The Health Industry's Secret History of Delaying the Fight Against Cancer
The Strong Link Between Cancer and Pesticide Exposure
Journal of the National Cancer Institute
Children's Cancer and Pesticides
Study Examines Link Between Golf Course Pesticides and Cancer
Common Chemicals are Linked to Breast Cancer
Stopping Cancer Before It Starts
Cancer Prevention Coalition
The Breast Cancer Fund
The Preventable Cancer Epidemic
Seven Steps to Prevent Breast Cancer by Joseph Keon, Ph.D.
Lymphoma Foundation of America
The Truth About Breast Cancer:
Cornell University: Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk
Cancer Drugs Don't Necessarily Prolong Survival
Drug Sales Bring Huge Profits, and Scrutiny, to Cancer Doctors
Alternative Cancer Treatments
Are Vitamin Supplements A Bad Idea For Cancer Patients
Marianna Cates was weeding her organic garden in New York's Ulster County, the heart of the state's apple-gowing region, when a plane swooped low and dusted her with pesticide. "The plane came so close I could see the pilot's face," she says. "I was coated with white powder."
Cancer, Inc. - Sierra Magazine
They make the chemicals, they run the treatment centers, and they're still looking for "the cure" — no wonder they won't tell you about breast cancer prevention.
The Marketing of Breast Cancer
Breast cancer awareness month and races for cures gloss over the hidden agendas and conflicts of interest in the so-called fight against breast cancer.
Cancer: It's a Growth Industry
An interview with Dr. Samuel Epstein
Cancer - Are Chemicals To Blame?
Cancer may be largely to blame on man made chemicals in our environment, rather than on smoking and diet, the factors that are emphasized by medical experts.
Science, Precaution and Pesticides
Lymphoma is cancer of the white blood cells, and half the people who get it die within 5 years. Those 5 years are likely to be a hellish combination of fear, worry, pain, and sickness caused by standard medical therapies. This is a disease that gives its victims a terrifying roller coaster ride through the valley of death.
What Causes Breast Cancer?
Breast cancer kills 46,000 women in the U.S. each year. On average, each of these women has her life cut short by 20 years, for a total loss of about a million person-years of productive life each year. Of course this huge cost to society is heaped on even greater burdens, the personal anguish and suffering, the motherless children, the shattered families.
Life's Delicate Balance - Causes and Prevention of Breast Cancer and Chemical Exposure and Disease - Diagnostic and Investigative Techniques by Janette D. Sherman, M.D.
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