Is it Breast Cancer or DCIS?

What if you never had cancer?
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by Neva J. Howell
Portions from AlignLife

JAMA Confirms Massive Mistreatment

Imagine going through radiation, chemotherapy and/or surgery and then finding out you never really had cancer at all. This is the reality for millions, according to a new report from the National Cancer Institute.

Anyone who knows me knows I wouldn’t go the radiation/chemo route for cancer, even if the diagnosis was terminal, because I’ve never seen convincing proof that these methods work at all. Also, I’ve always felt that chemo and radiation patience were, in many cases, being used as medical guinea pigs. I recall watching the tremendous performance of Emma Thompson in a movie called “Wit” and thinking, there is truth in that scenario of doctor’s studying the effects of their drugs and being willing to count human death and suffering as acceptable for furtherance of research.

One example of misdiagnosis in women has to do with the way breast cancer is diagnosed. The article I read mentioned a condition called ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS. Ductal Carcinoma is NOT breast cancer but a pre-malignant state. DCIS should not be called cancer or diagnosed as such yet it has been repeatedly so diagnosed and treated.

The male equivalent of this misdiagnosis and mistreatment involves a condition known as high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia or HGPIN. Like DCIS, HGPIN is a precurser to the development of cancer, and is NOT cancer itself.

I completely and entirely agree with the conclusion of this article on misdiagnosis and mistreatment of cancer, which is that cancer is not something outside of us attacking us, although the level of pollution and toxicity in our food, air and water may certainly help support the imbalance that cancer comes to warn us about. Cancer is a call from within, saying something has gotten out of balance and should be addressed.