Welcome to Neon Appeal
This is the website to tell the true story of a dedicated Mother wishing for the best possible outcome for her son whom in October 2012 was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma.
The mainstream media reported a distorted, inaccurate account of the reasons behind Sally Roberts decision to mount a legal fight to insure that her son had the best chances of a long and healthy life after surgery misleading the public.
From the beginning it was obvious to Sally that the human body has a fantastic immune system and that rather than support this, chemotherapy and radiotherapy actually damage the immune system, often beyond repair. Her views were backed up by what she dug up in her research. X ray radiation is not a cure which does not increase survival time and actually instead significantly reduces the quality of life.
Over 150,000 cancer sufferers die each year using conventional treatments. The medical professionals accepts 5 years remission as a cure. Three things are not made clear:
- It is well known that survivors suffer dreadful side effects.
- Many of the children die of the toxic side effects of radiation and chemotherapy. If a child dies one day after the 5 years, they are still counted as a survivor.
- It is also presumed if a child dies of cancer after the 5 years have elapsed, it is a re-occurrence of the original cancer rather than a new cancer caused by the conventional treatment, which is more than likely to be the case.
There are well evidenced alternatives to radiotherapy and chemotherapy which have no side effects and are routinely used in hospitals in other countries. Doctors in the UK are restricted in what they are legally (and professionally) allowed to prescribe by the outdated draconian 1939 Cancer Act.
Adults at least still have the choice to choose another option, children however do not.
This website has been set up to shed some light on the truth and essentially to help raise awareness.
It will be continuously updated to provide empowering information for all those searching for a better means to help their loved ones in times of medical crisis.