Is a bone marrow transplant Robin Roberts' only option? There are many legitimate reports of cancers put into remission by alternative therapies. I would certainly seek out the most promising if I had cancer.
I find chemo and various surgical techniques barbaric. If the poisonous chemo doesn't kill the patient, perhaps it knocks the cancer for a loop. I am more interested in preventing the conditions which causes a cancer to get started. I'm 63, a vegan, a fitness fan -- and no sign of trouble.
Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and multiple sclerosis are good examples of lifestyle diseases that have been reversed with changes in the patients' diet primarily. Modern medicine doesn't like to talk much about these successes because it would put lot of doctors out of business.
Antibiotics are a very effective way to breed stronger and stronger bacteria. We are starting to see new ones appear that we can't control. Wonderful, isn't it?
I will side with some of the more open-minded doctors, such as Russell Blaylock, MD, on the subject of the harm that vaccines are doing. To write off a "few" deaths that occur over very questionable vaccines given to children or young girls for HPV, which is, I am told, a miniscule threat, is criminal in my estimation.
My view is that too many people take their health for granted, thinking that when they might get sick, modern medicine will be able to make everything right again. I prefer to read the medical research and avoid the risk factors which are pretty clearly identified. With the poor quality nutrition most Americans get and the exposure to numerous environmental toxins, pesticides, stress, etc., our lifestyle needs to be corrected and modern medicine make little attempt to address these issues.
Good question. Thanks for asking it.