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Breast Cancer Tests Cause Breast Cancer
August 30, 2010, 3:03 am
Filed under: Breast Cancer, Cancer

Breast Cancer Tests Cause Breast Cancer

The August 24, 2010 issue of the journal RADIOLOGY
reveals that new sophisticated breast cancer tests
can cause cancer.

I am no fan of early detection tests. Why? The
New York Times reported the results of an autopsy
study of women who had died pre-maturely, primarily
in car accidents. The November 8, 1994 Times article
(Page C-1) revealed that 39.6 percent of women
between the ages of 40 and 50 actually have breast
cancer although only one percent of women in that
same age group are clinically diagnosed with
breast cancer.

That same study demonstrated that virtually every
adult over age 50 has thyroid cancer, although
these cancers are rarely clinically diagnosed.

In other words, cancer is quite common. The key to
cancer, since everybody has it, is not what causes
it, but what makes it grow. IGF-I is what makes
it grow. See:


New sophisticated techniques have four horrible

1) They scare the hell out of women, sometimes
2) The add unnecessary financial burdens on
individual health care costs;
3) The sometimes induce women to have unnecessary
surgery and mutilation;
4) The tests themselves cause cancer.

The RADIOLOGY publication abstract:


The author’s conclusion:

“A single BSGI (breast-specific gamma imaging test)
or PEM (positron emission mammography test) study is
associated with a fatal radiation-induced cancer risk
higher than or comparable to that of annual screening
mammography in women aged 40–80 years.”

Will such absurdities never end?

Robert Cohen


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