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According to a 1988 medical article (British Journal of Surgery), eating an adequate

amount of essential fatty acids helps protect the body against skin cancers. It even helps
eliminate them, once they form.
Eat a nourishing diet; go off meat and processed, fried, and junk food. Get enough rest.
Right living helps your body resist and throw off cancerous lesions.
Take vitamin C to bowel tolerance; also take vitamin A and selenium.
Carcelim is a cream which you can purchase, which requires 30 days to remove the
Read the sections on "Cancer" and "Cancer Prevention" for detailed information.
ENCOURAGEMENTTake your problems to God, for He can help you know what to do. He can
lead you to solutions which are the best.


SYMPTOMSIn the most common types: Lumps are firm, do not go away, and are generally pain free.
Lumps which do not move around may be malignant or may not be.
In another type: There is itching, redness, and soreness of the nipple.
In yet a third type: The breast becomes extremely tender and appears infected with something.
These three are explained in more detail below.
CAUSESBreast cancer is a leading cause of malignant death among women in the United States.
Women over forty are more likely to develop breast cancer than younger women. Lung cancer kills
about 56,000 women in America each year, and breast cancer is responsible for the death of about
It is vital that early detection be made. Discussions of how to carry out breast self-examination are
readily available elsewhere and need not be repeated here. As you conduct it, watch for subtle changes
in the breast. You are looking for special types of lumps in the breast. These lumps are firm, do not go
away, and are generally pain free. Lumps which do not move around may be malignant or may be

caused by normal fibrocystic changes during the menstrual cycle. The experts say a biopsy will detect
what kind of lump it is.
But you should know that biopsies can be dangerous. A biopsy is a slice of the tissue which is then sent
to a lab for microscopic examination. The problem is that slicing any suspected tissueimmediately
releases its cancer (if any is present) into the body, where it can more rapidly spread. You may or may
not choose to have biopsies made, but you should be aware of this fact.
You will often hear it said that "1 in 9" women will contract breast cancerbut that is sometime within
a lifetime. The average 30-year-old white woman has a 1 in 5,900 chance of getting it; at 50 years, it is 1
in 430.
There are several different types of breast cancer. Most of them are similar, producing lumps described
above. But a few are different:
Paget's disease of the nipple affects the nipple, and cannot be detected by a self-examination. Cancer
cells have migrated to the nipple. The symptoms are itching, redness, and soreness of the nipple. This
form of cancer only occurs when a different form of cancer is present elsewhere in breast tissue.
Inflammatory carcinoma is a different type. The skin thickens and turns red. The breast becomes
extremely tender and appears infected with something. The lymphatic system and blood vessels have
become clogged because of a tumor. This type of cancer spreads very rapidly. Professionals recommend
a biopsy; but, if you choose not to do so, you must be planning to go on an intense natural remedies
cleansing, to eliminate the problem. Whatever you do, you had better set to work and do it.
It is well to keep in mind that people have undergone the orthodox cancer routine of
surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation and have survived while others have died. There are
those who have taken the natural remedies route, with the same end results. No one can, or
ought to, decide for you; the decision is yours.
In the late 1980s, researchers discovered that women develop breast cancer far more
frequently in certain localities than in others. Analyzing those locations, it was discovered
that they are those areas where there tends to be less sunlight throughout the year. For
example, northwestern California, the western slopes of Oregon and Washington, and the
Northeast had a far greater number of breast cancer cases than did Florida, Texas,
Arizona, and southern California. The solution: Take sunbaths whenever you can,
throughout the year; sunlight is important for maintaining good health, purifying the body,
and resisting infection.
Breast cancer more often occurs in women who started menstruation early in their youth,