I’d like to begin this article with 2 very important statistics:
The chance of an American man developing cancer in his lifetime is 1 in 2.
The chance of an American woman developing cancer in her lifetime is 1 in 3.
Pause and think about that for a moment…
…no really. Think about it.
How did we get here? Is it bad luck that plagues our species? (Interestingly enough, a recent study suggested that the majority of cancer cases are due to bad luck, 1)
To me, that seems just a bit nutty, though I’ll leave it at that for now.
Browsing the scientific literature, it’s apparent that numerous variables are involved in cancer development, including pesticides, asbestos, synthetic chemicals in our food, genetics, cell phone exposure, and weight. The list goes on (2).
Needless to say, many Americans will develop some form of cancer in their lifetime. And many will take action by seeking conventional medical treatment. Fair enough.
This is not a website telling people what they should or should not do regarding their health. I write articles that provide information based on evidence. What people do with this information is up to them.
Having said that, there’s a mushroom that individuals with cancerous conditions may find interesting…
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