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Once in a while you get some information that you want to pass on to
others. This information may be relevant, to some, and not to
others. But it seems that for some reason, other search
engines flag it as being toxic with possible virus issues or evil ants.
Such is what happened to a link I put out for this information.
It is not fraught with evil bugs, or animals, but does give
you some information that some corporations would rather you not have.
Ahhhhh, that may be why all
the links I have used, seem to get flagged as dangerous.
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With cancer as prevelant as it is, and more people being diagnosed
every day, whatever we can learn about it to help fight it and restore
our health, can not be overlooked. I have known several
people with cancer that lost their battle, and a few that won.
I dearly want to increase the number that win.
Since the American Cancer Society has been tracking cases, and remember
these are just estimates, the deaths have not gone down too much.
In fact, from 1973 to 1996, there has been an increase in the number of
cancers. We don't know numbers before 1973 because the
government didn't track them before that year. Overall,
cancer rose by 1.1% per year over those 30 years. For some
cancers the increase appears to have leveled off, but for others the
rise is shocking. In fact, some rose faster, detection was
earlier with better tests, and yet mortality increased. That
is hard if even possible, to explain.
For instance, childhood leukemia rose by 17%, and childhood brain
tumors rose by 26%.
Breast Cancer rose by 25.3%, testicular cancer by 41.5%, and prostate
cancer rose 4.4% per year for those 30 years, more than a doubling of
risk in a generation.
With these kinds of numbers, what ever information we can get, no
how natural (meaning they can't put a patent on it) or non profitable
for the corporations, we must seek,
learn, and spread the data to others. You may not know if it
will help, but if you were the one with cancer, wouldn't you like to at
least have the opportunity to see it, so you can decide for yourself?
I know I would, so here it is. I hope it helps you
or someone you know.
So, please click
to get this valuable info.
Leukemia is cancer of the blood cells. When you
are healthy, your bone marrow makes white blood cells which help your
body fight infection, red blood cells which carry oxygen to all parts
of your body, and platelets which help your blood clot. When you have
leukemia, the bone marrow starts to make a lot of abnormal white blood
cells, called leukemia cells. They don't do the work of normal white
blood cells, they grow faster than normal cells, and they don't stop
growing when they should.
Over time, leukemia cells can crowd out the normal blood cells, which
can lead to serious problems such as anemia, bleeding, and infections.
Leukemia cells can also spread to the lymph nodes or other organs and
cause swelling or pain.
There are several different types of leukemia. In general, leukemia is
grouped by how fast it gets worse and what kind of white blood cell it
affects. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL is the most common
leukemia in children. Adults can also get it. Acute myelogenous
leukemia, or AML affects both children and adults. Chronic lymphocytic
leukemia, or CLL is the most common leukemia in adults, mostly those
who are older than 55. Children almost never get it. Chronic
myelogenous leukemia, or CML occurs mostly in adults.
Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system. The
lymphatic system carries lymph fluid and white blood cells throughout
body. The purpose of the lymphatic system is to fight infections.
Like all cancers, lymphoma happens when the body's cells grow out of
control, often causing tumors to grow. Most lymphomas are made up of
white blood cells called either T cells or B cells.
Lymphoma cells are sometimes found in the blood, but tend to form solid
tumors in the lymph system or in organs. These tumors can often be felt
as a painless lump or swollen gland almost anywhere in the body. Lymph
nodes act as alert centers which activate the immune system to attack
viruses, bacteria, or other foreign substances. Hodgkin's lymphoma,
also known as Hodgkin's disease, is a specific form of lymphoma. The
cancer cells found in Hodgkin's disease have traits that differ from
other lymphomas. This disease usually spreads in a predictable way from
one lymph node region to the next, and tends to respond differently to
treatment than other lymphoma cancers. Lymphatic tissues and cells are
found throughout the body, so lymphomas can also develop in the liver,
stomach, nervous system or in other organs.
Myeloma is a type of cancer that affects plasma
cells, which are a type of white blood cell produced in the bone
marrow. When plasma cells become
cancerous, they reproduce uncontrollably. The tremendously increased
number of plasma cells
in multiple myeloma crowd out healthy red and white blood cells,
preventing them from functioning as effectively as they should. The
malignant plasma cells produce osteoclast activating factors which
cause calcium to be leached out of the bones. This leaching of calcium
can result in dangerously high levels of calcium in the bloodstream,
known as hypercalcemia, and holes in bones, known as osteolytic
lesions. Some patients experience vertebral collapse or spontaneous
fractures. The malignant plasma cells also produce excessive monoclonal
immunoglobulin, a type of protein, referred to as an M-protein. This
protein can overload the kidneys, leading to abnormal kidney function
and even renal failure. Sometimes malignant plasma cells congregate in
clumps, causing isolated tumors, or plasmacytomas.
Help us find out how to stop plasma cells from
becoming cancer cells. There is a cure out there, with all
the natural herbs and minerals available to us, we just have to find
it. Please help us do that.
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