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  • Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS
  • SubGenre:Diseases / Cancer
  • Language:English
  • Pages:375
  • eBook ISBN:9781734532425

Busting Breast Cancer

Five Simple Steps to Keep Breast Cancer Out of Your Body

by Susan Wadia-Ells

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Overview
WORRIED ABOUT BREAST CANCER? Be smart. Take off the pink ribbons; avoid mammograms; switch off of birth control drugs and progestin menopausal drugs; keep your vitamin D3 levels high; get rid of your excess body fat & high stress relationships now! Following Busting Breast Cancer's research-based 5 Simple Steps can help keep breast cancer out of your body. Each lifestyle change. Based on new and historic biological findings, known today as the metabolic theory of cancer, these five lifestyles can drop breast cancer risk by 50-80 percent. Funded by hundreds of small donations and several family foundations, Busting Breast Cancer is an independent study that encourages women to question most profit-focused cancer authorities, including the: American Cancer Society, National Academy of Medicine, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Planned Parenthood, and National Cancer Institute. The book's chapters also describe better ways to screen for, diagnose, and manage a breast cancer diagnosis. These new ways are more effective and much less toxic than today's highly-profitable smash, slash, poison and burn options that are always touted. Busting Breast Cancer also asks, "Why are 30 to 40 percent of US women, who are treated for early-stage breast cancer, later diagnosed with recurrent deadly metastatic breast cancer? Why don't state cancer boards share this mandated data with the public? " So many questions women now have. Busting Breast Cancer finally offers women hopeful answers.
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Avoid mammograms. Switch off of birth control drugs and progestin menopausal drugs too. Lose your excess fat NOW! Stop holding onto those highly stressful jobs and relationships. Counterintuitive as these may seem, each is among Busting Breast Cancer's Five Simple Steps. Yes biologists now understand why one woman develops breast cancer, while another woman never will. Documented with thousands of scientific and statistical studies that together describe effective breast cancer prevention, Busting Breast Cancer is based on the recent understanding that cancer is a logical metabolic disease. Following these five steps can reduce your risk of breast cancer by 30 to 80 percent! Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells' twelve years of research, described in her shocking new book, fearlessly questions the presumed wisdom of most so-called authorities, including the: National Cancer Institute; American Cancer Society, National Academy of Medicine, and Susan G. Komen, as well as today's mainstream cancer centers. And why wouldn't we question their wisdom? At least 30 or 40 percent of US women treated for early-stage breast cancer today, go on to develop metastatic breast cancer…practically guaranteeing their early death. Physicians must report each recurrence to state registries. But you may be surprised to learn the industry and its federal partners keep these numbers hidden. Perhaps such statistics are just too embarrassing to share. Dr. Wadia-Ells does not pussyfoot around. A journalist with graduate degrees in political economy and women's studies, she wants women to take charge and stop today's unnecessary breast cancer epidemic. Reviewing thousands of studies while researching this book, she discovered the 2012 landmark textbook, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease; On the Origin, Management and Prevention of Cancer, by Boston College biologist Dr. Thomas N. Seyfried. Here, the eminent geneticist lays out the first complete biological explanation of how a person's first cancer cell develops. Medical schools do not yet teach this knowledge; it would disrupt today's medical, pharmaceutical and radiology industries' highly profitable treatments. The billions invested in genetic-based cancer research studies and start-ups would be lost overnight. But individual women must understand that effective prevention is now possible for each of us! Take off the pink ribbons. Stop running for the cure. Keep your vitamin D3 above 60 ng/ml. Get rid of the carbs. Practice daily meditation. Use clean cosmetics. Stop suffocating your breast cells' power batteries...your fragile mitochondria. Take charge! Only you can stop that first breast cancer cell before, or as, it begins to develop. Busting Breast Cancer aims to stop this unnecessary epidemic ASAP. The book's final chapter proposes seven political action steps: women must demands the FDA again allow affordable $30 hormone-free medical devices (IUDs) on the US market; federal money must be spent to educate women on the benefit of breast self-exams; federal insurance laws much stop promoting and/or covering the cost of screening mammograms to the exclusion of less-dangerous and more-accurate breast screening options: whole- breast ultrasound technology for both screenings and diagnostic testing, SureTouch high resolution screening elastography for clinical exams and annual early-prevention thermography. Today's multibillion-dollar cancer industry has too much financial incentive to abandon its misguided research and its expensive toxic treatments. Who can change the course of breast cancer prevention and end this unnecessary breast cancer epidemic? Only YOU can! Only individual women have the self-interest to do it. And now, with Busting Breast Cancer, you'll have the knowledge, too.
About the author
Susan Wadia-Ells is a long-time cultural change agent. During the 1970's she organized women at Polaroid, creating the first affirmative action program for women within a Fortune 200 corporation, and soon became Polaroid's corporate affirmative action manager and a mentor to other corporate women's groups fighting for equal pay, training, benefits, and career opportunities. After returning to academia in the early 1980's for a graduate degree in energy economics and political development at The Fletcher School, Dr. Wadia-Ells worked with community development groups in Zimbabwe as that nation's long struggle against apartheid ended. Next, she worked as a small town journalist in Brattleboro VT, under the guidance of the legendary UPI International Editor, Norman Runnion. Wadia-Ells then moved on to complete her PhD in women's studies, before teaching over the next decade in Lesley University's Adult Baccalaureate Program in Boston—helping women learn to fearlessly write their unspoken ideas and life stories. During this time, while raising her son, she also created national feminist conferences on once-ignored or banned topics including: the landmark Women's Ways of Knowing Study; exploring the personal growth dimensions within motherhood, and understanding the power of women's menopausal years. Her 1995 anthology, The Adoption Reader: Birth Mothers, Adoptive Mothers and Adopted Daughters Tell Their Stories (Seal Press, Seattle), helped define adoption as primarily a woman's issue. Wadia-Ells' column, "Honest Health," published by the Gloucester Daily Times (MA), beginning in 2008, her long-time Busting Breast Cancer blog, and her 2013 e-book, Birth Control Drugs and Breast Cancer: Learn the Terrible Truth, all served to introduce many of the topics discussed in her 2021 book, Busting Breast Cancer: Five Simple Steps to Keep Breast Cancer Out of Your Body, based on the new metabolic theory of cancer. She currently lives in Manchester by the Sea, MA.
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