How cancer doctors lie with statistics and use fear to scare women into high-profit procedures


by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
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The very idea that breast cancer is a “percent risk” is a complete lie. In  reality, everyone has cancer micro-tumors in their bodies, including  myself. Cancer is not a disease you just “get” like being randomly struck by  lightning. It’s something you must “manage” or “prevent” day by day, meal by  meal, through a lifestyle choice that involves vitamin D supplementation,  nutrition, superfoods, vegetable juices and avoidance of cancer-causing  chemicals and radiation.

So when a doctor says you have a “chance” of  getting cancer, what he’s implying is that you have no control over  cancer, and that’s an outright lie. Cancer quackery, in other words.

Even  Jolie with her BRCA1 gene that’s linked to breast cancer can quite easily follow  a dietary and lifestyle plan that suppresses BRCA1 gene expression. It’s  not rocket science. It’s not even difficult. It can be done with simple foods  that cost a few dollars a day. Those foods include raw citrus, resveratrol (red  grapes or red wine), raw cruciferous vegetables, omega-3 oils and much more.  Those same foods also help prevent heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and  other chronic diseases.

Indole-3-carbinol  (I3C), by the way, a natural chemical found in cruciferous vegetables like  broccoli and cabbage, offers powerful prevention against BRCA1 gene expression.  But you don’t hear cancer doctors telling women to “eat more cabbage” because  that doesn’t make the cancer industry any money. You can buy I3C as a potent  nutritional supplement from a variety of sources. It’s literally cancer  prevention in a capsule.

So the whole “chance” argument is pure quackery.  There is no chance involved in whether you get cancer. It’s all cause and  effect. You are either living a pro-cancer lifestyle and therefore growing  cancer, or you’re living an anti-cancer lifestyle and keeping cancer in check so  that it never becomes a problem. Cause and effect is what results in either the  growth of cancer tumors or the prevention of cancer tumors. There is no “luck”  involved.

It’s fascinating, isn’t it, that medical doctors don’t believe  in luck or voodoo on any topic other than cancer. But when it comes to cancer,  they want all women to be suckered into the victim mentality that cancer is  purely a matter of “luck” and therefore women have no control over their own  health outcomes. How dis-empowering! How sick! How incredibly exploitive of  women!

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