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5 Facts On Cancer That Conventional Medicine Is Now Aggressively Claiming Are Myths

by Dave Mihalovic, Ready Nutrition:

According to the conventional wisdom of mainstream medicine, the world’s leading health practitioners in alternative, complementary and integrative medicine have it all wrong and are misinforming millions in practice and on the internet with a barrage of myths and misconceptions they claim are causing more harm to cancer patients. Could this initiative to sway opinion by leading cancer authorities possibly, just possibly be related to the revolution that is happening around the world–highlighting the dangers and ineffectiveness of toxic chemotherapy and radiation, bringing cancer cures such as cannabis to the forefront, or the emerging mass markets now creating awareness on the reality of our food and the consequences of the cancer industry itself?

The Rise In All Types of Cancers Are Due To Our Modern Society Diets, Lifestyles and Environment

Why The Cancer Industry Claims This Is a Myth
The claim is that our genes are responsible, combined with the fact that people are living long enough now to develop cancer. It’s because of our success in tackling infectious diseases and malnutrition that we now get cancer. It’s perfectly normal for DNA damage in our cells to build up as we age, and such damage can lead to cancer developing. Cancer has existed as long as humans have.

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1 comment to 5 Facts On Cancer That Conventional Medicine Is Now Aggressively Claiming Are Myths

  • Fred Hayek

    Interesting stuff. I had cancer three years ago and was *extremely* frustrated with the way my doctors would not tell me everything even when I explicitly asked them to do so. I don’t think they were being malicious. There were just so accustomed to treating patients in a subtly and sometimes not so subtly condescending fashion that they kept falling back to it. I had radiation treatments. I had a full throated shouting argument with the oncologist at one point. It felt really good. I had some inkling of the information in this article and would have likely balked at chemo but I endured two operations attempting to remove the tumor then 34 lovely radiation treatments.

    Any readers who are diagnosed with cancer should be wary of their interactions with their doctor. For one thing, doctors make mistakes. They act as though it’s not possible but the doctor who performed the two different surgeries to remove my cancer essentially f’d up in not getting it. So, then it was on to radiation.

    The nurses, by the way, were wonderful, the very souls of human empathy.

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