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Why a Cancer-Free Diagnosis May Not Mean Cancer is Gone
 
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Why a Cancer-Free Diagnosis May Not Mean Cancer is Gone


by Tony Isaacs
author of 
Cancer's Natural Enemy

(The Best Years in Life) Being told you’re cancer-free by your doctor is certainly a reason for celebration. However, rather than declaring victory over cancer, such news should be viewed with cautious optimism. Unfortunately, a mainstream prognosis of being cancer-free often does not mean that the cancer is completely gone. Regardless of whether the cancer is actually gone or not, mainstream cancer treatments often ensure that cancer will return and may be harder to beat than ever.

Conventional treatments often create dangerous cancer stem cells and often only eliminate the weakest cancer cells - leaving behind more potent cancer cells to multiply and roar back with a vengeance. In addition, conventional cancer treatments fail to address and eliminate the root causes that enabled cancer to gain a foothold in the first place. Further, the two main forms of mainstream cancer treatments - chemotherapy and radiation - usually severely impair our immune systems, which are our vital natural first lines of defense for beating and avoiding cancer.  Read More.

 

 

 
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