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Incredible! NYT pushing toxic cancer drugs for healthy women who have no cancer

by Ethan A. Huff, Natural News:

A taxpayer-funded government task force has issued new guidelines that literally urge healthy women to take toxic cancer drugs “preventively” in order to allegedly decrease their risk of developing breast cancer. As recently promoted by The New York Times (NYT), these shocking new recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) have been issued despite a complete lack of evidence that the dangerous cancer drugs being recommended have any preventive efficacy whatsoever.

Fortifying earlier recommendations from 2002 that encouraged both tamoxifen and raloxifene as so-called preventive breast cancer treatment, USPSTF now says that healthy women with either a personal or family history of breast cancer, or who are considered “high risk,” should consider taking either of the two drugs for at least five years, even though doing so could cause major side effects like blood clots or stroke. USPSTF is also now pressing doctors to being actively prescribing such drugs to their healthy female patients, and particularly those between the ages of 40 and 70.

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1 comment to Incredible! NYT pushing toxic cancer drugs for healthy women who have no cancer

  • Rodster

    That’s a common practice in the medical community. Just have a look at all the normal adolescent kids who’s parents were talked into giving their kids psychotropic drugs. Last year I went to my doctor and they asked me several times if I was depressed, I said NO repeatedly. You should have seen the look on the nurse when I told her I took NO medications.

    What a mess we have become.

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