Cancer cure treatment

Marijuana Cures Cancer? The Facts On THC, Cannabinoids, Cannabis


I thought I discovered quite an exciting story. There are online rumors that there is a conspiracy to prevent research on cannabis and its effect on cancer.

U.S. doctors blame chemicals for cancer epidemic


Sat Nov 20, 8:38 AM
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Dr Linda Giudice has treated thousands of patients over the years with a range of troubling reproductive disorders, and this week, she joined health experts and a young mother in fingering chemicals as the probable cause.

"I have treated thousands of patients... including young men with very abnormal sperm counts or a history of testicular cancer, women as young as 17 and already in the menopause, little girls with the onset of puberty at six or eight," Giudice told a news conference.

Updates and References for "Food and Cancer: A Guide to Understanding the Secondary Causes of Cancer"


Below are the updates and references for the book Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer: A Guide to Understanding the Causes of Cancer. Available on iBooks, Amazon, and Google Play.

The Cancer Industry--Profits Before Lives


by Ralph Moss, PhD

"In 1974, I began working at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, the world's leading cancer treatment hospital. I was an idealistic and eager young science writer, sincerely proud to be part of Sloan Kettering and Nixon's ‘War On Cancer.’ Ever since I was a kid, my main heroes were scientists (with the Brooklyn Dodgers running a close second!) The job at Sloan-Kettering seemed like a dream come true for me. I wanted to be part of the winning team that finally beat cancer.

Processed Meats Declared Too Dangerous for Human Consumption


The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has just completed a detailed review of more than 7,000 clinical studies covering links between diet and cancer. Its conclusion is rocking the health world with startling bluntness: Processed meats are too dangerous for human consumption. Consumers should stop buying and eating all processed meat products for the rest of their lives.

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