by Erin Elizabeth
Chemo is not just for cancer anymore!
Yep, that’s right. That’s the new message being touted by the mainstream media and mouthpiece celebrities:
From NY Mag:
Selena Gomez recently revealed she used chemotherapy to try to treat Lupus. Now Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi, of Bravo’s “Shahs of Sunset,” is undergoing chemo to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Though the mixture of medicines and drugs is not often thought of as treating other diseases, chemotherapy can be used to combat a number of different illnesses, particularly autoimmune problems.
Dr. Joan T. Merrill, medical director of the Lupus Foundation of America says “What you are hoping is you hit the right dose of chemo to kill the problem and spare the cells you need to live.”
You read that correctly, you just hope you don’t hit the wrong dose and kill the cells you need. Great job “Doctor Merrill”. How young do you start using it on kids with autoimmune disorders? I hope when the history books are written that the real truth is exposed about Joan and giving chemo to young people with autoimmune disorders.
I asked several MDs (all who have at least 30 years of experience) who thought this was a terrible idea, but also weren’t shocked that this huge money making poison was being used to make a buck.
According to Merrill, among the diseases with which chemo can be used to treat are:
* Lupus, a multi-system autoimmune disease that can strike almost organ in the body.
* Rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic inflammatory disease that attacks joints
* Polymyositis, inflammation of the muscles
* Vasculitis, inflammation of blood vessels
* Crohn’s disease, inflammation of the bowels
* Psoriatic arthritis, an inflammatory arthritis
* Sceleroderma, a group of diseases that affect connective tissues in the body
We have talked with doctors and experts from around the world who treat their patients with natural treatments to heal these diseases. NOT chemotherapy.
Again, from the article:
Just the word “chemo” was enough to scare the “Shahs of Sunset” star.
“Never have I ever been so scared yet so excited at the same time,” Gharachedaghi posted on Instagram. “My RA is working in overcharge and my health has not been getting better. But today I will take charge and hope for a better tomorrow. Hopefully I will inspire others to not be afraid as well.”
And Gomez, who’s been talking about her disease and treatment, has explained that though Lupus has no cure, she currently has it under control. However, controlling this disease is done every day without putting poison into your body. Even PBS is talking about the dangers of chemo for people with cancer, let alone those who might have autoimmune diseases which doctors successfully treat all the time.
My cousin, a doctor, no longer has severe RA (or RA at all) after doing a natural treatment, and it sure didn’t include any chemo.
We feel for these poor women and definitely recommend getting a second opinion before injecting this outrageously expensive and dangerous money making poison into your body for an autoimmune disorder.