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Cancer is a disease which causes
certain cells in the body to out of control and multiply rapidly.
This uncontrolled growth becomes a tumour, and if this goes unchecked
it will eventually lead to interference in the working of an organ
or organs and cause death.
It most commonly affects the breasts,
lungs, bowel, skin, stomach, ovaries, cervix, pancreas, prostate,
bladder and lymph glands.
Although Cancer is the diagnosis
which most patients fear the most, if caught in time, and most Cancers
are relatively mild, there is 100% survival rate.
It is estimated that a third of people
in the West will develop Cancer in their lifetime, but 70%
could be prevented by avoiding the obvious trigger factors, namely:
smoking, excessive exposure to ultraviolet light (ie.sunbathing),
and avoiding certain foods - excess animal fat, charred or burnt
food, caffeine, and alcohol.
Other trigger factors include: exposure
to high levels of radiation, industrial chemicals, and pollution.
Most complementary treatments aim to
ease pain and alleviate the side-effects of conventional treatment.
Although much can be done to provide support and ancilliary help
in the cure of Cancer, improve quality of life, and help
patients come to terms with their condition, any practitioners or
complementary treatments offering "miracle cures" should be treated
Herbal Medicine, Counselling,
Cancer Therapy, Healing,
are recommended to seek advice of a qualified health practitioner. To find a qualified
practitioner in your area look in the Practitioner
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