Friday, April 20, 2012

The Predictable Death of Levon Helm
The Band singer Levon Helm is dead at age 71 after a long battle with cancer, the Times Herald-Record reports. He passed away April 19 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

There is nothing more to be said. If you go to Sloan-Kettering and subject yourself to the mustard gas "treatment" called chemotherapy, your chances for survival are abysmal. Two GM executives, Sloan and Kettering, founded the Cancer Center as a business venture, to MAKE A PROFIT. There is no altruism here, they did not care about anyone's cancer, they cared about the bottom line. The well-meaning medical people who entered the oncology profession may or may not know that they are simply the pawns of Big Pharma. They are agents of death.

It is upsetting that the cancer industry has claimed another rock icon. George Harrison, now Levon Helm. Who's next? When someone with celebrity status is diagnosed with cancer, the fear factor kicks in and they immediately want the best treatment that money can buy. Which, in the conventional world of medicine, is oncology at a cancer center. These rockers were counter-culture their entire lives; why are they now succumbing to mainstream medicine? Fear. Mainstream medicine, for cancer treatment, just DOES NOT WORK. How many more people, whether celebrity or ordinary, have to die to prove that point? What is everyone missing? Why don't people see that taking chemo results in death, not in restoration of health? Take the dead/alive survey: 1) how many people do you know who had cancer and took chemo and are dead? how many are alive? 2) how many people do you know who had cancer and did NOT take chemo and are dead? how many are alive? You can count me in the second group and I am in the alive category.

Wake up America. Your life depends on it.