Cancer Awareness Month: The One Question Cancer Doctors Never Ask
October is cancer awareness month, specifically breast cancer.
Globally, 18,094,716 million cases of cancer were diagnosed in 2020 and over 10 million deaths. This statistic is shocking showing a very poor survival rate for cancer. Nearly 10% of all people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. These number continue to rise despite billions of dollars in research.
The entire concept of medicine is to determine why you get a specific illness and then treat the underlying cause. The field of oncology or cancer treatment is the only discipline in medicine that does not ask the patient the most important question. WHY DID YOU GET CANCER?
Cancer Treatments Don’t Address the Cause of Cancer
How can you treat something if you don’t understand the cause of disease?
All cancers are treated the exact same. Your only options are surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. None of these options address the reason why you get cancer.
In fact, chemo and radiation can actually cause healthy cellular transformation into cancer cells. If that is not enough, the chemo and radiation cause so much damage to other cells that most people don’t die of the original cancer but rather die from heart attack, stroke or organ failure from the actual treatment.
But for cancer statistics, this is a win. If the death certificate does not state the patient died from cancer, then that is a win. However, for the person or the family of that person, the result is the same. It is still a death. It is really no wonder why people die from cancer.
What Really Causes Cancer?
There are common myths still perpetuated in the cancer field.
The first is that cancer is a genetic disease. This could not be further from the truth.
Cancer is a metabolic disease that once develops causes changes in genetic expression in response to the disease. Treating the genetics of disease is treating the consequence of the disease rather than the cause.
Cancer does not run in the family. Some families have higher incidence of cancer because of their similar habits, diets and exposure to similar toxicants that appear to have a genetic influence.
So how do we do better?
First, we have to start by asking the right questions.
The most important question any cancer patient must ask themselves and their physician is “Why did I get this cancer?”
There is always a reason. It is not bad luck, it is not a curse, it is not because of your genetics. The goal of the physician and patient is to understand why the cancer started, then and only then can you employ effective treatment strategies. Let’s review what the science and clinical evidence reveals.
Blood borne cancers such as multiple myeloma, leukemia and lymphoma are almost always caused by exposure to some chemical toxicant. This can be glyphosate (Roundup), other herbicides, pesticides, petroleum chemicals, exposure to mold and mycotoxins and even infections.
Finding the Root Cause of Cancer
In order to find out the root cause of the blood borne cancers, you must test to see what is causing the transformation of cells. Great Plains laboratory has a great non-metal toxicant panel that will pick up many carcinogenic chemicals in blood and urine.
This test combined with the organic acid test from Great plains laboratory provides a comprehensive panel on a patients’ overall metabolic profile.
Testing for mold and mycotoxins is also necessary. We routinely use mycolabs to test for exposure to mold and mycotoxins. Almost always we can find the causal agent for blood borne cancers using these labs. Once identified, one can then begin the mitigation process and removing the source of the cancer.
Solid tumors such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, brain cancer and any other primary tumors are almost always caused by a dental infection or some toxicant. I’ve never seen a cancer patient that did not have some sort of dental infection.
Most of these are asymptomatic meaning that the patient does not even know they have a dental infection. The first stop for any cancer patient is the dentist for full oral exam and a CT 3-D cone beam scan that will reveal any infection.
An X-ray will not reveal any infection and unfortunately most dentist only use X-rays. Once the infection is revealed, the dentist can then remove the infected tooth, clean up the infection and address the key contributor to the cancer.
Other key contributors are viral infections, longitudinal scars, low thyroid or anything that will disrupt electrical conductance and voltage throughout the body.
Cancer cells only can grow in a low pH, low oxygen, low voltage environment. If you can recognize what is disrupting the voltage and oxygen supply to that organ or tumor, then you can take the proper steps to restore voltage and oxygen to that particular organ.
This has been known since the early 1900’s and is known as the “Warburg Effect” after Otto Warburg discovered that cancer is a metabolic disease caused by mitochondrial dysfunction and aerobic fermentation.
His discovery won a Nobel Prize. This is the basis for all cancer cell biology even today but yet cancer doctors continue to fail to recognize basic cancer cell biology and this is the reason that cancer remains a deadly disease today when it does not have to be.
Steps for Preventing Cancer
If you have cancer or want to prevent getting cancer, below are some simple steps you should consider.
1. Do not get root canals and if you have root canals, you must have them cleaned up. Root canal treated teeth are dead tissue and it is impossible to sterilize dead tissue. All root canals are infected.
2. Get all mercury amalgam fillings removed. Mercury is a toxin that contributes to many chronic diseases.
3. Drink lots of clean filtered water to help dilute any toxins you may be exposed.
4. Exercise, sweat, take fiber to have consistent bowel movements. We removed toxins through our breathe, our sweat, our urine and feces. We must make sure all systems are working to remove toxins.
5. Take a binder such as chorella, spirulina, activated charcoal or diatomaceous earth to help removed toxins from the body.
6. Walk barefoot on the ground for at least half hour every day. The Earth is a big magnet that provides electrons and voltage to the human body.
7. Normalize your thyroid function by eliminating fluoride and chlorine exposure and supplementing with iodine.
8. Don’t take or stop taking antacids. Antacids disrupt normal body pH regulation and cause a paradoxical acidosis, an environment where cancer cells can grow.
9. Do not eat after 6pm. People who eat dinner at least two hours before going to sleep – have a 20% lower risk of breast and prostate cancer than those who eat after 10 p.m. or go to bed shortly after supper. Avoid sugar and simple carbohydrates. Cancer cells can only grow on glucose and carbohydrates. You must starve the cancer from the fuel it survives on.
10. Restore your nitric oxide levels. Nitric oxide improves oxygen delivery, improves mitochondrial function, improves pH thereby correcting the conditions where cancer cells cannot grow.
Cancer is a horrible disease that is treatable and curable.
Unfortunately, the most popular cancer treatment centers do not employ strategies that work. And still today, so many people die from cancer using surgery, chemo and radiation.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Modern cancer treatment is insanity. We can and we must do better.
Ask the tough questions, demand answers and if your physician cannot answer your questions and provide you rationale therapy that gets to the root of the problem, then fire them and find one that can.
Dr. Nathan S. Bryan is a biochemist and physiologist that has more than 20 years of basic science and clinical research. His many seminal discoveries have resulted in dozens of issued U.S. and International patents. He is an international expert in nitric oxide and molecular medicine. Dr. Bryan is an innovator and successful entrepreneur who product technology is responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue worldwide. This content is not intended to replace medical advice from a physician.