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[Warning] Cancer Drug GIVES You Cancer?

Imagine that you’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer.

You’re scared. Your head is spinning.

But then your doctor says he has good news – there’s a new type of drug that can kill your cancer.

Except this drug isn’t killing your cancer at all – it’s actually FEEDING it!

There are countless women in this situation RIGHT NOW, thanks to a drug that never should have seen the light of day.

Don’t be next.

Here’s how to protect yourself and your loved ones from this horrific Big Pharma scam.

Lapatinib is a breast cancer “treatment” that promises patients it’ll shrink their tumors.

However, nothing could be further from the truth.

As it turns out, Lapatinib may actually make cancer grow faster.

New research out of Europe has found that Lapatinib has a fatal flaw that can feed cancer instead of stopping its growth.

You see, Lapatinib is a “kinase inhibitor” that’s supposed to shut off something called the “HER2 protein.”

HER2 is a responsible for allowing cancer cells to grow and divide, so shutting it off would be a very good thing.

But, apparently, that’s not what Lapatinib is doing.

Specifically, the research team found that Lapatinib causes HER2 receptors on cell membranes to pair up with HER3 receptors.

When that happens, it sends a message for breast cancer cells to keep dividing and spreading – even faster than before you were treated with the drug.

Taking Lapatinib may be worse than ignoring your cancer altogether!

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is taking Lapatinib, talk to your doctor about alternatives.

That simple conversation could end up saving your life.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health