How the American Cancer Society spins survival rates

According to the American Cancer Society, “More Americans than ever are surviving cancer.”

But are we?

Here’s an inside look at how the ACS deliberately spins the data to make the cancer industry look good. And boy do they ever…

It blew my mind when I connected the dots.

After watching this video, you will never look at cancer industry headlines the same way again.

January, 2020 Update
This year every major news media outlet had headlines like this one “Cancer death rate posts biggest one-year drop ever”.

There was a 2.2 percent decline in 2017, which is the single largest one year drop and there has been an overall drop in the death rate of 29% since its peak in 1991, which is great. The single biggest driver of this decline is a reduction in lung cancer death because of ongoing massive decline in smoking.

The death rate from lung cancer in men dropped by 51% from 1991 to 2017.

Wanna go further down the rabbit hole? Read this book:
National Cancer Institute and American Cancer Society: Criminal Indifference to Cancer Prevention and Conflicts of Interest By Dr. Samuel Epstein

Data Sources for the video:
National Cancer Institute

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