There is no cure for cancer. Medical science, governments, universities, and institutions—are fixated on curing this disease—and there is no lack of knowledge around cancer, but I wonder if the answers we are generating are being viewed through the lens of the wrong science. As a biologist I believe that seeking a cure for cancer […]
Science is now recognising that most, around ninety percent, of all cancers are driven by lifestyle-environment factors, hence over the decades there has been much pure research investigating a holistic approach to cancer, however commercial and establishment medical science has continued to direct its research and application for ‘curing’ cancer by focusing treatment on cancer […]
There are three causes of cancer. There are the genetic causes, estimated to be between 5-10% of all cancers; The familial (hereditary) causes estimated to be between 3-10%; And, then there are the environment/lifestyle causes estimated to be 80-90% of all cancers. The medical system’s research on a cure for cancer is not strongly focused […]
It is known that dogs can smell tumors, because there are distinct chemicals produced by a cancer mass when it surpasses a certain size. Recently a team of Israeli, American, and British cancer researchers have developed a device to detect lung cancer, just by “sniffing” it. The device can even identify the stage to which […]
Fructose is found in three forms in our diet—as free fructose (in fruits, honey, high fructose corn syrup, agave nectar, etc.), as part of table sugar (glucose+fructose), and in most vegetables and grains—along with chains of fructose molecules, known as fructans. Modern fruits have been selectively cultivated to be much sweeter and lower in fibre […]
Cancer is a genetic disease because we can inherit mutations associated with increased cancer risk, but most of these mutations are in fact linked to disruptions in the way a cancer cell is able to use energy to survive. Cancer causing mutations are closely linked to what is known as ‘mitochondrial disfunction’. Mitochondria are the energy-producing […]
“… cancer, in particular, will be appreciated as a disease of the mind as well as the body and treated at centres where body, mind and spirit are considered. One day, cancer will be cured by interventions that release emotions in a controlled fashion… and will actually cure or prolong high quality life in many cancers. Whatever the pain, it’s actually the brain where it is perceived. Sophisticated biofeedback methods instead of drugs or surgery will be used to treat it more successfully…”
Being told by your doctor that you have cancer is a sure way to remind you of your mortality. Being diagnosed with a cancer mass however, is not necessarily a death sentence. Many people survive cancer without chemotherapy or radiation and it is believed that each of us have had spontaneous remission of many cancer micro-masses throughout our lives..
Over the years researchers have looked at a range of attitudes that people present as they attempt to prevent their cancer from returning following the hospital treatments. Typically these attitudes have related to being: optimistic vs. pessimistic; passive vs. aggressive; introvert vs. extrovert; neurotic vs. emotionally stable; truthful vs. untruthful and others. While there is merit […]
The yoga mind is different to others. In order to expand your reality, you need to delve into the world beyond the physical, to strip away the myth that, what you are experiencing right now is all that is real.
Being diagnosed with a cancer mass is the result of something about your mental and physical health being wrecked. Diagnosis is not in any way, a death knell, but it is a wake-up call, telling you that there are other deeper issues taking you away from a potential ‘sweeter path’ that you could be living. If […]
My perspective on diets and cancer is based on my training as a biologist, not as a nutritionist, nor a doctor and although I have studied modern ‘science-based’ nutrition/diets, I still support the old-school ideas.
Using Light to Improve Long-term Health Following Cancer Treatments
How does a cancer cell form? Cancer is an incredibly complicated disease and it is acknowledged that, just as every person is unique, every cancer mass is unique, and can have hundreds of different mutations in its cells
What is the force that keeps cells of an organ mutually committed to act as a community? What causes some cells of an organ to stop acting as a community cell, and become cancerous in behavior?
The Epstein–Barr virus is one of eight known viruses in the herpes family, and is one of the most common viruses in humans, with more than 95 percent of the world’s population suspected of having this human virus, either active or dormant in their bodies. This virus is an opportunist virus, much like its cousin, the […]
Every person on this planet has cancer cells in their body and specific immune cells continually keep the numbers low so that they cannot form a mass, block the function of the organ and cause death. It is interesting to understand that if all the cancer cells in your body could be collected in one […]
The word cancer strikes fear into the heart of most—but it doesn’t have to be that way. Feel more in control by improving your understanding of the disease.
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While Angelina Jolie’s story may have helped raise awareness of breast cancer as a whole, it is important people seek their own understanding of the disease.