What Causes Cancer? Misconceptions Abound

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Thu May 17, 2018 02:52 PM

Most opinions are probably valid, but the same chemical reactions will not necessarily have the same effect on everyone. To minimize the risk, just expose yourself to a good atmosphere and food supply as close as possible to how God made it, and do not become addicted by flavor and any other habit.

I consume only healthy products, mostly organic food. That does not gurantee anything, but lowers the risk. (The most dangerous addictive drug in the world is SUGAR.)

My prostate cancer may still exist, but from avoiding dairy products and sugar, using graviola and turmeric, mine is reduced to no longer noticable. I learn just from suggestions and experiments; it may not work for everyone. (But if I believed doctors I would have been dead already four times.)

Thu May 17, 2018 07:31 PM

Thanks for this article.  It's frustrating how misinformed many people are.  The comments already posted are dealing with anecdotal evidence at best when they talk about miracle diets and herbs to cure cancer.  Sometimes it's your own immune system that does it, and sometimes it needs help.  Other times nothing can do it.  Bless medical researchers and those patients willing to participate in clinical trials!

Fri May 18, 2018 09:33 AM

The article is not comprehensive enough. There are quite a few factors that cause cancer. And I miss the word 'genetics' in the report. My father and mother both died of cancer. I have tubular prostate cancer. 

As to treatment: I keep to my first line treatment of Lucrin injections, but I heavily rely on the research that was and is done at universities. I throw a lot of herbs down my throat, keep away from dairy products and egg yolk, and have a PSA of 0.21. Just from Lucrin? Certainly not. 

Fri May 18, 2018 09:33 AM

The article is not comprehensive enough. There are quite a few factors that cause cancer. And I miss the word 'genetics' in the report. My father and mother both died of cancer. I have tubular prostate cancer. 

As to treatment: I keep to my first line treatment of Lucrin injections, but I heavily rely on the research that was and is done at universities. I throw a lot of herbs down my throat, keep away from dairy products and egg yolk, and have a PSA of 0.21. Just from Lucrin? Certainly not. 

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