I cannot tell you how heavy my heart felt last night as I searched the resources on the web for something that I could share that might be of comfort to those grieving the loss of a loved one that will happen shortly. I cried and cried as I thought of how much we love that great man. He was well loved in our community. It is so sad that he, a Medical Doctor, could be dying in such a tragic way - from Cancer.
As I think about this dear man and his family, I wanted to share with you an article that was written in Sierra Magazine. The title of the article is Cancer, Inc.
When people post on Facebook "Pray for a Cure", "Walk for a Cure", "Donate for a Cure" etc. I want to scream. There IS a cure to Cancer! It's just that the Cancer Society doesn't want people to know about it.
I do not donate a penny to any fundraising to support the Cancer Society. I pay graciously to a company that is fighting to get our food sources pure. I donate to the Institute of Responsible Technology.
My heart goes out to all those who have had to deal with losing a loved one to Cancer. My Aunt was a Breast Cancer Survivor but eventually died from Bone Cancer. Our brother-in-law Jesse died from colon cancer. He was barely in his 30's. I wish that I knew then (when my family members were dying) what I know now. There IS a natural cure for Cancer - Prevention!
I dream of the day when the Doctors in this great country can stand up to the International and National Businesses that bully them into never speaking about diet healing their patients. See my post "CANCER" for a list of books from Doctors who cured themselves or others naturally of Cancer and then lost their medical licenses because of it.
These conflicts may also help explain why, 28 years and billions of dollars after President Nixon declared war on cancer, the risk of breast cancer is higher than ever. In 1950, an American woman faced a lifetime risk of 1 in 20; today that risk has more than doubled to 1 in 8. Breast cancer will strike some 175,000 women in the United States in 1999, and kill 43,000. The cancer business is booming, but the selective brand of awareness the cancer industry promotes comes at a price.