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Cancer has increased from a rare illness to a common disease diagnosed in nearly half of all people within a century or two - the blink of an eye in human history. We live in toxic times; in fact, our modern, civilized world is the most toxic in the history of humanity. Cancer, along with other modern diseases of civilization, is largely caused by toxicity and inflammation.
Cancer cells feed on toxic waste, and the tumor thus serves a purpose: to keep us alive when we are in danger of imminent poisoning. The tumor is so important that the body provides it with a blood supply. The body needs the tumor, and that is why tumor-centered therapies such as chemo, radiation, and surgery have had such poor success rates.