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What is Cancer? Cells of the body normally reproduce in a controlled way, but when the cells divide and grow in an uncontrolled way, they usually group or clump together to form tumors on the affected part. If the cells invade other parts of the body, this is called metastasis, and the cancer is said to be malignant, otherwise it is said to be benign.

 



What Causes Cancer?
Professor Vincent of France showed that cancer occurs when symbiotic organisms in the body turn parasitic due to the diet becoming too acidic. He charted the pH, rH2, and conductivity of blood, saliva and urine of thousands of people, and was able to predict cancer by measuring these fluids.

How Do You Prevent Cancer?
Since cancer occurs when the blood pH crosses a line on his chart, Professor Vincent found that cancer can be prevented by maintaining an alkaline pH diet. It's as simple as that. You can learn more about it in the section Prevention and Cause of Cancer.

How Do You Cure Cancer?
There are natural gentle approaches to cure cancer that should be tried before the cut, poison, and burn approach of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Alternative Medicine uses herbs and electromedicine devices shown to be effective against cancer, but unfortunately suppressed by the medical profession and government. See the links below.

Modern medicine does not know what causes cancer, how to prevent, or how to cure cancer; what it calls prevention is in fact early detection by watching for symptoms.  Wouldn't you feel safer to know the cause of cancer, and to actively take steps to prevent it, instead of watching for symptoms?  See the links below.

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Choose Your Cancer Cure

Prevention and Cause of Cancer

 

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