Getting to the Root of the Problem

Cancer incidence is skyrocketing because the medical establishment is not addressing the underlying cause of most cancers. Most research is directed towards highly profitable drugs that target late stages of the disease and greatly enrich drug companies and universities, but simply do not prevent or for the most part cure cancer. The policies and priorities of the cancer establishment are narrowly fixated on damage control—diagnosis and treatment, not prevention.

However, if ever there was an area in which an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, it is cancer. Yet most Doctors ignore the fact that cancer is predominately a man-made disease caused primarily by chronic inflammation from toxic overload.

Like all revolutionary ideas, this challenges conventional belief (dogma) and we often see a knee jerk reaction from those who have an intellectual or financial investment in the status quo which includes berating or belittling us and our method in spite of our track record of success.

Our observations so enrage many zealots that they attempt to engage in ideological warfare without realizing that we are world-class researchers and clinicians.

There are legions who falsely claim that this theory of toxic overload is invalid and maintain their dogmatic ideas. They proudly state that cancer has been around since prehistoric times.

The evidence of prehistoric dinosaur cancer consists of a single fossil — a tumor petrified inside a bone.

Naturwissenschaften, 2003, Nov; 90 (11) pages :495-500
Epidemiologic study of tumors in dinosaurs.
By: Rothschild et al.
“Metastatic cancer was extremely rare, found in only 1 out of 548 (0.2%) Edmontosaurus vertebrae.”

Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Vol. 110, No. 3/4 (Fall, 2007), pp. 155-158. Bone Cancer
Rates in Dinosaurs Compared with Modern Vertebrates
By: Rothschild et al.
“A total of 10,312 vertebrae from 708 individual dinosaurs of varying families were examined, and one such tumor was found. The malignant Edmontosaurus tumor is metastatic cancer of unknown (primary) origin.”

A single tumor…

The next argument is that ancient peoples got cancer and therefore this idea of toxic overload is without merit. Let’s examine the Neanderthals.

Journal of Human Evolution, 1980, Volume 9, Iss. 1, Jan., Pages 15–16, IN3–IN5, 17
Special issue on Paleopathology
Pathological changes in the morphology of the young paleolithic skeletal remains from Stetten (south-west Germany). By: Prof., Dr. Alfred Czarnetzki, Ph.D.
In studies of thousands of bones that represent the fossil record of Neanderthal man in Europe, the Stetten II skull bone from Stetten, Germany, (c.35,000 years bp) provides the only example of a lesion (new bone formation) that might be related to a neoplasm — possibly a meningioma.

The “only example”…..

Let’s move forward in time to see how the disease progressed because tumors sometimes occured and were seen in ancient mummies. What is not mentoned however is how RARE an occurence cancer was!

Nature Reviews Cancer 10, 728-733 (October 2010) | doi:10.1038/nrc2914
Cancer: an old disease, a new disease or something in between?
By: A. Rosalie David & Michael R. Zimmerman
“a chronological assessment of the occurrence of cancer in early fossil, animal and human remains demonstrates the rarity of malignancies in antiquity…How old is cancer? Evidence of cancer in animal fossils, non-human primates and early humans is scarce. Scientific literature has provided a few dozen, mostly disputed, examples in animal fossils.”

Journal of Paleopathology, 1998, VOL. 10 (3) pages 101-109
Survey and analysis of malignant tumours of past populations in England and Scotland. By: Prof., Dr. Eugen Strouhal, M.D., Ph.D., DrSc.
Dr. Strouhal tabulated a total of only 176 examples of skeletal malignancies, primarily metastatic, in the archaeological record.
“A comparison of the distribution of the cases of malignant tumours…increase in frequency after the birth of Christ…This increase was probably due to increasing amounts of carcinogenic agents.”

Journal of Paleopathology, 1997, VOL. 9 (2) pages 107-114
Cancer in Ancient Egypt, By: Spigelman & Bentley
“…of the tens of thousands of mummies and bodies examined, only 44 cases of neoplasms of bones and soft tissues appear in ancient Egypt.”

PLoS One. 2014; 9(3): e90924.
On the Antiquity of Cancer: Evidence for Metastatic Carcinoma in a Young Man from Ancient Nubia (c. 1200BC) By: Binder et al.
“Cancer, one of the world’s leading causes of death today, remains almost absent relative to other pathological conditions, in the archaeological record, giving rise to the conclusion that the disease is mainly a product of modern living…To date, only around 200 skeletons and mummified individuals from around the world have been reported with different primary and secondary malignancies.”

So from the tens of thousands of remains from antiquity that have been analyzed, all we have is 200 or so incidents of cancer?! This demonstrates how extremely rare up until recent times cancer was, when pollution and poor diet became such significant issues. It must also be remembered that, in modern populations, tumours arising in bone primarily affect the young, so a similar pattern would be expected in ancient populations.

Yet it is noticeably absent…

Therefore, let’s look at the turn of the last century. Cancer statistics point to the subsequent advancements of industry, cigarettes, a chemically toxic environment and over-processed foods as cancer’s predominant root causes.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 54 (1893), pp. 209-242
On the Alleged Increase of Cancer, By: George King and Arthur Newsholme
“During the last few years the minds of medical men and of the general public have been exercised over the rapid and striking increase in the mortality of cancer…That cancer has really increased in this country appears to be now generally assumed in medical circles.”

Journal of Cancer Research, (1917);2:267-365. On the Alleged Increase of Cancer
By: Walter Francis Willcox
“Is cancer mortality increasing? In nearly all parts of the civilized world the reported mortality is increasing rapidly…There is no denying that the figures make out a strong case for this conclusion, and that it cannot be rebutted by general statements about improvements in the diagnosis of cancer, or about the increasing proportion of the population consisting of elderly persons especially liable to cancer.”

Cancer, Volume 40, Issue 3, pages 1358–1362, September 1977
An experimental study of mummification pertinent to the antiquity of cancer

By: Dr. Michael R. Zimmerman M.D., Ph.D.
“The virtual absence of malignancies in ancient tissues can only be interpreted as indicating their rarity or possible absence in antiquity. It has been estimated, on epidemiologic considerations, that up to 75% of human cancers are related to environmental factors. This study suggests that such factors are limited to modern industrialized society.”

1 in 25

In 1900, cancers were the eighth leading cause of death in the United States and accounted for one out of every 25 deaths. 12,769 Americas died of cancer in 1900. On average, for every 100,000 people in the U.S. population, 64 people died of cancer in 1900. Americans consumed about a half cup of sugar per person per year in 1900.

1 in 4

In 2013 cancers were the second leading cause of death in the United States and accounted for one out of every 4 deaths. 584,881 Americans died of cancer in 2013. On average, for every 100,000 people in the U.S. Population, 185.0 people died of cancer in 2013. Americans now consume on average a half cup of sugar per day.

There are those who say we’re making an “apples to oranges” comparison with the above facts. They claim cancer is a disease of older adults, and that people are living considerably longer now than they did in 1900, which is why the cancer rates have exploded.

In 1900 life expectancy was around 47 whereas today it is around 79. This does not mean that we are living three decades longer, but the inclusion of infant and child mortality rates in calculating life expectancy creates the mistaken impression that earlier generations died at a young age. Americans were not dropping dead left and right at age of 47 in 1900! Indeed in Victorian times if you made it to adulthood you would be expected to live a ‘normal’ length of time (65+). Therefore without the downward bias of high infant and child mortaility the average life expectancy has increased substantially.

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, October 01, 1999 / 48(38);849-858
“At the beginning of the 20th century, for every 1000 live births, six to nine women in the United States died of pregnancy-related complications, and approximately 100 infants died before age 1 year.” That is 10%! Imagine what having so many infants dying does to the life expectancy tables?
“In 1900 in some U.S. cities, up to 30% of infants died before reaching their first birthday.” 1 it also states, “The decline in infant mortality is unparalleled by other mortality reduction this century. If turn-of-the-century infant death rates had continued, then an estimated 500,000 live-born infants during 1997 would have died before age 1 year; instead, 28,045 infants died.”

1. Meckel RA. Save the babies: American public health reform and the prevention of infant mortality, 1850-1929. Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990.
2. Loudon I. Death in childbirth: an international study of maternal care and maternal mortality, 1800- 1950. New York, New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
3. Hoyert DL, Kochanek KD, Murphy SL. Deaths: final data for 1997. Hyattsville, Maryland: US Department of Health and Human Services, CDC, National Center for Health Statistics, 1999. (National vital statistics report; vol 47, no. 20).

The mathematics behind the terminology “life expectancy” includes all ages of all live-born people in the population pool, including infants.
But it’s not just the significant reduction in infant deaths that skewed life expectancy tables, it’s also the massive reduction in

child mortality too.

2010- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Child Mortality in the United States, 1935-2007
“Child mortality in the United States has declined dramatically over the past century. The mortality rate for children aged 1-4 years declined from 1,418.8 deaths per 100,000 population in 1907 to 28.6 in 2007. The mortality rate for children aged 5-14 years declined from 307.5 in 1907 to 15.3 in 2007. In 1900-1902, 90.2% of U.S. children aged 1 year survived to age 15, compared to 99.7% of children in 2007.”

4. Singh GK, Yu SM. US childhood mortality in the United States, 1950 through 1993: Trends and socioeconomic differentials. Am J Public Health. 1996;86(4):505-512.
5. Singh GK, Kogan MD. Widening socioeconomic disparities in US childhood mortality, 1969-2000. Am J Public Health. 2007;97(9):1658-1665.
6. Xu JQ, Kochanek KD, Murphy SL, Tejada-Vera B. Deaths: final data for 2007. Natl Vital Stat Rep. 2010;58(19).
7. Grove RD, Hetzel AM. Vital Statistics Rates in the United States, 1940-1960. National Center for Health Statistics. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; 1968.
8. National Center for Health Statistics. Health, United States, 2009 with Special Feature on Medical Technology. Hyattsville, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2010.

IMR declined 2.3% to a record low 582.1 infant deaths per 100,000 live births in 2014 from 596.1 in 2013.


The modern cancer epidemic cannot be explained away on the basis of increasing longevity, because people really aren’t living significantly longer now than they did in 1900 once you understand the real data and the roles that infant and childhood mortality played. Besides, incidence and mortality rates are adjusted (age-standardized) in cancer registries to reflect this trend.

1900-2000: Changes in Life Expectancy in the United States

Summary: Tables showing the changes in expected remaining years of life at age 65, and age 85 for black and white men and women from 1900 to the year 2000.


Data Sources:

National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 63, No.3.Life expectancy at birth, at age 65, and at age 75, by sex, race, and Hispanic origin: United States, selected years 1900–2011.

CDC National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 49, No.12. Deaths, Preliminary Data for 2000.;

U.S. Census Bureau. P23-190 Current Population Reports: Special Studies. 65+ in the United States.

Life Expectancy by Age, 1850–2011 by Dr. Farrah Bunch, M.D.

This clearly illutrates that Americans are living just single digit years longer after an entire century of “progress”.

What about the “progress” against cancer since 1900?

Cancer death rates 1900–2011 (per 100,000 population)


Source: 1900-1970, U.S. Public Health Service, Vital Statistics of the United States, annual, Vol. I and Vol II; 1971-2001, U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, annual; National Vital Statistics Report (NVSR) (formerly Monthly Vital Statistics Report); and unpublished data.

The facts simply cannot be ignored. As we “progress” as a society, our toxic burden becomes greater, which leads to higher incidences of cancer.

Increasing cancer rates also cannot be attributed to genetic factors, which are directly implicated in, at most, 10 percent of all cancers. Genetic susceptibility to cancer due to genetic polymorphism cannot have changed so dramatically over a few generations, and actually favours the role of exogenous factors through gene–environment interactions.

Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 25, No. 9, September 2008
Cancer is a Preventable Disease that Requires Major Lifestyle Changes
By: Anand et al.
“Only 5–10% of all cancers are due to an inherited gene defect.”

The New Orleans Advocate, Sept. 27, 2015 Genetics make up just a small portion of cancer causes,
By: Kyle Peveto
“…cancers caused by a gene inherited from your family make up only 5 to 10 percent of cancers.”

The New England Journal of Medicine, 2000; Vol. 343:78-85
Environmental and heritable factors in the causation of cancer, By: Lichtenstein, Holm, Verkasalo, et al.
“We conclude that the overwhelming contributor to the causation of cancer in the populations of twins that we studied was the environment.”

Cancer and the environment
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
National Institutes of Health
National Cancer Institute
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
NIH Publication No. 03–2039 Printed August 2003
Written by scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
“Several genes that greatly increase a person’s chance of developing certain cancers (e.g., colon, breast, and ovary) have been identified. Only a very small percentage of people in the general population have abnormal copies of these genes. Cancers caused by these genes, known as familial cancers, account for only two to five percent of all cancers.”

U.S. President’s Cancer Panel, 2008-2009 annual report, “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now”, April 2010
“Single-gene inherited cancer syndromes are believed to account for less than 5 percent of malignancies in the United States.”

Carcinogenic environmental exposure factors have been linked for over 50 years to up to 90% of human cancers 9-11, and the rarity of cancer in antiquity suggests that such factors are limited to societies that are affected by modern lifestyle issues such as tobacco use and pollution resulting from industrialization.12, 13

9. Cancer Epidemiology: Methods of Study (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1967). Lilienfield, A. M., Pedersen, E. & Dow, J. E.
10. Environment and cancer. Higginson J Practitioner. 1967 May; 198(187):621-30.
11. Cancer incidence in the Bantu and “Cape Colored” races of South Africa: report of a cancer survey in the Transvaal (1953-55). Higginson J, Oettle AGJ Natl Cancer Inst. 1960 Mar; 24():589-671. [PubMed] [Ref list]

12. A brief history of cancer., Radiology 34, 597–608 (1983). Deeley, T. J.
13. The Archaeology of Disease Roberts, C. & Manchester, K. 338 (Sutton, Sparkford, UK, 2005).

These days additional environmental and lifestyle factors are increasingly being pinpointed as the primary culprits fueling our cancer epidemic.

  • Processed and artificial foods (plus the chemicals in the packaging)
  • Wireless technologies, dirty electricity, and medical diagnostic radiation exposure
  • Pharmaceutical drugs
  • Obesity, stress, and poor sleeping habits
  • Lack of sunshine exposure and use of sunscreens
  • Pesticide and other chemical exposures
Cancer Known Carcinogens


The University of Manchester Press Release, “Cancer is a modern, man-made disease caused by environmental factors such as pollution and diet, a study review by University of Manchester scientists has strongly suggested.”

Daily Mail, October 23, 2010, Why modern life DOES cause cancer: The fascinating research which backs what we all feared
“Our research supports the views of medical campaigners and experts who have long argued that mounting ­incidence of cancer is caused by factors present only in the modern world.”

CNN, October 26, 2010, Just ask Mummy: Cancer the least of their worries
“…industrialization, pollution and the ills of modern life are to blame for the epidemic of cancer now seen sweeping around the globe.”

PLoS One. 2014; 9(3): e90924.
On the Antiquity of Cancer: Evidence for Metastatic Carcinoma in a Young Man from Ancient Nubia (c. 1200BC) By: Binder et al.
“…the apparent absence of cancer in antiquity is related to the fact that the main causes for cancer, estimated to account for up to 80% of cancer-related deaths today, are associated with a modern life style such as smoking, dietary habits, and a lack of physical activity. The sharp increase of palaeopathological cancer evidence over the past centuries in the wake of increasingly modern living conditions provides ample support for this claim.”

Acta Biologica Szegediensis, Volume 53(2):117-124, 2009
Malignant tumors in osteoarchaeological samples from Hungary, By: Molnár et al
“According to the generally accepted view, current high rates of malignant tumors in industrialized Western populations have been ascribed to an increase in life expectancy and increasing influence of environmental factors, particularly nutritional intake of potentially carcinogenic substances and air pollution.” 14-19

14. Aufderheide AC, Rodriguez-Martin C (1998) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Paleopathology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, p. 478.
15. Ortner DJ (2003) Identification of Pathological Conditions in Human Skeletal Remains. Academic Press, Amsterdam-Tokyo.
16. Capasso LL (2005) Antiquity of Cancer. Int J Cancer 113: 2-13.
17. Jo—zsa L (2006) Paleopathologia. El™deink betegsŽgei. Semmelweis Kiad—, Budapest.
18. Nerlich AG, Rohrbach HG, Bachmeier B, Zink A (2006) Malignant tumors in two ancient populations: an approach to historical tumor epidemiology. Oncology Reports 16:197-202.
19. Thillaud PL (2006) Paleopathology of cancers. Bulletin du Cancer 93(8):767-773.

International Journal of Health Services, Volume 30, Number 2, Pages 353–371, 2000
Legislative Proposals for Reversing the Cancer Epidemic and Controlling Run-Away Industrial Technologies. By: Dr. Samuel S. Epstein, M.D.
“our total environment—air, water, consumer and medicinal products, and the workplace—has become pervasively contaminated with a wide range of often persistent industrial carcinogens.”

Scientific American, Environmental Health News on May 21, 2010
How Many Cancers Are Caused by the Environment? By Brett Israel,
“More than 60 percent of U.S. cancer deaths are caused by smoking and diet.”

Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 25, No. 9, September 2008
Cancer is a Preventable Disease that Requires Major Lifestyle Changes
By: Anand et al.
“Only 5–10% of all cancer cases can be attributed to genetic defects, whereas the remaining 90–95% have their roots in the environment and lifestyle.”
“Instead of our genes, our lifestyle and environment account for 90–95% of our most chronic illnesses.”
“The percentage of cancer-related deaths attributable to diet and tobacco is as high as 60–70% worldwide.”


Science, 347, 727 (2015) Cancer risk: role of environment. By: Ashford, N. A. et al.
“…a large fraction of cancers are influenced by environmental factors.”

Study: Up to 90 percent of cancers not ‘bad luck,’ but due to lifestyle choices, environment

Nature, 529, 43–47 (07 January 2016)
Substantial contribution of extrinsic risk factors to cancer development
By: Song Wu, Scott Powers, Wei Zhu & Yusuf A. Hannun

ABC News Radio Study: Cancer Is Usually Your Fault
The Telegraph Nine in 10 cancers caused by lifestyle
The Washington Post Study: Up to 90 percent of cancers …due to lifestyle choices, environment
The Times Modern life causes 90 per cent of cancers
Daily Record Cancer not caused by ‘bad luck’ but down to environment and lifestyle
Fortune Up to 90% of Cancer Cases Caused by Lifestyle or Environment, Study Says
National Post Up to 90 per cent of cancers due to lifestyle choices, environment, study says
MSN Study: Up to 90 percent of cancers not ‘bad luck,’ but due to lifestyle choices, environment
Montreal Gazette Up to 90 per cent of cancers due to lifestyle choices, environment, study says
The Independent Researchers blame modern lifestyles for causing 90 per cent of cancers

“At least two-thirds of the cases of cancer are caused by environmental factors.”– U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Cancer and the environment
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
National Institutes of Health
National Cancer Institute
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
NIH Publication No. 03–2039 Printed August 2003
Written by scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
“…it is estimated that inactivity and obesity account for 25 to 30 percent of the cases of several major cancers…At least two-thirds of the cases of cancer are caused by environmental factors.”

CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, 2011; 61: 67–68.
Avoidable Cancer Deaths Globally, By: Dr. Otis W. Brawley, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, American Cancer Society
“…75% of US cancer deaths could be attributed to lifestyle and other environmental factors that are in principle avoidable.” Avoidable Cancer Deaths Globally

Environmental Health Perspectives, Volume 103, Supplement 8, November 1995
Estimating Avoidable Causes of Cancer, By: Davis and Muir
“Many researchers have estimated that environmental factors, broadly conceived, account for about 75 to 80% of all cancer in developed countries.”

The New England Journal of Medicine, 2000; Vol. 343:135-136
Cancer — Nature, Nurture, or Both, By: Robert N. Hoover, M.D., National Cancer Institute
“From this work has come the widely accepted estimate that 80 to 90 percent of human cancer is due to environmental factors.”

‘The Diet and Cancer Connection’, publication 348-141, Virginia Tech, Nov. 1997.
By: Dr. Kathleen Stadler-Thompson, Ph.D., Professor of Human Nutrition at Virginia Tech.
“Lifestyle factors are involved in most cancers, with controllable factors estimated to be as high as 80 to 90 percent of all causes.”

Many catastrophic events can also demonstrate significant environmental cancer causations.

New York Post – Number of Ground Zero responders with 9/11-linked cancers hits 3,700. 44 first responder FDNY personnel have died of cancer thus far. NY POST FDNY

The environmental factor is further illustrated shown in the table; Variation Between Countries in the Incidence of Some Common Cancers, in the Medical textbook;
Molecular Biology of the Cell. 4th edition.
Alberts B, Johnson A, Lewis J, et al.
New York: Garland Science; 2002.

Geography is also noted for playing a significant role in cancer.

U.S. President’s Cancer Panel, 2008-2009 annual report, “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now”, April 2010
“For example, Louisiana and Mississippi are known as “Cancer Alley” because of the more than 100 chemical plants and oil refineries in the area and the high concentration of poor populations with limited health care access. The cancer rate in Louisiana in 2005 was approximately 17 percent higher than the national average.”

Diet as a source of cancer

Many of the prominent hypotheses for effects of diet on cancer risk have been derived from examination of the associations between dietary patterns and cancer rates in different populations around the world. It was noted in the 1970s that developed Western countries have diets high in animal products, fat and sugar, and high rates of cancers of the colorectum, breast and prostate. In contrast, developing countries typically have diets based on one or two starchy staple foods, low intakes of animal products, fat and sugar, low rates of these “Western” cancers, and sometimes high rates of other types of cancer such as cancers of the oesophagus, stomach and liver.20

Other studies have shown that cancer rates often change in populations which migrate from one country to another, and change over time within countries. For example, the formerly low rates of colorectal cancer among Japanese people have increased both on migration to the USA and, more recently, with the increasing “Westernisation” of the diet in Japan. 21

20. International Journal of Cancer, 1975; 15: 617–31. Environmental factors and cancer incidence and mortality in different countries, with special reference to dietary practices. By: Armstrong B, Doll R.

21. International Agency for Research on Cancer. Cancer: Causes, Occurrence and Control. IARC Scientific Publications No. 100. Lyon: IARC, 1990.

If ethnicity were to play a significant role in determining cancer risk, then immigrants should retain the cancer incidence rates of their country of origin. Yet, immigrants to a new land acquire the cancer rates of their new home within one to two generations. 22-27

22. Liao CK, Rosenblatt KA, Schwartz SM, Weiss NS. Endometrial cancer in Asian migrants to the United States and their descendants. Cancer Causes & Control. May 2003; 14(4):357-360.
23. Flood DM, Weiss NS, Cook LS, Emerson JC, Schwartz SM, Potter JD. Colorectal cancer incidence in Asian migrants to the United States and their descendants. Cancer Causes & Control. May 2000; 11(5):403-411.
24. Herrinton LJ, Goldoft M, Schwartz SM, Weiss NS. The incidence of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and its histologic subtypes in Asian migrants to the United States and their descendants. Cancer Causes & Control. Mar 1996; 7(2):224-230.
25. Rosenblatt KA, Weiss NS, Schwartz SM. Liver cancer in Asian migrants to the United States and their descendants. Cancer Causes & Control. May 1996; 7(3):345-350.
26. McCredie M. Cancer epidemiology in migrant populations. [Review]. Recent Results in Cancer Research. 1998; 154:298-305.
27. MT Redaniel et al., Cancer survival in developed and developing countries. British Journal of Cancer (2009) 100, 858 – 862

Nearly all countries heavily influenced by Western society have high incidences of cancer. Why is that? Most of the very prosperous have far higher incidences of cancer. Of the exceptions to this apparent rule (those which are prosperous but low incidence of cancer), the majority of these are non-Western-aligned countries—for example, Libya and Saudi Arabia.

WHO cancer map

It seems also that poor countries with high incidence of cancer are heavily aligned with the West. For example, New Caledonia and French Polynesia are both French.

How could prosperity and alignment with the West cause more cancer? Could the cancer rates be based upon what the majority of the population eats?

The 3 maps demonstrate Cancer incidence, Gross Domestic Product, and Gross National income. Notice the striking similarities between the two maps. Does this tell you something? The facts of cancer being a disease of modern living cannot be denied.

So why are the medical and science communities, by and large, ignoring these very basic facts on cancer causes?

The pharmaceutical researchers would like you to believe they’re doing everything they can to come up with a solution. Yet all we see is research into newer and pricier drug therapies. Clearly they’re not digging close enough to the root of the problem, because if they did, they’d touch on some of these lifestyle issues we mentioned.

From our perspective, you ignore lifestyle factors at your own peril when it comes to cancer… Because, clearly, drug-based “advances” are not making a dent in this increasingly prevalent disease.

On the contrary, cancer drugs are notoriously toxic and come with devastating, including lethal, side effects. Conventional medicine is so desperate to give the illusion of fighting the good fight that many of these drugs are used despite the fact that they’re not really doing anything to prolong or improve the quality of life of those diagnosed with cancer. Just today I consulted with a patient who just completed her 9th round of chemotherapy. HER 9TH! Her tumor is larger now than when she started!

The best-selling (and extremely expensive) cancer drug Avastin, for example, was recently phased out as a treatment for metastatic breast cancer after studies concluded its benefits were outweighed by its dangerous side effects. Treating a disease primarily caused by poisonous toxins with carcinogenic poisonous toxins seems pretty stupid to us.

“Modern Medicine” can and should do better than that.


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By agreeing to these Terms of Use, you represent that you are at least the age of majority in your state, province, country or city of residence, or that you are the age of majority in your state, province, country or city of residence and you have given us your consent to allow any of your minor dependents to use this site.

You may not use any of our website for any illegal or unauthorized purpose nor may you, in the use of the Service, violate any laws in your jurisdiction (including but not limited to copyright laws).

You must not transmit any worms or viruses or any code of a destructive nature.

A breach or violation of any of the Terms will result in an immediate termination of your Services.



We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason at any time.

You agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit any portion of the Service, use of the Service, or access to the Service or any contact on the website through which the service is provided, without express written permission by us.

The headings used in this agreement are included for convenience only and will not limit or otherwise affect these Terms.

You understand and agree that this website is for information purposes only, and that by providing the information contained herein, we are not diagnosing, treating, curing, mitigating, or preventing any type of disease or medical condition. You understand and agree that before beginning any type of natural, integrative or conventional treatment regimen, it is advisable to seek the advice of a licensed healthcare professional.

You understand and agree that the information on the site is presented for the sole purpose of disseminating health information for general educational purposes only. You understand and agree that if you think you may have a medical emergency, you should call your doctor or 911. You understand and agree that the information on this site is not intended or implied to be medical advice, and you understand and agree that the information does not constitute the provision or practice of medical, nursing, or professional health care advice or services. You understand and agree that you will not use the information on this site as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You understand and agree that you should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider prior to starting any treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

You understand and agree that nothing contained on this site is intended to be or will be used by you for medical diagnosis or treatment. You understand and agree that you should never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking treatment based on the information contained on this site. You understand and agree that the service and any content or information contained on the site is provided on an ‘as is’ basis. You understand and agree that while efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the information on this site, there is no guarantee that such information is accurate or up-to-date. You understand and agree that, except for information, products, or services clearly identified as being supplied by the site, the site does not operate, control, or endorse any information, products, or services on the internet, in any way.

In addition, access to this site constitutes acceptance and understanding of the following,

By accessing this system, you hereby acknowledge, consent, and agree to all listed provisions and consent to monitoring.

You understand and agree that any copyright laws pertaining to the ownership and reproduction of all data fall exclusively under Panamanian legal jurisdiction for drfarrahcancercenter.com

If you are a copyright holder, or a director, officer, owner, employee, agent, supplier, licensor, contributor, service provider, website hosting company, trade partner, heir or assign of a copyright holder and feel that you or anyone you are engaged in any form of relationship whatsoever may have rights to data as part of this site or related sites, your agreement with the terms of use constitutes the following agreement, which is mandatory in order to access the data contained on this site.

I do hereby declare, understand, agree and warrant that I am a copyright owner, or an authorized representative of a copyright owner of film, print, slide, movie, video, artwork, digital image, negatives or any other material in any format whatsoever (hereafter referred to as “COPYRIGHTED DATA”) which I believe to be, known to be, or suspect to be contained on the drfarrahcancercenter.com website.

I hereby freely grant a non-exclusive license to drfarrahcancercenter.com and its agents to reproduce these COPYRIGHT DATA in perpetuity, and I represent and warrant that I have the legal right and authority to grant such a license. I may at my discretion ask to be credited for my contribution or the contributor I represent to the drfarrahcancercenter.com site as a contributor whether this occurred with or without my knowledge, but even if I or the contributor I represent remains uncredited, this agreement shall survive since participation in the free flowing of information for the public at large is a paramount responsibility we all should share. Therefore, in the best interest of free-flowing information for the public at large, I am freely undertaking this agreement, and clearly warrant that I have the authority to do so. I agree to indemnify and hold harmless drfarrahcancercenter.com and any of its directors, officers, owners, employees, agents, suppliers, licensors, contributors, service providers, website hosting companies, trade partners, heirs and assigns from any and all liability, damages, and expenses (including reasonable actual attorney’s fees) that may incur as a result of use and publication of said material, including any claims brought by any person claiming an interest in the COPYRIGHTED DATA or their subject matter. I agree and warrant that anyone containing any format of data from drfarrahcancercenter.com contained in any medium outside of the drfarrahcancercenter.com website itself, is bound by this agreement, since acceptance of this agreement is the only way to legally access such data. In addition, I understand and agree that accessing or storing any format of data contained in any medium outside of the drfarrahcancercenter.com website where it is hosted, constitutes a violation of the copyright laws of Panama against the offending party. I understand and agree that if I copy, contain, possess, or transmit any such data from the drfarrahcancercenter.com site in any format outside of the website itself, that my possession of such materials is a violation of Panamanian laws, and I agree to destroy such data forthwith.



We are not responsible if information made available on this site is not accurate, complete or current. The material on this site is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon or used as the sole basis for making decisions without consulting primary, more accurate, more complete or more timely sources of information. Any reliance on the material on this site is at your own risk.

This site may contain certain historical information. Historical information, necessarily, is not current and is provided for your reference only. We reserve the right to modify the contents of this site at any time, but we have no obligation to update any information on our site. You agree that it is your responsibility to monitor changes to our site.



We reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue the Service (or any part or content thereof) without notice at any time.

We shall not be liable to you or to any third-party for any modification, change, suspension or discontinuance of the Service.



Any use by you of optional tools offered through the site is entirely at your own risk and discretion and you should ensure that you are familiar with and approve of the terms on which tools are provided by the relevant third-party provider(s).

We may also, in the future, offer new services and/or features through the website (including, the release of new tools and resources). Such new features and/or services shall also be subject to these Terms of Use.



Certain content, products and services available via our Service may include materials from third-parties.

Third-party links on this site may direct you to third-party websites that are not affiliated with us. We are not responsible for examining or evaluating the content or accuracy and we do not warrant and will not have any liability or responsibility for any third-party materials or websites, or for any other materials, products, or services of third-parties.

We are not liable for any harm or damages related to the purchase or use of goods, services, resources, content, or any other transactions made in connection with any third-party websites. Please review carefully the third-party’s policies and practices and make sure you understand them before you engage in any transaction. Complaints, claims, concerns, or questions regarding third-party products should be directed to the third-party.



If, at our request, you send certain specific submissions (for example contest entries) or without a request from us you send creative ideas, suggestions, proposals, plans, or other materials, whether online, by email, by postal mail, or otherwise (collectively, ‘comments’), you agree that we may, at any time, without restriction, edit, copy, publish, distribute, translate and otherwise use in any medium any comments that you forward to us. We are and shall be under no obligation (1) to maintain any comments in confidence; (2) to pay compensation for any comments; or (3) to respond to any comments.

We may, but have no obligation to, monitor, edit or remove content that we determine in our sole discretion are unlawful, offensive, threatening, libelous, defamatory, pornographic, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party’s intellectual property or these Terms of Use.

You agree that your comments will not violate any right of any third-party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, personality or other personal or proprietary right. You further agree that your comments will not contain libelous or otherwise unlawful, abusive or obscene material, or contain any computer virus or other malware that could in any way affect the operation of the Service or any related website. You may not use a false e-mail address, pretend to be someone other than yourself, or otherwise mislead us or third-parties as to the origin of any comments. You are solely responsible for any comments you make and their accuracy. We take no responsibility and assume no liability for any comments posted by you or any third-party.



Occasionally there may be information on our site or in the Service that contains typographical errors, inaccuracies or omissions that may relate to product descriptions, pricing, promotions, offers, product shipping charges, transit times and availability. We reserve the right to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions, and to change or update information or cancel orders if any information in the Service or on any related website is inaccurate at any time without prior notice (including after you have submitted your order).

We undertake no obligation to update, amend or clarify information in the Service or on any related website, including without limitation, pricing information, except as required by law. No specified update or refresh date applied in the Service or on any related website, should be taken to indicate that all information in the Service or on any related website has been modified or updated.



In addition to other prohibitions as set forth in the Terms of Use, you are prohibited from using the site or its content: (a) for any unlawful purpose; (b) to solicit others to perform or participate in any unlawful acts; (c) to violate any international, federal, provincial or state regulations, rules, laws, or local ordinances; (d) to infringe upon or violate our intellectual property rights or the intellectual property rights of others; (e) to harass, abuse, insult, harm, defame, slander, disparage, intimidate, or discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, race, age, national origin, or disability; (f) to submit false or misleading information; (g) to upload or transmit viruses or any other type of malicious code that will or may be used in any way that will affect the functionality or operation of the Service or of any related website, other websites, or the Internet; (h) to collect or track the personal information of others; (i) to spam, phish, pharm, pretext, spider, crawl, or scrape; (j) for any obscene or immoral purpose; or (k) to interfere with or circumvent the security features of the Service or any related website, other websites, or the Internet. We reserve the right to terminate your use of the Service or any related website for violating any of the prohibited uses.



We do not guarantee, represent or warrant that your use of our service will be uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free.

We do not warrant that the results that may be obtained from the use of the service will be accurate or reliable.

You agree that from time to time we may remove the service for indefinite periods of time or cancel the service at any time, without notice to you.

You expressly agree that your use of, or inability to use, the service is at your sole risk. The service and all products and services delivered to you through the service are (except as expressly stated by us) provided ‘as is’ and ‘as available’ for your use, without any representation, warranties or conditions of any kind, either express or implied, including all implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, merchantable quality, fitness for a particular purpose, durability, title, and non-infringement.

In no case shall anyone affiliated with drfarrahcancercenter.com including our directors, officers, employees, affiliates, agents, contractors, interns, suppliers, service providers or licensors be liable for any injury, loss, claim, or any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, special, or consequential damages of any kind, including, without limitation lost profits, lost revenue, lost savings, loss of data, replacement costs, or any similar damages, whether based in contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise, arising from your use of any of the service or any products procured using the service, or for any other claim related in any way to your use of the service or any product, including, but not limited to, any errors or omissions in any content, or any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of the use of the service or any content (or product) posted, transmitted, or otherwise made available via the service, even if advised of their possibility. Because some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or the limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages, in such states or jurisdictions, our liability shall be limited to the maximum extent permitted by law.

You understand and agree that no singular individual, group of individuals or entity in any form whatsoever is responsible or liable in any manner for any content generated on, for, or as a result of the existence of this site, since this is a community generated site. You understand and agree that as this is a community generated site, and as a result of this, there is no good way to control what users and contributors post on or through the sites and drfarrahcancercenter.com cannot be responsible for any offensive, inappropriate, obscene, unlawful, infringing or otherwise objectionable or even illegal user generated content you may encounter on the sites or, in connection with your use of the sites.

You understand and agree with the following statement made on behalf of drfarrahcancercenter.com, “We, on behalf of our directors, officers, employees, agents, suppliers, licensors, contributors and service providers, exclude and disclaim liability for any losses and expenses of whatever nature and howsoever arising including, without limitation, any direct, indirect, general, special, punitive, incidental or consequential damages; loss of use: loss of data; loss caused by a virus: loss of income or profit: loss of or damage to property: loss of life: claims of third parties: or other losses of any kind or character, or the inability to use, the site or the content even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages or losses, arising out of or in connection with the use of this site or any web site with which it is linked.”



You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless drfarrahcancercenter.com and our parent, subsidiaries, affiliates, partners, officers, directors, agents, contractors, licensors, service providers, subcontractors, suppliers, interns and employees, harmless from any claim or demand, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, made by any third-party due to or arising out of your breach of these Terms of Use or the documents they incorporate by reference, or your violation of any law or the rights of a third-party.



In the event that any provision of these Terms of Use is determined to be unlawful, void or unenforceable, such provision shall nonetheless be enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, and the unenforceable portion shall be deemed to be severed from these Terms of Use, such determination shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any other remaining provisions.



The obligations and liabilities of the parties incurred prior to the termination date shall survive the termination of this agreement for all purposes.

These Terms of Use are effective unless and until terminated by us. You may terminate use of the drfarrahcancercenter.com site, but this Terms of Use shall survive in perpetuity.

If in our sole judgment you fail, or we suspect that you have failed, to comply with any term or provision of these Terms of Use, we also may terminate this agreement at any time without notice and you will remain liable for all amounts due up to and including the date of termination; and/or accordingly may deny you access to our Services (or any part thereof).



The failure of us to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms of Use shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision.

These Terms of Use and any policies or operating rules posted by us on this site or in respect to The Service constitutes the entire agreement and understanding between you and us and govern your use of the Service, superseding any prior or contemporaneous agreements, communications and proposals, whether oral or written, between you and us (including, but not limited to, any prior versions of the Terms of Use).

Any ambiguities in the interpretation of these Terms of Use shall not be construed against the drafting party.



These Terms of Use and any separate agreements whereby we provide you Services shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Panama.



You can review the most current version of the Terms of Use at any time at this page.

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to update, change or replace any part of these Terms of Use by posting updates and changes to our website. It is your responsibility to check our website periodically for changes. Your continued use of or access to our website or the Service following the posting of any changes to these Terms of Use constitutes acceptance of those changes.



Questions about the Terms of Use should be sent to us at staff@drfarrahcancercenter.com

Upon agreeing to these terms and conditions, you gain access to the drfarrahcancercenter.com website and assume total responsibility for any and all actions undertaken by you as a result of your access to the drfarrahcancercenter.com website. You agree and understand that the terms of this agreement shall be binding upon you, your respective heirs, successors, assigns and legal representatives. You understand and agree that all provisions of this Terms of Use agreement that by their nature should survive termination shall survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity, licensing in perpetuity and limitations of liability.