Introduction to Alternative Cancer Treatments – FREE E-Book

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so this info can’t come more timely for those concerned. I got cervical cancer exactly 8 years ago, and I wish I had known at least some of these data that time!
I am very certain that I could have avoided surgery – when my lymph nodes were removed and that messed up the lymph system so much that now I need to get rid of lymphedema… Aka: a SOLUTION CAUSING ANOTHER PROBLEM, that I have to solve now.
Thank you very much Breast Cancer Yoga Blog for making this available!

Breast Cancer Authority

Natural Cancer Remedies With CancerTutor.comWritten by Webster Kehr, Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. | Last updated on February 25, 2015.

Preface

Every human being has cancer cells in their body. Most people don’t even know they have cancer cells because their immune system safely and easily kills their cancer cells as they form. In fact, as long as there is a balance between the number of new cancer cells in their body, and the strength of their immune system, they will never “get cancer,” meaning the cancer cells will never grow out of control.

Cancer is caused by an imbalance between the number of cancer cells in the body and the strength of the immune system. Either there are more cancer cells than there should be or the immune system is too weak, or both. This imbalance allows the cancer cells to spread enough to be noticed and be dangerous.

Natural cancer treatments…

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