05 Nov Is there a Cancer Cure that doesn’t involve Chemo or Radiation?
When someone is diagnosed with cancer in the United States, doctors typically waste no time in scheduling him/her for chemotherapy, radiation, or both. This, despite the fact that five-year survival rates after treatment using these methods is poor.
In a 2004 report published by the Royal College of Radiologists, the number of people who survived five years past a cancer diagnosis was a mere 2.3 percent in Australia and 2.1 percent in the United States. The report studied 22 types of malignant cancer.> FULL ARTICLE ON INFUSIO.ORG