FAQs on Cancer | Most Asked Question

FAQs on Cancer | Most Asked Question

FAQs on Cancer | Most Asked Question

Ques.1 Explain the physiology of cancer.

Ans. When you cut yourself, new cells are produced to replace those lost or eliminated. The reproduction of cells stops when the proper amount has been created. In addition, all cells of the body renew through a process of mutation in a given time. When the cells in a certain part of the body continue reproducing new cells uncontrollably and without any reason is what we call cancer. These cells often move to other parts of the body where they begin to reproduce again in an uncontrolled manner.

The DNA that is found in the nucleus of the cell is responsible for keeping the genetic code of cell growth and reproduction. When this code is influenced negatively by some external agent such as, free radicals, oxidation, smog, pollution, excessive sunlight, etc., it can cause a loss of control in the reproduction of cells. This results in uncontrolled growth of cells.

Ques.2 What are the common symptoms of cancer?

Ans. Most frequently they are: swelling in the form of lumps, whether external or internal that later produce pain and discomfort. This lump of tumor will affect and/or obstruct the passage of air if it is in the lungs and urine if it is in the urinary tract. It will obstruct gastrointestinal functions if it is in the intestine, stomach or colon, etc.

If cancer is caught in time there is a very good chance that it can be cured. For this reason, it is vital that you have regular checkups with your physician.

Ques.3 Tell us, which are the most apparent signs of cancer?

Ans. The most apparent signs of cancer are.
(i) Loss of weight with no apparent cause.
(ii) An ulcer, sore of discoloration of the skin that continues without stopping for 3 weeks.
(iii) Spot on the skin that grows, becomes irritated and bleeds.
(iv) Frequent headaches.
(v) Difficulty in swallowing.
(vi) Persistent hoarseness (throat).
(vii) Cough with blood, difficulty breathing (lungs).
(viii) Persistent abdominal pain (stomach).
(ix) Change in the shape of the testicles.
(x) Blood in urine without pain (kidneys & bladder).
(xi) Change in intestinal habits (going to the bathroom).
(xii) Change in the shape of breasts (lumps).
(xiii) Blood or discharge from the nipples.
(xiv) Vaginal bleeding between menstrual cycles.

Ques.4 What are the suggestions for preventing cancer and helping in its cure?

Ans. To prevent cancer and help cure it, we suggest:
(i) Eating large amounts of garlic in addition to taking Protein
(ii) Take Beta-carotene and vitamins C & E to neutralize free radicals.
(iii) Take Zinc, chromium and selenium.
(iv) Eat a lot of organic fruits and raw vegetables, lower intake of red meats and animal fats.
(v) Eat almonds daily.
(vi) All anti-cancer diets should include large amounts of the following: organic-Whole grains, cauliflower, broccoli and apples.
(vii) Lower the consumption of iron in foods, since excess iron blocks the marcrophagocyte cells that help to repair damaged tissues and eliminate the virus.
(viii) Detoxification therapy is advisable, through cleansing the colon and intestine with a coffee base enema for three consecutive days.
(ix) Eliminate junk food, canned foods, cold cuts, sugar (substitute bee honey or maple). Also eliminate refined flour (use only whole grains) and saturated fats. Eliminate alcohol, coffee and black tea.
(x) You should entirely eliminate the consumption of animal proteins like pork and beef, substituting fresh fish. Lower your consumption of yogurt, milk and its derivatives, as well as peanuts (contain a lot of protein). Many patients improve on this type of diet.
(xi) The ingestion of natural antibiotics like garlic, and Echinacea are very important because they strengthen the immune system.

Ques.5 What is colon cancer?

Ans. When foods lack fiber, they remain in the colon for longer periods of time, increasing the risk of cancer in that area. In addition, excess fats cause the gall bladder to generate acids, these accumulated acids can lead to carcinogenic cancers. Studies done at the Cornell Medical Center of New York concluded that following a diet lower in fats and higher in fiber is the most important nutritional way to prevent colon cancer. The colon prefers fibers that move quickly. Insoluble fibers like those found in raw grains and carrots “fly” through the intestinal system carrying with them any toxic components in their path. The advantage of these fibers is that they minimize the time of contact of carcinogenic agents which can overrun the intestine. Other vegetables that contain anti-cancerous nutrients are: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, whole oats and alfalfa.

Ques.6 What should be eaten in cancer?

Ans. A diet rich in nuts, whole grains, carrots, asparagus, apple juice, broccoli and cauliflower.

Ques.7 What should not be eaten in cancer?

Ans. Eliminate refined or white flour and sugar, as well as junk food and canned food. Do not eat animal protein: never eat pork, hot dogs, smoked meats or peanuts (contain a lot of protein). Exercise daily.

Ques.8 What is Breast cancer?

Ans. This is the most common type of tumor in women, nevertheless it is possible to prevent if a woman practice self examination once a month. The prevention is in your hands:

Ques.9 What are the common indications of Breast cancer?

Ans. The common indications of Breast cancer are.
(i) A lump or ball in the armpit
(ii) Pain in some part of the breast
(iii) Swelling
(iv) Irritation and itching in nipple.
(v) Secretion from nipple.
(vi) Formation of scabs on nipple.
(vii) Red or irritated breast.
(viii) Breast with folds or indentation.
Any of these signs can be caused by a benign tumor (in 90% of the cases) or a cancerous tumor with a good probability or being treatable if it is discovered early.
(i) Abscesses. An infection in the breast.
(ii) Cysts. A tumor of encapsulated liquid commonly formed in the milk ducts.
(iii) Lymphomas. Small limp of fat. Affect the lymphatic system.
(iv) Small lump formed by gland and fiber tissue.
(v) Lymphangitis. Inflammation of the lymph vessels.
(vi) Fibrocystic Brest Disease. Small granule fibers that cause the breast to be hard and tense.

Ques.10 Which Homoeopathic medicines are advisable for cancer?

Ans. Carcinosin is a preventive medicine. Phyto D is commonly used for Breast cancer. Natrum sulph is generally used for leukaemia.

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