You may have heard recently that many cancers aren't the result of lifestyle habits, environment, genetics, or any other known cause. According to a study just published in the journal Cancer, two-thirds of all cancers have one common cause — bad luck.
Obviously, this study isn't talking about lung cancer caused by smoking, mesothelioma caused by asbestos, or other cancers with known causes. This study is referring to such cancers as pancreatic, leukemia, bone, testicular, ovarian, and brain cancers. In these cancers, says one oncologist, "the real reason... is not because you didn't behave well or were exposed to some bad environmental influence, it's just because you were unlucky. It's losing the lottery."
Now that's encouraging isn't it? No matter what you do, no matter how hard you work to prevent cancer, it's not going to work for 67% of the cancers. Well, that's what conventional medicine wants you to believe. The reason? It puts all the responsibility for these cancers in the hands of the physician. They want you to think that prevention doesn't work and that early detection is vital.
There are a few problems with this way of thinking. First, unless you have cancer of the blood, lymph, or testicles, it's unlikely that early detection will help. Second, many of the cancers they find early are latent cancers, meaning they are cancers that won't develop into significant disease. In fact, many of them will go away on their own. They don't need treatment. But because the doctor found it, he has to treat it. So you're attacked with surgery, chemo, and/or radiation for no reason at all.
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Finally, in philosophy luck and chance are words we use when we really don't know the cause or reason of an event. In other words, medical science has just admitted that it has no clue why people get most cancers. They would never phrase it that way, but that's the reality.
However, all cancers have a cause. And we can't say that bad luck is the cause. What is luck? What does it look like? With this report, it seems like medical science has given up on finding the cause of two-thirds of cancers. They've thrown their hands into the air and said, "We have no idea what causes these cancers, and we have no interest in finding out the cause. All we want to do is treat the cancer and make lots of money on these expensive treatments."
Everything has a cause. With cancer, the cause often begins with exposure to any of a variety of toxic substances that encourage tumor production. Your risk for cancer and other diseases accelerates when your body can't remove enough of these toxins. Many of these carcinogenic (cancer-causing) or mutagenic (causing cell mutation) agents start in our diet and environment — even if this study hasn't figured out what they are. In fact, the medical establishment won't even acknowledge that many of these toxins are poisonous. Toxins such as fluoride, mercury, aluminum, and many others are considered safe by medical professionals — even though they are known poisons.
On Tuesday, I'll show you how toxins are to blame for many cases of breast cancer. And I'll show you an easy way to prevent and even treat these types of cancers. And be encouraged. There is a cause for all cancers, which means there is a way to prevent and treat them. Don't let the medical establishment rob you of your hope.
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Steve Kroening is the editor of Nutrient Insider, a twice-a-week email newsletter that brings you the latest healing breakthroughs from the world of nutrition and dietary supplements. For over 20 years, Steve has worked hand-in-hand with some of the nation's top doctors, including Drs. Robert Rowen, Frank Shallenberger, Nan Fuchs, William Campbell Douglass, and best-selling author James Balch. Steve is the author of the book Practical Guide to Home Remedies. As a health journalist, Steve's articles have appeared in countless magazines, blogs, and websites.