A client sent this blog posting by GreenSmoothieGirl (Thank you, Judy!) and in it you will find excellent information about breast cancer prevention, differences in imaging modalities including thermography and a good explanation of the ramifications that occur during breast cancer over-diagnosis. Kudos to Robyn Openshaw, MSW for her research and dedication to improving our quality of life. Robyn, may you always have a radiant body!
6 Things Every Woman Should Know About Breast Cancer
by Robyn Openshaw, MSW
I’m a cancer researcher and have been all over the world learning about what works outside of chemo/radiation and why there’s such a chokehold on the cancer industry so that anything outside of “cutting, burning, and poisoning” isn’t considered the norm. I’ve met many, many cancer patients choosing “Standard of Care,” and many others opting out of it for other treatments or trying to recover from the devastating effects of surgery, chemo, and radiation.
Let’s start with the good news. 80 percent of breast lumps are NOT cancerous. In this post, I’m going to share quite a few things that 99 percent of women don’t know about how to avoid breast cancer and how to put it in perspective and not live in mortal fear of it. Everything I’m sharing is backed by research, is easy and painless, and your oncologist isn’t likely to tell you about any of them. Continue reading on Robyn’s site by clicking here….