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American Cancer Society admits conventional cancer treatment causes more cancer

Julie Wilson, December 14, 2015
The more radiation therapy you receive, the more likely it is you'll develop a second cancer caused by that radiation, according to a document[PDF] released by the American Cancer Society, which admits that certain organs such as the breast and thyroid are more prone to developing a second cancer.

10 cancer symptoms men should not ignore

<strong><h5><p>Craig Cooper, October 8, 2015
Men may think they’re tougher than women, but they’re not, especially when it comes to cancer. Men are at a greater risk of developing and dying from cancer than are women.
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American Cancer Society, Komen Foundation deny link between bras and breast cancer


Would you believe that two of the nation's most prominent cancer organizations are completely disinterested in a common wardrobe practice that studies suggest could be a leading cause of breast cancer in women? Wearing bras, says the book Dressed To Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras, appears to be a common trigger of this harrowing disease, yet the American Cancer Society (ACS) and the Susan G. Komen Foundation continue to deny any link between the two.

In Mammogram Debate, Politics Trounces Science

The featured three-part article in Bloomberg News1, 2, 3 delves into the questionable practices supporting conventional breast cancer screening and takes a swipe at the politics connected with mammography, exposing much of what the mainstream media has avoided thus far.

American Cancer Society mired in dishonesty and failure, new book charges

The American Cancer Society is a dishonest, corrupt organization that willingly ignores many true causes of cancer while rolling in donated cash, claims a prominent cancer researcher.

Dental X-rays can double brain tumor risk, study finds

Dental X-rays could double the risk for the most common brain tumor, according to a study released Tuesday from scientists and doctors at Yale, Harvard and other prestigious institutions published in Cancer, a scientific journal of the American Cancer Society.