Words of wisdom and miscellaneous facts by Dr. Wysong and others. This is an accumulation over several decades and the accuracy cannot be attested to.
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At one time or another, cancer affects every family in America. Most give it no heed until it strikes. Then terror takes over and help is desperately sought.
In spite of so much failure, mainstream cut-burn-poison medicine is thought to be the only hope.
It isn't. But coming to realize that requires some effort. True hope can only follow informed decisions. With the Internet, simply playing victim and relying on self-proclaimed experts is inexcusable.
Search natural or alternative cancer treatment and a world of nontoxic approaches can be found. Holistic medical professionals can also be consulted for direction.
This article will give you some ideas to get you started.
Most of what can be done will be things you do for yourself. Lifestyle and nutritional things can have a dramatic impact on preventing and curing cancer. Doing even one of these things can cut your risk or improve your chances of healing by 50%. Each thing you do on top of that multiplies those odds. Many examples exist of late stage cancers with metastases being reversed with this informed and proactive approach.
Proof that cancer is a societal and environmental thing–not genetics or bad luck–is the fact that people who move here from cancer free cultures adopt American cancer rates in one generation.
Steps to consider:
1. Don't confuse cancer screening with prevention. Moreover, conventional cancer screens such as mammography give a majority of false positives and can even incite or exacerbate cancer. (False positives are also true for many other clinical tests, including the PSA prostate cancer test in men) The shock of being told you have cancer when you do not can result in post traumatic stress that in itself could cause cancer.
(I know people, and the medical community, tend to think that things of the mind do not affect the body. The materialistic medical approach assumes parts can be added, deleted, and edited with impunity and without consequence. In working on my new edition of the Solving The Big Questions book I found research that dramatically proves otherwise. Leukocytes (immune cells) extracted from a person's blood can be kept alive In a lab and hooked to electrodes. A tracing of the cell's electrical activity is made similar to the way a polygraph works. The person from whom the cells are taken goes miles away and is shown a movie that will have a disturbing scene personal to them. At the instant the person reports being shocked by the scene, the polygraph tracing of the leukocytes–miles away--shows a dramatic deflection from the flat line. This proves that the mind not only affects our immune system, but that our body is an integrated whole, the parts of which are unaffected by time or distance.)
Increasingly, younger women are developing breast cancer. But radiographs (x-rays) are contraindicated in young women. Thermography is a better and safer alternative. (International Academy of Clinical Thermography–for certified sources)
False mammography diagnoses results in 800,000 unnecessary biopsies each year, which in turn leads to more x-rays, which in turn leads to increased risk of cancer from the x-rays.
Other safer diagnostic methods include, aside from thermography, self examination, MRI, ultrasound, and elastography (Hoxsey Clinic). (Internet search these or any other words in this article for more information.)
Keep in mind that any alternative to the accepted medical standard of care is going to be met with resistance by mainstream medicine. Doctors are trained in a narrow view of health that fits the body-as-mere-matter, symptom based pharmacological paradigm. Little or no training is given on how health is created or on natural healing modalities such as nutrition or lifestyle and environmental factors.
Moreover, cancer is a profit center. At $10,000 per dose and a million dollars for some treatment regimens, the medical industry gets rich but people in droves are going bankrupt. If cures were the result, that is one thing. But treatment and billing, not results, seem to be the focus. Billions of dollars flow in and through the existing industry creating incentive for immovable prejudice by those making a living off of keeping things as they are. Financial links can often be found between cancer organizations, pharma, doctors, hospital industries, and the FDA. As usual, follow the money.
2. Stop doing what causes and exacerbates cancer in order to give natural approaches a chance to work:
3. Start doing what creates health:
If you are diagnosed with or have existing cancer, arrange a consultation with an experienced holistic clinician who can help coach you. The first three in the above list would be a good start. In the meantime, make it your goal in life to become fully informed and take control of your own body. That in itself can set you on the road to healing.
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