Causes

Causes

Cancer develops from fungal infections, like Candida

The numbers related to those who are diagnosed with cancer and who die from it are sickening, to the point that cancer is on the doorstep of knocking out heart disease as the number one killer in the United States. It is estimated approximately that 1 in 3 people will be diagnosed with some type

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Cancer Is Not A Disease But Business!

The word called cancer is a lie… You might not believe this but cancer is not a disease; it is a business. Cancer has become widespread; it has affected the old, young, baby and everyone. Sharing this wonderful post will expose many of the hidden hands of the world’s manipulators and annoy them. Do you

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20 Deadly Cancer Signs Most Women Neglect

Never wait for a checkup to see if cancer is present. See what your body says and see some changes like unexplained and odd signs. These are the most common: Short breath/wheezing- this is a sign of lung cancer Chronic cough/chest pain- a few cancer types like tumors and leukemia, cause bad coughs or bronchitis

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The Absolutely 12 Worst Cancer Causing Products In Your Home

It’s not easy sifting through the endless lists on the internet about products that harm the body. Immersing yourself in research can become overwhelming, we know. So to free up some of your valuable time here are the top 12 cancer-causing products that may be lurking in your home. Thanks to the Cancer Prevention Coalition

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Attention! Your Heartburn Can Be A Signal Of THIS Type Of Cancer

Forty years ago the risk factors for esophageal cancer were cigarette smoking and excessive alcohol intake. At that time squamous cell carcinoma, cancer that arises in the squamous cells lining the inside of the esophagus, was the commonest form of esophageal cancer in the United States. Now most of the esophageal cancers are adenocarcinoma, which

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Sugar Identified as a Top Cause of the Global Cancer Epidemic

According to the Credit Suisse Research Institute’s 2013 study “Sugar: Consumption at a Crossroads,” as much as 40 percent of US healthcare expenditures are for diseases directly related to the overconsumption of sugar. Incredibly, we spend more than$1 trillion each yearfighting the damaging health effects of sugar, which runs the gamut from obesity and diabetes, to

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