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Cancer: Disease or Symptom?

by on June 11, 2016 under Health

Before we begin here, have you ever asked yourself this question? We are told repeatedly by ‘medicine’ and the media that cancer is a ‘disease’, and we are led to believe that the causes are mysterious and somewhat out of our control.

Why is this question important? Well if cancer is a disease in itself, that in some way substantiates the current status quo, however if it is a symptom, well that means that modern ‘medicine’ has entirely missed the point, i.e. we are treating the symptom, not the disease.

Could modern ‘medicine’ be wrong? No they’re not wrong, they’re a business. From a big picture viewpoint, procedures and ‘treatments’ equate to revenue. Is it therefore in their interest to prevent you from manifesting cancer in your body from a ‘health’ system standpoint?

What do we know about cancer? Well we know that smoking cigarettes causes cancer. We know that there are lists of known carcinogens, or cancer causing chemicals (many found in cigarettes). We know that radiation, particularly UV radiation can cause cancer to manifest in our skin. Does one cigarette cause cancer? No. Does one instance of sunburn cause cancer? No. An accumulation in the body over time typically leads to cancer.

So in effect, these carcinogens create an environment in which cancer cells can manifest in the body. Isn’t it therefore obvious that cancer is a symptom of a carcinogenic environment? Take away the carcinogens, the environmental conditions, and cancer cannot develop. Today we ‘treat’ the cancer itself, the symptom, however the real cause, or the disease, is the cancerous environment causing cells to mutate.

This is why current cancer ‘treatments’ such as chemotherapy are so ineffective. Sure you can destroy cancerous cells, but if you do nothing to improve the health of the environment the cells will return. So the treatment is ineffective, however the medical system still gets paid for ‘treating’ you.

Its no wonder then, that we still focus on fighting the symptoms in modern ‘medicine’. You can never win against a symptom, but you can unfortunately go broke and die trying.

As an aside, the list of known carcinogens is limited by the rate at which known exposure translates into cancer as studied and documented. We have only just begun to scratch the surface in regard to the known carcinogens. It is therefore wise to limit your exposure to all forms of chemicals, and if you do develop cancer, you must address the environment you have created in your body in order to truly heal. CE

 

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