Cancer is a bitch but can also end up being a person’s best friend if they use their sickness to wake up their heart and mind and change as much about themselves as possible. There are limits to this of course. We cannot leave our poisoned planet though we can leave our urban center with all its cancer causing pollution, if we can afford to do so.Enter your text here...
There is so much we can do to Conquer Cancer. I include this video to introduce the human factor, the belief factor, and the subtle energy factor that has the ability to move mountains when it comes to cancer. In this case monks in China dissolved a woman’s ovarian cancer in three minutes. So believing one can Conquer Cancer is important. Our emotions and mental attitudes are important and these things we do have some control over.
Unfortunately, we cannot assume health anymore. There are too many hostile forces, chemicals, heavy metals and bad intentions surrounding us and our children that we cannot control. We have to arm ourselves with knowledge and wisdom but a lot of people and organizations would rather us just remain dumb so they can lord over us with their arrogant know it all attitudes. Thus a goal of Conquering Cancer is to learn more about cancer than your oncologist knows.
We will also be reviewing the latest research: In the Pancreas, Common Fungi May Drive Cancer. Certain fungi can settle in the pancreas, where they spur the growth of tumors. A new study, published in October of 2119, in the journal Nature, found that fungi can make their way deep into the pancreas, which sits behind your stomach and secretes digestive enzymes into your small intestine. In mice and human patients with pancreatic cancer, the fungi proliferate 3,000-fold compared to healthy tissue — and one fungus in particular may make pancreatic tumors grow bigger.
Dr. George Miller, a surgical oncologist at the New York University School of Medicine who led the study, indicated that that some microorganisms, such as bacteria, could sneak past a muscle called the sphincter of Oddi, which separates the pancreas from the rest of the gut. Dr. Miller and his team fed mice a species of brewer’s yeast labeled with a green fluorescent protein. The fluorescent marker revealed that the yeast had indeed moved from the digestive tract to the pancreas in a matter of minutes.
Oncologists have never recognized the relationship between cancer and fungus infections and as we shall see later on, in the lesson, Infections as a Cause of Cancer, as much as 40 percent of cancers start with infections. Some, like Dr. Tullio Simoncini in Rome go as far as identifying cancer as a fungus. Certainly cancer cells and fungus cells share some basic characteristics.
Prof Beard, in the early part of the last century, a Scottish embryologist, found the the pancreas is a critical organ for protecting again cancer as it secretes active pancreatic enzymes which help to remove the glyco-protein coat surrounding cancer cells which keeps the immune system at bay. If the pancreas goes on a downward spiral, probably related to toxins and nutritional deficiencies, especially bicarbonate deficiency, along with chronic inflammation, will create an anaerobic environment that fungi favour - hence their migration. Once the fungi cells take a hold, producing lactic acid that further shifts the pH, then cancer cells will proliferate.
Administering an anti-fungal drugs got rid of the fungi in mice and kept tumors from developing. And when the treated mice again received the yeast, their tumors started growing once more — an indication, Dr. Berk Aykut said, that the fungal cells were driving the tumors’ growth.
Nearly 57,000 people will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the United States this year, but their prognosis will be poor. Three-fourths die within a year of diagnosis, and only about 1 in 10 live longer than five years because chemotherapy and surgery, nor radiation are of much help. Thus we find one more reason why sodium bicarbonate, the very best of all anti-fungal medicines should be given to all pancreatic patients. We will explore deeply the use of the different bicarbonates in this course.