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Radiation Treatment uses high-energy radiation to treat cancer by killing cancer cells. It also kills normal cells, and there are risks of anemia, nausea, vomiting, hair loss, diarrhea, skin burn, fatigue, sterility, and death.  This site suggests a more gentle approach from Alternative Medicine, of natural herbal cures ellagic acid, essiac, and graviola, and electromedicine therapies from Lakhovsky, Rife, and Beck. Avoid the dangers of radiation.


The purpose of radiation treatment is to shrink localized tumors, not cancers that have spread to other parts of the body. Radiation kills cancer cells and normal cells, but normal cells are more able to repair damage than cancer cells.  Radiation treatments are spread out over weeks to give normal cells a chance to recover.

Radiation is often used in conjunction with other therapies such as chemotherapy or surgery, especially when surgery cannot remove tissue without damaging surrounding organs.

Radiation can be delivered by radioactive implants to localized areas, or from a beam external to the body which can damage tissue on its way to the tumor.

Different types of radiation are used, including high energy xrays and gamma rays, protons, and neutrons.

Medical doctors do not know the cause of cancer. Cancer is the result of  symbiotic organisms that become parasitic from an overly acid diet. Doctors promote early detection by watching for lumps and tumors because they don't know how to prevent it, but you risk damage before it is detected. You can avoid cancer by eating an alkaline diet. Stop worrying about getting cancer by learning what causes it and the means of prevention. If you have cancer, radiation therapy should be a last resort because of the damage it causes; check out alternative health cures in the links below.

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