The cancer cat’s out of the bag now: An FDA panel has accidentally admitted that chemo is completely and utterly ineffective.
OK, so they didn’t actually come right out and put it that way — but read between the lines here, and it’s hard to reach any other conclusion.
The panel was actually asked to rule on a new device that’s supposed to treat recurrent glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer that’s a death sentence for most people.
The device is called the NovoTTF, and it looks like a shower cap packed with electrodes attached to a portable power pack. It goes with you everywhere… and for 18 hours a day, it sends waves of electricity right into your brain.
Sounds crazy, I know — but it’s way saner than poisoning people with radiation, and a whole lot safer, too. The NovoTTF doesn’t hurt or even tingle, and it comes with zero side effects beyond an easily treatable rash on the scalp.
And it even works, a little.
In one clinical trial, patients who wore the device lived an average of 6.6 months, versus 6 months for chemo patients. NovoTTF patients were also more likely to survive a year, 23.6 percent versus 20.8 percent for chemo.
That may not seem very effective, but when you’ve been given a death sentence you’ll take every extra day you can get.
Just don’t tell that to the FDA panel — half the members were so unimpressed they voted against the NovoTTF on effectiveness.
If you want to take that point of view, be my guest — but what does that say about the standard mainstream treatment that had a LOWER survival rate, LOWER odds of living a year, and potentially deadly side effects?
Exactly what I’ve said all along: Chemo is a massive and expensive fraud, a non-treatment that sickens and kills more people than it ever “cures.”
And it’s utterly ineffective to boot.
Fortunately, the chair of the panel broke the 6-6 tie by voting in favor of the new device… and now final approval is in the FDA’s hands.
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