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If you have Bone Marrow Cancer, herbal remedies from Alternative Medicine include essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine therapies include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices. Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that become parasitic when the diet becomes too acidic, and can be prevented with an alkaline diet.


The soft material in the center of the bones is called bone marrow. Some bones contain only fat, while others contain what are called cellular marrow which is the source of all blood cells, red, white, and platelets.

Most bone marrow cancer is due to spreading from other areas, in which case it is called secondary bone cancer. If it starts in the bone, it is called primary bone cancer.

There are two types of primary bone cancer: The less common is Ewing's sarcoma which usually involves the shaft of the bone, most commonly in the hip, upper arm, or thigh. It accounts for 2% of all teen cancers, and usually occurs in boys aged 10 to 25.

Osteosarcoma is the most common type of bone cancer, and the 6th most common form of cancer in children. It develops especially around the ends of the long bones, particularly the knees.

This site is not concerned with where in the body cancer occurs; cancer is cancer. Professor Vincent of France charted the biological terrain, and correlated it to the onset of cancer. A healthy terrain cannot get cancer, while a debased terrain cannot avoid it. Terrain is mainly due to ones diet.

Biological Terrain Chart

Modern medicine does not know the cause of cancer or how to prevent it, but Alternative Medicine does. Once you know the cause of cancer, you can prevent it by monitoring urine pH and regulating your diet. It's as easy as that. Be sure to click the following:

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