What is Cancer
Cancer is a class of diseases in which a group of cells display uncontrolled growth, invasion that intrudes upon and destroys adjacent tissues, and sometimes metastasis, or spreading to other locations in the body via lymph or blood. These three malignant properties of cancers differentiate them from benign tumors, which do not invade or metastasize.
What are the causes, incidence and risk factors of cancer?
These are some of the factors that are known to increase the risk of cancer:
Tobacco causes cancer. In fact, smoking tobacco, using "smokeless" tobacco, and being regularly exposed to environmental tobacco smoke without actually smoking are responsible for one-third of all cancer deaths
Your choice of foods may affect your chance of developing cancer. Evidence points to a link between a high-fat diet and certain cancers, such as cancer of the breast, colon, uterus, and prostate cancer.
Ultraviolet radiation from the sun and from other sources (such as sunlamps and tanning booths) damages the skin and can cause skin cancer
Drinking large amounts of alcohol increases the risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, and larynx.
Exposure to large doses of radiation from medical x-rays can increase the risk of cancer
Chemicals and Other Substances In The Workplace
Being exposed to substances such as metals, dust, chemicals, or pesticides at work can increase the risk of cancer.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Cancer is primarily an environmental disease, though genetics influence the risk of some cancers. Common environmental factors leading to cancer include: tobacco, diet and obesity, infections, radiation, lack of physical activity, and environmental pollutants. These environmental factors cause or enhance abnormalities in the genetic material of cells.Cell reproduction is an extremely complex process that is normally tightly regulated by several classes of genes, including oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes. Hereditary or acquired abnormalities in these regulatory genes can lead to the development of cancer. A small percentage of cancers, approximately five to ten percent, are entirely hereditary.
The organs in our body are made up of cells. Cells divide and multiply as the body needs them. When these cells continue multiplying when the body doesn't need them, the result is a mass or growth, also called a tumor.
These growths are considered either benign or malignant. Benign is considered non-cancerous and malignant is cancerous. Benign tumors rarely are life threatening and do not spread to other parts of the body. They can often be removed. Malignant tumors, however, often invade nearby tissue and organs, spreading the disease.
it is estimated that well over one and a half cancers are due to unhealthy living and eating habits followed by the majority of People Through chronic Auto intoxication, constipation and the inactivity of the organs of elimination -The systems become poisoned and the poison accumulates around the weakest organs or where the body has been injured by a blow, fall, or bruise.
Poisoning of the body is caused by use of improper foods, tea, coffee, soft, drinks, liquor ,tobacco in all forms, meat of all kinds especially pork ,cane sugar and cane sugar products ,white floor products ,white rice , and all denatured foods ,which cause waste matter in the system.
Cancer would be rare if devitalized foods and meats were not eaten and all unhealthy living habits eliminated.
The life giving properties and minerals are removed from much of the food that is eaten
these properties keep the bloodstream pure ,and cancer will not develop readily when there is a pure blood stream
Chemotherapy is defined as anti-cancer drug treatment which is used to destroy cancer cells or stop them from spreading. This treatment often causes many debilitating and unpleasant side effects, and each person who undergoes treatment reacts differently. Often some people experience many side effects while others may only experience a few.
The main areas of the body that are affected during treatment include the digestive lining of your mouth, hair and bone marrow. Healthy cells in these body parts are affected.
There are a number of side effects associated with radiation therapy (also referred to as "radiotherapy" or "radiation"), a type of cancer treatment that helps kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation side effects vary from patient to patient, with some individuals suffering severe side effects and others experiencing hardly any side effects at all.
A form of energy released in particles or waves, radiation therapy is often administered by a machine that aims radiation at your cancer. Radiation may also be administered internally, through radioactive substances placed inside your body. Because radiation can sometimes harm normal cells in the targeted area, the treatment may produce certain side effects.
While skin changes (such as itching, peeling, and blistering) and fatigue are common among all patients receiving radiation
As we become more and more stressful, and our food less nutritious, cancer appears to be increasing and many individuals are suffering consequently. Cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy can be very harsh and often often make people even sicker, so what can be achieved to help cure cancer? We at Koibatek Herbal Clinic have Natural Cancer remedies that have no side effects and are efficient and easy to use.