Category Archives: Cancer

Addresses the main subject matter of this web-site – CANCER.

Jimmy Carter: “Medical Marijuana Cured My Cancer”

carter_victoryOriginally published on March 20, 2016 – While speaking to ABC News about the remission of his cancer, former President Jimmy Carter credited marijuana for killing of his cancer cells.

The Nobel winner thanked his doctors and family for their support through his brain cancer ordeal. He also thanked Terrance ‘Scooby’ Williams of Dr. Green’s Greenery, a pot dispensary in Oakland, CA, for helping him find the right strain of cannabis.

Carter told his medicinal regiment to Sawyer, “I smoke two joints in the morning, I smoke two joints at night, I smoke two joint in the afternoon, and it makes me feel all right.
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Chemotherapy May Sometimes Reactivate Dormant Cancer Cells

Scientists are looking into why dormant breast cancer cells sometimes reactivate. Roberto Jimenez/Getty Images

* Breast cancer is a common type of cancer. After treatment with chemotherapy, there is the risk for some cancer cells to become dormant and then become active later.

* A recent study found that a particular chemotherapy treatment affects surrounding tissues and that this interaction further induces the reactivation of cancer cells.

* Further research is needed to understand the effects of these findings in the clinical treatment of breast cancer.
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William Donald Kelley, D.D.S., M.S.: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

…but what you will read below – will NOT be the end of today’s story, so stay with us until the end – for it may ONLY be – the Beginning!

      Jeffrey Bennett – Editor and Publisher

On my May 7, 2014 global broadcast, “To Health With You!”, I was privileged to share with my audience, a complete lecture that Kelley had delivered in New York City – and it opened my eyes to a side I had never witnessed of Dr. Kelley – what appeared to be not only a dedicated man (something which I had never doubted in the years I knew and worked with him), but a man with a sense of humor – and at that time – much more than a twinkle in his eye.

All of this was before the death of Steve McQueen – before the studies of Kelley’s work and counselee filed by a man who would one day become a student of Kelley – and ultimately become well known for his own involvement in that which he would soon learn – Nicholas Gonzalez (under the guidance of Dr. Robert Good) – before the attacks on Kelley by representative “entertainers” of the mainstream media – before multiple attacks on him by various factions of both state and federal governments – and before the attempts on his life – all of which drove this tireless champion of TRUTH underground for some years – sometimes in Pennsylvania – other times in Washington state – and still other times – well who really knows where. Continue reading

Cancer cases in under-50s worldwide up nearly 80% in three decades

An MRI scan for lung cancer. The researchers say poor diets, alcohol and tobacco use, physical inactivity and obesity are likely to be among the factors in the rise. Photograph: da-kuk/Getty Images

More than a million under-50s a year dying of cancer and figure projected to rise by another 21% by 2030

The number of under-50s worldwide being diagnosed with cancer has risen by nearly 80% in three decades, according to the largest study of its kind.

Global cases of early onset cancer increased from 1.82 million in 1990 to 3.26 million in 2019, while cancer deaths of adults in their 40s, 30s or younger grew by 27%. More than a million under-50s a year are now dying of cancer, the research reveals. Continue reading

Useless‘ Organ That Doctors Often Remove May Actually Fight Cancer

There’s a small fatty gland that sits behind your sternum and is often said to be ‘useless’ in adulthood.

A recent retrospective study, however, suggests the thymus gland is not nearly as expendable as experts once thought.

US researchers found that those who get their thymus removed face an increased risk of death from any cause later in life.

They also face an increased risk of developing cancer. Continue reading

YouTube Amps Up “Medical Misinformation” Policy

Now You Can’t Talk About Alternative Cancer Treatments or PREVENTION of ANY Disease

YouTube: Robot-Eye, Evil-Spy

The Google-owned YouTube video platform is changing the rules again to now prohibit the sharing of information about alternative cancer remedies, which the tech giant says constitute “medical misinformation.”

In a “long term vision” notice on its official blog, YouTube’s Dr. Garth Graham, the Director and Global Head of Healthcare and Public Health Partnership, along with Matt Halprin, the Vice President and Global Head of Trust and Safety, explain how “removing cancer misinformation” is now a top priority alongside removing all contrary information about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). Continue reading

What Does It Mean to Have Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer?

When cancer that first formed in the pancreas spreads to other parts of the body, doctors classify it as stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

The pancreas is an organ that supports the digestive system and helps the body regulate blood sugar. Pancreatic cancer accounts for around 3% of cancers in the United States.

Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect early because the pancreas is located deep within the body. People usually have no symptoms until a tumor has become very large or the cancer has spread to other organs.

According to research from 2015, about 53% of people with pancreatic cancer receive a diagnosis when the cancer is in  . Continue reading

What to Know About Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer develops when uncontrolled cell growth begins in a part of the pancreas. Symptoms include jaundice and pain located in the abdomen or back, but these might not appear until the later stages.

The pancreas is located behind the stomach in the back of the abdomen, near the gallbladder. It contains glands that create hormones, including insulin, and enzymes.

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), around 3% of all cancers in the United States are pancreatic cancers. In 2021, the ACS expects around 60,430 people to receive a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

In this article, learn more about the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer, as well as the causes, treatment options, and outlook. Continue reading

The Seven Factors That Raise Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer if You’re Under 50

…and THESE are the hotspots for the disease

Scientists have revealed the seven factors that put young men at a higher risk of colon cancer – as experts scramble to find what’s causing a surge in the disease.

Once seen as a disease of the elderly, there has been a mysterious doubling in colon cancer cases among young adults in recent years.

Researchers from Indiana University analyzed medical records of 3,000 men aged 35 to 49 years old — a fifth of whom were diagnosed with colon cancer.

The study, published recently in the journal Cancer Prevention Research, looked at the electronic health records of men from veteran medical centers and databases. Continue reading

Cancers and other diseases are “rapidly developing” among people vaccinated against COVID-19

There are many recorded cases of vaccine injuries and vaccine deaths during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. An oncologist in the U.K. has written an open letter to the editor-in-chief of the medical journal The BMJ to warn about the harmful effects of coronavirus vaccines that must be “aired and debated immediately,” especially since cancers and other diseases are quickly progressing among vaccinated people. Continue reading

Fears of a Ticking Cancer Timebomb

Study shows hundreds of thousands of Americans missed out on a diagnosis during Covid – when hospitals prioritized virus and lockdowns left patients too scared to come forward

The US is facing a cancer timebomb because hundreds of thousands of patients missed out on a diagnosis during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A new analysis shows rates of new cancer patients fell by around 15 percent in 2020 compared to 2019, the equivalent of around 125,000 fewer diagnoses.

However, the true number of missed cancers could be even higher, possibly by hundreds of thousands, based on the recent increasing trends of diagnoses. Continue reading

Daily Chores Which Make You Huff and Puff for Just Four MINUTES Might Slash Your Risk of Cancer

Short bursts of daily activity that make you huff and puff — such as playing high-energy games with children — could reduce the risk of cancer, research suggests.

According to the study, a total of just four-and-a-half minutes of vigorous activity — done in bursts of around one minute each – during daily tasks could reduce the overall risk of cancer by 18 per cent, and the risk of some cancers linked to physical activity by up to 32 per cent.

Other activities could include vigorous housework, carrying heavy shopping around the supermarket, or bursts of power walking. Continue reading

Certain Diets Can Starve Cancer Cells

Cancer likes glucose. So take it away…

Cancer is the target of some of the most advanced treatments in medicine’s arsenal. Proton therapy bombards tumors with targeted streams of positively charged particles. Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (engineered white blood cells) penetrate into tumors and destroy cancer cells. CAR T-cell therapy sends reprogrammed T-cells to hunt down out-of-control cells.

Oddly, however, clinicians often neglect a simpler way to potentially fight cancer, one that can be used in tandem with other therapies: FOOD.
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Cancer is Exploding because of CV19 Vax

                                      Dr. Betsy Eads

Dr. Betsy Eads has been warning for more than a year about extreme disease and death coming because of the CV19 bioweapon/vax. Dr. Eads has been punished by the medical community for being a CV19 vax truth warrior. Everything she predicted has happened, and it is guaranteed to get worse—much worse. Using fresh data just on breast cancers alone posted by the American Cancer Society on, Dr. Eads explains, “From in the year 2019, for those women under 45 years old (with breast cancer), it was 26,660. It 2020, it was 26,500. In 2021 when the CV19 vax rolled out, it was 26,561. . . . Cancer was not seen in the initial rollout because it took some time for the spike protein delivery. Continue reading

Man, 57, had a bump on his neck for months. It was a sign of stage 4 cancer due to HPV

Gleen Moog and his wife.Courtesy Glenn Moog

Since being diagnosed and recovering from HPV tongue cancer, Glenn Moog wants others to know about how the HPV vaccine can protect others from cancer.

After having chronic sinus problems, Glenn Moog noticed a little bump on his neck. He thought his lymph nodes had become swollen. About five months after noticing it, he visited his doctor.

“She felt it and said, ‘Now, I don’t like the way this feels. You need to get a scan right away,’” Moog, 57, of Columbus, Ohio tells “Within 24 hours, they told me I had stage 4 cancer.”

HPV, the human papilloma virus, caused the cancer on base of Moog’s tongue. A lump in the neck due to a swollen lymph node that slowly gets bigger is a common symptom of cancers in the mouth, according to Cancer Research U.K.

Doctors have been seeing an increase in head and neck cancers from HPV, and that’s why Moog is sharing his story. Continue reading