Nearly two million new cases of cancer – every year – are completely preventable.
Earlier this month, The Lancet Oncology published a review of 12.7 million new cases of cancer worldwide in 2008.
What they discovered was a whopping one in six of those new cancer cases were directly attributable to bacterial, viral or parasitic infections.
And in every case, eliminating the infection early could have prevented cancer.
Half of the infection-caused cancers in women were cancers of the cervix. Meanwhile, four out of five men with infection-caused cancer ended up with cancer of the liver or gastric cancer.
Infections also contributed to the increasing number of young adults with cancer. Nearly a third of infection-caused cancers strike those under 50 years old.
Don’t think cancer caused by infection is a third world phenomenon, either. While developing countries are at greater risk, thousands of these preventable cancers occur every year in the United States as well as in virtually every other developed country around the world.
Which Infections Cause Cancer?
While other infections also played a role, the researchers involved in The Lancet Oncology study discovered just four common infections resulted in 86% of these preventable cancer cases: Helicobacter pylori, hepatitis B and C viruses, and human papillomaviruses (HPV).
According to a related story in BBC News Health, hepatitis is a known cause of liver cancer, cervical cancer is linked to HPV and an overgrowth of the H. pylori bacteria can lead to stomach cancer.
And according to the experts, all of these cancer causers can be prevented or treated.
Prevent Cancer from Infections
Since funding for the study was provided in large part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, it comes as no surprise that vaccinations play a large role in the recommended preventative measures.
Vaccines are currently available for both Hepatitis B and HPV. A new vaccine is now under development for Hepatitis C. And the H. pylori bacterium can be defeated with a course of antibiotics.
That’s all great news. Or is it?
Big Pharma loves to push the purported benefits of vaccines while doing everything in their power to ignore – or completely hide – the real risks. Not surprising when you consider the money involved in a huge market of concerned parents vaccinating their kids, thinking they’re doing them a favor.
Even more so if they can get the government to force immunizations.
Now I’m going to let you in on a little, no, make that a BIG secret…
The cancer related infections the researchers discovered are only the tip of the iceberg. Infections are not only related to cancer, but also pain and virtually every disease known to mankind.
And here’s another BIG secret. You can safely wipe out those bacterial infections, viral infections and even parasitic infections in under an hour – with NONE of the risks vaccines, antibiotics and anti-parasitic medicines carry.
No, it’s not FDA-approved. Are you kidding? Big Pharma and Big Government have far too many hands in your wallet to allow that (at least in the United States). But I would still like to tell you all about it – including how you can have despite the massive efforts underway to prevent you from learning about it at all.
In fact, we put together a complete expose on how you can wipe these pain and cancer-causing infections out of your life for good – without vaccines and the like – and finally enjoy the peace of mind that comes with good health.
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Roberts M. ‘One in six cancers worldwide are caused by infection’. BBC News. 2012 May 8.
De Martel C, et al. Global burden of cancers attributable to infections in 2008: a review and synthetic analysis. The Lancet Oncology. 2012 May 8.
Hepatitis B Vaccine – The Untold Story. National Vaccine Information Center. 2012.
Hanlon J. Vaccine discovered for hep C. University of Alberta. 2012 Feb 15.
Written By: Updated: May 24,2012