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Forum Name: Miscellaneous Cancer Topics
|patriot9878 - Mon Nov 09, 2009 9:52 am||
I have read cancer was cured fifty years ago using radio frequencies. They would dial in a certain frequency and have wires attached and it would eliminate all tumors. I've read that cancer can be cured with pure oxygen, apricot seeds, food grade hydrogen peroxide, hemp oil and that exercising regularly and getting plenty of sunlight will help lower your risk of cancer.
Anyhow, do all doctors know about these cures? Do they only prescribe chemo and surgery to their patients to make money from big pharma, but they use the already proven cancer cure methods for themselves and their family? I mean you'd have to wonder how this information could be suppressed for so long?
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Mon Apr 05, 2010 10:25 am||
Hello,You are right when you say that there are cancer cures, but then many would not stand the scrutiny of extensive trials of to day.
Also different cancers have different causes ranging from viruses,chemicals,genes and occupation based tumours.
To identify a single solution to a multifactorial disease would be indeed very difficult.
If you read the obituaries in medical journals you would find many doctors have died of different cancers.
If they knew there was any easy solution,I guess they would have taken it.
While fresh air,good food and a stress free life do help in normal as well as the sick they would offer better quality of living rather than of cure.
Till better understanding dawns on the pathogenisis of cancers we have to depend on existing modalities of treatment.
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