This Article written by a lady, explains a lot when it comes to treating cancer and a lot of other diseases for that matter. Worth the read.
Chemotherapy and/or radiation – – or surgery?
Please bear with me through this important illustration. Is a headache caused by a deficiency of aspirin? The answer, of course, is NO! Then why do we take aspirin for a headache? What does aspirin do? Headache is NOT a disease. It is a symptom. It just means that you have a pain or ache in your head. Aspirin covers up or decreases the symptom (which is the headache) without addressing the real CAUSE of the headache itself.
Headaches are caused by a number of conditions including tension, stress, lack of drinking enough water, eating the wrong foods, caffeine-withdrawal, to name a few. Addressing THESE CAUSES is the answer to eliminating headache.
By the same reasoning, is Cancer CAUSED by a deficiency of chemotherapy or a deficiency of radiation? Of course not!
Do chemotherapy and radiation both actually CAUSE CANCER? Absolutely, yes they both do, as is well-documented in medical literature.
Then if chemotherapy and radiation ACTUALLY CAUSE CANCER why are they used to TREAT cancer? Because doctors are not taught the real causes of cancer. In fact, they are taught that no one knows the cause of cancer.
But the cause of cancer IS KNOWN! You can even read about it in the newspapers. The Harvard School of Public Health admits that at least 65% of ALL cancers could be prevented by a change in diet and lifestyle. Actually, the figure is closer to 99% in my opinion, but still that’s a great admission on their part. So there we have the cause: the wrong diet and lifestyle.
So what do we do to get well? It’s NOT difficult to figure out. We GET WELL by CHANGING our diet and lifestyle!!
We all develop cancerous cells in our body every day. If our immune system is working properly, the immune cells will destroy the cancer cells. However, if the immune system is NOT working properly, the cancer cells will build up and we will have a tumor, either of microscopic size or one that is palpable (it can be felt) or one that shows up on some diagnostic test.
So if cancer is a result of the immune system NOT working properly, how do we rebuild the immune system so it WILL work properly? We rebuilt it naturally.
Chemotherapy and radiation DESTROY the immune system, the ONLY system in our body that gets us well and keeps us well from EVERY disease! Chemotherapy and radiation also destroy cells indiscriminately. Chemotherapy is poison and kills cells by poisoning them. It is a chemical and, of course, is unable to tell a cancer cell from a non-cancer cell. That’s why a person’s hair falls out and they get so sick and vomit, because the chemotherapy kills cells indiscriminately. The explanation the doctor gives to justify using chemotherapy is that the chemotherapy tends to kill the cells that are the fastest growing or the fast-dividing cells, thus it will kill MORE cancer cells than normal cells. And this is true. But it kills so MANY normal cells, particularly the immune cells, that the patient often dies from the TREATMENT rather than from the cancer!
Radiation burns out the cancer. It burns everything in its pathway. It also, like chemotherapy, kills cells absolutely indiscriminately and it destroys the immune system.
When the immune system is so severely damaged by chemotherapy or radiation, it can no longer restrain the spread of cancer. It is common after these methods of treatment to find that soon the cancer has returned and spread everywhere!
So how about cutting out the cancer! Does that get rid of it? Here’s another illustration. If you have the chicken pox, would you go to a surgeon and ask him or her to surgically remove all of the chicken pox marks in your skin so you would then be well from the chicken pox? Of course not. You would still have the chicken pox even if you no longer could see the outward manifestations of the disease, because chicken pox is a systemic disease, not a local disease. It affects your whole body.
The same thing is true of cancer. Cancer is NOT a local disease. It is a systemic disease. I developed breast cancer, but it was NOT caused by having too many breasts! Cutting the breast off doesn’t solve the problem, because ALL the factors that allowed the cancer to develop initially are still in your body.
Even if you have the cancer cut out or an organ removed, you still have left in your body ALL of the factors that allowed cancer to develop in the first place. Unless you CHANGE all of those factors, the cancer WILL return either in the same organ or in another organ or you will develop another type of disease. And if you CUT OUT the mass or tumor, what are you going to use to follow your progress in rebuilding your immune system? I’m not suggesting that you shouldn’t have it removed, that decision is up to you. I’m just proposing that you evaluate ALL the options before your proceed.
How about removing the lymph nodes? The lymph nodes are part of your immune system. If they have cancer in them, that means they are doing their job! They are the little guards at the gate whose job it is to keep the cancer from spreading. When the lymph nodes are removed, then the barriers to the spread of cancer are decreased and the cancer can spread more rapidly.
Q. Is the tendency to cancer inherited? Does cancer run in families?
Here’s another illustration. If you see a very obese woman walking down the street with her two young children, one on each side, and the two young children are also very obese, is the children’s obesity inherited? No it isn’t. The mother feeds herself and she feeds the children the same way. If those children AND their mother change their diet appropriately and begin exercising regularly, there is a 99.9% chance they will become thin and fit.
Parents TEACH their children how to eat and how to handle stress, either directly or by example. They teach them good ways to eat and handle stress or they teach them bad ways to eat and bad ways to handle stress. This is the way that disease, including cancer, is handed down from generation to generation – not in the genes (except in very rare cases) but in the ways we are taught to eat and to handle (or NOT handle) life’s stresses.