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Well, that’s exactly what happened. Scientists found that healthy cells damaged by chemo secrete a protein called WNT16B. The neighboring tumor cells take up this protein and it protects the tumor cells from destruction. But it gets even worse. Not only does it protect the tumor cells, but it stimulates them to become more aggressive, invade and resist subsequent therapy.
This really shouldn’t be a “completely unexpected” finding. Oncologists have seen this time and time again in their practice. But few of them actually pay attention to what they see clinically. Sure, poisons beat up the cancer at first. But the disease comes roaring back VERY frequently. Only 1 in 50 stage-4 cancer patients who received chemo are alive after five years. Yet the drum beat to push chemo goes on.
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