Common Cancers In The United States & Prevention

For Women:

1.         Breast –32%.

2.         Lung and Bronchus—12%.

3.         Colon and rectum—11%.

4.         Uterine Corpus—6%.

5.         Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma—4%.

6.         Melanoma of the skin—4%

7.         Ovary—3%.

8.         Thyroid—3%.

9.         Urinary Bladder—2%.

10.       Pancreas –2%.

For Men:

1.         Prostrate. This accounts for approximately 33%.

2.         Lung and bronchus. Accounts for 13%

3.         Colon and Rectal. Accounts for 10%

4.         Urinary and Bladder –7%.

5.         Melanoma of skin—5%.

6.         Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma—4%.

7.         Kidney and Renal Pelvis—3%.

8.         Leukemia—3%.

9.         Oral Cavity and Pharynx-3%.

10.       Pancreas—3%.

The center for disease control recommends making the following changes to prevent and control cancer.

  • A healthy life style, eating well balanced food that is highly nutritious like fish, low fat meats, low fat diary, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and beans.
  • Regular health checks, blood work and screenings for cancer. Screenings and health checkups are often lifesaving as finding cancer and other problems early can easily be fixed.  When cancer is found early it is much easier to correct.

Heath checkups and screenings should include physical exams, x-rays, blood and lab test and specialized testing like CT scans, MRIs, mammograms and sonograms. Your medical doctor will recommend any special tests based on his findings and you and your families history.

Cancer has many symptoms but to give you a few, symptoms can include an unexplained lump in any part of the body; growth of what seems like a wart or mole; injuries like cuts and scraps that do not heal; a continued cough; changes in bladder habits; weight loss or unusual bleeding. Early stages of cancer do not show in any outward signs so the best way to check is through health screenings, visits with your doctor and lab/blood work.

The Doctor Who Cures Cancer

Dr. Revici originally noticed the pain patterns in patients. He saw that some had pain at night, some at mealtimes. This was clearly a pattern. He began to look at acid-based balances of the body which relate to the circadian rhythms. He experimented with acid and alkaline balance and found some patients improved from one or the other. This did not fight the cancer, but controlled pain. He then found that some tumors were created in each environment. He analyzed the tumor tissue and found that the lipid components were very different.

Orthodox medicine recognizes this difference too. Lipids can be thought of as oils and fats in the body. Revici studied these substances and found that where there was a predominance of sterols and he gave the patient fatty acids it could penetrate into the cancer cells with a therapeutic effect. He experimented with animals and then patients. He created the substances to be used. Patients showed both objective and subjective results. Some tumors were reduced, many were stabilized. Some patients went into remission but many more achieved long-term stabilization.

There is still not a lot of evidence that tumor shrinkage will increase survival. Many of his patients got longer term survival than expected, some very long. Lacking funds, he never did many studies but had a significant group of patients who got well from advanced cancers. His story is described in a forthcoming book “The Doctor Who Cures Cancer” by William Kelley Eidem(not their choice for the title). It is about how he fought the AMA, the politics involved in medicine and the economics.

 

Is There A Cure For Cancer?

There is a major secret in the medical world, one that many in the profession do not want you to learn: despite their claims that there is no known “cure” for cancer, on the contrary.

There are numerous cures.

My plan in sharing this story with you is to encourage and inspire you to know that you can beat cancer.  The body, despite what you’ve heard or read, is designed to function properly when it receives what it needs, but will get diseased when toxins or malnutrition is introduced.  You just have to be determined to find out that it is the body requires, despite the fact that the authorities in the medical profession are stuck in their obsolete and ineffective beliefs.

Meet Alan McNutt who was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2000.  According to his reports, he began seeing conventional doctors who performed surgery to remove tumors from his thyroid.  But the tumors came back.  The surgeon basically told him to go see somebody else when he found out that the tumors returned, in effect, abandoning his patient.

How tragic for Mr. McNutt to have his life in the hands of a physician not dedicated to truly helping his patients.  This surgeon rather than continue to seek help, turns his back on his patient, a very disturbing act from someone who has sworn to save lives above all else.

Mr. McNutt visits Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) with all of his medical records.  He is told they couldn’t help him!  An astonishing turn of events, considering all we hear in the media about the claims promising new cancer treatments.  Only to find out they never seem to be as promising or effective as they are claim to be.  We should all be concerned!

A surgeon at Columbia Presbyterian told Mr. McNutt that he would try and help him.  A thyroidectomy was performed, but, unfortunately, the cancer was still present in his body.  That’s when two friends stepped up and advised Mr. McNutt to visit the Revici Center.

He reports that his cancer is not in remission, but is not progressing either.  He is happy with what he’s doing there. He says that his physician at Sloan-Kettering shakes his head, he doesn’t know what Mr. McNutt is doing, but whatever it is, he should keep doing it.  I

It is difficult to fathom why orthodox physicians are not even remotely curious about alternative cancer treatments.

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Dr. Revici Life & Cancer Treatment

Dr. Emanuel Revici, a relatively unknown physician, developed an original approach to the treatment of cancer. This Romanian-born physician who practiced in New York City, developed treatments for not only cancer,  but many other disorders, including AIDS, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, chronic pain, drug addiction, schizophrenia, allergies, shock, and burns. The great majority of his cancer patients were in advanced stages of the illness, and after five, ten, sometimes twenty years after receiving treatment, many of these patients are in remission with no signs of active disease.

However, despite his discoveries, his approach was seen by critics as “far too complex, too theoretical, and “inconsistent” in its results. Even friendly critics within the alternative health field say he cures very few cancer patients. But to admirers, he is a man who has saved the lives of cancer patients pronounced hopeless by orthodox doctors, a scientific genius who has opened up whole new vistas and whose theories and discoveries may serve as a principal basis for future medicine.

Dr. Revici sees health as a dynamic balance between two opposing kinds of activity that occur in all living systems. One process, the anabolic, or constructive, fosters the growth and build-up of natural patterns. The other process is catabolic, or destructive, involving the breakdown of structure, the liberation of energy, and the utilization of stored resources. According to Dr. Revici, a long-term predominance of either activity leads to abnormality and disease.

Dr. Revici describes the body’s overall defense system as consisting of four successive phases. When an antigen, or foreign substance, such as a virus or microbe, enters an organism, it activates the defense system. In the first phase, the antigen is broken down by enzymes. This is followed by the lipidic phase, followed in turn by the coagulant antibody phase, and succeeded finally by a phase mediated by globulinic antibodies able to fully neutralize the antigen.

This “biologically guided chemotherapy,” as Dr. Revici calls it, is highly individualized to suit each person’s specific metabolic character and condition. “There are simply no two cancers which are alike, just as no two individuals are alike,” he says.

Unfortunately, Dr. Revici’s cancer therapy was not allowed to be neither tested, nor funded in the United States, though it had been studied and put into practice in France, Italy, and Austria.  Instead, Dr. Revici was unfairly portrayed in American media as a quack who should have been put out of business a long time ago.

The American Cancer Society went so far as to put Dr. Revici’s therapy on its Unproven Methods blacklist in 1961.  In 1984, the State of New York tried to revoke his medical license permanently on grounds of deviation from standard medicine, negligence, incompetence, fraud, the use of unapproved experimental drugs among other charges.  But after four years of struggle, the physician triumphed in 1988 with a decision that allowed him to continue treating cancer patients but on a limited basis.

To save his license, some of Dr. Revici’s patients and several medical civil-liberties groups performed heroic lobbying at the state capitol. Then New York Congressman Guy Molinari held an all-day hearing in March 1988 to address the matter and the whole subject of alternative cancer therapies.  A respected NY radiation oncologist, Dr. Seymour Brenner, testified on Dr. Revici’s behalf, stating that because of his own investigations, Dr. Revici’s cancer treatments deserved further study, and he proposed the FDA to conduct an evaluation.

In a letter to Congressman Molinari, Brenner outlined the detailed case histories of ten advanced cancer patients whom Dr. Revici had healed.  One patient, a forty-three-year-old man, was diagnosed with an invasive, high-grade cancer of the bladder at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in September 1980.  “They said, ‘The only way you can be treated is if we take your bladder out and give you a colostomy on the side.’  He said no.”  The patient visited Dr. Revici in October and began the therapy and a 1987 cystoscopy at Sloan-Kettering revealed no trace of cancer.  There are more such cases.

Considered a scientific prodigy, Dr. Revici came to United States after WWII.  During the war, Dr. Revici was working with the French Resistance, and with his life in danger, he and his family were smuggled out of the country.  Dr. Revici was granted three special visas through the intercession of Sumner Welles, a special aide to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and eventually settled in Brooklyn, NY in 1947.

By 1948, Dr. Revici had begun exploring the use of selenium in treating cancer and as a means for rendering radiation less harmful. His promising findings on radiation came to the attention of United States Navy scientists testing A-bombs in the Pacific and was invited to work with them to study radiation’s harmful effects.

Besides his work with cancer patients, Dr. Revici developed successful treatments for heroin and alcohol addiction. His detoxification agent for heroin addicts, called Perse, was almost chosen over methadone as the nation’s treatment of choice.

It is now more than forty years since Dr. Revici developed his nontoxic chemotherapy.  One reason the medical field turned its back on Dr. Revici may be summed up by a leading physician at the time, Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer.  Commenting on Dr. Revici’s book, “Research in Physiopathology as a Basis of Guided Chemotherapy With Special Applications to Cancer,” released in 1961, Dr. Schrauzer says, “I came to the conclusion that Dr. Revici is an innovative medical genius, outstanding chemist and a highly creative thinker. I also realized that few of his medical colleagues would be able to follow his train of thought and thus would be all too willing to dismiss his work.”

An open-minded, unbiased evaluation of Dr. Revici’s work is long overdue.

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