Most cancer research is a fraud, claims Nobel Prize Winner

Most cancer research is a fraud, claims Nobel Prize Winner

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Despite the billions of dollars spent on cancer research and the promise that a cancer cure is in the making, cancer continues to increase, a new report shows.

The study published recently in the journal JAMA Oncology revealed that 15 million cancer cases were diagnosed in 2013. This disease was also responsible for 15 per cent of the deaths in the 118 countries included in the research. Despite the staggering findings, the global market for oncology drugs rose 10.3 per cent in 2014 and may reach US$147 billion by 2018, IMS Health noted. The discrepancy between perception and reality has convinced people like Linus Pauling, biochemist, two-time Nobel Prize winner and one of the 20 greatest scientists of all time that “most cancer research is largely a fraud.”

Sadly, he is not the only expert to claim that cancer research is a fraud; Collective Evolution has amassed a list of professionals who claim cancer has not been cured yet because the attempt to find a solution to this growing problem is nothing more than a hoax. For instance, Dr Marcia Angell, long-time editor of the New England Medical Journal, stated that “it is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published” while Dr John Bailer, who spent two decades on the staff of the U.S. National Cancer Institute, concluded that “the national cancer program must be judged a qualified failure.” In fact, he claimed that the institution’s “whole cancer research in the past 20 years has been a total failure.”

In 1981, the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Institute’s former director Dr Irwin Bross concluded that the animal model studies are useless, because practically all of the chemotherapeutic agents that are valuable in the treatment of human cancer were not found in animal studies, but in a clinical context. The corporate side of treating this illness cannot be ignored any longer, as spending on cancer medicines has hit a new milestone: US$100 billion in 2014.

Lancet’s Editor-in-Chief Richard Horton said in the medical journal’s April 15, 2015 edition that “much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue,” while Dr John P.A. Ioannidis, professor in disease prevention at Stanford University wrote in a 2005 article titled Why Most Published Research Findings Are False that “there is increasing concern that the most current published research findings are false.”

According to Cancer Research- A Super Fraud?by Robert Ryan, B.Sc, most cancer is preventable. The International Agency for Research in Cancer found that 80 to 90 per cent of human cancer “is determined environmentally,” which makes it avoidable. However, medical historian Hans Ruesch concluded that “less than ten per cent of the [U.S.] National Cancer Institute is given to environmental causes.”

In the late 1970s, investigative reporters Gary Null and Robert Houston wrote that “a solution to cancer would mean the termination of research programs […] it would mortally threaten the present clinical establishments […].”Plus, Dr Robert Sharpe has added that “treating disease is enormously profitable, preventing it is not.”

Because conventional cancer treatments are not helpful and people spend a fortune on trying to battle against this disease, many have flocked towards alternative treatment such as cannabis oil and are focusing on cancer prevention.

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