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New research conducted at the Albert Einstein College of

Medicine of Yeshiva University has found that chemotherapy

spreads cancer throughout the body, causing a sharp increase in

cancer cells circulating throughout the body (including the lungs).


Led by Dr. George Karagiannis, the research focused on

chemotherapy treatment of breast cancer, but further studies plan

to see how chemotherapy might also spread cancers of other

tissues, too.  The research was published in Science

Translational Medicine and is entitled Neoadjuvant chemotherapy

induces breast cancer metastasis through a TMEM-mediated



A summary of the study reports that “the authors discovered that

several types of chemotherapy can increase the amounts of

TMEM complexes and circulating tumor cells in the bloodstream.

It concludes that “chemotherapy, despite decreasing tumor size,

increases the risk of metastatic dissemination.”


In other words, even though chemotherapy “shrink’s tumors’,” it

also is spreading cancer throughout the body., functioning as a

kind of activation form future cancer-that generates repeat business

for the cancer industry.


Here is another article in Natural News:

Chemotherapy has long been considered an effective treatment

against cancer.  However, a recent study has suggested

otherwise:  according to researchers from the Albert Einstein

College of Medicine, chemotherapy may actually help spread the


For the purposes of their study, the researchers analyzed the

effects of chemotherapy on patients who were diagnosed with

breast cancer although the treatment was found to be shrinking

tumors, this was only for the short terms.  They discovered that the

chemotherapy could, in fact, encourage the spread and growth of

cancer cells throughout the body.

The researchers noted that, apart from increasing the chances of

cancer cells moving to another part of the body, the drugs could

also, provoke a repair mechanism.  This mechanism works two

ways:  first, it could allow the tumors to grow back stronger;

secondly, it could increase the number of blood vessels

“doorways” that would make it easier for the cancer cells to


This particular effect was notable in 20 patients who were

receiving two commonly used chemotherapy drugs, paclitaxel and

doxorubicin is typically used alongside other chemotherapy

medication, in this case, cyclophosphamide.