Why Doctors Are Rethinking Breast-Cancer Treatment

  Too much chemo. Too much radiation. And way too many mastectomies By Siobhan O’Connor October 1, 2015 “What if I decide to just do nothing?” It was kind of a taunt, Desiree Basila admits. Not the sort of thing that usually comes out of the mouth of a woman who’s just been diagnosed with […]...

Countless teenage girls suffer paralysis, blood clots, brain damage and chronic pain from force-vaccination of Gardasil’s HPV “shot in the dark”

Natural News, Friday, March 17, 2017 by: S.D. Wells A sexually transmitted disease called human papillomavirus (HPV) is the only form of cancer known to be contagious, but what the medical community won’t tell parents of teenagers and preteens is that HPV is easily defeated by a normal functionin...