Wow - where to start? I'd love to see verified stories of people living long healthy lives because of chemo. It would be mostly anecdotal since recent studies show that Chemo has statistically zero (1-2%) positive effect on short term cancer outcomes with 80% of those in the profession saying they wouldn't use it on themselves.
Common sense alone is all you need to know what effect continued poisoning with toxic chemicals has on long term health outcomes. Every bit as fatal to your health as to your family savings - 2% (statistically insignificant) short term boost notwithstanding.
And when you talk about 40% of Americans "needing therapy" for Depression - what kind of therapy are you talking about? The psychiatric profession long ago decided that the prescription pad was far and away more effective than counseling. And now recent studies show that those effective anti-depressant drugs are no more effective than placebo. So again, what exactly is this therapy that 100 million plus Americans need? If counseling and drugs don't work..is it back to electric shock therapy?