LAWRENCE, Mass. — A Massachusetts woman who withheld at-home chemotherapy medications from her autistic, cancer-stricken son was convicted of attempted murder Tuesday by jurors who dismissed her claim that she thought the side effects of the treatment could kill him.
what you call 'chemo' is basically poison, and slowly kills whomever takes it. chemotherapy's hypothesis is to kill unwanted cells faster than the healthy ones.
a horrible 'treatment' method.
There is a new improvement on chemotherapy by infusing the drug using nano particles. The drug in the form of nano particles reach the tumor and get activated to destroy the cancer cells. Using this method requires lesser dose and it has found to be more effective with reduced side effects than normal chemotherapy.