all about cancer

What is Cancer?

Cancer is a renegade system of growth that originates within a patient's biosystem, more commonly known as the human body. There are many different types of cancers, but all share one hallmark characteristic: unchecked growth that progresses toward limitless expansion.

It is difficult to imagine anyone who has not heard of this illness. Most people have been affected because either they or their loved ones or friends are cancer survivors.

Because cancer is so prevalent, people have many questions about its biology, detection, diagnosis, possible causes, and strategies for prevention.

Different Kinds of Cancer

Cancer can originate almost anywhere in the body.

  • Carcinomas, the most common types of cancer, arise from the cells that cover external and internal body surfaces. Lung, breast, and colon are the most frequent cancers of this type in the whole world.
  • Sarcomas are cancers arising from cells found in the supporting tissues of the body such as bone, cartilage, fat, connective tissue, and muscle.
  • Lymphomas are cancers that arise in the lymph nodes and tissues of the body's immune system.
  • Leukemias are cancers of the immature blood cells that grow in the bone marrow and tend to accumulate in large numbers in the bloodstream.

What Are The Main Causes Of Cancer?

Research shows that there are many main causes of the many forms of cancer such as Lung, Breast, Cervical, Skin, Prostate, Pancreatic, Liver, Brain, Throat, Ovarian, Kidney, Colon and Bladder Cancer.

Which include;

  • Insufficient good quality fats, both saturated and unsaturated.
  • Insufficient good quality protein.
  • Excessive amounts of transfats from refined oils, hydrogenated fats and overcooking of foods.
  • Excessive amounts of poor quality protein from overcooking and processing of foods.
  • Lack of digestive enzymes from pancreas failure caused by a lifetime of eating poor quality foods.
  • Poisons in the food, air or water including Pesticides, PCBs, plastics, hydrocarbons, trihalomethanes, nicotine etc.
  • Excessive ingestion of drugs, both recreational and pharmaceutical. This includes sugar, caffeine, nicotene and alcohol.
  • Nutritional deficiencies of vitamins and minerals, especially B6, C, proanthocyanidins, magnesium, potassium, selenium, etc.
  • Hormone imbalance, low thyroid, adrenal insufficiency, high estrogen, and estrogenic factors from environmental poisons.
  • Pathogens weakening the immune system function - parasites, yeast, bacteria, viruses.
  • Poor living habits - lack of sleep, exercise, lack of sunshine, meaningful work and activity.

Knowing this will greatly enhance a person's chances of survival.


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