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Primary and secondary tumors

Posted on by Craig Stellpflug in Uncategorized Leave a comment

The two types of tumors are primary and secondary. Primary tumors have their beginning in a particular tissue or organ system and these tumors can be either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Benign tumors just hang out and don’t do much to hurt you, but they can turn into malignant tumors when you cut them, stab them and throw chemicals and radiation at them to “treat” them. Secondary tumors begin in another part of your body and then travel to unrelated tissues and organs. Secondary tumors are called metastatic and are usually malignant, fast growing, and unfortunately, a lot more common. Keep in mind that cancer never was a disease in the first place. Cancer is merely a symptom of things gone wrong in the body. Try as they might, medical science will never cure cancer under the false assumption that some undeveloped, undiscovered drug or medical procedure will make cancer magically go away. No manmade chemical can undo cancer, replenish nutrient deficiency, restore body systems, detoxify and rebuild organs and tissues. This is simply not how life works.

When you are ready to do more than just treat symptoms and are ready to treat the causes, give us a call. ~ via Cancer Nutritionist Craig Stellpflug, NDC

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You can't undo decades of health neglect with a drug or surgery...

You can’t undo decades of health neglect with a drug or surgery…


What is a tumor anyhow?

Posted on by Craig Stellpflug in Cancer Leave a comment

Tumors are basically a growth of tissue in or on the body that have no physiological function. Tumors generally come from a rapid proliferation of cells. Malignant tumors are a growth that lead to physical deterioration or death. Cancer metastasis it the process whereby tumors, like lung cancer tumors for instance, invade another body system, like the bone, and then have the potential to invade yet other tissues, like the brain, liver, intestines and etc. Tumors do not cause death unless and until they interfere with critical body functions or causes secondary septicemia (blood poisoning) that the immune system is too weak to fight. Many deaths attributed to cancer mortality statistics are actually caused by radiation and chemotherapy cancer treatments. Chemotherapy alone accounts for 25% of all “cancer deaths”.

All tumors are not deadly - just the deadly ones...

All tumors are not deadly – just the deadly ones…