How does cancer appear and what are the most common factors that trigger it?


The name of the cancer comes from the Greek word „Karkinos” – cancer. The word tumour refers to benign and malignant forms. The term cancer ‘(or’ neoplasia ‘) is used for malignant tumours.

In the case of malignant epithelial tumours, the term used is carcinoma. There are tumours whose name ends in „ma” (osteoma, adenoma, fibroma). Benign surface cancers are named “papilloma”, while glandular tumours may be called ‘adenoma’.

A cancer is a cluster of cells that develops anarchically, turn metastatic if they are malignant (leading to the appearance of tumours). Proto-oncogenic genes play a role in cell proliferation, especially during embryogenesis. In some cases, Probo-oncogenes can turn into oncongenes, which develop malignantly.

Statistically speaking, everyone has some premalignant lesions that do not develop. A single cell generates a cone cell that develops and may infiltrate in the neighbouring tissues and spread to other organs through blood or lymph vessels, forming secondary tumours or metastases. Its shape is irregular, having whitish colour, like a cauliflower’s, being ulcerated, hard and sometimes bleeding. The place where the tumour appears is irregular, immobile, swollen, insensitive and then it ulcerates and is difficult to treat.

Early diagnosis of cancer is very important because timely and proper treatment of the disease can lead to healing. If the treatment is applied early, it is more effective. Chemotherapy and radiation used in cancer treatment have side effects, sometimes severe, while surgery is even mutilating. Chemotherapy can reduce white blood cells and so is the risk of infection grows. Neulasta injection therapy restores white blood cells and therefore one can use chemotherapy. But Neulasta can cause allergies or even the rupture of the spleen. To combat these effects, it’s best to drink milk and thistle infusion for three weeks to help prevent prostate, liver, lung, intestine and skin cancer.

The doctor is the one who diagnoses the malignancy. After removing the tumour, metastasis can last between 5 and 16-18 years, or even longer, depending on the period of evolution and its volume.
Clear differences between benign and malignant tumours:

Benign tumours are slow-growing, non-invasive, hardly affect the surrounding tissues and are often encapsulated and circumscribed, being well differentiated

Malignant tumours are fast-growing, invasive diseases, which affect the adjacent organs; they are poorly differentiated, metastatic, infiltrative and non capsulated.

Cancer arises from the body areas that are poorly oxygenated, as toxic waste that harms local organic functions gathers here. It is therefore important to detoxify the body. During the detoxification of the body, one should not have surgery, have a strict diet, avoid chemicals and let the body fight the disease.

Factors which cause cancer:

One very important factor is the carcinogenic effect of ionizing radiation at a distance of 2 km from the epicenter of the atomic explosion. Carcinogenic chemicals are:

  • Aflatoxima from contamination with Aspergillus flav – it produces liver cancer. Aflatoxima is found in coffee, peanuts, peanuts, corn and spices.
  • Substances in different alcoholic drinks cause cancer of the mouth, oesophagus, breast, bowel.
  • Dyes, preservatives, mineral oils, additives can cause cancer. Among the most hazardous additives, we mention: E621, E634, E635, E210, E102, E129-red. These additives cause fatigue, headaches, bloating, dizziness, lack of concentration. Cooking at high temperatures results in the formation of nitrates and nitrites in the body. Vitamin C prevents the formation of nitrites in the body.
  • Medications such as: Chloramphenicol, antimitotic.
  • Smoking food and frying meat on the grill with charcoal produce benzopyrene (carcinogens). 1 kg of meat grilled on charcoal produces as much benzopyrene as 600 cigarettes.
  • Acrylamides – are carcinogenic and hazardous substances which are produced when foods are rich in carbohydrates (French fries).
  • You should avoid meat that loads the body with urea and uric acid, which leads to kidney failure and stones, as well as atherosclerosis, gout.
  • If the cancer appears, you should immediately start a diet with distilled water and vegetable carrot juice; do not to eat meat, dairy and eggs for 7 months. Many vegetables are toxic because manufacturers use chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
  • Viral infections – the oncogenic virus and papilloma virus aid the formation of cancer.
  • The estrogenic hormones that favour cancer are ADH – a diuretic that causes bronchial cancer and brain tumours, PTH – leads to hypocalcaemia and bone lesions and ACTH – causes pancreatic cancer and of the thymus.
  • Lack of vitamins may cause cancer, especially riboflavin B2.

For treating cancer, one can use comfrey, vitamin A associated with vitamin C, wheat germ 3-6 times / day, royal jelly, belts with clay to detoxify the body, pollen, propolis, Coenzyme Q10.

Steam compresses with horsetail are very good if put on the affected area for 2 hours in the morning. Compresses with calendula ointment and Swedish bitters have a good effect as well. You can also put plantain porridge on external tumours. A bandage soaked in brandy with crushed wormwood may also help.

Shark cartilage treatment is recommended in diabetic retinopathy, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, treatment with chemotherapy. For lung, prostate, breast, intestine, stomach cancer, one can also use hellebore. Do not forget celery, beetroot and carrot juice, as well as the tincture made of black poplar buds and the green barley juice.

7 plants are known for their anticancer effect: basil, caraway, anise, mint, nuts, valerian, lavender, from which you should drink 2 litres of tea / day.

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