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Larynx Cancer is a malignant tumor of the larynx or voice box. This site is not concerned with where in the body cancer occurs, because all cancers, larynx or othewise, have the same origin in ones biological terrain as charted by Professor Vincent of France in the 1920s. Cancer is due to symbiotic organisms that become parasitic when the diet is too acid, and can be prevented with an alkaline diet. Alternative Medicine offers herbal cures including ellagic acid, essiac, and graviola, and electromedicine therapies include Rife, Beck, and Lakhovsky devices.


The Larynx is a two inch long organ in the neck used to make sound which is formed into speech with the teeth, lips, and tongue. It is composed of three parts: The supraglottis, glottis, and subglottis. The glottis contains the vocal chords, with the subglottis about 1/2 inch below. Almost 90% of laryngeal cancer occurs in males, and the most common age is 60 to 70 years old.

Symptoms of Larynx Cancer
Symptoms may include:
• A sore throat that will not go away.
• A slowly progressing hoarseness of the voice
• A Persistent cough
• A feeling of a lump in the throat or neck
• An ear ache
• Difficulty breathing
• Noisy breathing

As the tumor grows it can cause:
• Pain
• Weight loss
• Bad breath
• Frequent choking on food, or hard to swallow food

Prevention and Cause
Professor Vincent correlated biological terrain with the onset of cancer, and found 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 science does not know the cause of 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 consuming an alkaline diet. It's as easy as that. Be sure to click the following:

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