Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, you’ll start seeing
“pink” products everywhere and you might be urged to donate money, buy
pink products or run for the cure. Even though we’re told that every
penny helps, where do those pennies go? If we are donating all this
money for a cure, then why are women not being told the truth about
preventing breast cancer with vitamin D, green tea, foods, herbs and
Why are the treatment options explained to women limited to
high-profit drugs, radiation, surgical procedures and more mammography
— a procedure that actually causes breast cancer by irradiating
Cures for breast cancer exist right now, but the cancer industry
censors and discredits them, then pretends that a chemical cure will
be found if people would just donate enough money. (It’s always about
more money, isn’t it?) Shame on the public for believing such nonsense.
Breast Cancer Awareness is a modern variation of the oldest
confidence scam in the book. It’s actually a recruiting ploy to
victimize women by exploiting their bodies to generate profits for
some of the wealthiest corporations in the world: Drug companies.
Most drug companies are headed by men, by the way, who earn
ridiculously large salaries in the hundreds of millions of dollars. So
it’s the same old story: Rich, powerful white men telling women what
to do with their bodies, all while raking in obscene profits on every
dose of toxic chemotherapy injected into a woman’s body.
It’s time to tell the truth about Big Pharma’s exploitation of women.
If drug companies and non-profit cancer groups really cared about
women, they would be teaching them how to prevent breast cancer in the
first place. Yet that approach is almost entirely ignored because it
keeps women healthy and denies revenues to the extremely profitable
cancer treatment industry.
It’s no exaggeration to say the cancer industry thrives on disease
and suffering while marketing its services by terrorizing women
through the use of proven fear tactics like telling women they only
have six months to live unless they submit to chemotherapy. And guess
who funds the cancer non-profits the most? Pharmaceutical companies,
The cancer industry is all about corporate profits, not women’s
health. And yes, I’m willing to tell the truth about it, because I
actually care about the health of women, and I’m outraged at how many
have been victimized by the cancer industry. Read today’s feature to