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Preventing the Big C

We all know someone who has had cancer. The rate is almost 1 out of 2 men and 1 out of 3 women in a lifetime. In 2012 a little over 1.6 million people in America were diagnosed with cancer. Most medicine is focused on early detection, but what about actually preventing getting a cancer diagnosis in the first place? Or if you were previously diagnosed, doing what you can to make sure it doesn’t return? Has it always been this way that so many of us have gotten cancer. It doesn’t appear so. It seems that cancer is a “modern” disease, and that traditional cultures showed little, if any, cancer. Dr.Albert Schweitzer studied over 10,000 traditionally-living Gabon natives in West Africa and never found cancer....