The “Big C” is big cash. A whopping $100 billion are spent on noxious chemotherapy treatments each year. Yet in many cases, there is no underlining condition that actually needs to be treated. Tens of millions of people are pumped full of poison after crooked oncologists intentionally misdiagnose them with cancer.
Oncologists from all corners of the globe are guilty of such heinous acts. “The word ‘cancer’ often invokes the specter of an inexorably lethal process; however, cancers are heterogeneous and can follow multiple paths, not all of which progress to metastases and death, and include indolent disease that causes no harm during the patient’s lifetime,” reads the abstract to a study titled “Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment in Cancer An Opportunity for Improvement,” as reported by Natural News‘ Mike Adams.
The study goes on to note how several tissue lesions in human biology are diagnosed under the ominous term cancer and would pose no threat to the body if left untreated. These treatments produce $100 billion a year in chemotherapy revenues, which are fueled by false cancer diagnoses.
“Physicians, patients and the general public must recognize that over-diagnosing is common and occurs more frequently with cancer screening,” cautions the NCI-commissioned science article in JAMA.
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Take the case of Dr. Farid Fata, a Michigan doctor behind one of the biggest healthcare frauds in American history. In particular, Fata poisoned more than 500 patients with chemotherapy treatments for years, purporting that they had cancer when they didn’t and destroying their health in the process. For patients who actually did have cancer, Fata would overtreat them to earn the most profit.
“Chemotherapy, as you know, is poison, “ said U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade. “Dr. Fata gave poison to people who didn’t even have cancer… to make money,” she added. Side effects of chemotherapy include lifelong cognitive, kidney and liver damage, as well as a heightened risk for disease and future cancers.
Overtreating, misdiagnosing and compromising his patients’ health earned Fata more than $17 million. Federal prosecutors are calling it the worst case of federal health care fraud ever. Fata was sentenced to only 45 years in federal prison for jeopardizing the health of hundreds of patients’ and charging more than $17 million in fraudulent billings. Fata said he misused his talents because of “power and greed.”
Make no mistake; the greed of the cancer industry isn’t limited to Dr. Fata. Several of his colleagues continue to operate in Michigan and around the globe, overdiagnosing and poisoning people with superfluous cancer treatments to make a buck.
While these con artists rake in millions of dollars from misdiagnoses and toxic treatments, they systematically oppress real options that can treat and even prevent cancer. They realized that if these treatment options were made public knowledge, it would cripple the cancer industry.
To help make all available treatment options known – not just those pushed by Big Pharma – the startling documentary The Truth About Cancer is about to be relaunched to the public starting April 12. The powerful docu-series exposes how the industry is a multi-billion-dollar scam that preys on the overdiagnosis of cancer. Conventional cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can actually cause many cancers to return in the long run.
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