Are Mammograms Causing More Breast Cancer? – Discussion
We have several articles on mammograms on this website, and here is another one by Mike Adams. There are some points in this article which may be controversial, for example, that the cancer industry is deliberately using mammograms to cause more cancers, in order to boost its own business and profits.
You may or may not agree with everything discussed, but the gist of the message is roughly the same — mammograms come with a great danger in terms of raising breast cancer risk, and this is something which most doctors and the media do not usually talk about, at least not often and not loud enough. The key point here, is there net benefit or loss? — a procedure may save some lives, but overall, does it do more good or cause more harm?
For a much better alternative to mammography, consider thermograms.
Cancer industry desperately needs mammogram screenings to recruit patients and generate repeat business
by Mike Adams
Any time you threaten to take away repeat customer from the businesses that make up the cancer industry, you’re in for a political fight. After the United States Preventive Services Task Force released new recommendations advising against mammograms for women under 50 (and recommending only bi-annual screenings after that), the cancer industry went berserk.
Mammograms, you see, are the bread and butter of the for-profit cancer industry. They serve two very important purposes:
Purpose #1: RECRUIT patients. Mammograms are a clever tool for recruiting patients into a highly-profitable regimen of chemotherapy drugs, radiation and surgery that, nine times out of ten, isn’t even medically justified. How’s that? Because the detection technology behind mammograms is now so advanced it can detect tiny tumors present in virtually everyone, whether they’re dangerous or not. This has lead to a huge increase in “false positives” and dangerous over-treatment of cancers that would be better off just left alone (or treated with anti-cancer nutrients and superfoods).
But mammograms are a great way to scare women into unnecessary cancer treatments. So they’re pure genius when it comes to recruiting new patients using the fear tactics the cancer industry has come to rely on.
Purpose #2: CAUSE more cancer. The second purpose of mammograms is to cause cancer by exposing women’s breasts (and heart tissues) to ionizing radiation. When subjected to repeated exposure of such radiation, the human body will undergo DNA mutations and inevitably be afflicted with cancer. This is how the cancer industry can make predictions like “one out of every three women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime…” — they know this to be true because they are the ones causing the cancer in the first place!
If you took your car to a mechanic to have the oil changed, and that mechanic poured corrosive bits of metal into your car’s engine that caused long-term engine damage, would you continue to take your car to that same mechanic year after year? And if so, would you PAY that mechanic to repair the damage he actually caused?
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