BREAST CANCER INFORMATION
If you are now searching for an alternative treatment for Breast Cancer or concerned as to what you would do if you contract Breast Cancer you will find this post very informative,
This is because of the information provided to you herein regarding Breast Cancer.
WHAT IS BREAST CANCER
A disease in which cells in the breast grow out of control is called Breast Cancer.
There are different kinds of Breast Cancer.
These different kinds of breast cancer are diagnosed depending upon which cells in the breast turn into cancer.
As with other cancers, Breast Cancer can spread outside the breast throughout your blood vessels and lymph vessels.
Metastatic Breast cancer is when breast cancer cells spread to other parts of the body.
It is then designated as metastasized.
PREVALENCE OF BREAST CANCER
Cancer has become a growing problem such that everyone should be concerned regarding having it.
The incidence of your having Cancer has risen from 1 in 20 in about 1900 to an alarming 1 in 3 by 2010.
And at present, Cancer’s incidence has risen to 1 in 2.
U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics indicate that 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.
Furthermore, a man’s lifetime risk of breast cancer is about 1 in 883.
Breast pain can be a symptom of cancer.
If you have any symptoms that worry you, be sure to see your doctor right away.
Major Breast Cancer Warning Signs Are:
- New lump in the breast or underarm (armpit).
- Thickening or swelling of part of the breast.
- Irritation or dimpling of breast skin.
- Redness or flaky skin in the nipple area or the breast.
- Pulling in of the nipple or pain in the nipple area.
- Nipple discharge other than breast milk, including blood.
- Any change in the size or the shape of the breast.
- Pain in any area of the breast.
Note: That these signs are not exclusive to only Breast Cancer.
These Tests include but are not limited to:
- Lab Tests
NON CHANGEABLE RISK FACTORS
The risk for breast cancer increases with age; most breast cancers are diagnosed after age 50.
Early menstrual periods before age 12 and starting menopause after age 55 expose women to hormones longer, raising their risk of getting Breast Cancer.
Having dense breasts make you at a higher risk.
Women who have had breast cancer are more likely to get breast cancer a second time and a family history of breast cancer increases your risk.
Having had radiation therapy to the chest or breasts (like for treatment of Hodgkin’s lymphoma) before age 30 make you at a higher risk of getting breast cancer later in life.
If you have taken the drug diethylstilbestrol (DES) increase your risk.
Mamogram screening which includes pain during the procedure and radiation exposure from the mammogram test itself, although the amount of radiation in a mammogram is small, there may be risks with having repeated X-rays.
NOTE: As an alternative to mammogram radiation you might want to consider the much less risky Thermal Imaging which does not have radiation involved and which has some other advantages.
CHANGEABLE RISK FACTORS
Many factors over the course of a lifetime can influence your breast cancer risk.
Although some factors for Breast Cancer are not changable there are some changes that you can make to decrease your chance of getting Breast Cancer.
Some of these changes are:
- KETOSIS, the Warburg Effect and more, Visit? What Is Cancer Prevention Plus 13 Alternative Treatments
- VITAMIN D, Visit What Is The Health Benefits Vitamin D Offers With Keto?
- IMMUNITY VITAMINS, Visit Why Does Everyone Get Cancer, But No Worry With Keto?
- WEIGHT, Visit Metabolic What Is The Metabolic Syndrome And How To Deal With It
- EXERCISE regularly.
- ALCOHOL, Or limit alcoholic drinks to no more than once per day.
- HORMONES: If you are taking, or have been told to take hormone replacement therapy, Externalor oral contraceptives, External (birth control pills), ask your doctor about the risks and find out if it is right for you.
- BREASTFEEDING, Of your children, if possible.
- GENES, If you have a family history of breast cancer or inherited changes in your BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, talk to your doctor about other ways to lower your risk and have more frequent exams.
- HEALTH, Being a healthy person decreases your chance of Breast Cancer.
Breast Cancer can be treated in several ways.
Treatment to some extent depends on the kind of breast cancer and how far it has spread.
People with breast cancer often get more than one kind of treatment and have some choices such as:
- Surgery. An operation where doctors cut out cancer tissue.
- Chemotherapy. Using special medicines to shrink or kill the cancer cells. The drugs can be pills you take or medicines given in your veins, or sometimes both.
- Hormonal therapy. Blocks cancer cells from getting the hormones they need to grow.
- Biological therapy. Works with your body’s immune system to help it fight cancer cells or to control side effects from other cancer treatments.
- Radiation therapy. Using high-energy rays (similar to X-rays) to kill the cancer cells.
Doctors, including surgeons and oncologists, from different specialties, often work together to treat Breast Cancer.
NOTE RE ONCOLOGY:
In a survey of Oncologists, over 50% said they would not use chemo or radiation, both of which are carcinogenic, on themselves or their family.
However, if one is to undergo Chemotherapy, one should strongly consider working with the Nagourney Cancer Institute.
Usually, Chemo Oncologists treat one with Chemo products and amounts that were beneficial for and optimized for lab rats, with one flavor treats all mindset.
The Nagourney Cancer Center has you FedEx a sample of your Cancer biopsy to them.
They then, through lab testing, come up with the least toxic cocktail using FDA chemo chemicals that definitely kills one’s Cancer.
This information is then passed on to your Oncologist.
There is no need to travel to their offices to receive this life-saving information.
There is no guessing with their process and their success rate is phenomenal!
Per Nagourney’s web site:
“Cancer is as unique as your fingerprint.
Drugs that work for one patient may not work for another, even if they carry exactly the same diagnosis.
Through personalized laboratory testing of your Cancer cells, we help you find the most effective and least toxic treatment plan for your Cancer.
The results are fast. Within 7 days of receiving your sample in our lab.”
The Cancer Institute’s contact info is:
Nagourney Cancer Institute
750 E. 29th Street
Long Beach, California 90806
Phone 8000 542-4357/562 989 6455
Note: This site has no affiliation with the Nagorney Cancer Institute but knows of patients that have had fantastic results.
THE NON-CONVENTIONAL ALTERNATIVE “LAVENDER PROCEDURE”
Recently Dr. Philip Bertz has developed an alternative procedure for treating breast cancer that does not involve the conventional surgical removal procedures.
This procedure has been effective for treating breast cancers vs a mastectomy procedure.
Per Dr. Bertz, “My goal has always been to preserve mind, body, and spirit and I don’t take that lightly, and, “When I first did it I knew I was walking out hallowed ground”
His procedure uses FDA approved diagnostic machines that find ultra-small breast tumors.
Once a tumor is identified Dr. Bertz inserts a probe into the breast to the site of the tumor.
Then when at the site of the breast tumor he pushes a button that releases liquid nitrogen.
The liquid nitrogen kills the tumor instantly.
Sound too simple?
Yes, it is and it requires no surgery, no stitches, and no recovery.
In fact, the simplicity of this procedure was responsible for the name given to it.
This happened just after his nitrogen procedure on a patient who had been prescribed to have a radical mastectomy.
Just after the procedure, the patient said she was thirsty and asked Dr. Bertz to accompany her to the bistro across the street for a glass of wine and lobster.
The name of the bistro they went to was the Lavender Bistro, and thus the name of the Lavender Procedure was created.
He justs recommends watching these women more closely as not all women with tumor-suppressing genes get cancer.
Note: This site has no affiliation with Dr. Bertz or his clinic,
DEALING WITH BREAST CANCER
With the information provided herein including an alternative treatment for Breast Cancer, you should now be less concerned as to what you would do if you contract Breast Cancer or if you have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
Regardless if you are practicing the Best Keto Diet For Beginners, before choosing a treatement you should get at least two independent medical opinions.
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