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Gum Cancer is cancer of the lower or upper gums (gingiva). Modern medicine will treat with surgery or radiation therapy, but this site promotes Alternative Medicine therapies that have worked for some and may work for you. Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that become parasitic when you consume a too-acid diet. Prevent cancer by consuming an alkaline diet.

 



Gum cancer is a cancer that occurs in the mouth, one of several oral cancers.

This site is not concerned with where in the body cancer occurs, because all cancers, gum or othewise, have their origin in ones biological terrain as charted by Professor Vincent of France in the 1920s. Professor Vincent correlated biological terrain with 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

Today's medicine does not know what causes cancer or the means to prevent it, but Alternative Medicine does. Once you know the cause of cancer, you can prevent it, or a recurrence, by monitoring urine pH and regulating your diet. It's as easy as that.

If you have cancer, Alternative Medicine offers several herbal remedies including essiac, ellagic acid, and graviola, and electromedicine therapies include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices. This would be a better first attempt than the cut, poison, and burn approach of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. It would be prudent to know the cause of cancer and learn to avoid it, instead of watching for lumps and symptoms. Learn how to prevent cancer with an alkaline diet. Be sure to click the following:

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