The mainstream cancer industry boats in discoveries and advancements, but in reality - theres much work to be done in terms of lack of prevention education, methods of treatment, cost, patient and survivor quality of life, and residual problems.
"Despite mainstream medicine's failure to bring an end to suffering or deliver on its promises; it remains illegal for physicians to prescribe anything other than the "standard of care" for their cancer patients - no matter how dangerous ad ineffective that standard may be - and despite the fact that gentler, more effective, and more promising treatments exist. We're still treating with the same triad of removing (surgery), burning out (radiation), or poisoning (chemotherapy)." - Dr. Thomas Cowan MD, Cancer and the New Biology of Water
The body is brilliantly designed. When it detects damage in cell replication, it compartmentalizes and creates a "tumor" - sometimes cancerous, sometimes not. (cancer of the blood, like leukemia, generally do not create solid tumors).
When these tumors are detected, regardless of presence of symptoms or quality of life, the typical course of action is to go in and take a biopsy in order to obtain an accurate diagnosis. The only information you will find when researching biopsy safety is that there is little chance that it could spread the cancer. (This is referred to as "tumor spreading").
A former Urologist in Florida published a book surrounding the issue and concerns about biopsies spreading cancerous cells, calling the process "archaic". He eventually had his license revoked because he refused to follow standard protocol of diagnosis and treatment.
Once malignant cancer is diagnosed, one of the standard treatment protocols is chemotherapy. These drugs have some of the worst side effects imaginable - burdensome and painful. The quality of life that is sacrificed in the guise of modern treatment is cruel. I've been inside the hospital walls, on the oncology floors next to patients experiencing the effects of these treatments It's anything but pleasant.
We have to remember - oncology is a business.
Oncology drugs reached $176 billion in sales in 2021.
Cancer care is expensive and generates high revenues, with the cost of on patient above $100,000.
Cancer prevention and education, however, is not a profitable practice.
Some claim that cancer rates (one in three people in the US will battle cancer during their lifetime) are rising because of increased lifespan, but I think that's a naïve stance to take.
This is the first generation where our children are not expected to outlive their parents. We are SICK. This comes from many avenues including food quality, idleness, water quality, stress, air quality, and more.