(NaturalNews) A Canadian man who, for years, had blogged about his battle with colorectal cancer, died last Tuesday. Derek K. Miller, 41, relayed his prepared death announcement through a friend in advance, and the message was posted as a final blog entry that ended up going "viral" across the web. But what mainstream reports are leaving out concerning Miller's death is the fact that the radiation, chemotherapy, and other conventional cancer treatments Miller received, are likely the actual culprits in his unfortunate death, rather than the cancer itself.
The final blog entry posted to Miller's website, www.penmachine.com, on May 4, 2011, says, "Here it is. I'm dead, and this is my last post to my blog. In advance, I asked that once my body finally shut down from the punishments of my cancer, then my family and friends publish this prepared message I wrote." It goes on to explain when Miller was born, as well as details about his family members.
But an April 10, 2011, entry Miller made explains that he underwent "radiation, surgery, (and) chemotherapy" for nearly five years of his life. As most people familiar with cancer know, radiation and chemotherapy treatments are brutal, and chemotherapy in particular is devastating to the immune system. Ironically, chemotherapy drugs are actually responsible for causing cancer, according to their labels (http://www.naturalnews.com/029191_secondhand...).
And radiation "therapy" is not any better, as the 20,000 millisievert (mSv) dose typically administered for cancer treatment is twice the amount of what is considered a "fatal dose" of radiation (http://www.naturalnews.com/032136_radiation_...). This means that those receiving radiation as a supposed cancer treatment are actually receiving a twice-fatal dose of toxic poison, which by all scientific accounts is absolutely deadly.
Administering just these two conventional cancer treatments together for five years is a surefire way to accelerate the death process, and unfortunately this is what Derek Miller did by agreeing to participate in not only this, but also surgeries like an ileostomy, which involved redirecting his small intestine to the outside of the body (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ileostomy).
Sadly, Derek Miller's death is more an indictment of conventional cancer treatments than it is cancer. If Miller had chosen to avoid conventional treatments, and instead employ natural, nutrition-based cancer therapies like the Gerson Therapy (http://www.gerson.org/), he may have been able to overcome his cancer without having to succumb to the fatal tortures of radiation and chemotherapy.