Was This Surgery Really Necessary?

by Leisa on August 21, 2008

I thought it was incredibly sad when I read that Christina Applegate had undergone a double mastectomy for breast cancer.  I thought the days of this barbaric treatment were over – seeing as studies have shown that it is no more effective than a simple lumpectomy anyway – if you choose to go the surgery path at all.

I get so frustrated with the medicalised world we live in, when I have personally met ladies who have cured their breast cancer without drugs, surgery, radiation or chemotherapy.  I know beyond doubt that cancer can be healed naturally, yet mainstream medicine would have everyone believe that there is no cure, so that they can keep pushing their cut, burn and poison routine.

Anyone that is given a cancer diagnosis is frightened into making a decision about their treatment immediately, often being booked for their surgery or first chemotherapy session the next day, and are given no time to research different options.

My greatest wish would be that every single oncologist would find a new (less harmful) career, and that every single cancer ward would just close down; so that anyone with a cancer diagnosis could get the help they really need to heal their body in the natural medicine world.

Mike Adams from Natural News wrote an article about this and has a report on preventing breast cancer, and one site that I often suggest people go to, to learn more about the cancer industry and alternative treatment programs is www.beating-cancer-gently.com



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