Reports indicate that Trebek is nearing the end after having undergone multiple rounds of chemotherapy, which we know is a cancer industry go-to that wrecks a patient's immune system while supposedly killing cancer cells. Trebek thought he was done with his chemo treatments, only to be told that he still needed a few more.
"We thought I was finished with chemo," Trebek told reporters, adding that it "was a bit premature and certainly over optimistic." While he also says he's not afraid of dying, Trebek says that many people with the same condition are calling him for comfort, and he's not quite sure what to tell them.
"I was contacted recently by somebody, a woman, who had just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and she's taking it very badly," Trebek explained during a recent interview. "She's about 10 years younger than I am and I tried to cheer her up as best I could, but it's tough."
"They feel only despair and I don't know if I'm strong enough or intelligent enough to help alleviate some of that despair, so it's tough on me," he added.
There's absolutely no doubt in our minds that Trebek is a good guy who means well. But like so many others, the Jeopardy! host is under the false impression that toxic chemo treatments are his only option – and these treatments, he openly admits, are taking a huge toll on his health.
"I will keep doing it as long as my skills do not diminish – and they have started to diminish," Trebek says.
"I'm slurring my words. My tongue doesn't work as well as it used to, and the chemo has caused sores in my mouth. It makes it difficult for me to speak and enunciate properly."
We sincerely feel for Trebek, who's suffering from a disease that, as we've reported in the past, can take several decades to show up on tests. And once it does, pancreatic cancer is often too far along to be successfully treated using conventional methods like chemo, which kick an already distressed patient while he's down.
As explained by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, some successful strategies for staving off pancreatic and many other forms of cancer is to load your body up on vitamin D, as well as immune-boosting nutrients like selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, and zinc. It's also helpful to avoid sugar, which feeds cancer cells, as well as other junk foods that cause cancer to thrive.
In many ways, chemo falls into the "junk food" category in that it can also cause cancer cells to thrive by inhibiting the immune system's ability to naturally fight and kill off cancer cells. Even though it's not technically a "food," chemo is injected into a person's body, where it proceeds to kill off everything, including healthy cells that the body needs in order to live.
As it turns out, hundreds of thousands of cancer patients have died, not necessarily from cancer, but from chemo treatments – and sadly, it appears that Alex Trebek could very soon become yet another of these statistics. We sincerely pray that this will not be the case, but when chemo is involved, the chances of a person's survival are greatly reduced.
To learn more about how to prevent and treat cancer naturally, be sure to check out CancerSolutions.news.
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