Monday, October 9, 2006

Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and even though I don’t personally know anybody with breast cancer, I know it’s a growing problem here in the U.S. Recently I met a scientist who is working with a doctor by the name of Hulda Clark down in Mexico and they’re doing quite a bit of research on cancer. This scientist turned me onto a book called The Prevention of All Cancers which I’ve been reading for the past couple weeks. This is what I’ve learned so far:

  • If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, it’s important to drink the right water. Drinking water from your faucet has many toxic substances in it that can make the cancer worse.
  • Despite what the U.S. Medical society has told us, there is a cure for all cancers - and it starts with the right diet.
  • The FDA and the big pharmaceutical companies don’t want us to know that there is a cure because for obvious! They certainly don’t want to go out of business!
I would highly recommend doing some research on your own and checking out Hulda R. Clark’s books.
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