Take Caution When Your Doctor Suggests Regular Mammograms

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Mammograms Cause Breast Cancer (video) | The Truth About Cancer

According to you, which influence is more likely to cause breast cancer: chemicals such as BPA, phthalates, and pesticides or tests such as X-rays, CT scans and even mammograms?

The answer may surprise you!

Namely, a great deal of scientific evidence suggests that the human immune system is designed to eliminate cancer and it is our best cancer weapon.

On the other hand, when you implement caustic medical interventions (such as radiation and chemotherapy) that damage your immune system, you are destroying your body’s best chances for healing.

Unfortunately, mammograms tend to increase the likelihood that women will undertake medical procedures that interfere with this natural healing ability.

Scientists examine the effects of mammogram radiation, and its toxic effects are finally being acknowledged as a significant factor in the development of breast cancer.

Several recent studies have clearly shown that breast cancer screenings may be causing women more harm than good, especially during the early years after they start screening. Mammograms use ionizing radiation at a relatively high dose, which can contribute to the mutations that can lead to breast cancer.

Moreover, women are seriously harmed by the surgeries, such as lumpectomies and mastectomies, and other (often unnecessary) interventions. And this does not end here.

Dr. Ben Johnson, the author of the book The Secret of Health Breast Wisdom states the same things. Namely, he believes that mammograms in fact cause breast cancer, so they are far from beneficial. Although all doctors recommend this procedure in the case of breast cancer, he claims that it will simply increase the risk of death.

When you take a mammogram test according to the doctor your risk of cancer rises by 4%.

The reason for this according to Dr. Ben Johnson is that the radiation used in testing these women for cancer is actually a cancer-causing radiation.

The sad thing about this test is that I more than half the women that are subjected to it do not get their cancer detected, so it’s not an entirely competent way of checking for cancer and worse still it gives cancer.

The doctor suggests that if a lump is noticed then it will be ideal to have an ultrasound done.just like mammograms, ultrasound is a test of anatomy.

You can also use a thermography it is safe as it does not cause cancer in women. It acts like a sensor to detect defective portions of a woman’s breasts.

The fear is that the mammograms actually instigate dormant cancer cells to be active and also to spread rapidly.

While early detection helps to save lives it’s advisable that you do not believe that using mammograms will save your life but rather worsen an already bad situation.

So next time your doctor tells you to take a mammogram you need to question him.

Read the complete video transcript of the interview with Dr. Johnson and you will definitely never do a mammogram!

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