Written by Steve Cannon for USSA News.
Cancer is a disease that affects a significant portion of the population, with one out of every three Americans developing it. With so many everyday products containing chemicals that can cause cancer, it’s alarming to learn that modern medicine can also increase the chances of getting cancer or spreading the disease.
According to a study conducted at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, chemotherapy – a common treatment for cancer – has been found to spread the disease throughout the body, causing an alarmingly high increase in cancer cells. The study found that several types of chemotherapy can increase the amount of tumor cells in the bloodstream and increase the risk of metastatic dissemination, despite decreasing the size of the tumor.
Medical radiation exposure is another cause of cancer, with at least 25,000 Americans developing the disease each year as a result of medical scans. Medical imaging radiation causes DNA damage, leading to an increased risk of cancer.
But what about the COVID-19 vaccines? While there is currently no evidence that the vaccines can cause cancer, it’s important to note that the long-term effects of the vaccines are still unknown. As with any medical procedure or treatment, it’s crucial to weigh the potential risks and benefits before making a decision.
It’s imperative for consumers to educate themselves about the potential dangers of modern medicine and to consider alternative treatments where possible. With so many cancer-causing factors in the world, it’s crucial to protect ourselves from the additional risks posed by modern medicine.
In conclusion, the study conducted at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University highlights the need for further research into the effects of chemotherapy and other forms of modern medicine on the spread of cancer. While medical advancements have helped save countless lives, it’s important to consider the potential drawbacks and weigh the risks against the benefits.