Why women are refusing to be wrecked by this treatment

Here's a "Me Too" story you WON'T hear from the mainstream media.

Women across the country have been out-and-out abused by modern medicine. They've been put through poisonous, dangerous, and even downright deadly treatments they never needed for a cancer that never would've hurt them.

Now, new research shows how women are finding out, catching on, and taking action.

They're REJECTING a common cancer treatment.

Just four years ago, more than 1 in 3 women had toxic chemotherapy for early-stage breast cancer, or tumors that are often best given minimal treatment or even left alone.

Today, it's down to just 1 in 5 women, according to a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

It's as if they're lining up and saying "Me Too!" on this critical issue that can have a direct impact not only on health... but also the all-important quality of life.

Expect that number to keep dropping as mainstream cancer doctors realize that chemo is a risky "preventative treatment."

Back in 2013, 45 percent of cancer docs were pushing this therapy.

Today, that number is down to a third and likely dropping further, since there's a pretty good reason that women are rejecting chemo.

The short-term side effects can leave you fatigued and miserable, leaving you battling nausea, memory loss, and anemia. It can also lay waste to your immune system, making you more prone to infection.

And even when the treatment is over... long after those side effects fade... chemo isn't done with you yet.

Over the long run, it can increase your risk of far more serious health problems.

One study earlier this year found that 1 in 200 women treated with chemo and/or radiation for early-stage breast cancers will develop leukemia in the years that follow.

All from a "treatment" that many of them never even needed!

Breast cancer in the very earliest stages often does not need chemo. Often, it doesn't need any kind of treatment at all other than a doc who can keep tabs on the tumor.

When you do need treatment, a localized surgery will usually do the job with no need for a full mastectomy, risky drugs, or toxic chemo.

If you happen to need more aggressive treatment, there are ways to limit the damage, ease the side effects, and prevent further damage by working closely with a holistic medical doctor on natural detoxifying therapies.