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Diet Consisting of Raw Fruits and Vegetables May Reverse Breast Cancer

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Globally speaking, breast cancer cases have gone from 641,000 in 1980 to over 1.4 million in 2010 – with 425,000 deaths attributed to this preventable disease. Naturally, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation suggest that we need to “strengthen established health-system responses to reduce breast and cervical cancer.” But, where’s the demand for a cure?

Western medicine, which is controlled by the drug industry, has no interest in curing cancer because it makes huge profits from simply ‘managing’ sick people. Too many uneducated, and manipulated cancer patients suffer at the hands of conventional medicine and its restrictive  methods of treating cancer. To make matters worse, the dumbed-down, pharmaceutically-controlled mainstream media continues to withhold many non-toxic, effective ways to cure cancer.

Let’s expose the ‘false promise’ of conventional medicine in treating cancer.

Think about how brainwashed conventionally-trained oncologists have become. They actually believe that ‘cancer therapies are working’ when a person loses their appetite, muscle strength, hair, body weight and immune functions. In other words, as long as the poisonous drugs are shrinking a tumor – then quality of life issues are secondary. Does that sound right to you?

Naturally, if you want to really be free of cancer, it is crucial to learn more about the best organic foods to add to your diet. Also, detoxification is a must – especially the cleansing of the liver. Does your doctor know about the work of Max Gerson and coffee enemas?

Read more: Natural News

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