−Video Transcript: Is the Cancer Tumor the Cancer?
G. Edward Griffin: The present orthodox view is that cancer is a lump or a bump. That’s the cancer. That’s the assumption. Now if that is true then to get rid of cancer all you have to do is get rid of the lump or the bump and hence we have surgery. Well that gets rid of the lump or the bump. Or we have chemotherapy, which poisons the lump or the bump if we got rid of it. Or we have radiation, which burns it and got rid of it.
And you undergo these three therapies and to get rid of the lump or the bump the doctor will say, “it looks like we got it all.” That famous line, “We got it all.” But did they? No the statistics show that in most cases it comes back. They didn’t get it all because that was never the cancer in the first place.
If you’re a farmer and see all these little black spots on your corn leaves and you think, well those are black spots. That’s the disease and you get scissors out and you cut all the black spots away, well you say we got it all, right? No, you didn’t because that wasn’t the disease. What caused those black spots is still present.