The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a first vaccine to treat prostate cancer. The price tag? $93,000.
Of course, this “vaccine”, Provenge, doesn’t actually prevent cancer. It also doesn’t cure cancer. So what does it do?
According to USA Today:
The USA Today article went on to say that,
The above approach to cancer is severely lacking in intelligence so we would have to declare the vaccination approach to prostate cancer ignorant.
The cost, the side
effects and the clear lack of reasonable result (buying a few
months of life) exposes the desperate measures the
medical industrial establishment
will go to preserve its power.
A person’s immune system is truly an amazing sentinel, quickly spotting trouble and doing away with it.
It starts with the skin, which keeps most invaders at bay. It continues with complex cells produced deep in the bone marrow that attack and remember unwanted guests. As effective as it is, the immune system can be overwhelmed by highly specialized enemies such as cancer cells.
But what if we could
harness the power of the immune system? Could it fight more
effectively? Could it beat cancer?
Chemo and radiation
therapies are famous for the immune destructive side effects. Even
surgery can compromise immune system strength especially when
essential physiology is ignored, as it usually is for most surgeons
do not pay any attention to pre and post operative magnesium needs.
80% of our genetic predisposition towards disease can either be activated or held in check by proper diet and lifestyle which have direct implications for ones immune system strength. Every one of us has some cancer cells in our body every day, and our immune system is usually successful in destroying it, so a strong immune system is a key to fighting cancer.
We only notice cancer if
it overwhelms our immune system and grows into a noticeable tumor.
To prevent cancer’s
reoccurrence, one must keep the immune system strong with diet,
lifestyle, some (not excessive) exercise, nutritional
supplementation, and especially, a positive mental attitude.
The crucial first (and best) step:
There are many ways to
skin a cat the old saying goes and many ways to beat cancer but some
are just supremely more intelligent than other ways.
That was nearly twice the improvement of survivors who didn’t do the exercises.
Yoga also cut fatigue by
close to half, and led to an increase in quality of life.