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Cancer Causes and Wrong Treatment


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Cancer Causes and Wrong Treatment

  1. 1. Are You One of the Victim with out your knowledge?Know what are the causes for today’s health issues from basic headache to cancer. Warning: The statements made on this website have NOT been evaluated by the F.D.A. Nothing on this website should be construed as diagnosing, prescribing or treating disease. It is presented for education only. We must legally warn you that if you are ill, have any disease, are pregnant or nursing, you should consult your medical doctor before attempting any alternative program. BCAAPM
  2. 2. Overcoming Cancer Courtesy to Robert & Kerrie BroeWarning: The statements made on this website have NOT been evaluated by the F.D.A. Nothing on this website should be construed asdiagnosing, prescribing or treating disease. It is presented for education only. We must legally warn you that if you are ill, have anydisease, are pregnant or nursing, you should consult your medical doctor before attempting any alternative program.BCAAPM
  3. 3. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1.2million cases will be diagnosed with cancer in the U.S.this year. More than 552,000 Americans will die of it.
  4. 4. By the year 2000, cancer replaced heart disease as theleading killer of Americans.
  5. 5. There is no cancer that has not been survived bysomeone, regardless how far advanced it was. If evenone person has succeeded in healing his cancer, theremust be a mechanism for it, just as there is a mechanismfor creating cancer.
  6. 6. The malignant tumor mass that is commonly calledcancer is in reality a symptom (or indication) of cancer.Cancer itself is the malfunctioning process that causestumor symptoms to appear. In other words, themalignant tumor is not “the cancer.”
  7. 7. Surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation do not rid thebody of cancer any more than eliminating smoke putsout a fire. It is one thing to address the symptom, andanother thing to address the cause, and more attentionneeds to be directed to the latter.
  8. 8. With cancer, it is not enough to merely manage itssymptoms. It’s time for a fundamental change in howwe think about this disease. A paradigm shift is inorder.
  9. 9. As a cancer grows, it interferes with the functioning ofthe healthy tissue that surrounds it. As cancer growsand causes pain, humans start looking for the cause ofthe pain and may find a lump. But many cancers are notpainful for a very long time. That’s why so manycancers go undetected for so long.
  10. 10. But only undetected by humans. The immune cells knowimmediately. Most humans never know about morethan 95% of all the cancer colonies in their bodies.
  11. 11. There have been 1.56 million published papers on cancerand 64 billion dollars spent annually to treat people withcancer.
  12. 12. The reports tell people that tumors don’t kill cancerpatients; rather, metastatic illness kills cancer patients.
  13. 13. In order to contain metastasis, you have to haveimmunity. A strong immune system is the only “drug”that works against cancer.
  14. 14. By the time a tumor is discovered there’s at least abillion malignancies in that tumor and they’re rapidlydividing—they’ve already “seeded” the rest of thebody by the time you’ve discovered you have cancer.
  15. 15. You have to have raw materials to feed the immunesystem and you have to have components that modulatethe immune system. Apparently, what’s going on is thatthere’s a communication breakdown among the cells.
  16. 16. There are 100,000 biochemical processes that occur inevery single cell, every second and we have about 100trillion cells in the body.
  17. 17. Cellular communication breaks down when the bodyis out of balance (whether it’s cancer, autoimmunedisorders or degenerative disease).
  18. 18. You have to avoid things that are interfering withthe communication.
  19. 19. Exposure to MSG is a powerful inducer of free radicalsthat last for a lifetime and have been connected topowerful stimulation of cancer growth.
  20. 20. People eat a lot of omega-6 fats, which not onlyproduce immune suppression but also are a majorpromoter of inflammation.
  21. 21. Conventional medicine’s approach to cancer preventionand treatment is a debilitating, and deadly fraud.
  22. 22. More people are living off cancer than dying from it.
  23. 23. There is no scientific proof whatsoever that cancer is adisease (versus a survival mechanism), most peoplewill insist that it is a disease because this is what theywere told to believe. Yet their belief is only hearsayinformation based on other people’s opinions. Theseother people heard it from someone else.
  24. 24. If we develop a tumor but we are eating right andwe’re avoiding bad oils and chemical food andglutamates, it’s very likely that the tumor will just staynicely tucked away.
  25. 25. With good nutrition, a tumor will become very benignin its behavior.
  26. 26. It is imperative, relative to prevention, not to eatfoods that turn into sugar, like pasta, bread, rice,potatoes. Cancer thrives on sugar.
  27. 27. It is appalling that some of the biggest cancer centersin the world tell their patients to eat sugars: pies,cakes, even cheesecake and birthday cake.
  28. 28. If you take animals in a lab with cancer and feed themsugar, they die sooner. They need to be on a sugar-free diet. No artificial sweeteners.
  29. 29. It’s clearly about the food we are eating; it’s about thechemicals in our environment. It’s the environmentaltoxicity.
  30. 30. We’ve been exposed to thousands of chemicals thathaven’t been on the planet before a hundred years ago.
  31. 31. The body has twenty-five-thousand-year-old geneticsand doesn’t really have a mechanism for getting rid of alot of these chemicals—toxins, plastics, hydrocarbons,and pesticides—that we now have in our bodies. We donot have a tool for this.
  32. 32. Cancer and other debilitating illnesses are not actualdiseases, but desperate and final attempts by the bodyto stay alive for as long as circumstances permit.
  33. 33. Detoxification isnecessary to removethe toxins from thebody.
  34. 34. Cancer cells are not part of a malicious disease process.When cancer cells spread (metastasize) throughout thebody, it is not their purpose or goal to disrupt the body’svital functions, infect healthy cells and obliterate theirhost (the body).
  35. 35. Self-destruction is not the theme of any cell unless, ofcourse, it is old and worn-out and ready to be turned-over and replaced.
  36. 36. Cancer cells, like all other cells, know that if the bodydies, they will die as well.
  37. 37. The body sees the cancer as being such an importantdefense mechanism that it even causes the growth ofnew blood vessels to guarantee the much-neededsupply of glucose and, therefore, survival andspreading of the cancer cells.
  38. 38. The immune system readily destroys the millions ofcancer cells that a healthy human body produces aspart of the daily turnover of 30 billion cells.
  39. 39. On the other hand, the immune system takes noaction to eradicate cancer cells that develop inresponse to a build-up of toxins, congestion andemotional stress.
  40. 40. Cancer is a survival mechanism, not a disease.Cleansing the body of accumulated toxins and wasteproducts through the various cleansing methodsremoves the need for cancer.
  41. 41. Cancer is not a disease; it is the final and mostdesperate survival mechanism the body has at itsdisposal. It only takes control of the body when allother measures of self-preservation have failed.
  42. 42. Cancer will only occur after all other defense or healingmechanisms in the body have failed.
  43. 43. In extreme circumstances, exposure to large amountsof cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) can bring abouta collapse of the body’s defenses within several weeksor months and allow for rapid and aggressive growthof a cancerous tumor.
  44. 44. Usually, though, it takes many years, or even decades,for these so-called “malignant” tumors to form.
  45. 45. People from all backgrounds and occupations can havecancer. However, if you dare look behind the mask ofits physical symptoms, such as the type, appearanceand behavior of cancer cells, you will find that cancer isnot as coincidental or unpredictable as it seems to be.
  46. 46. A cancerous tumoris neither the causeof progressivedestruction nor doesit actually lead tothe death of thebody. There isnothing in a cancercell that has evenremotely the abilityto kill anything.
  47. 47. What eventuallyleads to the demiseof an organ or theentire body is thewasting away of celltissue resulting fromcontinueddeprivation ofnutrients and lifeforce.
  48. 48. By definition, a cancer cell is a normal, healthy cell thathas undergone genetic mutation to the point that it canlive in an anaerobic surrounding (an environment whereoxygen is not available).
  49. 49. What makes 50% of the American population so proneto developing cancer, when the other half has no riskat all? Blaming the genes for that is but an excuse tocover up ignorance of the real causes. Besides, anygood genetic researcher would tell you that such a
  50. 50. Cancer is not generally inherited in the way that cysticfibrosis or hemophilia are. In most cases, the damage tothe genes occurs after birth. However, families canexhibit a strong predisposition to cancer, but it is usuallyrelated to some learned lifestyle practices and qualifies as
  51. 51. Cancer has always been an extremely rare illness, exceptin industrialized nations during the past 40-50 years.Human genes have not significantly changed forthousands of years. Why would they change so drasticallynow, and suddenly decide to kill scores of people?
  52. 52. There are no chemicals, agents, or elements, which canbe termed cancer causing, or carcinogenic. Nothingcauses cancer–a weak immune system allows cancer todevelop. Only when the immune system is incapable ofdestroying these malignant cells will cancer develop.
  53. 53. Damaged or faulty genes do not kill anyone. Cancerdoes not kill a person afflicted with it! What kills acancer patient is not the tumor, but the numerousreasons behind cell mutation and tumor growth.
  54. 54. Because the transformation of a normal cell into acancer cell is associated with the process of celldivision, tissues that relinquish the capacity to divide,such as nerve cells, cells of the voluntary muscles, andeven heart-muscle cells are virtually immune to cancer.
  55. 55. These root causes shouldbe the focus of everycancer treatment, yetmost oncologists typicallyignore them.
  56. 56. The indiscriminate reference to “cancer” as being akiller disease by professionals and lay people alike hasturned cancer into a disorder with tragic consequencesfor the majority of today’s cancer patients and theirfamilies.
  57. 57. Cancer has become synonymous to extraordinarysuffering, pain and death. This is true despite the factthat 90-95 percent of all cancers appear and disappearout of their own accord.
  58. 58. There is not a day that passes without the body makingmillions of cancer cells. Some people, under severetemporary stress make more cancer cells than usualand form clusters of cancerous cells that disappearagain once they feel better.
  59. 59. Secretions of the DNA’s anti-cancer drug, Interleukin II,drop under physical and mental duress, and increaseagain when relaxed and joyful. Thus, most cancersvanish without any form of medical intervention andwithout causing any real harm.
  60. 60. At this moment, there are millions of people walkingaround with cancers in their body without having aclue that they have them. Likewise, there are millionsof people who heal their cancers without evenknowing it.
  61. 61. Overall, there are many more spontaneous remissionsof cancer than there are diagnosed and treatedcancers. The truth is, relatively few cancers actuallybecome “terminal.” However, once diagnosed, the vastmajority of all cancers are never even given a chance
  62. 62. They are promptly targeted with an arsenal of deadlyweapons of cell destruction such as chemotherapydrugs, radiation and the surgical knife.
  63. 63. Although cancer specialists know that very few cancerpatients are cured by radiotherapy, they continue torecommend it widely.
  64. 64. The problem with cancer patients is that, terrified bythe diagnosis, they submit their bodies to all thesecut/burn/poison procedures that, more likely than not,lead them to the day of final sentencing, “We have totell you with our deepest regret there is nothing morethat can be done to help you.”
  65. 65. The Western Medical profession has been lying topatients, telling them that when they have metastaticcancer, their only chance of survival is a combination ofchemotherapy and radiation. But they know that oncecancer metastasizes, conventional treatment won’t do
  66. 66. The entire cancer treatment “industry” has beenfollowing a faulty paradigm for close to a hundred years.
  67. 67. The presumption that cancerous cells must be cut out ofthe body was accepted without question. It just madesense.
  68. 68. This approach does a lot of damage.Toxicity aside, this approach doesn’twork.
  69. 69. Prevention is being ignored by practitioners everywhere.
  70. 70. The trillions ofdollars vested in itsperpetuation havecreated a powerfuland virulent forceagainst change.
  71. 71. Physicians who are dependent onpharmaceutical money are notgoing to criticize chemotherapy.They’d lose their grants and thepresident of the university will tellthem, “We’re at risk of losing tensof millions of dollars.” If theycontinue, they risk being let go bythe university.
  72. 72. Researchers and doctors in big universities actuallydepend on these grants both from government andfrom the private institutions for their survival. Guesswho gives the grants? The pharmaceutical companies!Guess who controls the grants the government gives?
  73. 73. Both the government and the pharmaceutical companiesare making billions of dollars off the improper treatmentof cancers.
  74. 74. Radiation is known to induce cancer. It is impossible togive radiation treatments without injuring normal cells.
  75. 75. Radiotherapy can also cause secondary cancers after theprimary cancer has been treated, leading to secondarydiseases such as pneumonitis and radiation fibrosis.
  76. 76. Much higher doses are involved in cancer treatmentthan in diagnostic X-rays, because the purpose is to killcells, or cripple their ability to reproduce.
  77. 77. While a typical diagnostic X-ray might deliver one or tworads of radiation, a six-week course of radiotherapydelivers about 5,000 rads.
  78. 78. Mammograms are not really that diagnostic and may beinducing breast cancer, particularly in highly sensitivewomen.
  79. 79. A woman who has annual mammograms for ten yearshas a 50% chance of having at least one biopsy, even ifshe never develops breast cancer.
  80. 80. Smashing a woman’s breasts between the plates of themammography machine can also be damaging, becauseevery time they squash it, the cells are pushed out intothe lymphatic system and also the blood vessels, and youare more likely to cause metastases.
  81. 81. Mammograms exacerbate potential cancers and give youa higher risk of creating cancer because of exposure. Thebest thing is to get screened with an MRI. That gives youa lot more as a diagnostic picture.
  82. 82. Thermography is also good, because we know tumors arehot and benign lesions tend to be cool.
  83. 83. People don’t understand radiation biology and mostdoctors don’t understand radiation biology. But this iscertainly known to the radiation oncologists.
  84. 84. Like all failed paradigms in human history, this one iscoming to an end.
  85. 85. You don’t need to cut it out or otherwise purge it. Allyou need to do is stop the cells from dividing, and thecancer will disappear.
  86. 86. The human body is capable of doing this.
  87. 87. The cancer can be cured–not improved, but cured.
  88. 88. It’s a very brave choice to go against traditional medicineand embrace the alternative route.
  89. 89. The medical student goes to medical school all excitedbecause he’s told it’s the greatest medical school in theworld, and then they start teaching him about all thedrugs.
  90. 90. This student pays no attention to biochemistry—medicalstudents hate biochemistry, think it’s a waste of time.They can’t wait to start learning how to deal with drugs,radiation, diagnostic tests, and chemotherapy. Basic
  91. 91. The only basic science they know is how a drug works.As a result, our medical students are poorly educatedand they don’t even realize it. They are ignoring a massof knowledge, which is truly unfortunate.
  92. 92. It used to be thought that if patients survived five yearswithout signs of recurrence of their tumors, they werecured forever.
  93. 93. We now know, especially for breast cancers, they arerecurring after even ten years. They often develop lungcancer after the radiation treatments.
  94. 94. Studies have also shown that cancer cells are foundcirculating in the blood of 50 percent of breast cancersurvivors five years after they are supposedly cured. Somany women, declared free of cancer, are still at risk.
  95. 95. Chemo drugs are some of the most toxic substances everdesigned to go into a human body, their effects are veryserious, and are often the direct cause of death.
  96. 96. Like the case of Jackie Onassis, who underwent chemofor one of the rare diseases in which it generally hassome beneficial results: non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Shewent into the hospital on Friday and was dead byTuesday.
  97. 97. Chemotherapy kills white blood cells one cell at a time.It is destruction of an already compromised immunesystem, one White Blood Cell at a time. Over 60% ofCancer patients, who take Chemotherapy, die fromopportunistic illnesses like pneumonia, the commoncold, etc. instead of the Cancer itself.
  98. 98. Recent studies have shown that chemotherapy producesbrain damage in a substantial number of peopleundergoing it. This can manifest as depression, memoryloss, and difficulty thinking clearly.
  99. 99. Chemo drugs are some of the most toxic substances everdesigned to go into a human body, their effects are veryserious, and are often the direct cause of death.
  100. 100. We also know that the chemo damages the DNA in allcells of their bodies, especially those cells that divide thefastest—such as bone marrow cells, cells lining the gut,and liver cells.
  101. 101. What most oncologists never want to talk about is thatpeople taking chemo and/or radiation treatments are atan increased risk of a second malignancy not related totheir first one.
  102. 102. Women who have post-op chemo are at risk ofdeveloping leukemia/lymphoma or even thyroid cancer,as well as a greater risk of developing one of theneurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
  103. 103. A woman on tamoxifen is at a much greater risk ofdeveloping uterine cancer, and the effectiveness oftamoxifen in preventing breast cancer recurrence is inquestion, especially for black women.
  104. 104. For cancers that have already metastasized, whichincludes a great number of cancer cases, chemotherapyand/or radiation therapy is ineffective and there isgrowing evidence that it may actually reduce survivaltimes; that is, it is killing the patients earlier.
  105. 105. Chemo can make a great number of cancers temporarilyshrink, but then the cancer becomes resistant to not onlythat particular cancer chemotherapy but also to all forms of chemotherapy—it’s called multidrug resistance.
  106. 106. This makes the patient die faster, because the chemodamages their immune system as well as body resistanceto cellular and organ stress.
  107. 107. Chemo causes the tumors to shrink temporarily by killing the low-grade malignant cells and has no effect on thecells generating the cancer—the cancer stem cells. This is why when the cancer recurs it grows with a vengeance.
  108. 108. Multidrug resistance happens when you givechemotherapy to a patient and a greater number of thecancer cells will become resistant to the chemotherapy,meaning it won’t work even the least bit. And once itdevelops this multidrug resistance, it resists everychemotherapeutic agent from then on.
  109. 109. Chemotherapeutic agents produce enormousinflammation and free radical generation in the entirebody, which is what stimulates the growth of cancer. Itmakes the cancer invade a lot more and metastasize,and shortens the patient’s life span.
  110. 110. When any chemotherapeutic drug isspilled in the hospital or anywhereen route, it is classified as a majorbiohazard, requiring the specialiststo come and clean it up with theirspace-suits and all their strictlyregulated protocols.
  111. 111. Above is an image of the burning and scarring resulting“of a spill of chemotherapy onto the bare hand. Is it anywonder that chemotherapy nurses wear 3 pairs ofprotective gloves?
  112. 112. We thought using leeches was barbaric!
  113. 113. Of those who are diagnosed with cancer, a significantnumber succumb to the disease and die–often withconsiderable suffering.
  114. 114. For every year following 1975, the number ofAmericans dying from cancer rose annually until 2000.If the cancer treatment program of the U.S. had beensuccessful, there would have been declines in thecancer mortality rate after 1975 instead of increases.
  115. 115. The numbers of Americans who died from cancer in1975 was 430,002. By 1985, the number had surpassed500,000 people per year and by 2000 had reached thehighest level at over 561,099.
  116. 116. The number of Americans who have been losing theirlives to cancer, during the 1990s and 2000s, reachedover 1500 people a day–the count of a World TradeCenter building implosion (9-11) incident. That numbertranslates into 63 Americans dying from cancer everyhour of the day–or 1 American dying from cancer
  117. 117. The current approach to cancer is an absolute failure.For most of the cancers that are a real concern to theworld, the present “official” treatments are virtuallyineffective.
  118. 118. For leukemia, they have had real success, and alsowith some bone cancers. But if you look at the majorcancers, the real killers—like lung, breast, prostate—they’ve made no significant inroads in reducingmortality.
  119. 119. They are diagnosing a lot of cancers that never wouldhave spread in the first place because they are veryslow-moving and invading.
  120. 120. For instance, DCIS (ductile carcinoma in situ) breastcancer—in most cases this never metastasizes, neverinvades. And if you didn’t know you had it, you couldjust go on living a normal life span.
  121. 121. Mastectomies, for the vast majority, have beenunnecessary for those women who have had DCIS. Thisis a big discussion topic among oncologists. You see itin their journals.
  122. 122. They are over-diagnosing both prostate and breastcancers because they know if you look at a woman agefifty, about 40 to 45 percent of them will have breastcancer cells in their ducts. Most of them will never getbreast cancer, or at least it won’t spread.
  123. 123. The same thing is true with male prostate cancer. If youlook at the majority of men age seventy, almost 70percent of them have prostate cancer cells. If you don’tlook, far fewer than that will ever develop prostatecancer, maybe 2 or 3 percent, and these won’t be
  124. 124. If we didn’t go through all this aggressive diagnosis ofcancer, we would never have known these cancersexisted, and the cancer rate would be much lower. Byover-diagnosing, they improve their statistics. It makesit look like the war on cancer has made headway, whenin truth they haven’t made any headway.
  125. 125. And then these poor patients go through all this hell,when, in fact, they had a prostate cancer that neverwould have escaped the prostate gland and nevercaused any problems.
  126. 126. But now they’ve gone through this horrible surgery,radiation, ruined their bowel, ruined their bladder,and they have complications associated with it. All fora cancer that never would have caused them anyproblems.
  127. 127. Part of the problem is that they are making a lot ofmoney. Once these things get popular as diagnostictests—like mammograms, for instance, which all thehospitals use—and you’ve got doctors who specializein this technology, then all these things become bigmoneymakers. And then it feeds on itself.
  128. 128. If we found the cure to cancer, there would be aterrible economic impact. Hospitals would have to getrid of all their mammogram units; they would get rid ofa lot of the CT scanners and MRI scanners. Oncologistswould be out of their jobs; radiology units would close.The impact would be hundreds and hundreds of
  129. 129. The pharmaceutical companies would lose majorrevenues. The impact would be enormous, and that iswhat keeps research from following a course thatwould lead to truly curing patients.
  130. 130. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you may notbe able to change the diagnosis, but it is certainly inyour power to alter the destructive consequences thatthe diagnosis may have on you. The way you see thecancer and the steps you take following the diagnosisare some of the most powerful determinants of your
  131. 131. Cancer is not just a word, but also a statement thatrefers to abnormal or unusual behavior of cells in thebody. If your doctor called you into his office and toldyou that you had cancer, you would most likely feelparalyzed, numb, terrified, hopeless, or all of theabove.
  132. 132. The word “cancer” has the potential to play a verydisturbing and precarious role, one that is capable ofdelivering a death sentence. Being a cancer patientseems to start with the diagnosis of cancer, althoughits causes may have been there for many years prior tofeeling ill.
  133. 133. Within a brief moment, the word “cancer” can turnsomeone’s entire world upside down.
  134. 134. Cancer can have no power or control over us, unlesswe unconsciously allow it to grow in response to thebeliefs, perceptions, attitudes, thoughts, feelings wehave, and the life choices we make.
  135. 135. Holding on to resentment, anger and fear, or eatingfast foods, chemical additives, and artificialsweeteners, is no less dangerous than drinkingpolluted water; it may just take a little longer to killa person than tiny amoeba can.
  136. 136. Constant conflicts, guilt and shame, for example, caneasily paralyze the body’s most basic functions, andlead to the growth of a cancerous tumor. There is acertain pattern of thinking, believing and feeling that iscommon to most persons with cancer.
  137. 137. A cancer patient feels burdened by some poor self-image, unresolved conflict and worries, or pastemotional trauma that still lingers in his/hersubconscious.
  138. 138. Cancer, the physical disease, cannot occur unless thereis a strong undercurrent of emotional uneasiness anddeep-seated frustration.
  139. 139. Cancer patients typically suffer from lack of self-respect or worthiness, and often have “unfinishedbusiness” in their life. Cancer can actually be a way ofrevealing the source of such inner conflict.
  140. 140. Cancer does not cause a person to be sick; it is thesickness of the person that causes the cancer.
  141. 141. To treat cancer successfully requires the patient tobecome whole again on all levels of his body, mindand spirit. Once the cancer causes have beenproperly identified, it will become apparent whatneeds to be done to achieve complete recovery.
  142. 142. It is a medical fact that every person has cancercells in the body all the time. These cancer cellsremain undetectable through standard tests untilthey have multiplied to several billion.
  143. 143. As long as the causes of tumor growth remain intact,cancer may redevelop at any time and at any rate.
  144. 144. Curing cancer has little to do with getting rid of a groupof detectable cancer cells. Chemotherapy and radiationare certainly capable of poisoning or burning manycancer cells, but they also destroy healthy cells in thebone marrow, GI tract, liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, etc.,which often leads to permanent irreparable damage of
  145. 145. The amount of chemotherapy necessary to kill everylast cancer cell in a human body is almost invariablylethal to the body itself.
  146. 146. A real cure of cancer does not occur at the expense ofdestroying other vital parts of the body.
  147. 147. Each year, hundreds ofthousands of people whowere once “successfully”treated for cancer die frominfections, heart attacks,liver failure, kidney failureand other illnesses becausethe cancer treatmentsgenerate a massive amountof inflammation anddestruction in the organsand systems of the body.
  148. 148. These causes of death are not being attributed tocancer. This statistical omission makes it appear we aremaking progress in the war against cancer.
  149. 149. Many more people are dying from the treatment ofcancer than from cancer itself. A real cure for cancer isachievable only when the causes of excessive growthof cancer cells have been removed or stopped.
  150. 150. A lifetime accumulation of toxins stays in your body.This accumulation of toxic residues cause DNA damage.The older you get the more DNA damage you get, andmany of these toxins produce enormous numbers of
  151. 151. As you get older you have more trouble repairing yourDNA, so if you are age seventy-five or eighty, yourability to repair DNA is just a fraction of what it waswhen you were forty or even fifty. And that puts you atextremely high risk.
  152. 152. Aging is simply an acceleration of inflammation. By thetime you’re in your sixties, the amount of inflammationin your body is considerable. By the time you areseventy or eighty, it’s astronomical.
  153. 153. This constant inflammation in the body is damagingyour DNA and setting the stage for cancer development.
  154. 154. The strongest link to cancer is chronic inflammation.
  155. 155. Cancer is an epidemic and it boils down to a mixture ofpoisons in the environment and poisons in our food,coupled with genetics. But how do you explain thatmany women are getting breast cancer with no familyhistory of breast cancer? It’s obviously toxicity from
  156. 156. We also have a tremendous amount of radioactivefallout, and viruses are out of control, along withpesticides and herbicides, which are xenoestrogens.
  157. 157. An overload in estrogen results not only in breast andprostate cancer, but also brings you out of yourequilibrium with your progesterone, testosterone,and estrogen. If you are not in balance hormonally,then there is a great chance that you will develop a
  158. 158. There are many, many causes of cancer, and it’s amultifaceted activity that goes through years andyears of changes in the body. We are not eatingproperly, nor are we aware of the damage caused byeating chemical-laden foods, plus we have
  159. 159. There are a multitude of factors that play a role in whywe are getting cancer in these unprecedented amounts.Many of these things you can regulate yourself.
  160. 160. If we are going to consume, breathe, and live withchemicals, we are asking for it. It’s not an accident toget cancer. If we allow stress to run unchecked, if wedon’t value sleep and get enough of it, then theconsequences are ours. But we have not educated thepublic.
  161. 161. People do not know or understand the consequencesof toxicity, so they continue to eat poisoned foodloaded with chemicals, with no nutritional value,which is like not eating at all. Yet the toxins arecreating disease with each breath or bite they take.
  162. 162. We are being poisoned to death, and we’re beingstarved to death in the land of plenty. It’s a slowpoisoning. The chemicals have crept up on us. Wedidn’t realize, but now, little by little, one by one,some of us are starting to wake up.
  163. 163. Unfortunately, most people are not aware that thereis this silent enemy out there, and everyone is deafand asleep and they don’t see it coming. As a result,our immune systems are down.
  164. 164. We are living in a pressure cooker; the economicconditions are such that our emotions are affectedand so are our hormones. Hormones play a role indepression and very few doctors pay attention towomen’s hormones.
  165. 165. Then there are food allergies and food intolerances.Allergies play a big role in health. Food affects us, butwe have not been trained to listen to our bodies.
  166. 166. The problem with these food intolerances is thatafter a while the body stops working correctly; itcan’t absorb the nutrients anymore, from the gutbeing disturbed for so long. Now you’ve got trouble.
  167. 167. No absorption of nutrients, no nutrition intake, andyou starve to death, even though you are eating.Starvation leads to disease. Food intolerances clearlyaffect those who fall into this category.
  168. 168. Most sick people have to have their nutrition deliveredby IV, or through juicing. It’s far more effective becausethey can metabolize it this way.
  169. 169. Then we have the inappropriate use of antibiotics infarmed fish, in beef, in chicken, and hormones being putinto the animals. These hormones are given to animalsto make them fat so they can make more money. Thereare estrogenic effects from all the hormones that affect
  170. 170. And another big problem is genetically modified foods(GMO), but the government isn’t paying attention to it,or is purposely allowing this. There are no studies onwhat is going on with GMO food and its negative effects.
  171. 171. Then factor in all the additives, such as high-fructosecorn syrup, agave nectar, MSG, aspartame andsucralose, in virtually everything. So blend it all togetherand you realize we’ve created this milieu of disease.
  172. 172. We’re being starved to death and poisoned, right here inthe land of plenty. It happened because of greed. Itbegins with politics, and in order to change things, therehas to be campaign reform. Make the governmentagencies aware of what causes cancer, so they canchange our food supply and our eating habits and stop
  173. 173. The food manufacturers are not going to tell us thattheir food is making us sick. We need to understandthat we have to drink purified water withoutchemicals. Water that comes in plastic has phthalatesin it, and this is a cause of the high spike in breast
  174. 174. Toxicology on samples of women’s breast tissuefound that inside their tumors was arsenic, DDT, andPCBs. This is what’s happening and we the people arethe losers. There is an entire cabal against finding outthe causation of cancer, because of the fear of notgetting funding for research.
  175. 175. Holistic physicians know the causes of cancer, but theindustry ignores causation because of the greed ofpolitics. So instead, they allow the public to bepoisoned, protecting industry instead of us, thepeople.
  176. 176. We have tounderstand where thepoisons are comingfrom; when we open acan of beer or soda orwater we don’t realizeit’s lined withbisphenol A, achemical poison.
  177. 177. The thermal transfer cash register receipt tapes thatare given to customers contain 30% bisphenol A. Thisis absorbed through the skin by whoever handlesthem.
  178. 178. We think we can take in all of these poisons and notget ill. What are we thinking?
  179. 179. Cancer patients, for the most part, are sufferingthrough brutal chemotherapy regimens that havelong ago proven themselves to be ineffective.
  180. 180. The General Accounting Office (GAO) of the UnitedStates Government has stated in numerous reportsthat in spite of the increased usage of chemotherapyby medical doctors and hospitals in the treatment ofcancer that they cannot find any statistical data that
  181. 181. A long-term follow-up study shows that children whohave received chemotherapy develop 18 times moresecondary malignant tumors later in life.
  182. 182. The top 10 chemotherapy drugs used in the USA all listcancer as a side effect to using them.
  183. 183. Chemotherapy virtually obliterates thebody’s mechanisms for self-repair andrenewal.
  184. 184. Over 75% of oncologists polled said that if they hadcancer they would never use the same chemotherapythey prescribe on themselves.
  185. 185. A study of ovarian cancer found that the riskof developing leukemia after treatment withchemotherapy increased 21-fold or 2,100%.
  186. 186. It is extremely common, after an apparently successfultreatment, for the cancer to reappear; and when itdoes, it frequently comes back with a vengeance.
  187. 187. Once a relapse occurs, the chances of a secondremission are remote.
  188. 188. Today, chemotherapy remains the dominant modeof cancer treatment in the United States. Its use,often along with surgery and/or radiation, hasbecome almost routine.
  189. 189. Every year, approximately one million people, nearlyfour of five people with cancer, receive chemotherapyin this country.
  190. 190. The overall success rate of chemotherapy is no morethan 2-3% and for some types of cancer it is virtuallyzero.
  191. 191. It is well known that chemotherapy kills practicallyeverything it comes in contact with.
  192. 192. If Chemotherapy is spilled on you, it will burnright through your skin. That is why the peopleadministering it where rubber gloves.
  193. 193. If Chemotherapy is spilled on the floor duringadministration, the people administering it haveto put on a regulatory protective suit before theycan clean up such a spill.
  194. 194. Chemotherapeutic agents are among the mostpoisonous substances ever intentionally introducedinto a human. Oncologists continually walk a fineline, trying to give enough to kill the cancer cells,without killing the patient.
  195. 195. The drugs are so toxic that a miscalculation can be fatal. Chemotherapy agentstypically carry warnings about “the possibility of fatal or severe toxic reactions.”
  196. 196. If the intravenous needle through which they arebeing delivered leaks or slips out of the vein, theresulting scar tissue may cause the loss of the use ofthe arm.
  197. 197. Current textbooks tell nurses whoadminister cytotoxic drugs towear long-sleeved gowns faceshields or goggles, shoe covers,and extra-thick latex surgicalgloves, which are to be changedevery half hour.
  198. 198. They are told never to eat, drink, smoke, or applycosmetics in the drug preparation area. They arewarned that merely handling the drugs poses“significant risks” to health care workers, includingreproductive abnormalities, liver and chromosomal
  199. 199. If these are the risks faced by nurses who simplyprepare the injections, what are the dangers to thepatients who have these agents injected or infusedinto their veins, or who put them into their mouthsand swallow them?
  200. 200. In most cases, chemotherapy seems to markedlydiminish the quality of life. Unless, of course, youhappen to like losing all your hair and incessant,uncontrollable vomiting for hour upon hour, evenbreaking bones or rupturing the esophagus.
  201. 201. Oncologists characteristically downplay the levelof suffering involved when they recommendchemotherapy to people with cancer.
  202. 202. Only rarely are patients given accurate andcomplete information in an understandable fashionso that they can make truly informed choices.
  203. 203. Far more commonly, chemotherapists thinkthey know what’s best for the patient, and onlygive lip service to the ritual of obtaining
  204. 204. During World War II, an accidental explosion ofmustard gasses in Naples harbor killed manypeople. Autopsies revealed that these people diedbecause their immune systems atrophied and someof their bone marrow cells had disappeared.
  205. 205. The scientists thought that cancers originating inthese types of tissues might be effectively treatedwith the chemicals in mustard gas.
  206. 206. Back in 1950, Congress gave the National Cancer Institutefive million dollars to start a cancer drug developmentprogram. This program has been responsible for most ofthe cancer drugs that are now in use.
  207. 207. Sometimes a scientist has a bright idea for a drugthat might interfere with cellular growth andformulates a chemical combination from scratch.
  208. 208. Or a known chemical that a scientist thinks mightpossibly have an adverse effect on cancer ischosen for testing.
  209. 209. There are about 200,000 new chemicals recognizedworldwide every year. Any one of thesecompounds might qualify as a cancer drug.
  210. 210. Since 1955, when the cancer drug development programbegan, 500,000 compounds have been screened.
  211. 211. Of the 40 cancer drugs currently around, 26 of themare commercially available. Any chemical thatinterferes with the mechanism of natural celldivision is a candidate.
  212. 212. Most cancer drugsinteract with thegenetic material in acell.
  213. 213. The side effects of these chemicals are devastating!All these chemicals spell death to the lymphocytes,antibodies, and neutrophils of the immune defenseforces.
  214. 214. When we identify cancer cells inside the body, it’s thewhite blood cells of the immune system, which aremultiplying and dividing the fastest to fight the
  215. 215. If you have cancer now, you can be sure that yourimmune system is impaired.
  216. 216. When chemotherapy kills your white blood cells it is astep by step destruction of an already compromisedimmune system, one white blood cell at a time.
  217. 217. Over 60% of cancerpatients, who takechemotherapy, diefrom opportunisticillnesses likepneumonia, thecommon cold, etc.instead of the Canceritself because theyhave no immunesystem left to fightanything.
  218. 218. Chemotherapy also kills red blood cells.Red blood cells are your oxygen carriers.
  219. 219. All cancer patients have two things in commonregardless of the type of cancer they have. Theyare highly acidic and anemic which causes a myriadof health problems.
  220. 220. Acid drives out oxygen and creates an anaerobicatmosphere that cancer & other degenerativediseases love and thrive in.
  221. 221. The reason, many cancer patients are anemic, isbecause acid drives out the oxygen found in a redblood cell.
  222. 222. Advanced cancer patients are usually 1000 timesmore acidic than a healthy human being.
  223. 223. This low oxygen atmosphere is the perfect breedingground for cancer and may be the very reason whyadvanced cancer patients rarely recover.
  224. 224. This acid environment, as well as other factors likechemotherapy, can cause a condition called cachexiawhich causes the cancer patient to lose theirappetite and stop eating.
  225. 225. Around 40% of cancer patients die from malnutritionas a result of this condition not the cancer itself.
  226. 226. If a cancer patient is already acidic and if acid drivesout the oxygen causing an anaerobic atmospherethat cancer loves, how much sense does it make totake chemotherapy that will kill more of your oxygencarrying red blood cells?
  227. 227. That would create an even more anaerobicatmosphere and provide an even moredesirable situation for cancer to wreak havoc.
  228. 228. Chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, both killnormal cells in the bone marrow and in the digestivetract.
  229. 229. Serious side effects, such as diarrhea, vomiting, anemia,and a loss of hair, results.
  230. 230. They can also kill the patient.
  231. 231. Cancer cells are notorious for changing theircharacteristics. They can become resistantto even the most powerful of our chemicals.
  232. 232. Such resistance is the result of the mutations that occur.
  233. 233. Because all chemotherapeutic drugs aremutagens themselves, they may actually increasethe rate at which resistant mutants appear.
  234. 234. The drug may actually favor the mutations bydestroying the cells, which are sensitive to it.
  235. 235. Eventually, the resistant mutants will multiply and forma drug-resistant cancer that no chemical can touch. Andwith the immune system out of commission...
  236. 236. Surgery incites changes in the body that can stimulatemetastasis.
  237. 237. Surgery, for any reason, not just surgery for cancer,depresses the immune system.
  238. 238. General anesthesia depresses NK cell activity, part ofthe body’s innate defense against cancer: NK cellslocate and destroy cancer cells.
  239. 239. The actual surgery promotes metastasis in several ways.
  240. 240. First, some large tumors secrete compounds that keepsecondary tumors from growing or forming. Removingthese primary tumors gives the secondary tumorspermission to grow.
  241. 241. Cancer cells may be freed from the excised tumorduring surgery and enter the bloodstream.
  242. 242. Another effect of cancer surgery is an increase in cancercell adhesion (ability to attach to one another and tobody tissue).
  243. 243. Cancer is merely an indication that there is somethingmissing in our body and in life as a whole.
  244. 244. The way you see the cancer and the steps you takefollowing the diagnosis are some of the most powerfuldeterminants of your future wellness, or the lack of it.
  245. 245. However skilled we may have become in manipulatingthe functions of our body through the tools ofallopathic medicine, the basic, highly evolved principlesof evolution cannot be suppressed or violated withoutpaying the hefty price of side-effect-riddled sufferingand pain–physically, emotionally and spiritually.
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