Thursday, March 7, 2013

What Causes Cancer

by R. Webster Kehr
Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc.

What Causes Cancer


You cannot believe how many emails I have gotten from cancer patients who

have gone through these three steps:
1) The patient had surgery to "cut out" the cancer,
2) The patient was told they were "cancer free,"
3) Months later the cancer "came back."

Among other things, this article will explain what went wrong and will
explain how to prevent the cancer from coming back.

When talking about what causes cancer we need to talk about it at two
different levels.

The first level is talking about cancer at the systemic level, meaning
what conditions in the body allowed the cancer to grow out of control and
how do we deal with this issue.

The second level of talking about cancer is talking about what causes
cancer at the cellular level. In other words, why does an individual
normal cell become cancerous and how do we revert cancer cells into
normal cells?

These two subjects are totally different subjects!!

We can compare these two levels by talking about a flood. We could talk
all day long about the damage a rain storm caused, such as the flooding
of rivers, the damage to crops caused by heavy rain, the damage to roads
that have flooded, etc. But that is only one level to talk about rain. We
could also ask what weather conditions cause rain to form in the clouds.

Thus, a scientist might talk about what causes rain up in the clouds, but
a newscaster might talk about the flooding of a river caused by the rain.

The same is true about cancer. A discussion about what causes cancer at
the cellular level is a totally different subject than talking about what
causes cancer at the systemic level.

Let us start by talking about cancer at the systemic level.

What Causes Cancer At the Systemic Level

Every human being has cancer cells in their body!! Anyone who can read
this sentence has many cancer cells in their body. However, God has
designed our bodies to have a very, very sophisticated immune system
which, among other things, was designed to safely target and kill cancer

When a person is "diagnosed" with cancer it means something has weakened
their immune system and as a result there is an imbalance in their body
between the strength of their immune system and the number of cancer
cells in their body. In other words, something has damaged their immune
system (which is almost always the case) and/or something has caused an
abnormally high number of cancer cells to form.

The result of this imbalance is that an abnormally high number of cancer
cells form and they thrive in their body. The number of cancer cells may
grow out of control and eventually the person may be "diagnosed" with

The approach of many alternative or natural health practitioners is
First, change the diet and lifestyle of the person to change their "inner
terrain" to make the body hostile to cancer cells (e.g. change to an
alkaline diet),
Second, strengthen the immune system with natural nutrients,
Third, use very gentle treatments that safely target and kill the cancer
Fourth, use supplements to protect and energize the non-cancerous cells
damaged by orthodox treatments.

However, even this traditional method falls far short of what needs to be
done, though in many cases these steps will be sufficient.

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Larry Nelson

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