Avoid mammograms. Switch off birth control drugs...and progestin menopausal drugs, too. Lose your excess fat NOW! Stop holding onto those highly stressful jobs and relationships. Counterintuitive as these may seem, each is among Busting Breast Cancer's Five Simple Steps, documented to effectively prevent breast cancer; each based on new knowledge that cancer is a logical metabolic disease, caused by a woman's choice of lifestyles that suffocate the mitochondria or power batteries in her breast cells. Each Simple Step or lifestyle habit protects the health of your cells' mitochondria and thus reduces your risk of developing breast cancer by 30 to 80 percent!
Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells' shocking new book questions the presumed wisdom of most so-called authorities: American Cancer Society; Susan G. Komen; National Academy of Medicine; National Cancer Institute and mainstream cancer centers. And why wouldn't we question their wisdom? At least 30 percent of US women treated for early-stage breast cancer go on to develop metastatic breast cancer (called recurrent metastatic breast cancer); practically guaranteeing their early death. Physicians must report each of these recurrent metastatic diagnoses to state registries. But you may be surprised to learn the cancer industry and its federal partners keep these numbers hidden. Perhaps they're just too embarrassing to share.
Dr. Wadia-Ells does not pussyfoot around. A journalist with graduate degrees in political economy and women's studies, she aims to change US culture on women's behalf. Reviewing thousands of studies while researching this book, she discovered the 2012 landmark text, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease, by the Boston College geneticist, Thomas N. Seyfried, PhD. Here is found the complete biological explanation of why and how a person's first cancer cell develops. Effective prevention is now possible! Take off the pink ribbons. Stop running for the cure. Have a saliva-based hormone balancing test. Keep your vitamin D3 blood level above 60 ng/ml. Get rid of the carbs. Practice meditation. Stop suffocating your breast cells' "batteries"; your fragile mitochondria. Take charge! Stop that first breast cancer cell before it's ever born.
Busting Breast Cancer also proposes seven political actions US women must take immediately: Demand the FDA allow affordable $30 hormone-free IUDs on the US market; promote the importance of breast self-exams & clinical breast exams; mandate insurance coverage of ultrasound breast screenings and diagnoses without mandating mammography first; mandate annual insurance coverage for all types of early-prevention thermography.
Faced with today's multibillion-dollar mammogram and cancer treatment industries that enjoy too much financial incentive to abandon their harmful procedures, who can change the course of breast cancer prevention and treatment? YOU can! Only women have the self-interest to end this unnecessary breast cancer epidemic. And now, with Busting Breast Cancer, you'll have the knowledge, too.
About the Author
Susan Wadia-Ells is an investigative journalist and cultural change agent. After losing too many friends to recurrent metastatic breast cancer, after having been successfully treated early for breast cancer, they each died a very early and painful death. Busting Breast Cancer is the result of the author's determination and self-imposed poverty, as she spent twelve year researching and writing this definitive work on why US women now face an unnecessary breast cancer epidemic, instigated by pink ribbons and toxic mammograms and crowned by the growing, yet still publicly undisclosed, recurrent metastatic breast cancer epidemic that is reaping increasing profits for cancer industry investors. Dr Wadia-Ells enjoyed a decade-long experience during the 1970s, organizing fellow women employees; then creating and managing the Fortune 200 company's affirmative action plan. She later created national independent conferences on cutting edge feminist topics, raised a son and worked as a reporter for the award-winning small town newspaper, The Brattleboro Reformer. She has also lived and/or worked on cross-cultural communication and development projects in Iran, India, Brazil and Zimbabwe. Dr Wadia-Ells holds a BA degree in political science from Hood College, a MALD degree from The Fletcher School (Tufts University) in political economy and a PhD in Women's Studies from The Union Institute. She has published two prior books on women's adoption experiences and on the biological connection between birth control drugs and breast cancer. She lives in Manchester by the Sea, MA.