.

1. With Iressa lung cancer patients lived 9.5 months.

2. Without Iressa patients lived only ...

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Nexavar – Expensive Drug That Prolongs Life

 by on 2.8 months and is only 20 to 30% effective?


Nexavar (sorafenit) belongs to a class of target chemo-drug called the Tyrosine Kinase inhibitors. Currently drugs belonging to this group family include Sprycel (dasatinib), Tarceva (erlotinib), Iressa (gefitinib), Gleevec (imatinib), Tykerb (lapatinib) and Sutent (sunitinib). With time, there will be more additions.

The first targeted Tyrosine Kinase inhibitor developed and released to the market is Gleevec, used for chronic leukemia. It was developed in the late 1990′s, ...

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Everolimus for Kidney Cancer Metastatised to Lungs


Ray (M578) is a restaurant owner in Indonesia. In December 2007, at the age of 53, he was diagnosed with kidney cancer. He underwent a radical nephrectomy. After the surgery, Ray was well and life was back to normal again. About seven years later, the cancer recurred in his lungs. Ray was put on Sutent and suffered severe intolerable side effects. Ray totally stopped taking Sutent.

The oncologist suggested a new ...

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Sutent for Kidney Cancer Metastatised to Lungs


Ray (M578),53-year-old, was diagnosed with kidney cancer. He underwent a radical nephrectomy. About seven years later, the cancer spread to his lungs. Ray was prescribed Sutent (sunitinib) for his problem and was started on this oral drug in late August 2007 at a dose of 50 mg daily for 4 weeks (to be recycled every 6 weeks).



Within days after taking Sutent, Ray developed severe side effects which he found intolerable. ...

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Sutent for Advanced Kidney Cancer: Side Effects


SC (TK826) was a 53-year-old male. He had a history of pains in his right shoulder for almost a year. An X-ray did not show any problem. Then in October 2008, his right hand became weak. MRI showed tumour in his spine – T1 / T2. Titanium stent inserted to support the crushed T1. Further investigation indicated the primary as cancer of the kidney. He received 20 radiation treatments. In spite of the treatment, the tumour grew bigger and spread ...

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There is No Medical Cure for Cancer


  • In the past 30 years, the U.S. has poured $30 billion into finding a cure for cancer.
  • 30 years, $30 billion and no cure.
  • Mounting numbers of people are contracting cancer; particu­larly breast cancer.
  • What’s wrong with this picture?

Reference: Alle Hall, The Stranger, May 1996. nocure.htm 

Nobel Laureates and High-powered Research

At a dinner talk in New York on 29 Sept. 2002, Dr. Rath said: When you open the newspaper, Time Magazine or Newsweek, USA Today, you may read this advertisements: We are ...

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Cancer Is A Multi-billion Dollar Business



Chemotherapy and radiotherapy cause side effects. They may even cause new cancers, new diseases. So you need more drugs.

Selling drugs for the treatment of side effects of chemotherapy is big business for the drug companies.

What interest does the pharmaceutical industry have to stop cancer if they have revenues of one hundred billion dollars in the US alone every year from keeping cancer ongoing?

The only reason why cancer is still a death ...

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Corruption In Cancer Research


A study to be published June 15th 2009 in the journal Cancer  has highlighted what is essentially corruption in the science of cancer research. It’s called “conflict of interest“: but you and I would call it corruption, bribery or malicious threats. Not nice words for a not nice phenomenon, which I’ve known about for years.

What it amounts to is that cancer researchers are likely to “find” (or invent) favorable outcomes for research which is paid for by the major drug ...

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Politics of Cancer


Strong Arm Tactic

Dr. Alan Levin, Professor of Immunology at the University of California, said:

  • Physicians are intimidated into using regimens which they know do not work. 
  • One of the most glaring examples is chemotherapy which does not work for the majority of cancers. 
  • Physicians are coerced into using it by special interest groups which have vested interests in the profits of the drug industry.

Reference:  Richard Walters, Options: the alternative cancer therapy book.

More Sickness More Money 

American medical system is profit-orientated, ...

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Radiotherapy Was Hell


Jack, a 52-year-old male, was diagnosed with Stage 2 nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) in December 2002. He underwent thirty-five radiation treatments, but these did not cure him. He suffered a recurrence eight months later.

Q: When were you diagnosed with NPC?

A: December 2002. I was diagnosed as being at the beginning of Stage 2.  There was no surgery or chemotherapy. I only had radiotherapy. I had thirty-five radiation sessions in a private hospital. My treatment started around Christmas and finished by March ...

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Most of the Time It Cannot Cure Cancer!


John Cairns, professor at the Harvard University School of Public Health, wrote:

  • The majority of cancers cannot be cured by radiation because the dose of x-rays required to kill all the cancer cells would also kill the patient.

References: Ralph Moss, The cancer industry.

Scientific American 253:51-59, Nov. 1985.


 False Sense of Security

Radiotherapy … ...

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My Wife Died


In his book: Cancer Recovery Guide, pg. 28, Jonathan Chamberlain wrote:

The truth is mind and body are one. The body affects the mind and the mind affects the body … all thoughts are much facts as physical symptoms.

When my wife Bernadette learned that despite all the surgery, radiation and chemotherapy her tumour had returned, she was informed that she had three months to live. She was told this on 17 ...

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Kill Cancer Cells, Kill Patients Too


Dr. John Lee wrote: Chemotherapy is an attempt to poison the body just short of death in the hope of killing the cancer before the entire body is killed.

Most of the time it doesn’t work. 

Der Spiegel, 4 Oktober 2004 had this article: Giftkur ohne Nutzen(The Useless Poisonous Cures): Increasingly sophisticated and expensive cellular poisons are being given to seriously ill patients … patients do not actually live a day longer.


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The Great Spin About Chemo & Cancer Cure


Read the news report below and see if you understand what killed the patient. Singapore’s DBS CEO dies from cancer 

SINGAPORE, April 11 — Richard Stanley, the chief executive of Singapore’s DBS Group, died from an infection resulting from leukaemia this morning, the bank said, after his medical conditions deteriorated yesterday.

“After a brave fight Rich, passed on at about 8.45 this morning. His immediate family was by his side as he slipped away peacefully,” a DBS spokeswoman told Reuters.

DBS, which ...

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Side Effects of Chemotherapy


The Chemo Brain   Source: Science Blog, a Journal Article at SpringerLinkUSA Today

Chemotherapy is rarely the best option as a cancer cure therapy, as it simply does not address the underlying cause. A UCLA study has shown that chemotherapy can change the blood flow and metabolism of the brain in ways that can linger for 10 years or more after treatment. We can call this condition, “chemo brian”.

“People with ‘chemo brain’ often can’t focus, remember things or ...

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Chemotherapy for Cancer: Does it make sense?



This lady came to seek our advice regarding her husband’s liver cancer. Listen to our conversation.

Lady: If he does not take chemo – it will be three to four months (to live).

Chris: If he takes chemo?
L: Double it, six to eight months (to live).

C: But cannot cure?
L: Cannot. The doctor said that patients who take this chemo have only fifteen to twenty percent success. Don’t know why he ...

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New Thinking About Cancer and Its Treatment


We would like to recommend that you visit the website put up by

Professor Gershom Zajicek, The Hubert H. Humphrey Center For Experimental Medicine and Cancer Research, Faculty of Medicine, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.


The following are some salient points raised by this learned professor.   

What is cancer? 

  • Cancer is a systemic disease and its symptom is expressed as a tumor. Removing the tumour is therefore NOT the ultimate solution or cure for cancer. Often the cancer recurs after an apparent ...
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Information & Empowerment


 I am convinced that the best protection against evil that lurks among us is information ~ Dr. Julian Whitaker.

Much of the advice given to us, even from some government sources, cannot be regarded as reliable, because of the overwhelming influence of vested-interest groups. We must, therefore, rely on ourselves and our own efforts to safeguarding our health ~ Professor Jane Plant.

 There is no one correct treatment for cancer.

  • Therefore you need correct and truthful information for you to decide what to ...
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Our Life – The Dash Story


“Regrets? I have a few. Too much worrying? I worried about finding the right husband and having children, being on time, being late and so on. It didn’t matter.

It all works out and it would have worked out without the worries and the tears. If I would have known then what I know now? But, I did and so do you. We’re all going to die. Stop worrying and start loving and living.”

These were the words from a letter which ...

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Shepherd of My Soul


Shepherd of my soul
I give You full control
Wherever You may lead
I will follow.

I have made the choice
To listen to Your voice
Wherever You may lead
I will go.

Be it in a quiet pasture
Or by a gentle stream
The Shepherd of my soul
Is by my side.

Should I face a mighty mountain
Or a valley dark and deep
The Shepherd of my soul
Will be my ...

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