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The Reason Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer

The New York Times recently published an article by a physics author titled, "Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer".  It was basically a fatalistic biopsy of cancer and why it's killing more people, but it never even touches on why everyone seems to have cancer.  That question is easy to answer:

The reason everyone seems to have cancer
 is because the percentage of people being diagnosed with cancer
has been increasing for decades.

 As the population increases it is normal for the actual number of people diagnosed with cancer to also increase.  But the percentage of people diagnosed with cancer has also increased, to epidemic numbers.  Nearly 1,600 deaths & 4,600 new diagnosis every day in the U.S.!

The cancer industry feeds the media the familiar mantra: "cancer deaths are being reduced every year."  They rarely report the other changes; the steady increases in cancer diagnosis, especially in children.

Half of all men and 1/3 of all women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their life.  And no matter how encouraging 'reduced death rates' sounds, keep in mind that cancer treatment, chemotherapy & radiation, cause cancer and numerous other serious health problems.  There is no 'cure'.

According to recent National Cancer Institute estimates:

U.S. New Cancer Diagnosis in 2013 = 1,660,290
138,357 adults every month 
31,953 every week 
4,565 every day 
190 every hour 
3 adults every minute

U.S. Cancer Deaths in 2013 = 580,350 
48,36 adults every month 
11,169 every week 
1,596 every day 
66 every hour 
1 adult every minute

Cancer prevention starts NOW!  
Don't wait until you or your loved one 
are a number on a chart.

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