Across the globe, patients have reported being denied
cancer care, kidney dialysis and urgent transplant
surgeries, with sometimes fatal results.
Tomorrow another 27 thousand cancer patients will die. Each year 10 million perish and doctors still cannot tell us why. World health officials do not seem to care. In the United States, by executive order, all nonessential medical procedures were ended to preserve hospital capacity around the country. Where these flatten the curve destroy the world orders were actually sourced is not clear but all over America hospitals emptied, waiting for floods of COVID-19 patients but few arrived.
Only in parts of New York City did resources become temporarily thin. Elsewhere in the country, hospitals almost entirely stopped doing business. Then the financial crisis hit. So far, 266 hospitals have furloughed workers. Trump sent a 1,000 bed hospital ship to New York where it sat unused. During the worst weeks in New York videos where taken in front of several hospitals, all of which were deserted.
At the end of May 500 Doctors wrote to Trump warning that the lockdown will cause more deaths than the virus. California doctors say they’ve seen more deaths from suicide than coronavirus since lock-downs went into effect. And so quiet are hospitals that the local University of Washington medical system, with several hospitals and clinics they are faced with a $500 million shortfall by end of summer.
So, 5,500 staff were furloughed. Other large medical systems in Western Washington report similar staff reductions. Delayed care, delayed tests, delayed treatment; as mentioned in previous posts, a slow moving train wreck headed our way.
Lock-downs Hurt Cancer Patients
Of 1,200 patients and survivors surveyed by the American Cancer
Society in the first two weeks of May, 87% said the pandemic
has affected their health care. That’s compared to 51% in April.
There are many ways the over-reaction of health officials is hurting cancer patients. One of the most potent cancer-fighting weapons is exercise. Several studies have shown that physical activity is linked with decreased risk of some cancers, particularly breast and colon cancer. People who followed healthy lifestyle habits, including exercising for more than 30 minutes daily, lowered their risk of colorectal cancer, according to a study published online in October in the British Medical Journal.
In one meta-analysis1 of 305 randomized controlled trials including 339,274 participants, researchers compared exercise with drug interventions on mortality in diabetes and heart disease. They found there was no statistically detectable difference in those who used exercise or who took medication in the prevention of coronary heart disease and diabetes. In fact, exercise was found to be more helpful than prescription drugs for those who’d had a stroke.
Keeping people indoors instead of exercising and being out in the sun is not a good idea for cancer patients. I bet world health officials did not consider that a lack of sunlight can also cause cancer. Vitamin D deficiencies (lack of light) can lead to the development of prostate and breast cancer, memory loss, and an increased risk for developing dementia and schizophrenia.
”It seems clear that light is the most important environmental input, after food, in controlling bodily function,” reported Dr. Richard J. Wurtman, a nutritionist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "Sometimes I get the impression my dermatologist colleagues would be happiest if we lived in caves," continues Wurtman, who recommends daily 20-minute walks at noon to get the sunlight we need.
That is exactly what health officials wanted the public to do, make caves out of their own homes and damn the consequences. “Cancer is helped by sunbathing. Those who get more sunlight have less cancer. Sunbathing heals cancer by building up the immune system and increasing the oxygen in the tissues. Sunlight does not cause skin cancer unless one suffers through chronic sunburn,” writes Dr. Zane R. Kime, author of Sunlight could Save Your Life.
Its a Perfect Moment
Doctors and hospitals are operating in such an uncertain environment meaning we patients need to adjust to a new reality, which might entail for the general public to realize that maybe we don’t need as much help from doctors as we thought. Perhaps we need to finally realize that they too often hurt more than they help.
Its a perfect moment for taking back responsibility for our health from the medical industrial complex led by the big pharmaceutical companies. If we are not going to hospitals out of fear of the coronavirus what are we doing instead?
Thus it is time to learn Natural Allopathic Medicine because it is easy to learn and apply, is inexpensive compared to western medicine, its very effective and reliable and you can safely do it at home. We really have little choice going forward.
During an economic crash what do you think is going to happen to very expensive medical approaches? Time to start stocking up on strong natural medicines like magnesium, bicarbonate, iodine and selenium and learn how to use them.
Staying Away from Doctors and Hospitals Can Be A Good Thing
The US response to the coronavirus has turned a mid-sized pandemic into a catastrophe and cancer patients are suffering for it. However, its a good time to see a positive side for some cancer patients, who might be better off without hospitals and doctors ready to slash and burn patients unnecessarily.
Based on the results of our study, women who present with a new diagnosis of breast cancer already in stage IV should not be offered surgery and radiation for the primary breast tumor with the expectation of a survival benefit," said lead investigator Seema A Khan, MD (Northwestern University). "When making these decisions, it is important to focus energy and resources on proven therapies that can prolong life."
“The millions of casualties of a continued shutdown will
be hiding in plain sight, but they will be called alcoholism,
homelessness, suicide, heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure.
Who said Lockdowns Are A ‘Mass Casualty Incident’
Perhaps the pandemic has not been such a bad idea for cancer patients because doctors are one of the main causes of cancer; no wonder why we have lost the war on cancer. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are both intrinsically carcinogenic treatments. Take the cancer drug tamoxifen, for example. It is classified by the World Health Organization and the American Cancer Society as a human carcinogen, and has been documented to cause over two dozen health-destroying side effects, and yet it is still used as a first line treatment for certain types of breast cancer.
So having less medical attention might actually save some lives. The New York Times says that, “These interventions can be just as brutal on the patient as they are on a tumor.” Dr. Ulrich Abel, who poured over thousands of cancer studies, published a shocking report in 1990 stating that chemotherapy has done nothing for 80% of all cancers; that 80% of chemotherapy administered was worthless. Ulrich Abel was a German epidemiologist and bio-statistician.
With everything that is happening in the world today cancer patients have to adapt and perhaps turn away from tests and treatments that increase one’s chances of getting cancer. Surgery, biopsies, CAT scans, X-rays, mammograms, chemotherapy and radiation all increase one’s chances of dying from cancer.
Patients want to maximize their chances of surviving cancer or avoiding it altogether. Perhaps, through all the climatic changes that are upon us we will finally open up to a new form of oncology—a natural oncology.