Cancer and cancer treatments are very controversial subjects.
Most people who get into the “cancer system” have no idea what they are in for or the real efficacy of the treatment they are being prescribed.
One such subject that should be thought of is: Should biopsies be done for suspected cancer? Is there a risk in spreading the cancer from the biopsy itself? Are there other ways to diagnose cancer without doing a biopsy?
A very interesting You Tube video by Dr. Pamela Popper PhD, ND, addresses the subject of “can biopsies spread cancer?”
It’s only ten minutes and I think you will be shocked by what the medical literature shows.
We routinely find that sending blood samples for circulating cancer cells gives us a diagnosis of cancer without a biopsy.
It is one approach that can be taken, and I think should be considered in anyone who has suspected cancer.
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