Tag Archives: cancer rates

100% of cancer trivia

Americans pay up to 100% more for cancer drug treatments than patients in other countries – meanwhile, since 2000, the average cost of treatment in the US has also grown 100%. The number of people with cancer has also grown … Continue reading

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Polio vaccine farble

Question of the century: Do vaccines cause cancer? Well, straight from the horse’s mouth, the CDC says it just may be so – but heavily stress that more studies are needed. 50 years after-the-fact, the CDC posts on its website … Continue reading

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Vegetarians live longer – but…

Did you know that a strict vegetarian lifestyle can both save your life and wreck it? When you are ill, a drastic diet change can turn the tides on chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, major depression and almost any other … Continue reading

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Fukushima cancer has just begin

Cancer rates are now nearly four times higher than world average near the Fukushima disaster site. In fact, cancer rates have been rising all across the region. But this is just the beginning of woes as it will take a … Continue reading

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But they say we are winning the war on cancer…

The latest dire warning from the WHO says that cancer rates around the world will surge by a whopping 57% over the next 20 years. Of course, deaths from cancer are going to rise right along with that staggering number. … Continue reading

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Increasing your chances for cancer:

Smelling a rat trivia: While being fed GMO corn, up to 80% of female rats developed tumors – an average of three giant tumors! Not cool…

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Cancer skyrocket

The WHO has announced new predictions about the rampant spread of cancer throughout the world. In 10 years, cancer rates will increase by MORE than 25%.  By 2025, the annual number of new cancer diagnoses is expected to jump to … Continue reading

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Mistletoe cancer magic

Mistletoe is an amazing plant that thrives in the winter while other plants lie dormant. One thing you may not know is that mistletoe has wonderful anticancer properties. People with locally advanced or metastatic pancreatic cancer actually doubled their survival … Continue reading

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Medical care: Are we getting what we are paying for?

Americans spend more for health care than any other nation in the world; and yet, we are not the healthiest nation in the world. Two years ago I reported that the US was number 34 in the world for infant … Continue reading

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Real Health Talk News and Views broadcast 10/17/13

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Milking the cancer rates

Pasteurized, commercially produced cow’s milk is a lose-lose. A study comparing diet and cancer rates in 42 countries found a significant correlation between cancer and dairy consumption. Switzerland and Denmark not only had the highest dairy intake but they also … Continue reading

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The soy ploy

I challenge you to find a salad dressing or mayonnaise that is both soy-free and GMO-free. Yes, an overwhelming majority of salad dressings contain soybean oil. Soybean oil is bad enough by itself but more than 93% of our soybeans … Continue reading

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