Exploiting the heartbreaking story of a Texas girl who underwent chemo for stage 4 non-Hodgkin's T-cell Lymphoma, The Amazon blog makes the suggestion that, even though chemo routinely harms and kills people, it's still the best option for adults and children who are diagnosed with cancer.
At the very same time that Amazon is banning all content about natural healing alternatives, Amazon Goes Gold is aggressively trying to indoctrinate its patrons into accepting the one-size-fits-all "remedies" offered by the multi-billion dollar cancer industry.
Plagiarizing the infamous "pink ribbon" campaign long promoted by the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer "awareness," Amazon's Goes Gold campaign will ship out gold ribbons with all Amazon orders during the month of September.
Amazon is also donating $4 million to the American Childhood Cancer Organization, Children's Oncology Group, Seattle Children's Hospital, the European Society for Pediatric Oncology, and St. Jude Children-s Research Hospital – all groups and organizations that reject natural alternatives to chemotherapy for treating cancer.
"Amazonians across the globe will show their support by wearing pajamas to work in solidarity with children who often spend years living in their pajamas during treatment and recovery from cancer," The Amazon blog's Dave Quigg explains.
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It probably won't come as a surprise to learn that the head of the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), the first group mentioned as one of Amazon's new allies, is a guy named Ken Wegner who used to be a lead scientist at drug giant Pfizer.
Wegner worked directly on "pharmaceutical product development," according to his LinkedIn profile. He also worked as a scientist at Hospira, a global pharmaceutical and medical device company with operations similar to Pfizer's.
What this suggests is that Wegner's approach to childhood cancer as the current head of ACCO centers entirely around conventional "treatments" like chemotherapy and radiation that destroy children's bodies by pumping them up with poison.
Children's Oncology Group is similarly run by pharma-mongers like Peter C. Adamson of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Adamson is buddies with Paul Offit, a Big Pharma hack who believes that children can safely be injected with up to 10,000 vaccines at once and live to tell about it.
These and other Amazon Goes Gold partners, in essence, represent a who's who list of some of Big Pharma's biggest propagandists. More important to them than actual healing is keeping the public under the delusion that chemotherapy is somehow a legitimate form of medicine that helps to fight cancer.
And Amazon is further doing its part to keep the ruse going by shipping all Amazon orders in "custom packaging" with a little gold ribbon to remind customers that they should immediately turn to chemotherapy the minute they or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer.
By couching this crafty little campaign in terms of good will and creating "awareness," Amazon and the cancer industry are basically marketing conventional cancer "therapy" to the masses, which are increasingly waking up to safer and more effective alternatives that don't cause potentially lifelong harm or even death.
Recognizing that chemotherapy is an excessively costly regimen that patients without insurance have gone bankrupt trying to pay for, Amazon is also reminding the public to fork over their hard-earned cash to help people pay for it as an act of charity.
Rather than advise its customers about cheaper, safer alternatives that might work without breaking the bank, Amazon is instead trying to raise more money to keep the conventional cancer industry fully funded, regardless of the harm it causes to many patients.
"I had an allergic reaction to a chemo medicine that I was getting," the young girl whom Amazon references in the blog article is quoted as saying about how chemotherapy harmed her. "It gave me pancreatitis. Then I became septic and went into multi-system organ failure."
Several of the cancer documentaries that Amazon banned from its website and Prime services discuss alternatives that might have helped this poor girl without destroying her vital organs. But rather than allow this helpful information to spread, Amazon has instead restricted all access to these resources, and is instead encouraging other children diagnosed with cancer to go down the same path – to their own demise.
"... some of the drugs and the chemo that they use are very, very harsh," the girl's father is quoted as saying about what his daughter endured.
"I just don't think there's enough research into how it affects kids – because they're little, and they're going to have the health effects of these heavy treatments for the rest of their life. As a parent going through all that, it's frustrating because you don't want them to deviate from the protocol, but this stuff makes your kid so sick."
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