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A new chance for cancer patients or a lifetime dependence on expensive medicines?

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Cancer is a "rebellious" cell, with a changed genotype that has slipped out of the body's control. The long-term weakened immune system, whose task is to "invent" and destroy such cells, loses this ability and allows them to grow. This is obviously a simplified definition of neoplastic disease. At least this is the process defined by contemporary authorities in the field of oncology.

Specialists discuss how to deal with cancer, but not how to advice on cancer prevention that protects people from getting sick. The only forms of "prophylaxis" currently used are studies detecting early stage of cancer development. However, it is a diagnostic prevention, not a protective one.

For all oncologists it is clear that the destabilization or permanent weakening of the immune system and, consequently, the rapid increase in number of cancer patients, is mainly caused by a set of factors that we commonly refer to as a "toxic environment and lifestyle". Among other things, it concerns the toxicity of the air we breathe, the thickening electromagnetic smog, toxic food and water, and finally the constant stress and tension in which we live.

Healthy logic says that in order to save ourselves, we should prohibit the production of highly processed food. We should prohibit the addition of chemistry to it and sterilization of foods. It would, however, result in the collapse of large corporations that could no longer produce food on a massive scale and transport it over long distances. Small local producers would return to favour. We should also eliminate harmful industry and technologies. We should change our lifestyle, etc.

What would happen then?

It is impossible to reset our civilization. We need to look for other ways.


The globalists, who have promoted globalization for decades, would fall . Our civilization would simply break down. We all know that no one would allow it.

We found ourselves trapped in our own imaginations and desires. A deadly trap, when it turns out that soon every third European will have cancer or become cancer patient before his 35 years of age.

Our instincts of self-preservation should tell us that we must look for ways to protect ourselves from the diseases that plague us today and also against cancer. If we can not avoid the ubiquitous toxicity and the tensions and stress that accompany us, then we should at least seriously think about their maximum limitation, taking as part of the prevention of health: mitigation, cleansing and strengthening our body. All necessary actions strengthening our immune system. By doing so we probably will not eliminate the problem, but many can prolong their life or even save it.

The same healthy logic says that it is not wise to worry about diseases when we are already ill, although this is understandable. Statistics clearly show that we should take care of ourselves right now, before illness comes to us. It costs money? Often yes, but our choice in this situation is only when and for what we spend our money.

In the meantime, oncology is getting better. Diagnostic methods are being improved and new methods of combating cancer are being invented. Is the progress of medicine our hope?

It turns out that although medicine does not help us to protect ourselves against cancer by, for example, creating methods and supplements that regulate, support and strengthen our immune system, it is intensively working on new methods of cancer treatment, based on this - incidentally already damaged - the immune system. They call this a new opportunity in the field of oncology - immuno-oncology.

Is immunotherapy a chance for us?

On May 4, 2018, Polish Newspaper "Gazeta Wyborcza" published an article on its website under the very catchy title "Chance for cancer patients - immunotherapy".

Already at the very beginning of this article, a very significant sentence is written that "the immune system is able to effectively fight against the malignant cells attacking our organism, we just need to mobilize it".

Please pay attention to the word "effectively". The message is clear - our immune system is able to fight cancer effectively. It needs only strong mobilization. Immuno-oncology offers us such support in mobilizing the immune system, but only after the onset of the disease and not before it happens!

The above-mentioned article is the publication of a conversation with Professor Piotr Rutkowski - head of the Tissue Cancer Clinic, Bone and Melanomas in the Center of Oncology, Institute of Maria Skłodowska-Curie; chairman of the Scientific Council of the Melanoma Academy (the scientific section of the Polish Society of Oncological Surgery) and the president of the Polish Society of Oncological Surgery.

The titles speak for themselves. Professor Rutkowski is undoubtedly a medical authority in the field of oncology. So if the professor Rutkowski claims that the strong mobilization of our immune system turns out to be our greatest opportunity to fight cancer, it must be so!

The professor's words are confirmed by specialists from the portal, writing:

"Cancer immunotherapy is an important trend in oncology, which plays an increasingly important role in modern medicine." During the conference of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) it was announced that oncologic immunotherapy will dominate cancer treatment and after 2020 can be used to treat even every second cancer. In February 2016, ASCO recognized cancer immunotherapy as the biggest achievement in oncology last year. "

If we read about it further everything becomes simple and clear:

"Undoubted advantages of cancer immunotherapy include low invasiveness and low harmfulness for the patient, because it is precisely directed to the tumor focus and does not damage adjacent healthy tissues and organs. it directs therapeutic factors to disease-modified places According to experts, modern oncology has gained a new weapon in the fight against cancer. "

So we should breathe a sigh of relief?