Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Should Women Choose a Breast Mastectomy Over Holistic and Natural Healing?

Dec. 14, 2016

Dear Cathy: 

My cousin choose to have a mastectomy after she and her sister both came down with cancer. However, her sister chose to go the natural route with holistic healing. Could genetics have played a role in both of them coming down with breast cancer? Breast Cancer, Mississippi

Dear Breast Cancer:

I believe eating toxic diets, living in toxic environments and having a weak immune system are the big reasons women come down with breast cancer in the first place. 

So cleaning up your diet and environment, which will boost your immune system, should be first options versus a mastectomy, especially if you are in an early stage of the disease.

Having any type of surgery should never be a first choice. There could be complications from any type of surgery, especially when you are put to sleep.

Mastectomy is surgery to remove all breast tissue from a breast as a way to treat or prevent breast cancer. For those with early-stage breast cancer, mastectomy may be one treatment option.

Breast-conserving surgery (lumpectomy), in which only the tumor is removed from the breast, may be another option but how great are genetic factors.

Genetic factors by themselves probably account for only a very small fraction of cancers. Less than 10% of cancer in humans is attributable to genetics.

Genetic factors do have an important influence on an individual’s chance of developing cancer when combined with outside factors (your diet, your environment, and your mmune system).

So if someone in a family ate the same toxic diet, lived in the same toxic environment and also had a weak immune system, then their chances of coming down with cancer would be greater.
These factors are either voluntary (such as cigarette smoking, diet, and sexual behavior) or involuntary (such as breathing polluted air or drinking contaminated water).

Even those with genetic markers indicating a high probability for developing cancer, often do not get the disease. 

If cancer is prevalent in someone’s immediate family or if gene testing indicates the likelihood of cancer occurring, then for them preventing cancer should be paramount. 

Even so, preventing cancer needs to be a goal for everyone so it's important to eat a good, natural and holistic diet, use only natural cleaning body and cleaning products, which will boost your immune system.

To learn more about cancer and especially to heal yourself naturally, read my book “Cancer Cures: Heal Your Body and Save Your Life” available as an e-book and paperback at

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