This latest study of electromagnetic fields(EMF) and brain cancer is both heartening and worrisome. If, as this study shows, it is possible for electromagnetic fields to influence cancer, that means they CAN influence cancer.
The bottom line is that there is very good justification for optimism and taking steps beyond the usual care. Bad things happen, but radical remission is not only possible, it is, to some degree, predictable and founded upon these essential health habits. Maybe most importantly, these behaviors enhance the quality of our lives. The essential health habits are not dramatic. Their impact IS. They are powerful. They are irreplaceable. Whether the time remaining is short or long, we should all pursue them.
Many years ago a study came out linking increased use of antibiotics to an increased rate of breast cancer. That study considered cumulative use of all antibiotics, not one specific antibiotic, thus suggesting a range of possible causes. There was insufficient evidence to prove that the antibiotics caused the breast cancers or even certainly made women […]
This seems to be the week of omega-3 oil publications. First there was a PATHETIC study whose authors claimed they had proved that O-3 supplements increase prostate cancer. http://jnci.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/07/09/jnci.djt174.abstract. A boat load of scientists responded in the harshest terms, suggesting the author was trying to get attention (“the work of a junior professor”) and wondering […]
I am disturbed by a recent study of advanced breast cancer among young women. Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association February 27, the study tracked breast cancer rates from 1976 to 2009. Over those 34 years, the incidence of metastatic breast cancer increased by 1.37 cases in 100,000 women. That is a […]
If you have been reading my thoughts for some time, you know that I am not a big advocate of mammograms. I really wish they would do the job they are supposed to do, but they just don’t. Another study appeared recently, documenting the unpleasant consequences of well-intentioned mammographic screening. It is not the […]