Scaring Women to Death
"I have a zero tolerance for sanctimonious
morons who try to scare people."
- Pat Robertson
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It was 4:56 AM on Thursday morning (January 16) when I
half-watched the morning news on CBS television in New
York. The commercial came on and a voiceover got my
full attention by asking over a pink screen containing
stick figure animations:
"Wouldn't YOUR (emphasis added) friend with breast
cancer walk to save YOUR life?" The entire process
by which a billion unspent dollars now sit in
investment vehicles for Komen continues to offend me.
Those who walk the walks are fed yogurt donated by
major sponsors; yogurt containing the key factor in
the growth and proliferation of every case of breast
cancer that has ever grown in every affected woman.
Susan Komen organization insiders find that scaring women
results in great rewards for its insiders. In 2012, founder
Nancy Brinker paid herself salary of $548,700. This year,
she is taking time off to plan global strategy, and will
take a $158,000 salary cut while paying the organization's
president, Judith Salerno, a salary of $475,000.
The cure for breast cancer would end Komen's cash cow.
The January, 2014 issue of Stem Cell Reports includes
A study performed in China, France, and the United
States on breast cancer growth and proliferation. Scientists
concluded that breast cancer stem cells are immune to
chemotherapy and radiation, and assist in breast cancer
growth and proliferation by a methodology which:
"...Endows these cells with the capacity for tissue
invasion, dissemination, and growth at metastatic sites."
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Three months before the Stem Cell Reports publication
highlighting today's column (October 2, 2013), Notmilk wrote:
"When a cancer is destroyed by various methods, including
chemotherapy or radiation, the stems cells survive and
remain as future 'seeds' to re-grow the existing or other
There is a phytochemical in kale (zeaxanthin) which prevents
breast cancer stem cells from growing. Just as researchers
recommend that lycopenes in tomatoes are better utilized by
humans when heated, so too are these plant sterols more
effectively utilized by cooking, rather than be eating or
juicing raw kale. Most people enjoy steamed kale with
a touch of sea salt.
The pill? Dark-green leafy kale, found in supermarkets
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Rather than reveal the truth regarding the etiology
of breast cancer, women have been virtually scared to
death by professionals hired by the dairy industry
to market milk and cheese.
Scared to death by fears that osteoporosis will weaken
their bones unless they consume dairy products.
Scared to death by articles in women's magazines that are
payback (one hand washed another) as the dairy industry's
reward for multi-million dollar milk mustache campaigns.
Scared to death by an enormous lie. Truth is, nations
with the highest rates of bone disease are the ones
listening to dairy-sponsored propaganda. For the truth
about osteoporosis, see:
Many of these scared-to-death women are then scared
directly to their own dairy-induced breast cancer deaths.
According to the National Alliance for Breast Cancer
Organizations (NABCO.org), 200,000 new cases of breast
cancer will be diagnosed in the United States this year.
Many organizations sponsor walks or races for the
"cure" (Avon, Komen Foundation, etc.) while accepting
sponsorship from those promoting the cause (milk
and dairy producers).
Cows and humans share the same hormone, insulin-like
growth factor, or IGF-1. This powerful growth hormone
has been identified as a key factor in the growth of
breast cancer. Each sip of milk contains that growth
Does Milk Cause Breast Cancer?
"Human Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I) and
bovine IGF-I are identical. Both contain 70
amino acids in the identical sequence."
Judith C. Juskevich and C. Greg Guyer.
SCIENCE, vol. 249. August 24, 1990.
"IGF-I is critically involved in the aberrant
growth of human breast cancer cells."
M. Lippman. J. Natl. Inst. Health Res., 1991, 3.
"IGF-I has been identified as a key factor in
Hankinson. The Lancet, vol. 351. May 9, 1998
"Serum IGF-I levels increased significantly in milk
drinkers, an increase of about 10% above baseline
but was unchanged in the control group."
Robert P. Heaney, Journal of the American Dietetic
Association, vol. 99, no. 10. October 1999
"Death most resembles a prophet who is without
honor in his own land or a poet who is a
stranger among his people."
- Khalil Gibran