Friday, May 24, 2013

Cancer knowledge and Cancer Treatment.

Cancer knowledge and Cancer Treatment.

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Question #13:

Why does a healthy cell become cancerous and is this knowledge


Answer #13:
You have probably been taught over and over again that it is DNA
damage that causes cancer. This is scientifically absurd. Whether
this belief is what some people actually believe or whether it is
nothing but a scam to convince the general public that cancer
cannot be cured, I do not know.

The truth is that once a person understands what really causes
cancer they will understand why it can be so easy to cure a
newly diagnosed cancer patient of cancer. But even very advanced
cancer patients can benefit from a clear understanding of what
causes cancer.

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

One level to talk about cancer is at the systemic level,
meaning what causes cancer at the level of the entire body. The
other level of talking about what causes cancer is at the cellular
level. In other words, why does an individual normal cell
become cancerous?

These two subjects are totally different subjects!! In this
article we will also talk about the immune system and why
it is so important.

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,

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.
And a discussion of the immune system is also critical.

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Let us start by talking about cancer at the systemic level:
Part 1 of 3:
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 cells.

When a person is "diagnosed" with cancer it means 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 and/or something has caused a high number of cancer
cells to form.

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

The approach of many alternative or natural health
practitioners is four-fold:
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 electr
omedicine and/or natural nutrients.

Third, use very gentle treatments that safely ta
rget and kill the cancer cells or revert them into normal
Fourth, use supplements to protect and energize the non-
cancerous cells damaged by orthodox treatments.

Of course, in many cases other things are needed, but these
are the most common aspects of an alternative cancer treatment.
Note that in this process no damage is done to the body
(except in rare cases where orthodox medicine is needed to
deal with a special situation).

By doing these things the balance (between their immune system
and the number of cancer cells) has been restored. They are


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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