I have two points:
o Chemo usually does not work the second time.
o If you see a treatment work for someone, that does not mean it will work for you.
Chemo the Second Time
I can't believe that those doctors said "we cured you before, we'll do it again." Don't they know the most basic cancer cell imformation? Most tumors contain a small percentage, approximately 2%, of multiple drug-resistant cells (MDR cells). Chemo is not effective against these cells. After the first round of chemo, if the chemo is effective, all of the cells that are not MDR, are destroyed. Since this accounts for the vast majority of the tumor mass, the tumor will appear to be effectively destroyed. However, the MDR cells remain and start to multiply. Eventually, a new tumor is formed that is entirely MDR. The next time chemo is used, none of the cells will be destroyed because they are all MDR. Paw Paw and graviola (very simular, but a bit less active than Paw Paw) are the only cancer treatments that has shown effectiveness against MDR cells.
Works for Him not for Them
Despite some irresponsible claims, alternative cancer treatments have low success rates, usually, around 25%. A couple of treatments appear to approach 50% effectiveness, but no formal studies have been performed. With low success rates, selecting the best treatment does little to insure that you are in the success group of that treatment.
The advantage that people fail to realize is that there are many alternative cancer treatments. Certainly, you would fall into the success group of a few of these. The trick is to find which ones. Alternative medicine has machines that can do just that.
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Finding your Success Group