Chemo researchers wear spacesuits to protect themselves

via: NaturalNews
Thursday, August 02, 2012
By: Kim Evans

[NaturalNews] Most Naturalnews readers know that chemotherapy is about the worst thing you can do if you’re ever found to have a cancer. Of course, the medical industry claims chemo is a miraculous cure, but most natural health people know it’s nothing more than a dangerous poison in disguise. But if you’re wondering which is the truth, there are times when a picture speaks a thousand words. Have a look at how cancer researchers dress when handling the stuff. They look more like astronauts with their protective gear than any type of normal researchers. So, if chemo really is safe, why on earth would they wear that plastic head gear and those full body suits?

http://science.nationalgeographic.com

Looking at this picture, you have to ask yourself, why wouldn’t the researchers and developers want to come anywhere near it? The answer, as it turns out, is pretty simple. Here are a few reasons…

Chemotherapy completely destroys the immune system which is needed to protect against every disease imaginable, including cancer itself. But chemo causes other diseases and problems too. Here are some of them:

• Abdominal pain
• Acute respiratory problems
• Anemia
• Anxiety and nervousness
• Blood clots
• Brain fog
• Death
• Difficulty walking and loss of balance
• General pain
• Hair loss
• Headaches and neck stiffness
• Hearing impairment
• Heart burn
• Impotence
• Increased risk of heart attack
• Much greater risk of infection
• Joint pain
• Kidney problems
• Lung problems
• Nerve and muscle damage

Continue Reading At: NaturalNews.com

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