Cancer: Malignant Tumors vs Non-Malignant Tumors
My Uncle A’s recent plain and contrast CT-scan of chest area medical analysis says: “There is a large soft tissue mass lesion noted in the right side of the posterior mediastinum measuring approximately 7.3 x 7.6 x 8.4 cm which shows inhomogeneous enhancement after giving contrast material.”
First comment is a contrast CT-scan was done. CT-scan, meaning hi energy x-rays hundreds or thousands of times as many exposures as a regular x-ray.
Second comment, “contrast” with the CT-scan means a poisonous dye was injected in my Uncle A’s blood to be able to get better contrast in the CT-scan. This poison dye needs to be expelled by the kidneys which of course takes a big hit.
So just on the diagnostic procedure alone, large amount of harm was done.
Now on to the tumor. The common western medical hospital business model is after selling you their expensive and harmful CT-scan, the next offer is a needle biopsy. What is a needle biopsy? The hospital manual thinks that needle biopsies are a “harmless” method of inserting a metal needle into the mass and extracting a sample of that tissue. The sample tissue is then studied in a laboratory to find out if cells are malignant or non-malignant.
First disagreement: A needle biopsy is never harmless. The purpose of tumors is to encapsulate poisons / toxins to keep them from harming / polluting the blood. People are kept alive by the formation of tumors because in the body’s wisdom, this is what keeps you healthy. The body dissolves and eats away at the poisons given the opportunity in the future.
A needle biopsy punctures the tumor / poison bag which now will leak out the poisons which will now pollute the body… because of the needle biopsy puncture wound.
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