This Week: How Doctors Profit From Cancer
With Special Guest Former Oncology Nurse Whistle-blower – Valerie Warwick
We have been sharing for some time now that Cancer is an industry. A very, very lucrative industry and that there is no incentive to find the cure. In fact “the cure(s)”, not to mention the causes, have been deliberately suppressed to keep this barbaric industry in business.
We are very honored to be joined by the former Oncology nurse of 17 years Valerie Warwick, who quit after she could take no more of what she witnessed and experienced. No one is better qualified to share with you the realities of the “cut, burn & poison” modalities of so called modern cancer therapy.
EVERYONE should listen in and hear, straight from the horse’s mouth, this critical information – especially if you are recently di-ag-nosed with the condition commonly known as cancer.
What cancer patients need to know before agreeing to conventional treatment?
How doctors profit off of chemotherapy;
Why doctors are not allowed to offer any other therapies;
as well as this we will all be discussing with Valerie the true modalities of healing this dis-ease of extreme toxicity and nutrient deficiency.
Join us, download and share far and wide as we find out the truth of How Doctors Profit From Cancer.
Saturdays at 11 am EST, 16 h London time
Week after week we are explaining how the medical industry, and it is money oriented industry poisons its clients (patients) in the name of curing or eradicating diseases. How can poison that will harm healthy human be beneficial to someone with ill health??? It takes a long time to condition man so that it cannot see the obvious trap. This conditioning we call educational process. Higher education, higher is the disconnect with reality. No wonder that doctors cannot see the light, and when they do they do not want to lose the privileges that their position in the society brings. Few are those that care enough to risk it all. One of them is Valerie Warwick. As an insider she shares stories of er experience with treatment of cancer. So if you still have a doubt in what we are saying listen to what she had experienced while working as a nurse in the field of oncology.