Thursday, 27 September 2007

Toxic metal exposure and breast cancer

As a breast cancer sufferer in 1997 facing the horror that black diagnosis brings to your own life and your family, any research which can throw a light onto its causes and treatment is welcomed by me.

I was diagnosed with what the oncologist called a fast growing Grade 3 breast cancer in January 1997 and went on to have surgery in February, started a daily radiotherapy routine shortly after, then had months of chemotherapy and Tamoxifen.

Knowing the history now of heavy metals in vaccines, particularly Thimerosal with its 49.6% Mercury since 1930, and my own reaction to that vaccine as a baby, I am not surprised I ended up with jaundice as a teenager and breast cancer in my forties.

New ways of looking at the epidemic of these conditions and others including disorders such as ADHD, Autism, Tics, speech and language impairments, allergies etc are urgently needed.

In an advanced world with the Pharmaceutical Industry earning billions we should not have epidemics of such problems. Something seems to be going very wrong.

Perhaps we could start by looking at conflicts of interest with Big Pharma crossing boundaries in Government departments and funding the big studies whilst ignoring the clinical facts of individual cases.

Meanwhile its down to every individual to do their homework and make their own decisions about what they want to do with their own bodies.