Ladies, there’s something out there that might be even MORE frightening than breast cancer itself.
And that’s what could happen next AFTER you’ve been diagnosed. The turn things can take during treatment or even beyond.
Cancer found in one spot in the body can quietly lead to a tumor in another part. And that’s even AFTER it’s been defeated.
And now, new research reveals one group of women in particular face some of the biggest risks of what doctors call metastasis, or when cancer spreads.
But here’s the good news…
You don’t need to panic. Because research shows, there IS a way to help bring this risk back down to size. And I’ll share that simple trick with you in just a moment.
First, let’s take a quick look at a new study every woman needs to know about. And that’s true whether you’ve ALREADY had breast cancer, or you just want to take steps to avoid it.
How breast cancer leads to bigger risks
There’s no GOOD way to get cancer, especially breast cancer.
But one of the worst is when it doesn’t turn up during a regular screening. But instead shows up in the “interval” in between.
Cancers detected during screenings often have no signs or symptoms. You don’t even know they’re there until the doc shows you test results. And in many cases, they are harmless “stage zero” cancers that may not need treatment.
But the ones found in the interval are usually far more serious. They’re typically discovered because they DO have symptoms. And those symptoms are caused by the fact that they’re growing faster and are more aggressive.
And that’s NOT the worst of it.
The new study finds women who have interval discovered breast cancers have a higher risk of OTHER cancers too – especially lung, colon, and skin tumors.
It’s as if those nasty cancer cells have a back-up plan.
They essentially run around your body, planting seeds in different places “just in case.” So if you wipe out the tumor in the breast, the disease can spring up again in one of those other seeded danger zones.
As a result, women with interval breast cancer are 28 percent more likely to develop another tumor somewhere else in the body.
Fight back against hidden risks
You might think you can’t fight these cancers if they haven’t formed yet, or if you don’t know they’re there. But you can.
If you have breast cancer… or have had it… don’t consider the battle over. You must KEEP fighting.
Fight if you know it’s there. And fight even if you think it’s gone.
There are natural therapies that can help wipe out cancer cells no matter where they are. Start with plenty of cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and Brussels sprouts, which are loaded with tumor-shrinking sulforaphane.
And be sure to drink more green tea, which contains compounds that can seek out and help destroy cancer cells no matter where they’re hiding.
Finally, consider adding a naturopathic doctor to the mix. Your cancer doc may be the best in the business – but he’s just focused on the cancer you have.
A skilled naturopath can work with you on the bigger picture – the cancer that isn’t there… yet… and help you make sure it never forms.
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