Questioning Chemotherapy: A Critique of the Use of Toxic Drugs
Questioning Chemotherapy is a compelling book written by Dr. Ralph Moss. It documents the ineffectiveness and failure of chemotherapy in treating 96 to 98% of all cancers. His book details the failures (and very few successes) of chemotherapy for more than 50 types of cancer.
Paperback, 210 pages
Published July 1st 1995 by Equinox Press
(first published January 25th 1995)
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Dr. Ralph Moss has written the book, Questioning Chemotherapy, which documents the ineffectiveness of chemotherapy in treating most cancers. On November 19, 1977, he was fired for telling the public the truth. At a press conference on November 18th, he and the Second Opinion working group released a well-documented 48-page report that stated the top officials of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center had lied about the results of a study performed at the center regarding "Laetrile" -- (a nat...more
Dr. Moss has traveled the world and worked in the cancer industry for decades. He puts forth a very good argument to why cancer patients should question the form of chemotherapy a physician wants to prescribe. He talks about the failure in cancer treatment after decades and just how effective, safe and is it really necessary. Good information for cancer patients and I highly recommend this book.