You are arguing apples and oranges and doing a poor job of it
I posted the original article I wrote based on two recognized peer reviewed studies. One was in the journal Cancer and the other was in The Oncologist.
Why do you insist on making false statements and referring to sites that misstated the study which demonstrated that chemo itself only contributed 2.1 to 2.3 percent to cancer survival? Exactly where did I state that only 2-3% survive chemotherapy, as you continue to falsely maintain? Once again, the study was a peer reviewed study published in Clinical Oncology and it has neither been withdrawn nor has any other study rebutted it. Neither your opinions nor misdirections, nor those of Anaxiperator on his dubious blog invalidate the study. Actually, they don't even address the study.
By the way, you say you know statistics. Do you know what the breast cancer survival rates are when you deduct the figures for DCIS, which is about 99% curable and was not even considered to be a cancer nor was it included in the statistics until a few years ago. When you deduct DCIS, the survival rates are actually considerably less than 50%. Maybe that is good in your estimation but it isn't in mine.
You are quite right when you say that figures lie and liars figure - and nowhere do we see more figurers than in mainstream cancer statistics.
You may now waffle on and try to misdirect as you will. As I said earlier, this is not a debate forum, and you are showing no ability to debate the subject at any rate. Before you do, I suggest you do your homework, because it is obvious that you know very little about the cancer industry and how they mislead and misrepresent cancer treatments to us.