I Won’t Donate to a Cure for Cancer

Tracy Kolenchuk, Guest Writer
Waking Times

I often see people asking for money to ‘cure cancer’.

Well meaning people, working hard to save lives. In many cases they have lost family members or friends to cancers that appear out of nowhere  – ‘she was perfectly healthy until last week she was diagnosed with cancer‘. Sometimes, they are supported by people who have ‘survived’ cancer, sometimes more than once.  I have lost friends and family members to cancer.I don’t believe in a cure for cancer. We all live with cancerous cells.  There are many different types of cancerous cells, but most of them are not dangerous to a healthy person. Our bodies, our immune and healing systems normally encounter cancerous cells – and dispose of them, automatically healing our cancers.  If your health level drops so low that we cannot heal our occasional cancer cells – they multiply slowly.  It can take ten years or more for a cancer cell to develop into a tumor that can be detected.By the time a tumor, or a cancerous mass is finally detected, and the medical system steps into action, the unhealthiness has continued for many years.  It may be too late to cure the cancer with health. Serious medical actions are required, and often, time is of the essence. At this point the ‘cure’ is not healing, it is more likely ‘cutting’ important body organs, killing many healthy cells with chemicals and radiation, in an attempt to stop the cancer.  Treatments for cancer typically halt the normal healing processes and lower the health of the patient.

  • But that’s not all. Much of the medical system’s cancer research is flawed, or bogus, or dependent on prior research that is also flawed or bogus as Dr. Mercola reports in a “New Discovery shakes the Foundation of Cancer Research“. Mercola advises against giving to cancer research and has complained in the past that there is little or no reporting of where the funds go – other than to pay people like the executives of the America Cancer Society.

    Mercola then offers 12 tips for cancer prevention.  These tips are basically tips to improve your health.  If you maintain your health – you are much less likely to develop cancer.

    Why don’t we know this?  Because we don’t know health. We live under the mistaken impression that we are healthy if we exercise, and eat a reasonably healthy diet – most of the time.  We think that we are healthy if we are ‘not sick’.  We live in a society where ‘healthy people’  are suddenly diagnosed with cancers – but never diagnosed as unhealthy.  We have no scientific measurements of the many dimensions of health – so we cannot accurately measure health, nor unhealthiness. The hierarchy of health is hardly known, much less understood.

    Health is not measured. Health has many dimensions.  It is possible, common, to be healthy in many dimensions – and unhealthy in a few. How can you tell?

    I don’t know how healthy I am.  Do you?

    Mercola’s tips are useful – but they make no attempt to measure how healthy you are.

    We need research into health and healthiness.  People who have developed serious cancers need to be treated.  But we will prevent more cancers, and save more lives when we can detect and prevent the unhealthiness that causes cancer.  I believe we cannot ‘prevent cancer’ – but we can work to prevent unhealthiness, and most common cancers will not gain a foothold in a healthy body.

    To prevent unhealthiness, we need to fight for our health freedoms. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of healthiness.

    Yours in health,

    This article was originally featured at Personal Health Freedom, the excellent blog of Tracy Kolenchuk.  Please also follow Tracy on Facebook. 

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