Articles about breast cancer causes

Breast cancer is normally a malignant tumour developed from cells of the breast, and it is one of the most common cancers affecting females, at this time doctors will tell you that it has not been established what is the exact cause of cancer, but latest researches still clearly point out that there are several risk factors and most of them are lifestyle and environmental. Excess oestrogen, heavy metal toxins and mycotoxins are the key players. The breasts are very sensitive glands and all cells have Oestrogen receptors. There should be a balance with progesterone but there rarely is and the situation is complicated further when the receptors hook on to other carbon ring molecules from the pill, dairy, cosmetics, pesticides, plastics and assorted drugs which mimic the oestrogen molecule. In the US fact is out of thousands of breast cancer cases 100% had mercury toxicity and fungal presence which we will describe in more detail in the members area. 93% had root canals and identical bacteria as in the root sockets. 99% had paragons or various chemical combinations from plastics and most cases had Oestrogen dominance spiked by our high blood sugar culture.

These are more of the most common breast cancer risk factors;

-Latest researches have established that in the age group above 50 years there is a high incidence with less fatalities, on the other hand, in the age group below 25 years the incidence is still lower. It is very important to note that this disease is very aggressive in patients 25-50 years old.

-The menstrual cycle is another factor that should be considered; common in the ladies who have a longer menstrual life, i.e. the onset of menstruation is earlier and cessation of menstruation is late.

-The women that smoke and drink alcohol increase their risk of developing breast cancer.

-Breast cancer is developed more frequently in spinsters and married woman that have not given birth to children, or if given birth then have not breast fed their offspring. This scenario often follows cesarian births.

-The women that have had a breast cancer on one side have greater risk to develop cancer on the opposite side, and if there are antecedents of breast cancer in their families (mother, sisters and daughters), there are greatest risks too although this is clearly not from DNA but from lifestyle similarities.

-Breast cancer is linked with obesity and higher intake of saturated fatty acids such as processed dairy products and processed meats. This does not mean that all fats are bad

-Breast cancer is linked too, with the continuous or sequential uses of combined oestrogen plus progestin hormone therapy (CHT)

-Women that have been using oral contraceptives for more than ten years are more vulnerable to the development of this disease.

On the other hand, women doing 4-5 hours of exercises per week reduce their risk of developing breast cancer and this relates to the stronger circulation of oxygen in their breasts..

In short, these facts derive from the statistical analysis; they should not be taken as causative or predisposing factors in any specific case.


Cancer can also be a physical symptom of underlying emotional stress on the mind, the body and the body’s cells. So why does emotional stress cause cancer and why only in some people, instead of all people??

Most people coping with highly stressful or traumatic events or conflicts can do so with relative ease. Although all actually feel the devastating effects of grief and loss, stress, stressful events, trauma, and conflicts, Many can move on with their lives quickly with little effect.

More susceptible metabolisms are common today being highly vulnerable to life’s stresses and trauma, and unable to cope when life throws a tough deal. Perfectionists for example often live in fear of conflict, stress, trauma and loss and are deeply frightened of negative events which they have not anticipated. So life’s surprises can be traumatic. So often it comes back to character types which of course can come partially from DNA.

These types experience inescapable shock and can remain deeply affected by this experience. This type of person has difficulty in expressing inner grief, pain, anger or resentment. They genuinely feel there is no way out of the pain they are feeling inside. So their minds cannot fathom or understand life’s events, They will remain in a state of disbelief or denial, The inner painful feelings are continually perpetuated. The link is to stress hormone levels which will be elevated additionally lowering melatonin and adrenaline levels. This causes a breakdown of the emotional reflex centre in the brain, and allows the beginning of cancer progression in the body.

The cancer personality in this situation feels trapped and unable to escape from the trauma memory stress hormone, cortisol levels skyrocket and remain at high levels, directly suppressing the immune system, whose job it is to destroy cancer cells that exist in every human being. High stress levels generally means a person cannot sleep well, and cannot produce enough Melatonin during deep sleep. Melatonin is responsible for inhibiting cancer cell growth. This means cancer cells are now free to multiply. Adrenaline levels also skyrocket initially, but are then drained and depleted over time. This is especially bad news for the cancer personality.

Adrenaline is responsible for transporting sugar away from cells. And when there is too much sugar in cells of the body, the body becomes acidic. This means normal body cells cannot breathe properly because of low oxygen. Cancer cells thrive in a low oxygen state, as demonstrated by Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg. Cancer cells also thrive on sugar to keep them alive through a process of fermentation. Put simply, too much internal stress causes a depletion of adrenalin, leads to too much sugar in the body, resulting in the perfect environment for cancer cells to thrive in the body.

For the cancer personality, the news of being diagnosed with cancer and the fear and uncertainty of death represents another Inescapable Shock, creating another spike in stress hormone cortisol levels, and a further drop in melatonin and adrenalin levels. There is also a further breakdown of the emotional reflex centre in the brain that causes cells in the corresponding organ to slowly breakdown and become cancerous. In the breakdown the cells begin to feed on the fermented sugar and mutate, losing the normal specific direction that a cell has and so all they know how to do is to reproduce. That is Cancer!.

Learned helplessness is a key aspect of the cancer personality when facing a perceived inescapable shock, and is a strong developmental factor of cancer. Researcher Madelon Visintainer took three groups of rats, one receiving mild escapable shock, another group receiving mild in-escapable shock, and the third no shock at all. She then implanted each rat with cancer cells that would normally result in 50% of the rats developing a tumour. Her results were astonishing.

Within a month, 50% of the rats not shocked at all had rejected the tumour; this was the normal ratio. As for the rats that mastered shock by pressing a bar to turn it off, 70% had rejected the tumour. But only 27% of the helpless rats, the rats that had experienced in-escapable shock, rejected the tumour. This study demonstrates those who feel there is no way out of their shock / loss are less likely to be able to reject tumours forming within their body, due to high levels of stress weakening the immune system. [Seligman, 1998, p.170]

Cancer occurs at the cellular level. And there are a number of factors that create stress on the body’s cells, causing them to become (1) depleted of adrenaline, (2) high in sugar and (3) low in oxygen, where they are more prone to mutate and become cancerous. The higher the sugar content of the cell caused by a depletion of adrenaline, and the lower the oxygen content, the greater the likelihood of normal cells mutating and becoming cancerous.

This type of person needs treatment for the depression. We have found and experienced much research on this and have developed highly successful and special treatments to pass on to students for their further evaluation. Check out our sites on depression.

More on causes, Risk Factors and Safety Precautions

Today’s woman is more knowledgeable and conscientious than ever about the risks of breast cancer. However there is a percentage of brainwashing by the media which is actually misinformation. So look around you for long term success stories with breast cancer.

Age is a risk factor and one or two decades ago it was the main one but now it is poor nutrition and depression. However, all women, regardless of age or race, need to acknowledge the risk of developing it. All women are at risk.

Breast cancer, like other forms of cancer, is a disease of the cells. In all, there are about fifteen different types of breast cancer. Some are more serious than others, There are five recognised developmental stages of breast cancer:

In the first stage cancer cells are present in either the lining of the milk glands (lobules), or in the tubes (ducts) that link the milk glands to the nipple. No cancer cells have spread to the nearby fatty tissue.

In the second stage cancer has spread to nearby fatty tissue in the breast. Tumour size is about 1 centimetre or under; no cancer cells are present in surrounding lymph nodes.

In stage three the size of tumour is 3 to 4 centimetres in diameter and cancer cells may have also spread to nearby lymph nodes.

Stage four cancer is locally advanced. Tumours are approximately 4 centimeters or larger in diameter, or tumours of any size have spread to lymph nodes under the arm or in the chest (above or below the collarbone).

Stage five and the cancer is metastasised, having advanced to other parts of the body.Early detection of breast cancer remains a woman’s best chance of survival, and women of all ages should take advantage of all the resources available.

Every woman should learn all of the risk factors. See article on risk factors.

Every woman should understand there is a cause and there is a cure. As to causes there are hundreds of contributory factors and the more of these which can be avoided the better. Many of them are part of living a day to day life in modern society. The cause of a cell becoming cancerous is when one ore more of the contributory factors causes the cell to become dependant upon fermented sugar for its survival instead of oxygen respiration. At this stage cells lose their direction and know only how to multiply. This then is really cancer.

As to the cure it is a matter of reversing the conditions which allowed the cancer to happen in the first place. Cutting, burning and poisoning through surgery, radiation and chemotherapy are short term solutions.

See the articles on alternative cancer treatment.