Interviewer: : Ty, you've talked about some of the, what we call the traditional therapies for cancer, the radiation, the chemo, the surgery. Talk about those and why those don't work because those, when we go to the doctor, those are our only options most of the time.
Ty M. Bollinger: Sure. Well, I've already touched on the chemo.
Ty M. Bollinger: The reason the chemo doesn't work is because chemo are immunosuppressive substances. Chemotherapy...for instance, the main breast cancer drug, Tamoxifen,okay? I believe it's still the main breast cancer drug; it has been for the last ten years. The World Health Organization declared that to be a known carcinogen in 1996. So, the WHO declares Tamoxifen to be a known cancer-causing agent, but that's the chief drug that's used to treat breast cancer, okay? Do you have to be a rocket scientist to understand that that makes no sense? That's absurd.
Chemo doesn't work because it kills your immune system and so without an immune system, you can't fight off the cancer because the chemotherapy, conventional cancer treatments, under a broad umbrella,chemo, radiation, and surgery, specifically chemo and radiation, they don't work because they don't treat the problem. They treat the symptom. The symptom of the problem is your tumor, okay? Your problem is not the tumor typically unless it's a brain cancer or something that's growing and it's filling up your skull, there's no room left, and you've got some issues with brain cancer. That's different. Brain cancer is unique. But, all other cancers, though, the tumor is not the problem. You're typically not going to die from the tumor.
The problem is you have a compromised immune system that allowed these cancer cells to form a tumor and the process called angiogenesis, which is where the tumor gets its own blood supply. All these things result from another problem. The tumor is the symptom. There's a quote that I use, that I quote in the book by Dr. Phillip Binzel. He says when he was going through medical school, he was an oncologist. He said he would be at the autopsy of cancer patients and the doctors would be thrilled that the tumor had shrunk. But they're at the autopsy. Because why? He says because we're treating the wrong thing. The tumor is not the problem. There are other issues that cause the tumor and that's what conventional oncology fails to address.
Radiation; when you radiate someone, what are you trying to do? Shrink the tumor. The tumor is not the problem typically. There's other problems. Does radiation build your immune system? Did you get sick from cancer because you had a compromised immune system from lack of radiation? No. So, what does conventional oncology fail to do? They fail to supply answers that will allow you to rebuild the compromised immune system that resulted in the cancer to start with. They're treating the wrong thing. Tumors are not typically the issue.
Interviewer: And the same with surgery then ...
Ty M. Bollinger: And the same...
Interviewer: ...because if they take the tumor out, the underlying problem...
Ty M. Bollinger: Right, you cut out a tumor, you still have the same problem underlying in your physiology that's going to cause the cancer to come back. So, in surgery,...also too, surgery will cause the spread of cancer because when you cut out a tumor, you can't get the whole thing. You can't get all of the millions of cancer cells. And so when you cut it, what happens to the cells? They're going to spread into the blood stream and they're going to cause the cancer to metastasize or spread. So, that's a problem with surgery, too. Sometimes, surgery you have to do, especially in instances of brain cancer. There are sometimes that you just have to go in and so, at that point, that's kind of a different ballgame there. But, typically, surgery is not the answer to cancer. Surgery is never the answer to cancer, but typically surgery isnot required.
Interviewer: What about along those same lines of skin cancer? A lot of people get skin cancer and surgery seems to be the most common therapy there and how effective is that in that form of cancer?
Ty M. Bollinger: Well, I mean when you cut...they have some different techniques where they'll freeze it off now and all that. As far as, you know, it depends on the kind of skin cancer. If you have basal cell carcinoma, typically the cutting off or the freezing, it works pretty well because it hasn't spread. It's just localized. Squamous cell is a little bit more serious. Melanoma is,don't try to cut off a melanoma because there is underlying cancer that's already likely spread.
It reminds me of a story of my grandma. Before she died, maybe five years ago, she was in hospice? No, she wasn't in hospice; she was in recovery after a fall, but she was just in a rehab center. But, she had a couple of spots on her face that just, that were basal cell carcinoma and she had had it before and the doctor said well,you know what, I'm going to need you...the doctor came to the recovery center to see her and he said I'm going to need to send you in in the next couple weeks to get those things cut off. And I said I'll tell you what, let's not do that, not have treatment; I think I can take care of it for her first. And the doctor laughed at me. But, I just used a little black salve called Cansema. It used to be called Cansema. Now, it's calledAmazon Black Salve. It has zinc oxide, blood root, and different escharotic type substances that will basically just cause the skin cancer to fall off if it's basal cell. Like I said, if it's melanoma, you want to try another protocol, but basal cell works pretty well with this Cansema.
So, I put it on grandma for three or four nights in a row and the little spot just fell off, both of them did. There were two big black spots and they just fell off. And then a couple weeks later, went to the doctor to have her checkup on her and she was just boggy-eyed. She couldn't believe that some dumb CPA tax guy knew any thing about cancer. But, all that to say skin cancers, there are several different natural substances and herbs that will take care of a skin cancer that has not spread, many different ones. I've got a chapter on skin cancer because it's so pervasive, in the book and I mention several different treatments that work well with skin cancer. There are a lot of different ones that work well, especially with basal cell and even with squamous cell.
Why do most conventional cancer treatments fail? Medical researcher Ty Bollinger discusses why chemotherapy, radiation and often surgery, do to not successfully treat cancer. Find out what the problems are and why it starts with the objectives doctors are looking for. Find out why these cancer treatments don't work!
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