If you've had Chemo, if you are on Chemo, if you're contemplating Chemo you MUST read this.
“Many HD’s (hazardous drugs) are known human carcinogens, for which there is NO safe level of exposure. The development of secondary malignancies is a well-documented side effect of chemotherapy treatment.” --- OSHA Technical Manual (Occupational Safety And Health Administration)
Chemo is a derivative of Mustard Gas from WW1, so yes, second hand Chemo even in trace amounts can harm you. Hence why these suits are worn to mix chemo from bottles with needles into bags are still so feared by the Pharmacist. Don't get me started on what happens when it is spilled!
When it spills it's bring on the Hazmat!
In case you had doubts about my claim...
But wait a second these are "life saving medications" that are "good" for sick people, what do you mean there are no safe levels of exposure?
It takes time for illness to show up as visible noticeable symptoms which can take months or even years but it does include serious health problems, including cancer, miscarriage, and birth defects. The risks to your health exist at ULTRA-LOW exposures!
Exposure to cytotoxic chemicals from urine, feces, vomit, and sweat, are easy to come in contact with given it's something people taking chemo do lots of. This includes trace amounts that may be left on door knobs, floors, sink faucets, light switches, telephones, keyboards and from inhalation.
Are you telling me "Anti-Cancer" drugs can give my family members Cancer who are not even taking said drugs? Yes those drugs are that effective at CAUSING Cancer but don't worry they are good for you when sick because the "good Dr" told you so.
Pregnant women, babies and children are particularly vulnerable to the danger of secondhand chemotherapy due to the DNA-damaging effect of cytotoxic chemo drugs on rapidly dividing cells.
The World Health Organization advises health care professionals to educate patients on the risks of exposure to cytotoxic drugs but it most certainly isn't happening adequately.
How Do Family Members Get Exposed?
Chemo drugs are excreted from the patient’s body at high concentrations for a specific amount of time (from 1 to 9 days, with an approximation of about 48 hours after EACH treatment). This is the body working hard to excrete these extreme poisons as efficiently as it possibly can from the moment it enters the body. These drugs are excreted mainly through urine, however the drugs are also found in vomit, feces, saliva and sweat.
Is There Proof Of This?
Exposure of family members to antineoplastic drugs via excreta of treated cancer patients
CONCLUSION: We demonstrated contamination of the home setting and exposure of family members to cyclophosphamide via the excreta of outpatients receiving chemotherapy.
Published in 2013 in the Journal of Oncology Pharmacy Practice found here
Evaluation of surface contamination with cyclophosphamide in the home setting of outpatients on cancer chemotherapy
CONCLUSION: Surface contamination of the home settings of outpatients treated with cyclophosphamide was demonstrated 48 hours after administration.
Published in 2014 in the Journal of Nursing Education and Practice found here
Can I Really Be Harmed By Trace Amounts And Small Contact With These Drugs?
"Danish epidemiologists used cancer-registry data from the 1940s through the late 1980s to first report a significantly increased risk of leukemia among oncology nurses and, later, physicians. Last year, another Danish study of more than 92,000 nurses found an elevated risk for breast, thyroid, nervous-system and brain cancers."
Here are some stories of people exposed in the work place that died of Cancer. While I sincerely feel bad for them and their families it is mind boggling these fools eventually signed up to have more chemo injected afterwards.
What Should I Do If I Have Cancer?
First you must accept this FACT.
You can chug Tequila to sobriety faster than you can drug your way to health :)
Medical doctors do NOT use safe or effective treatments and instead are quite content to use cancer treatments which have less than a 3%, 5-year cure rate ------
(Journal of Oncology, 2004, volume 16, pp. 449-560)!!
Just for some perspective the "Placebo" effect is around 20% contrast that with the abysmal 3% (which is actually 2.1%). You have better odds than this in Vegas!