Doctors Claim They Saw An “Excellent Response” To Patrick Swayze’s Cancer Treatments
Back in 2008, the famous actor Patrick Swayze was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The media reported 24/7 about his state and the entire world was up to date with the progress of his condition. The devastating results of the heavy treatment could be seen on the photographs. Two years after the diagnosis, the world received worse news – the beloved actor passed away. It is a typical pattern for pancreatic cancers patients actually. After the diagnosis they mostly live 2 more years. Patrick’s doctors publicly boasted of Swayze’s treatments, as if they represented the gold standard of health care. Well, we can all see the “amazing” results on the images below. On Sept 14th, 2009 Swayze passed away.
“Because of his excellent response, he [Swayze] will continue the same therapy at Stanford” proudly stated Swayze’s oncologist Dr. George Fisher. Good job, Mister Fisher.
“Less than 25 percent of patients with pancreatic cancer that has spread survive a year after diagnosis, and yet Swayze is proof that it is possible.” Oh, is he?
“Patrick has a very limited amount of disease and he appears to be responding well to treatment thus far.” Right.
Isn’t it strange that patient’s death is accelerated after the treatments? Isn’t it disgusting the way the people who shoved those poisonous medications in Swayze’s body are patting themselves on the backs and cashing their checks? Unattended patients live much longer and relatively better, and in addition the results are always better with alternative (non-poisonous) remedies. Ironically, Swayze could have lived much longer and better if he had treated his cancer with smoking.
The beloved actor is just one more victim on the long list of people who made the common mistake of seeking poisonous treatments from allopathic doctors. What’s even sadder, many will continue to repeat his mistake.