The Dark Side of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is the National Breast Cancer Awareness month in the U.S., and October 21 is National Mammography Day.

Zeneca Group plc., a pharmaceutical subsidiary of Imperial Chemical Industries and manufacturer of the blockbuster breast cancer drugs Arimidex and Tamoxifen, founded the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985 in order to promote the widespread adoption of x-ray mammography (and the sale of their products).1

While the increase in routine screenings has resulted in soaring breast cancer diagnoses, rates of invasive breast cancer have actually INCREASED in certain populations.2

Shocking Statistic: False Alarms May Be as High as 40 Percent!

A study and editorial published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicated that x-ray mammography screening may “save” only 1 person for every 2,500 screened.

Among the 2,500 screened at least 1,000 will have a false alarm, 500 would undergo an unnecessary biopsy, and 5 or more would become treated for abnormal finds that would never become fatal, i.e. their lives will be shortened due to medication/surgical/stress-induced adverse effects.

Given these findings X-ray mammography may be far more effective at generating increased numbers of breast cancer diagnoses than in “preventing” malignancy and mortality associated with the disease. To the contrary, a growing body of clinical evidence indicates that the “low energy” x-rays used in breast screenings are up to 500% more carcinogenic than previously assumed and upon which current radiation risk models that favor mass breast screenings with ionizing diagnostic technologies find justification.

The success of this highly popularized model of “prevention,” which prevents nothing, is explained when we look deeper into who is behind AstraZeneca, the founding sponsor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

AstraZeneca’s Role in the Cancer Industry

AstraZeneca was in fact a by-product of one of the world’s largest chemical (and carcinogen) producers, Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI). Before being acquired by AkzoNobel in 2008, ICI produced millions of pounds annually of known mammary carcinogens such as vinyl chloride. ICI demerged its pharmaceutical bioscience businesses in 1993 to form Zeneca Group plc., which later merged with Astra AB to form AstraZeneca in 1999.

AstraZeneca’s best-selling cancer drug Tamoxifen is actually classified by the World Health Organization as a carcinogen. (To view toxicological data on this chemical visit our Problem Substances Database page on Tamoxifen). Presently all campaign ads and promotional events that are run by the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month foundation (which operates year round) must be “approved,” i.e. “pink-washed,” by AstraZeneca before being released for public consumption.

Other experts and organizations have pointed out this glaring conflict of interest:

“A decade-old multi-million dollar deal between National Breast Cancer Awareness Month sponsors and Imperical Chemical Industries (ICI) has produced reckless misinformation on breast cancer,” ~ Dr. Samuel Epstein [a leading international authority on cancer-causing effects of environmental pollutants.]

“Imperial Chemical Industries has supported the cancer establishment’s blame-the-victim attitude toward the causes of breast and other cancers. This theory attributes escalating cancer rates to heredity and faulty lifestyle, rather than avoidable exposures to industrial carcinogens contaminating air, water, food, consumer products, and the workplace.”

~ Cancer Prevention Coalition

Prevention as Watchful Profiteering

Sadly, Breast Cancer Awareness Month has not become a time of increasing awareness of the preventable causes of breast cancer and has instead fed the breast cancer industry’s insatiable need to raise money for research into a pharmaceutical cure, and to promote its primary means of “prevention”: early detection via x-ray mammography.

On first account, a pharmaceutical “cure” is as unlikely as it is oxymoronic. Drugs do not cure disease any more than bullets cure war. Beneath modern medicine’s showy display of diagnostic contraptions, heroic “life-saving” procedures, and an armory of exotic drugs of strange origin and power, it is the body’s ability to heal itself – beneath the pomp and circumstance – that is truly responsible for medicine’s apparent successes. Too often, in spite of what medicine does to “treat” or “save” the body, it is the body which, while against invasive chemical and surgical medical interventions, silently treats and saves itself.

If it were not for the body’s truly miraculous self-healing abilities, and the ceaseless self-correction process that occurs each and every moment within each and every cell, our bodies would perish within a matter of minutes. The mystery is not in how our body succumbs to cancer; rather the mystery is in how, after years and even decades of chemical exposure and nutrient deprivation our bodies prevail against cancer for so long.

Sayer Ji of GreenMedInfo.com

https://go.thetruthaboutcancer.com/?a_aid=550327a3e469f

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  1. #1 by Valarie Matusz on November 4, 2015 - 12:45 pm

    Dr. Jeff – As I don’t have Twitter or Facebook, hope this comment, actually a question, reaches you. We just had DTE install the “smart meters” in our area. What do you or Dr. Tent recommend as a means to help with the adverse electromagnetic fields surrounding our homes now. Also, there’s a company called EarthCalm that sells products to deter electromagnetic problems inside the home. Do you feel this company has plausible products or just attempting to make money.

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    • #2 by Diverse Health Services on November 4, 2015 - 1:47 pm

      http://www.earthing.com/
      Hard to get around the new smart meters as most will be fined if you choose to have it removed. Check the above website for some great options on top of the Q-Links that we use at the office.

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