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Why is "Cancer" still an "uncured" disease?

As I've stated before . . . the American Cancer Society reported in 2018 that there were an estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer diagnosed that year. And last year in 2019 there were an estimated 1.8 million new cases of cancer diagnosed.

And even with the National Cancer Institute having spent an estimated $90 billion on research and treatment, with another 260 nonprofit organizations in the US having dedicated themselves to cancer. Not to mention last year the spending bill included an additional $45 billion . . .

We're still going in the wrong direction people with numbers increasing by additional 100,000 just last year. How is this right?

I know in researching my own terminal cancer 11 years ago, I found that it was discovered way back in 1845. And sadly today . . . 175 years later . . . there's still "no cure". And I still ask . . . How can this be?

How can you research something for 175 years and "not" have any answers other than a treatment of chemo which "isn't" a cure. And if you do opt for chemo or stemcell . . . this process is only giving you an extra year or two of suffering . . . not only from the cancer itself, but the side effects of these drugs.

Now . . . . with that being said . . . we do need to give science and these organizations credit because they have saved a lot of lives. But what we're still seeing is reports that there's still no cures "for" any kinds of cancer and there are treatments that may cure you "of" cancer. Many people live out the rest of their life and die of different causes after being treated, while others still die painfully from their disease. And if you are one of the thousands of people that have survived this devastating disease . . . I thank you Lord for sparing this soul.

But what about the quality of life during and after treatment. Why are some many still suffering from the aftermath? Is science just looking for treatments, rather than a cure?

So what's your thought?

Did you know that the average person has "cancer cells" in their body at least 6 times in their lifetime? And it just depends on how strong the immune system is at that particular time . . . as to whether those cancer cells are naturally eliminated from the body . . . or divide and conquer the body.

Yesterday I spoke of "Oxygen and Life" and how cancer can "only" live in an "oxygen deprived" environment. This all occurs due to an over abundance of "ethanol" in the body that naturally depletes our oxygen and our iron, which we've spoken about before.

So eliminate the 'ethanol" . . . therefore making the body "oxygen rich" . . . . this in turn heals and strengthens the immune system and the body now has the ability to kill the cancers cells and heal itself naturally.

I know this is just one persons opinion, but through 11 years of research and my own victory . . . I believe we "do" have the ability to "cure" and even "prevent" cancer. We the private sector . . . just need to apply ourselves.

Victory is only gained by resolution and determination.

As always, feel free to contact me here

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