Category Archives: Breast Cancer

Soy Isn’t A healthy Food And It Can Seriously Damage Your Health

If you were to carefully review the thousands of studies published on soy, I strongly believe you would reach the same conclusion as I have—which is, the risks of consuming unfermented soy products FAR outweigh any possible benefits. Notice I said unfermented soy products. For centuries, Asian people have been consuming fermented soy products such as natto, tempeh, and soy sauce, and enjoying the health benefits. Fermented soy does not wreak havoc on your body like unfermented soy products do.

World Breaktrough: Scientists in Amsterdam Just Destroyed Breast Cancer Tumors in 11 Days Without Chemo

Research presented by Professor Nigel Bundred at the European Breast Cancer Conference in Amsterdam revealed that they had tested the effectiveness of a pair of drugs known as Herceptin (a.k.a trastuzumab) and Lapatinib. The two drugs are commonly used in breast cancer treatment already, but this is the first time they had been combined together and used before surgery and chemotherapy. What they found was they were able to eliminate some types of breast cancer in just 11 days.


Breast cancer is a serious risk every woman faces and we try to do everything we can do lower that risk and avoid this life-threatening disease. However, sometimes unknowingly we harm our own health and we increase the chances of developing breast cancer, among other diseases.

Healthy Living May Offset Genetic Breast Cancer Risk

Women who carry common gene variants linked to breast cancer can still cut their risk of the disease by following a healthy lifestyle, a large new study suggests. In fact, lifestyle might be especially powerful for women at relatively high genetic risk of breast cancer, researchers found. “Those genetic risks are not set in stone,” said senior researcher Nilanjan Chatterjee, a professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.

‘Here’s your f***ing breast cancer awareness’: Woman shows the reality of battling the disease

Fed up with ‘sexy’ breast cancer awareness campaigns like ‘No Bra Day’ and ‘Show Your Strap’, Jenn Alter has shared pictures showing the reality of battling the disease. In a post called ‘Here’s your f*cking breast cancer awareness’ on her Tumblr blog Pushing In the Pin, the 36-year-old from Missouri explains that breast cancer ‘isn’t sexy’.


To anyone with a clear thinking mind, it should be a no-brainer to understand that it is not a good idea to smash your breasts inside a device that will send radioactive waves into the body. However, because we have so many mind-controlled zombies on our planet, women have, for decades now, REPEATEDLY let the medical system irradiate their breasts under the guise of “preventive medicine.”

Why is understanding breast cancer risk important for women?

by Katherine Crew

“As I Lay Dying..” LA Times Writer’s Last Words Will Make You Question Entire Breast Cancer Industry

A former Los Angeles Times staff writer, Laurie Becklund, battled breast cancer since 1996. Earlier this year she knew her time was limited, and as she greeted her last few months, she wrote an opinion piece “As I Lay Dying” about her story. Becklund died Feb. 8 this year. This is what she wanted you to know about breast cancer.

How To Detox Your Armpit From Toxic Deodorants & Help Prevent Breast Cancer

It’s pretty crazy when you think about the fact that, if you’re a male, you have a 50 percent chance of developing cancer in your lifetime, and if you’re a female, you have about a 33 percent chance. These rates are extremely high and are expected to continue climbing, at least in part because we spend so much time trying to find a cure yet so little talking about the cause. We need to start discussing the reasons why cancer rates continue to rise exponentially and what lifestyle changes we can make to combat this disease. (source)

Breast cancer tumours killed in 11 days with ‘staggering’ new therapy

Experts hail findings as ‘astonishing’ and suggest results of trial for one of most aggressive forms of breast cancer could revolutionise future treatment

A new cancer therapy that uses nanotechnology has effectively cured terminal breast cancer in tests on mice.

The “astounding” research has raised hopes of a cure based on the delivery of drugs to vital organs using a technique that bypasses cell defences resistent to treatment.