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CANCER – How It Works and How You Win

PART 3 of a 3 Part Series

By Dr. Michael Badanek BS, DC, CNS, DACBN, DCBCN, MSGR. /CHEV.

This is the final part of a three part series on “Cancer: How it Works and How You can Win.” I would urge the reader to refer back to Series 1 (January 2015 Issue); Series 2 (February 2015 Issue) for a review of the literature and valuable information that you the reader can employ to prevent and use if you are ever given the ominous diagnosis of Cancer.

In this series we will briefly discuss how you can help in the prevention and aid in the strengthening of the immune system to prevent and treat this dreaded disease.

Some very basis guidelines that you the reader must understand in the prevention and treatment of this disease is that Cancer the disease is just the uncontrolled production of normal cells which has lost the ability in replication to have one half of the new cells die through a means of apoptosis (cell death). It is plain and simple. When a cell divides it produces two new identical cells. In normal “non-cancer” states the body will take one of the two new identical cells and destroy it and the other new cell lives on to follow the same pattern of cell life and reproduction. It is such a simple concept. However, with conventional Allopathic medicine there is never a treatment for the cause(s) of Cancer the disease; But treatment of Cancer the symptom(s) which are Tumors. It is very sad and barbaric that with the billion/trillions of dollars spent and wasted on Cancer research since the early 1970’s with then President Richard Nixon, that we are in a worst shape today then back then and all the unnecessary time and money wasted also.

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