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The Internal Terrain & Cancer (For R.)

Posted by
Gregory on June 27, 2002 at 04:42:03:

Hi R.

Thought you might be interested in this article. You got me started on this whole model of
disease and I have been using it every since.

The Internal Terrain For Cancer


Lightwalking,
Gregory



Thanks, Gregory. nmi

Posted by R. on June 28, 2002 at 01:30:10:

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Re: The Internal Terrain & Cancer (For R.) (Archive.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on June 28, 2002 at 06:06:49:

In Reply to: The Internal Terrain & Cancer (For R.) posted by Gregory on June 27, 2002 at 04:42:03:

NMI

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Gregory, thanks for this article. Here's an excerpt.

Posted by Pam on June 29, 2002 at 16:03:33:

In Reply to: The Internal Terrain & Cancer (For R.) posted by Gregory on June 27, 2002 at 04:42:03:


I don't feel there is such actually such a thing as a cure for cancer. No more than there is a cure for obesity.

Cancer is a perfectly natural process. A very small percentage of cells in every person who has ever lived turn cancerous.

And the body usually got rid of those cancerous cells before they did harm.

This process has been going on for eons. It is only when more cancer cells are being created then the body can get rid of that the problem comes.

And that problem certainly has come in the last 50 years as the amount of toxins, carcinogens and possibly cancer causing viruses have dramatically increased while our immune systems have become significantly overworked and weakened.

Carcinogens, toxins and viruses may actually be, in a sense, secondary causes of cancer.

The underlying cause of all cancers, no matter what type, may have been discovered by Otto Warburg over 50 years ago.

He actually won two Nobel Prizes for discovering the clues to why cancer develops.

His later research, and the research of other cancer investigators, back up his contention. Cancer development seems to be connected to...

Cellular Oxygen Levels

Lack of cellular oxygenation may be the prime factor leading to cancer.

[Excerpt: Immune System Support For Cancer-- Robert Harrison]

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