Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells uncontrollably divide. There are over 100 different types of cancers that are categorized by the type of cell it originally affected. It is the second most common cause of death in the United States; the number of cancer rates is expected to rise by about 50% to 15 million by 2020.
World Cancer Report states there is clear evidence that action on smoking; diet and infections can prevent one-third of cancers. Another third can be cured. Healthy lifestyles and public health action by governments and health practitioners prevent as many as one-third of cancers worldwide.
Actions to Decrease Risk of Cancer:
Stop Tobacco Consumption
Lung cancer is the number one cause of deaths than other types of cancer. It is the most common type of tobacco causing cancer, but smoking can cause cancer anywhere in the body. Approximately 100 million people died worldwide from tobacco use in the 20th century. Poisons and carcinogens in cigarette smoke can weaken the immune system. The weakening of the immune system fuels cancer cells to continue growing within the body. The smoker is also negatively impacting the health of those around them. More than 7,300 non-smokers die each year due to second-hand smoke.
Early detection through screening, particularly for cervical, breast and colon cancers, allow for prevention and successful cure. Malignant tumors were responsible for 6.2 million deaths in 2000.
- Avoid Smoking
- Maintain a Proper Diet
- Exercise on a Regular Basis
- Avoid Drinking Alcohol
- Eat Plenty of Fruits & Vegetables
- Reduce Stress
Surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy and transfusions are common treatments used for treating cancer.
There are multiple natural therapies that have been proven to work well to reduce and cure cancer:
- Natural Therapies & Enzyme Protocols are Available to Follow
- Chelation Therapy is Used to Remove Toxic Metals From The Body
- Probiotics & Supplements
- Vitamin D
- Essential Oils
- Turmeric & Curcumin
- Oxygen Therapy & Hyperbaric Chambers