C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.
Chemotherapy for cancer began to reach its peak while I was in my neurosurgery residency. From the beginning I have said I would rather die than be poisoned. The true value of chemotherapy is as controversial as anything in modern medicine, and some say the average life extension is 4 months.
On the other hand, a small percentage of patients are indeed cured. Published statistics are all over the place with 5 year survival of malignancies of nervous system at 7% and of pancreas at 33%. Personally, I would opt for 20 treatments of 100 grams of vitamin C IV and a number of supplements such as IP6 and PawPaw.
Here are some other cancer therapy articles of interest:
Living with Cancer: Eight Things You Need to Know
Coping with a Child’s Illness While You’re in Recovery
Eating Well During and After Your Cancer Treatment
7 Side Effects of Cancer Treatment, and How to Cope with Them
PTSD and Life After Cancer
How to Create a Peaceful At-Home Hospice for Your Loved One
Preparing for the Death of a Terminally-Ill Loved One: What to Expect, and How to Help the Entire Family Move Forward