|Co-factors in cancer
This is not a complete list. We have given you some starting
points intended to spur your own inquiries into successfully curing cancer.
(Webster) A malignant and invasive growth or tumor, esp. one originating in
epithelium, tending to recur after excision and to metastasize to other sites; any disease
characterized by such growths
(American Heritage) Any of various malignant neoplasms characterized by the proliferation
of anaplastic cells that tend to invade surrounding tissue and metastasize to new body
sites; the pathological condition characterized by such growths
The National Cancer Institute lists over 200 types of cancer. According to the
CDC, it is the second leading cause of death in America.
Co-factors -- some factors that cause us to be susceptible to cancer or unable to prevent
- Viral oncogenes, other DNA codes,
and DNA damage
- Immune dysfunctions,
especially when the immune system is too weak to destroy the cancer and carry away its
- Allergic reaction to cancer
- Exposure to environmental factors and toxins
- Dietary factors (protective and harmful)
- Organ problems, including inability to
accept transplanted organs
In addition, the people we know who have been successful at curing cancer maintained
the highest level of inquisitiveness, persistence, and determination, even in the face of
Some lessons that are relevant to curing cancer:
Other than addressing cancer specifically by removing it from each body, the main
action is the Basic All-Body Removal.
Additional lessons and actions to test through -- some or all of these might be
specific for you:
Hear others curing cancer in the Cure Show.