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How Sunscreen Could Be Causing Skin Cancer, Not The Sun

Summer may be a long way off, but it’s never too early to start thinking about protecting your skin. For most people, this means covering themselves in sunscreen, which corporate marketing campaigns encourage at every turn. Yet, while we do indeed need protection to prevent sunburns, blocking out the sun entirely is not ideal. Rich in vitamin D, it offers a number of other health benefits, including, oddly enough, cancer prevention. We’ve been made to fear the sun, and, as a result, adults and children are choosing to drench themselves in a bath of toxic,…

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OTHER 

Finally Confirmed: Cancer is entirely a man-made disease

It’s caused mostly by dietary intake and pollution in their environment. At the University of Manchester’s KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology in England, in 2010, after looking over remains and literature from ancient Greece and Egypt, looked into earlier periods too, a study had included the first historical case of cancer in an Egyptian mummy.  This published study from Nature Reviews Cancer, notes that researchers only found one case of cancer while looking into hundred of Egyptian mummies. There were also rare references to this disease in literature, which conveys…

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OTHER 

Doctors Mysteriously Found Dead After Raving About Breakthrough Cure For Cancer

The medical community has been left speechless at the discovery that several holistic doctors were found dead in apparent “suicides” over the last year, seemingly after a breakthrough cancer treatment was announced. The new treatment, which First Immune had released a 2-minute video (shown below) of, includes the human protein GcMAF (Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor). GcMAF works to activate macrophages already present within the human body, which can fight against and destroy cancer cells. The body produces GcMAF naturally, yet some people cannot make enough of this human protein to ward off disease…

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ARCHAELOGY SCIENCE 

World’s oldest example of cancer found in 1.7 million-year-old fossil

The oldest known example of cancer has been detected in the fossil of an early human who walked the Earth approximately 1.7 million years ago. The discovery by British and South African scientists contradicts theories that cancer is a modern disease, predominantly caused by lifestyle factors. Up until now, the oldest known human fossil associated with evidence of cancer dated back to around 3,000 BC. But the new discovery of a bone near Johannesburg bolsters arguments that many cancers have a deep evolutionary history and are caused by factors beyond…

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