Monday, August 27, 2018 by JD Heyes
Feisty and independent, sometimes cantankerous and most always politically unpredictable, long-serving Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., 81, a former Navy pilot and Vietnam War vet who suffered like no human should ever have to as a POW for six years, died on Saturday of an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Interestingly, McCain’s death – on August 25 – came nine years to the day after another long-serving and notable U.S. senator, Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., 77, died, and from the same aggressive form of brain cancer, Breitbart News reported.
The two were often on different sides of the political aisle, but both had respect for one another and were friends.
It’s too bad that both were eventually done in by the same Big Pharma cancer cabal that deals only in poisoning bodies and, most often, hastening death.
In fact, there is a growing body of evidence that one of the most common standard treatments for cancer — chemotherapy drugs – are themselves responsible for causing cancers in some people.
As reported by The Truth About Cancer, in 2004 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – an agency not known for its candor when it comes to health threats posed by Big Pharma – along with the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) “released a dangerous drug-alert with the title, Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Health Care Settings.”
The alert contained a warning that those who regularly work with chemo drugs and other common pharmaceuticals pose a danger to their own health.
For once, the CDC was correct because on July 10, 2010, the Seattle Times published a story about pharmacist Sue Crump, who spent much of her 20 years dispensing Big Pharma drugs including those used in chemotherapy.
She died in 2011 from, of all things, pancreatic cancer, “and one of her dying wishes was that the truth be told about how her on-the-job exposure to toxic chemotherapy drugs caused her own cancer,” The Truth About Cancer reported, adding that the chemicals Crump handled often included doxorubicin, cyclophosphamide, fluorouracil, and methotrexate. (Related: Chemotherapy found to stop new brain cells from growing, worsening depression in brain cancer patients.)
The Times reported:
Chemo is poison, by design. It’s descended from deadly mustard gas first used against soldiers in World War I.
Crump knew she had her own war on her hands. She wanted to live long enough to see her 21-year-old daughter, Chelsea, graduate college.
And she wanted something else: She wanted young pharmacists and nurses to pay attention to her story.
She never made it; she died at 55 years old, “one of thousands of health-care workers who on the was chronically exposed to chemotherapy agents for years before there was even voluntary safety guidelines in place,” the paper said.
In fact, as Natural News reported in July 2017, chemotherapy drugs can activate the body’s cancer tumor growth mechanism, which tends to multiply cancers and lead to a faster death.
A study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine found that in cases involving breast cancer – one of the most common types of malignant tumors – metastasis can “greatly increase the risk of death” from that particular disease through “intravasation,” or the entry of cancer cells into the vasculature.
Researchers also discovered that chemo increases intravasation, even as it kills tumor cells, thereby increasing death risk inadvertently.
And yet, for some reason, chemotherapy remains the go-to treatment for many cancers. Radiation treatment, which poisons the body in another way, is an additional common treatment.
It should be noted that chemo is a multi-billion-dollar-per-year ‘industry’ that generates huge profits for pharmaceutical companies.
But as evidenced by Sue Crump and the late Sens. John McCain and Ted Kennedy, it can also speed up the end of life with substances everyone involved in such treatments knows to be poisonous to humans.
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