Cancer Is Like War?

a: Cancer ~
b: war

What: "Perhaps fighting cancer is like the Vietnamese war? I have maintained that treating cancer based on the concept of war would never succeed! If doctors wage an unending war within the body - what do you think happens to the battleground (your body!)? Surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc. are advanced, mighty "fire power." Cancer cells are just tiny enemies floating and circulating around in the blood stream that later attach themselves to certain tissues of the body. Can these awesome treatments destroy all cancerous cells yet at the same time not destroy the host i.e., you and your living systems? Are we healing the sick body or are we creating more Vietnam, Hiroshima and Iraq?"

Writer: Not Stated
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 11 2011 8:47 PM

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