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Posted on 10-04-2013

BEST THING YOU CAN DO TO TREAT CANCER

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Elevation Health recently noted the medical industry has recently admitted the misguided war on cancer, after several decades and tens of billions of dollars spent, has seen the most common cancers — lung, breast, and prostate — still remaining major killers. Science is finding that in the case of prostate cancer, less success is achieved with chemotherapy, radiation and radical surgeries than with more conservative, less invasive treatments.

The elite physicians of cancer medicine (oncologists) will point to breast cancer as the real success story. Yet treatment of advanced breast cancer is no more successful today than it was before the advent of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. The only real development was the recognition or awareness of cancer and certainly the most well-known and publicized form, breast cancer.
 
“The most promising approach to the control of cancer is a national commitment to prevention.”
                                      New England Journal of Medicine - 1997
One thing is for certain: more pink chicken buckets and M&M’s won’t lead you down the road to cancer prevention. And although this is contrary to everything you’ve been taught and may even be difficult to believe, more testing has also been found not to be the answer. In fact, more cancer testing and pharmaceutical intervention has been found to be significantly more damaging to your health than cancer itself.

Hormone Replacement: Most women know that hormone replacement therapy can increase their risk of developing breast cancer. Estradiol, the most powerful form, is associated with a significant increased risk, and is the form found in Premarin, the common hormone replacement. In addition, this unnatural form of estrogen has a number of neurological side effects.


Mammography: An even greater revelation is that mammograms— a common diagnostic tool using X-rays to examine the breast — are not needed, and may even increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer. It has been estimated that yearly mammograms increase breast cancer risk 1 to 3 percent per year, and even at higher rates if one already has a genetic risk of the disease. This would mean that getting yearly mammograms for ten years would increase a woman’s risk 10 to 30 percent.


PSA Testing:  Dr. Richard Ablin, the discoverer of PSA (prostate-specific antigen, an enzyme made by the prostate), says the annual bill for PSA screening in the U.S. is $3 billion, even though the test "is hardly more effective than a coin toss." According to Ablin, the test does not detect the presence of prostate cancer. It merely shows how much prostate antigen a man has in his blood. "Infections, over-the-counter drugs like ibuprofen, and benign swelling of the prostate can all elevate a man's P.S.A. levels, but none of these factors signals cancer. Men with low readings might still harbor dangerous cancers, while those with high readings might be completely healthy," he says.


Let me help you understand why these bold statements are true and what you can do to put the power of prevention into your own hands. 

The first step is to attend the Elevation health Cancer Prevention Blockbuster Workshop Event on Monday evening, October 21st and learn the TRUTH regarding cancer prevention and the lifestyle changes you can apply that have been proven to destroy cancer cells.

Remember the cause is the cure! Remove health habits that interfere with your body’s innate ability to keep itself cancer-free. You don’t have to be a victim.

It's your future...be there healthy with WellnessOne!   Have a blessed day!

 

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