We’re finally getting to the sense that, at least in cancer, the terrain of the human body is as important as the disease process itself.
On average, they estimate that we fight off a cancerous cell in our bodies every seven minutes. When I talk to patients who have cancer, over and over I hear stories of years of extreme stress before they came down with the cancer. The one exception was a woman who hadn’t had any major turmoil in her life. But she lived at the bottom of a hill from a blueberry barren where they sprayed often. Her well water was saturated with pesticides and herbicides.
Keep your terrain healthy and your tumors small!
- Obesity Boosts Risk for Aggressive Breast Cancer (webmd.com)
- Why Won’t Doctors Remove This Groin Tumor? (everydayhealth.com)
- Latest Treatment Options for Liver Cancer (brighthub.com)
- Cutting Edge Treatments for Pancreatic Cancer (brighthub.com)
- What is Colon Cancer? Incidence of Large Intestine Cancers (healthhype.com)
- “Wondering If You Have Cancer? Thereâ€™s An App For That” and related posts (gammasquad.uproxx.com)
- What is the Treatment for Large Cell Lung Cancer? (brighthub.com)
- Create Better Ways to Spot Cancer Cells (mazumdarshawcancercenter.wordpress.com)
- Uterine Cancer Grades, Stages, Prognosis and Survival Rate (healthhype.com)
- Treatment Options for Stage 3B Lung Cancer (brighthub.com)
- Oxygen Therapy as a Treatment for Cancer (brighthub.com)