Questions to ask your Oncologist

Published on August 28, 2019

Reality and truth do not matter in the world at large and certainly not in the world of medicine. People who suffer from cancer die in unnecessary droves because the truth is hidden from them as it is from all of us about so many issues that it could eventually mean the end of our modern civilization.

There is a cancer in the world mind and it is spreading. In a world that does not listen things are getting worse. We are digging our own graves but we do not know it and this applies as much in society as it does with our personal health. Too many of us are not taking good care of our health and are not being informed how best to do that. In face, and very sadly, we are being mislead and misinformed about the simplest things like baking soda and even lemons are under attack. I kid you not.  

Conquering Cancer encourages you to ask good questions when you see your oncologist:

  • Is my cancer a fast-growing or slow-growing cancer?
  • How long has it been growing in my body?
  • What does your doctor think caused your cancer?
  • Does he or she think your diet, pollution, or stress had anything to do with it?

Your doctor should be very clear with you on the short-term side effects of recommended treatments. Also:

  • What are the anticipated long-term side effects of their chemo or radiation treatments? Is their recommended treatments curative or palliative?
  • If curative: If the treatment you recommend doesn’t cure my cancer, then what?
  • What is the recurrence rate after this treatment?
  • Where does that statistic come from?

You should also ask what you should be doing at home to increase your chances of surviving your cancer. Most oncologists will not have much of an answer for that question and that is why you need to do your own research about what one can do.

This is only the beginning of the questions you should be asking your oncologist. “If you ask the right questions, you will get some very interesting answers that will profoundly affect the decisions that you make going forward. If you ask the wrong questions, or don’t ask enough questions, then you could make the wrong decisions,” writes Nick Polizzi, a former cancer patient and now a cancer coach.

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Conclusion

To most main stream oncologists it does not matter if you drink after a chemo session or what you eat. Sugar is not a problem and certainly you can breathe as fast as you want. Mineral deficiencies don’t matter and neither does it matter how acid you are or how low in oxygen you are. Nothing matters except you take your chemo and get your radiation treatments.

Special Note: Just days after an Oklahoma district court ordered Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) to pay $572M over its role in the opioid epidemic, there are reports of more settlements. Purdue Pharma and its owners, the Sackler family, are reportedly offering to resolve more than 2,000 lawsuits against the company for $10B-$12B. The suits allege that Purdue’s sales practices were deceptive and at least partly responsible for the opioid crisis, which claimed more than 400,000 lives from 1999 to 2017.

The pharmaceutical death machine does not stop here or with these statistics. According to the best estimates around 1.8 million Americans lost their lives from properly prescribed medicines during those years and to those numbers one must add medical mistakes, and actually many other factors that cause death in patients. You will never read about any of this in the press but you will be reading about 100 burros being killed and a 10,000 dollar reward put out for the killers. 

When it comes to death from chemotherapy and death from radiation therapy and  from repeated radiation medical tests that add to cancer incidence we do not have clear numbers because it is impossible to tell when a person dies from cancer is it from the treatments and tests that they are dying from or from the cancer.

It is a mathematical fact that every dose of radiation increases the chance of cancer and death and the same can be said for highly toxic chemicals found in chemo. So we do know they are responsible for deaths, we just do not know how many.

So the ultimate question to ask your oncologist, besides about the side-effects, is the increased chance of death from everything he or she is going to recommend to you. After all the ultimate side-effect is death.

How dangerous are their tests and treatments? You would think they would want to be clear about the real risks but their medical paradigm make that virtually impossible.  

One thing you can be sure of is that your oncologist will declare that doing any kind of natural treatment is beyond dangerous and a complete waste of time unless he is one of these unusual doctors who really cares about his patients more than the ideas and general practices of the medical industrial complex.

Just do not be naive. Ask too many questions and you might be kicked out of your doctors office so be prepared. Ask the right questions and you will see how fast they will shut you down. Why argue with people who have an opposing? In a world where people do not listen and are prepared to shut you down it does not make much sense.

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