Studies show that one in five new cancer cases in the United States involve someone who has had the disease before. Moreover, research has further shown that second cancers, which do not include recurrent cancers, but are completely new types of cancer, have increased 300 percent since the 1970s. First-time cancers have also spiked, increasing 70 percent in the same time frame.
In response to this spike in cancer occurrences, the world of Western medicine has feigned ignorance, claiming that the real reason behind the rising global cancer epidemic remains elusive.
While genetics could be a factor, other influences, such as the food you eat, the water you drink, the air you breathe, the vaccines you inject and even the kind of medical treatment you receive could all contribute to cancer risk. Furthermore, emerging research continues to show that pesticides, heavy metals and hormone mimickers such as BPA and BPS, as well as other environmental contaminants, greatly influence the risk of developing cancer.
Are Big Pharma-induced cancer treatments causing more cancer?
“Radiation therapy was recognized as a potential cause of cancer many years ago,” according to the ACS, which also admits that most types of leukemia, including acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) and acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), can all be caused by radiation.
Most cancers caused by radiation therapy develop within just a few years of being irradiated, with the disease peaking at five to nine years following exposure. Similarly, chemotherapy drugs have also been linked to different kinds of second cancers, with the most common being myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) and AML; ALL has also been linked to these cancer drugs.
Aside from radiation and chemotherapy, other causes include toxins present in tobacco smoke and high levels of industrial-type chemicals such as benzene, synthetic fibers, rubber lubricants, resins, dyes, detergents, drugs and pesticides.
This means that at least 40,000 cancer occurrences may be directly attributed to so-called cancer cures. Given that the cancer industry wants nothing more than to generate more funds for their lucrative business, no well-informed individual would want to go through such potentially fatal treatments. Would you?