According to reports, the far-left Supreme Court justice, who was mysteriously reported dead earlier this year on Fox & Friends, was given radiation treatments for three weeks after the “localized malignant tumor” was found on July 31.
The United States Supreme Court publicly announced that RBG had allegedly received her radiation treatments at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and that these treatments included the insertion of a stent into the 86-year-old’s bile duct.
This latest cancer is different from the one that RBG had previously been diagnosed with on her left lung, which she had surgically removed back in December 2018.
Up until this announcement, many had been speculating as to the whereabouts of RBG, who has rarely been seen since that surgery. And when she has supposedly made an appearance, photos and video are often grainy or questionable.
What we are now supposed to believe is that RBG is still kicking, but that she keeps succumbing to cancer in different areas of her body. And in response, the cancer industry is supposedly blasting her with cancer-causing radiation, or at least this is what the corporate media is claiming.
The mainstream media has also released photos that it claims are of RBG being walked up the stairs to her private residence in Manhattan’s Upper East Side after one of her radiation appointments – this allegedly proving that RBG is, in fact, still alive and capable of doing her job.
Did RBG’s conventional cancer treatments from the past cause her to get cancer again?
The purpose of this story is not to necessarily debunk the media’s claim that RBG is still alive, though this is somewhat questionable. It is more about pointing out the fact that, once again, a famous person is in the spotlight for supposedly undergoing a cancer treatment protocol that is known to cause cancer.
Because of its ionizing nature, radiation invades cell tissue, including healthy cell tissue, and basically destroys it. As Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, correctly points out, it is a non-selective, and very outdated, protocol with numerous viable alternatives, especially in the case of pancreatic cancer.
“Pancreatic cancer can be treated holistically, and while no treatment offers a sure cure, holistic treatments have the advantage of supporting the body’s immune response rather than destroying it,” Adams writes.
“Cancer is rarely limited to just one group of cells, especially when diagnosed in elderly individuals. Although we don’t have access to RBG’s medical records, it is statistically likely that she currently suffers from multiple cancer tumors across her body, affecting multiple organs.”
Though media sources insist that RBG’s doctors have pronounced the rest of her body to be “cancer free,” Adams says this is likely not the case. We also know that RBG has had three other diagnosed cancers throughout her life, including a previous bout of pancreatic cancer from back in 2009.
Based on what we know about how conventional cancer treatment protocols like chemotherapy and radiation damage patients’ bodies in the longer term, it is likely that RBG is suffering from a cancer recurrence caused by her earlier treatments for these other cancers, which may have caused residual damage in her body to the point that she is now, once again, suffering from cancer.
“Radiation treatment, sadly, will only serve to accelerate the growth and malignancy of the other cancer tumors due to the immunosuppressive effects of ionizing radiation, even when that radiation is localized to cancerous tissues,” Adams points out.
To learn more about how the various conventional approaches to treating cancer are both antiquated and largely ineffective, be sure to check out Cancer.news.
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