Holy Hormones Journal: Thousands of women – potentially tens of thousands if not hundreds- may be been wrongly diagnosed with breast cancer. And the sad part is that the very methods to treat early stage breast cancer may have actually caused the cancer. According to Susan Rex Ryan, author of Defend Your Life with Vitamin D – breast tissue is filled with Vitamin D3 receptors and the breasts actually make more D3 – which the body needs. Unfortunately, we do not get enough of this vitamin – because we are not out in the sun. And yet, a lack of vitamin D3 has been linked to every chronic disease – and to the aging process.
Yet traditional treatments for cancer include radiation and chemotherapy (both poisonous). It is time to wake up and bring women’s wisdom back into health. Too many women have died because we have forgotten – or buried our intuitive wisdom – acting out of fear-based marketing of products and technologies that are actually killing us.
Sadly – it appears that the ‘war on cancer’ has really been another battle in the ‘war on women’.
Devastating Report: Cancer Misdiagnosed in Over 1.3 Million Cases
Christina Sarich, Staff Writer
The National Cancer Institute has just confirmed via a newly released report that the ‘war on cancer’ over the last 30 years has led to more than 1.3 million people (primarily women) being wrongly diagnosed with cancer. This is not to mention that cancer rates have been continuously rising while incredibly expensive cancer treatments are failing.
Breast cancer diagnosis has been found to be especially suspect. Many of the ‘lumps’ found in women’s breasts are completely normal and benign. What’s more, constant screening with mammography equipment actually exposes women to harmful radiation that can cause cancer, as evidenced by a UCLA study which shows how radiation treatments promotes malignancy in cancer cells instead of eradication. These breast screenings are very carcinogenic, but, as if to add insult to injury, thousands of women are misdiagnosed with breast cancer every year.
The recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association has a hopeful subtitle: Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment in Cancer: An Opportunity for Improvement. At least they are calling to light the obvious obsession we have had with chemotherapy and radiation for treatment of cancer. And now they have called into question the means by which it is diagnosed.
“Over the past 30 years, awareness and screening have led to an emphasis on early diagnosis of cancer. Although the goals of these efforts were to reduce the rate of late-stage disease and decrease cancer mortality, secular trends and clinical trials suggest that these goals have not been met; national data demonstrate significant increases in early-stage disease, without a proportional decline in later-stage disease.”