Holy Hormones Honey! Can massaging cancerous breast cells revert those cells back to normal? Guess we should not undermine the value of touch therapy. As well as nutrition to support the body in dealing with cancerous cell. Perhaps, the hardest thing to change is our perception of disease. For many ‘dis-ease’ means imbalance…. not death. Correcting the imbalance through holistic therapies instead of drugs and surgery may someday become the norm.
Proof: Breast cancer cells can revert to normal without drugs
Wednesday, January 02, 2013
by: Sherry Baker, Health Sciences Editor
When a woman has breast cancer, you often hear she is “battling” and “fighting” the disease and that the goal is to kill the malignant cells – by chemicals and radiation – and slice them out of the body with surgery. But there may be another way to rid the body of breast cancer. The key? Help cancerous cells revert back into normal cells.
It’s not a totally new idea. After all, as Natural News previously covered, a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that some breast cancers are apparently healed naturally by the body. The researchers concluded certain breast malignancies would have likely spontaneously regressed if they had never been discovered on a mammogram and treated.
Now there’s evidence from scientists at the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory that malignant mammary cells can be guided back into a normal growth pattern without using chemicals or drugs. The findings, which the researchers recently announced at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology in San Francisco, reveal for the first time that mechanical forces alone can revert and stop cancer cells from growing out of control. What’s more, the cancer cells can return to normal even though the genetic mutations responsible for triggering the malignancy in the first place don’t go away.
So what did the researchers do to make cancer cells return to normal? They literally put the squeeze on them. Specifically, they showed that mechanical pressure exerted on cancer cells made them appear to be normal and healthy cells again.