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Monday 13 December 2010

Prostate Cancer and Pharmaceutical Drugs

Drugs for treating Prostate Cancer have been found to cause bone decay and fractures (WDDTY Vol 21, No 9, 4 - reporting on J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2010; 29 September; and doi: 10.1210/jc.2010-0902).

No surprise, perhaps, as most ConMed drugs have horrific disease-inducing-effects (DIEs). But this brief description in the 'What Doctor's Don't Tell You' magazine show how interfering with the body creates unwanted consequences.

              "Androgen-deprivation therapy" (ADT) - which blocks the production of testosterone - weakens bones, thereby significantly increasing the risk of fractures".

The article goes on to say that 'up to now, doctors have assumed that ADT was a relatively safe treatment; and that the serious bone damage it causes only came to light because of a new monitoring technology that is able to assess the future health of bones.

Conventional Medicine treats all illness by stopping, or preventing, or inhibiting natural bodily processes. Big Pharma seems to believe that it can out-think the body; that its drugs can control illness and disease better than our bodies.

This is just another demonstration that such approaches are dangerous to health; and point to the need for medical therapies, like homeopathy, that seek to work with, and alongside the body to deal with disease.