Studies support that ingredients in common non-alcohol based antibacterial soaps such as triclosan can cause harm to the environment and to public health. And there is no evidence that non-hospital, “every day” use of these soaps are helpful to us at all. In fact, studies show that soap and water are just as effective as antibacterial soaps in killing germs – 99.4% compared to 99.6%. The documented negative effects of these ingredients surely pose problems for public health; the use of these soaps create too high of a risk considering the positive effects are marginal at best.
“…a significant percentage of cancer patients still receive the same treatments used 30-55 years ago, i.e. anti-hormone therapy, methotrexate, cyclophosphamide, prednisone, Fluorouracil (5-FU) , Tamoxifen, Cisplatin, Vincristine, radiation therapy, etc, etc.
Besides, conventional cancer treatment, even with today’s most state of the art chemotherapeutic cocktails still results in the decline of the patient health due to the large doses of extremely toxic poisons. That part has not changed.”
– Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH, in a response to Edzart Ernst’s Dec 2016 blog post addressed to Mr. Mueller