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 Therapies: Alternative/Complementary Cancer Therapies 
 
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Surgery weakens immunity, places great systemic stress on the patient, and can cause sudden death. Many cancer patients have died on the operating table, or shortly after leaving it, from complications of surgery. Some surgical operations are performed needlessly. "Even though it's been proven conclusively that lymph node excision after radiation does not prevent the spread of cervical cancer, you will still see lymphadenectomies performed all over the country routinely. This despite the fact that lymphadenectomies make women feel so bad they wish they were dead-and are a proven useless procedure."27

Pain, disfigurement, and restriction of function often accompany surgery. Many cancer patients are left debilitated, crippled, traumatized, or humiliated after the operation. A surprising number of "cured" cancer patients have had their lives ruined by the "successful" surgery. For all these reasons, cutting up the body is not the final answer to cancer.


References

1. Gary Null "Medical Genocide Part 16," Penthouse, 1987, quoted in Barry Lynes, The Healing of Cancer (Queensville, Ontario: Marcus Books, 1989), p. 10. .
2. John Cairns, The Treatment of Diseases and the War Against Cancer," Scientific American, November 1985.
3. W.H. Cole, "Opening Address: Spontaneous Regression of Cancer and the Importance of Finding Its Cause," Conference on Spontaneous Regression of Cancer, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, Monograph 44, Department of Health, Education and Welfare Pub. No. (NIH) 76-1038, 1976, pp. 5-9. .
4. Judith Glassman, The Cancer Survivors (Garden City, NY: Dial Press, 1983), pp. 323-324. .
5. Harold D. Foster, "Lifestyle Changes and the 'Spontaneous' Regression of Cancer: An Initial Computer Analysis," International Journal of Biosocial Research, vol. 10, no. 1, 1988, pp. 17-33, reprinted in Healing Newsletter, vol. 5, no. 3, available from the Gerson Institute. .
6. Peter Barry Chowka, "The National Cancer Institute and the Fifty Year Cover Up,. East West Journal, January 1978, cited in Lynes, op. cit. .
7. Hardin B. Jones, "A Report on Cancer,. speech delivered to the American Cancer Society's 11th Annual Science Writers' Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, 7 March 1969, published in The Choice, May 1977. .
8. Barrie Cassileth et al., "Contemporary Unorthodox Treatments in Cancer Medicine," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol. 101, 1984, pp. 105-112. .
9. Robert Houston, Repression and R~eform in the Evaluation of Alternative Cancer Therapies, Project CURE, Washington, D.C., 1987, p. 13. .
10. Ralph Moss, The Cancer Industry (New York: Paragon House, 1989), p. 98. .
11. Houston, op. cit., p. 7. .
12. "Assessing the Efficacy and Safety of Medical Technologies," U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, PB 286-929, 1978, p. 7. .
13. Ken Wilber, Grace and Grit: Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber (Boston: Shambhala, 1991), chap. 15. .
14. New York State Journal of Medicine, March 1971, p. 554. .
15. John Laszlo, Understanding Cancer (NewYork:~ Harper and Row, 1987). .
16. Dick Richards, The Topic of Cancer: When the Killing Has to Stop (Oxford, England and New York: Pergamon Press, 1982). .
17. T.J. Powles et al., "Failure of Chemotherapy to Prolong Survival in a Group of Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer," The Lancet, 15 March 1980, p. 580. .
18. Dissent in Medicine: Nine Doctors Speak Out (Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1985). .
19. Robert C. Atkins, Dr. Atkins' Health Revolution: How Complementary Medicine Can Extend Your Life (New York: Bantam Books, 1990), p. 332. .
20. Lucien Israel, Conquering Cancer (New York: Random House, 1978), p. 95. .
21. Jan Stjernsward, "Decreased Survival Related to Irradiation Postoperatively in Early Operable Breast Cancer," The Lancet, 30 November 1974; and Mark Fuerst, "Doctors Persist With Outmoded Cancer Therapies," Cancer Forum, vol. 9, no. 7-8, Winter 1988-1989, p. 11. .
22. Israel, op. cit., p. 95. .
23. Ben Fitzgerald, Congressional Record, 28 August 1953; and see Lynes, op. cit. .
24. Quoted in Moss, op. cit., p. 72. .
25. "Primary Treatment Is Not Enough for Early Stage Breast Cancer," Update, National Cancer Institute, Office of Cancer Communications, 18 May 1988. .
26. William D. Kelley, Dr. Kelley's Answer to Cancer (Winthrop, WA: Wedgestone Press, 1986), p. 11. .
27. Patrick McGrady, Jr., "The Cancer Patient's Quandary," Townsend Letter for Doctors, no. 16, June 1984, p. 99.

(Excerpted from Options: The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book ISBN: 0895295105)
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