Alternative Cancer Treatments and Big Brother Social Media
According to cancer.gov’s statistics around 1.7 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed last year. About 38% of all Americans will be diagnosed with cancer some time during their lifetime.
Don’t you think it would be important that information about ALL forms of cancer treatment be available to people? In America we are frequently prevented from accessing types of treatments that have been standard in other parts of the world. Thanks to the internet if you are willing to search through sites like PubMed you can find some of this information for yourself.
Thankfully more and more we also have groups of holistically minded health practitioners who are willing to share what they know during online summits, interviews and podcasts.
The Anti-Cancer Revolution Summit runs live from June 17th through the 23rd, 2019.
In addition to all the great interviews you get several free bonus gifts when you register to listen free during the premier week.
Social Media Crackdown
Maybe you’ve noticed that lately more and more social media outlets, and mainstream news outlets, are blocking our access to information that they don’t agree with. For example I recently tried to pin an article about alternative flours and grains to my gluten-free board on Pinterest and I was blocked. The excuse they gave? “We have blocked this link because we do not allow nudity.” Yep, an article about millet, buckwheat, almond, coconut and other interesting flours was blocked due to nudity. Yeah, right. Same thing happened when I tried to pin an article about turmeric being a good alternative to anti-inflammatory drugs. “We have blocked this link because we do not allow nudity.” And yet again when I tried to pin a link for bone marrow recipes…..no nude bones allowed.
What do these three sites all have in common? It’s for sure NOT nudity!! Nope, they each have articles questioning the conventional status quo on hot topics like vaccines, cancer, mercury fillings, raw milk, homeopathy, and saturated fat being healthy.
Inconsistent or Dangerous?
Here’s what doesn’t make sense, and I think really shows that it isn’t about trying to keep us safe, or even about nudity in gluten-free grains – I can take the exact same article posted by a different source and there is no issue, nothing is blocked. For example an article announcing a health practitioner mentorship with a doctor who has experience using alternative treatments for cancer on the Weston A Price Foundation website is blocked, yet the same announcement directly from that holistically minded doctor is allowed.
If this wasn’t so frustrating and potentially dangerous in their Big Brother-ness it would be laughable.
So with that in mind I’m going to post some more links here that got blocked on Pinterest from one source, but not from another, that tell about the well-studied alternative cancer treatments made from mistletoe. Enjoy reading this banned material, and be sure to register for and listen to the Anti-Cancer Revolution. I’m sure there will be tons more valuable, and controversial but not nudity, information in those interviews!
Pin and Share these links!
Straight from cancer.gov is a compilation of studies on mistletoe that all say “we need to do more studies! This looks promising!” Mistletoe Extracts for Health Professionals
Using mistletoe extracts along with chemotherapy is beneficial and raises survival rates in this real-world observational analysis.
Another one finding increased survival with using mistletoe extracts alongside conventional therapies in a systematic literature review.
And this exciting-to-me one that says mistletoe extracts help overcome drug resistance in lung cancer cells. Mistletoe can be a powerful anti-cancer agent.
Try and Share These but they May Be Blocked
Here is the mistletoe archive page from GreenMedInfo.com
From the Weston A Price Foundation an explanation of how Dr. Tom Cowan incorporates mistletoe extract as part of his holistic approach to cancer.
And finally from Dr. Mercola an extensive article talking about mistletoe’s common use in European medicine as well as a history of its use as a drug.
Just for Fun
Happy Pinning! And don’t forget to join us for the Anti-Cancer Revolution Summit!