What is cancer?
Cancer is a group that causes abnormal cell division and tissue destruction. Cancer can spread to other parts of your body. However, cancer can spread to other parts of the body when normal cells lose their ability to control and limit growth. They can divide and grow in an uncontrolled manner, forming tumors.
Is cancer an epidemic?
The second leading cause of death is cancer in the United States. One third of all Americans will get cancer in their lifetimes, and half of all Americans will be diagnosed with it. Millions of people today are either living with the disease or at high risk. Anyone who has studied the statistics will see that cancer incidence has increased dramatically. For example, in 1996, more Americans died from cancer than died during World War II, Vietnam, or the Korean War. 550,000 Americans were killed by cancer. In 2002, 1.25 Million Americans were diagnosed with cancer. Every minute, someone dies from cancer. Every minute, cancer has become a pandemic in the world. Despite what the propaganda machines for conventional treatment keep telling us, it is clear that the "war against cancer" being waged at the medical establishment and drug companies is losing its effectiveness.
The U.S. has spent billions of dollars on cancer research. However, the result has been a frustrated citizenry, an increase in cancer deaths, and conventional cancer treatments that are evasive and toxic. The increase in cancer incidence is 1% per year. This means that the incidence of cancer in the world has increased by 40% in just 40 years.
What are the traditional treatments?
The oncologist will first test the patient to determine if the cancer has advanced from its initial stage. There are typically four stages of cancer. Once an oncologist has determined the stage of cancer, they can then plan the appropriate treatment.
There are three legal options for treating cancer in the United States: radiation, surgery, and chemotherapy. They can either remove the cancer, burn it, or poison it. Conventional medicine has very strict guidelines about how cancer is treated. Although this sounds very crude, it is the only approved treatment for cancer.
It is regrettable that conventional cancer treatment has not made significant improvements in the last several decades despite multi-billions of dollars.