Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Alternative Medicine in Cancer - Can Cancer Really Be Easily Cured?

Cancer is a very deadly disease and unfortunately more and more are dying because of it, then ever before despite all of the money that is spent. Questions obviously appear, that people want to get answered. Is cancer really that deadly? Are the conventional treatments the most effective? Why is alternative medicine in cancer suppressed?

We have been told all the time that the treatments that are used to treat cancer are the best available. And that everyone is doing their best to beat cancer. If everyone in conventional medicine says that alternative medicine does not work and is even dangerous, then we are suppose to believe this.

History has shown that the people, who are in power, are far more interested in their own benefits and are not looking out for the best interests of the average person. So it could be possible that the money that is gained by conventional treatments, is too great and alternative medicine could destroy all the profits.

This would explain all the negative attitudes towards anything alternative, whether it is medicine or media. The role of alternative medicine in cancer and other diseases is so small, because people have not been active and strong enough, to make them more available.

Each person has to be active and do anything possible to spread the word about alternative treatments. We can not depend on the politicians, the drug companies and the doctors all the time to look out for us. We have to look out for ourselves and make sure that everyone, who is involved in medicine is looking out for the best interests of the people. If we can do that, then cancer can be cured more effectively and faster.

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