Originally published January 25 2015
Cancer doctors 'fess up to making false diagnoses just to make more money
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The cytoxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer are well-established, and increasingly more people are waking up to the fact that this conventional treatment model is a sure death sentence for most critically ill cancer patients. But a whole new level of evil is creeping its way into the conversation, with cancer doctors now administering these deadly treatments to healthy people who don't even have a legitimate cancer diagnosis.
One of these agents of death is Dr. Farid Fata of Michigan, who recently confessed to intentionally misdiagnosing healthy people with cancer in order to get them on chemotherapy treatments. By doing this, Dr. Fata, who demonically told a court that engaging in this type of depraved behavior "is my choice," was bilking the system for tens of millions of dollars in kickbacks.
According to a recent USA Today report, Dr. Fata openly admitted that he administered chemo to patients for which it was "medically unnecessary." The married father of three, who was actively murdering patients for cash at Michigan Hematology Oncology Centers from 2009 to the present, had been treating roughly 1,200 patients for which he received more than $62 million from Medicare.
Such evils are worthy of life in prison, according to U.S. attorney Barbara McQuade, who is quoted as saying that Dr. Fata's case is "the most egregious" case of medical fraud that her office has ever seen. Besides actively defrauding the government (taxpayers) of tens of millions of dollars, Dr. Fata was lying to patients who trusted him, and slaughtering them in the process.
"In this case, we had Dr. Fata administering chemotherapy to people who didn't need it, essentially putting poison into their bodies and telling them that they had cancer when they didn't have cancer," McQuade stated to the Free Press. "The idea that a doctor would lie to a patient just to make money is shocking... Dr. Fata was unique in that he saw patients not as people to heal, but as commodities to exploit."
Cancer doctors have a financial incentive to give you toxic chemotherapy treatments, even if you don't have cancer! Dr. Fata is hardly alone in his wicked exploits. A 2012 survey of oncology doctors found that many of them recognize that they can make far more money by administering chemotherapy to their patients. The financial incentive to deceive patients for profit is high, in other words, and it is highly likely that there are many other doctors out there like Dr. Fata who are killing patients to feed their lust for money.
"Many of these unscrupulous physicians are like businessmen without a conscience," said Dr. Sayed Mohammed, a retired oncologist who says he's been observing such evils taking place for more than a decade. "The only difference is they have your health and trust in their hands--a very dangerous combination when money is involved."
Sadly, chemotherapy is fraudulent regardless of whether or not a patient truly has cancer. Though you won't hear it from the mainstream media, the true statistical failure rate for this common treatment is an astounding 97 percent for long-term metastatic cancers, which means that a vast number of people who undergo chemotherapy won't be cured of their cancers, and will more than likely die early as a result of the treatment.
"If [the mass media] did publish the long-term statistics for all cancers administered cytotoxic chemotherapy, that is 10+ years and produced the objective data on rigorous evaluations including the cost-effectiveness, impact on the immune system, quality of life, morbidity and mortality, it would be very clear to the world that chemotherapy makes little to no contribution to cancer survival at all," explains PreventDisease.com.
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