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A Good Example of Bad Advice on Cancer?

In 2010 Google CEO Eric Schmidt reported as much information as all of recorded history till 2003 is added every 2 days...

A Good Example of Bad Advice on Cancer?

I included this to encourage everyone to use their own judgement and use the internet which is the greatest repository of knowledge and stupidity in the history of the world.

Everyone has the requirement to decide for themselves. The only way to choose who should think for you is to decide you have the ability to think for yourself or you wouldn’t have the ability to choose an idiot to think for you.

This author assumes you should do chemo and other proven failures.

Mainstream medical has between a 2.1% in Australia to 2.3% in the USA 5 year cure rate with most cancers… while bankrupting you and making your life a living hell.

If someone were to reduce their discomfort, retain their money, stay active and pursue alternatives mainstream doesn’t like… I consider that decision to be quite rational.

However, the best reason to ignore the advice that follows is that there are many highly effective alternative treatments for everything… And you’re not going to find them if you don’t look.

Explore alternatives. Ask questions. Decide for yourself.

Your 1st question might be to wonder why you shouldn’t explore the greatest repository of accumulated knowledge in the history of the world?

According to Google CEO Eric Schmidt said in 2010 that as much information as all of recorded history till 2003 is made available every 2 days…

In 2010 Google CEO Eric Schmidt reported as much information as all of recorded history till 2003 is added every 2 days...

In 2010 Google CEO Eric Schmidt reported as much information as all of recorded history till 2003 is added every 2 days… Flickr: www.GlynLowe.com-The Library of Congress – HDR
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5 Things Everyone Should Know When First Diagnosed With Cancer

1. Do not read the Internet
There are many reasons I highly recommend not going to the Internet for answers, but the biggest one is that everybody’s experience with cancer is different.

You will probably type on Google: “What is Hodgkin’s Lymphoma” and more than a million hits will appear.

Eventually you will end up on a blog where someone tells you that the cancer you have is caused by something you did or didn’t do, is curable by doing something you’ve never heard of, or worse yet, told something so dire, it only serves to increase the sense of dread you are already feeling.

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