Letter: Would you like cancer with that mammogram? by Matt Huebner
To clear up the confusion and corruption behind mammograms, I would like everybody to put down their fluoridated water, stop taking your anti-depressants, turn off your TV and read to be a free thinker. We are being “pink washed.”
First, one must understand that cancer is a for-profit industry. Figure out what’s really going on in the FDA as they no longer serve the people, they are in it for the money and depopulation. If the FDA cared about us, they would have banned vaccines, HRT, fluoride and BPA years ago.
The latest data says roughly 25,000 Americans develop cancer every year as a result of medical radiation exposure and many more experience DNA damage that could eventually lead to the development of cancer and other health problems in the long term. Radiation treatment actually drives breast cancer cells into greater malignancy, 30 times more likely to form tumors.
A July 2011 study by Dr. Autier published in the British Medical Journal showed that screening had no impact on on mortality in screened populations. John Keen, MD, Cook County hospital, states, “Screening inherently misses the fast growing and catches the slow growing; hence, screening causes over diagnosis with little mortality benefit.” A recent Norwegian study found that mastectomy rates climb higher as more women have mammograms. (Journal of Cancer, July 1, 2012)
Now thermography doesn’t sound like a bad option after all, does it? The American Journal of Surgery, in 2004, found that “ultrasound is significantly better than mammography for detecting invasive breast cancer,” having demonstrated a 92 percent success rate.
If “they” cared about us, they would tell you ginger extract may turn out to be more effective at fighting breast cancer than any drug currently on the market. (King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia). MSM showed reduced expression of breast cancer in just 30 days! Low vitamin D levels increase odds of breast cancer spreading by 800 percent, not to mention there is overwhelming evidence that iodine and selenium treat breast cancer! Learn the definition of propaganda, a pharmaceutical “cure” is oxymoronic, drugs do not cure disease any more than bullets cure war.
Matt Huebner, Land’ O Lakes