The main reason may be that conventional cancer treatment is still far from reaching its long sought-after victory over cancer, even after decades of intensive research into which billions of dollars have been poured. On the contrary, cancer incidence and mortality have continued to steadily and dramatically rise in the Westernized world, with no end to this tendency in sight. (In fact, the front page article of the March 22, 2004 issue of Fortune Magazine was entitled, Why We Are Losing the War On Cancer.)
This has led many to think that the conventional approach (more drugs and surgery) may not be the answer since it clearly doesn’t address the root causes, which, when unaddressed, may (even in the relatively rare event of a temporary healing being achieved as shown in cancer statistics) lead to a recurrence and exacerbation of previous symptoms and even the creation of new similarly serious ones (see Possible side effects you may not have been told about which, ironic & facetious as it may sound, include death).
One of the most important reasons for preferably avoiding conventional treatment can be found out by asking your doctor two simple questions: see After A Cancer Diagnosis and before choosing any conventional treatment (chemo, radiation, surgery), ask your oncologists two basic questions.
· 4 years ago