Why Do Most People Believe That Cancer Is A Disease?
Everyone has the ability to heal themselves
There is no cancer that someone has not survived, regardless of its stage of development. If even a person has successfully cured their cancer, there must be a mechanism for that, just as there is a mechanism for creating cancer. Every person on the planet has the ability to do both. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you may not be able to change the diagnosis, but it is certainly within your power to change the destructive consequences it (the diagnosis) may have on you. How you perceive cancer and the steps you choose to take after diagnosis are among the most powerful determinants of your future well-being, or lack thereof.
90-95% of all cancers come and go on their own
The indiscriminate reference to cancer as a “killer disease” by professionals and laypeople alike has turned cancer into a disorder with tragic consequences for the majority of today’s cancer patients and their families. Cancer has become synonymous with extraordinary suffering, pain and death. This perception persists despite the fact that 90-95% of all cancers come and go on their own. Not a day goes by without the body producing millions of cancerous cells. Some people, under severe temporary stress, make more cancer cells than usual and form clumps of cancer cells that disappear again once they feel better.
According to medical research, secretions of the powerful DNA cancer drug, interleukin II, drop under physical and mental stress and rise again when the person becomes relaxed and cheerful. Low interleukin II secretions increase the incidence of cancer in the body. However, people are generally not under intense stress all the time. Therefore, most cancers disappear without any form of medical intervention and without causing any real harm. Right now, millions of people are walking around with cancers in their bodies without having a clue that they have it. Likewise, millions of people are cured of their cancers without even knowing it. Overall, there are far more spontaneous cancer remissions than diagnosed and treated cancers.
Cancer treatments do more harm than good
The truth is that relatively few cancers actually become “terminal” or are even detected. The vast majority of cancers are undiagnosed and only detected at autopsy. Generally, these people do not die from cancer. They don’t even have symptoms that would prompt the doctor to order one of the standard cancer detection tests. It should raise everyone’s eyebrows that 30 to 40 times more cases of thyroid, pancreatic and prostate cancer are discovered at autopsy than detected by doctors. The British medical journal Lancet published a study in 1993 which showed that early detection often leads to unnecessary treatment. The reason for this? Although 33% of autopsies reveal prostate cancer, only 1% die from it. After age 75, half of men can get prostate cancer, but only 2% die from it. New official recommendations (August 2008) ask oncologists not to treat men with prostate cancer after the age of 75 because the treatments do more harm than good and offer no advantage over to the absence of treatment.
It should be noted that these low death rates only apply to people who have not been diagnosed with cancer or received cancer treatment. Mortality rates, however, increase dramatically if cancers are diagnosed and treated, which clearly shows what kills. Once diagnosed, the vast majority of cancers never have a chance to go away on their own. They are quickly targeted with an arsenal of deadly weapons such as chemotherapy drugs, radiation, and the surgical knife. “Sleeping” tumors that would never really do much harm to the body, can now cause powerful defensive reactions and become aggressive, much like relatively harmless bacteria that turn into dangerous superbugs when attacked by antibiotics . It makes absolutely no sense that at a time when you need to strengthen the body’s most important healing system – the immune system – you are subjecting yourself to radical treatments that actually weaken or destroy the immune system.
The problem with cancer patients is that, terrified by the diagnosis, they subject their bodies to these cutting/burning/poisoning procedures which, more than likely, will lead them more quickly to the day of final condemnation: “You must say with our deepest regret that there is nothing more that can be done to help you.”
The most pressing question is not, “How advanced or dangerous is my cancer?” but, “What am I doing or not doing that puts my body in a position to have to fight for its life?” Why do some people go through cancer like the flu? Are they just lucky or is there some mechanism at work that triggers the healing? On the contrary, what is the hidden element that prevents the body from naturally curing cancer, that makes cancer so dangerous, if it is dangerous at all?
People believe cancer is a vicious killer
The answers to all of these questions belong to the person who has the cancer and do not depend on how “bad” a particular cancer is or how advanced it appears to have progressed. Do you believe that cancer is a disease? You will most likely answer “Yes”, given the “informed” opinion that the medical industry and mass media have conveyed to the masses for many decades. Yet the most important but seldom asked question remains, “Why do you think cancer is a disease?” You can answer, “Because I know cancer kills people every day.” Then I would ask you more, “How do you know it’s cancer that kills people?” You would probably say that most people who have cancer die, so obviously it’s the cancer that kills them. Besides, as you can imagine, all the medical experts tell us.
Let me ask you another rather strange question: “How do you know for sure that you are the daughter/son of your father and not of another man?” Is it because your mother told you? What makes you think your mom told you the truth? Probably because you believe it; and you have no reason not to. After all, she’s your mother, and mothers don’t lie about that. Or do they? Although you never really know with absolute certainty that the person you believe to be your father is, in fact, your father, you have nevertheless transformed what you believe subjectively into something you “know”, into an irrefutable truth. .
Although no scientific evidence exists to show that cancer is a disease (as opposed to a cure), most people will insist that it is a disease because it is what they were told to believe. Yet this belief is only hearsay based on the opinions of others. These other people have heard the same “truth” from someone else. Finally, the infallible doctrine that cancer is a disease can be traced to certain physicians who expressed their subjective feelings or beliefs about what they had observed and published them in review articles or medical reports. Other doctors agreed with their opinion, and soon after it became a “well-established fact” that cancer is a vicious disease that somehow takes hold. people to kill them. However, the truth of the matter may actually be quite different and more rational and scientific than that.