(NaturalNews) The breast cancer industry operates a racist medical racket that exploits black women for corporate profits, charges consumer health advocate Mike Adams in a newly-published online report: Breast Cancer Deception
The report, available now at www.NaturalNews.com
reveals the obvious reason why black women suffer higher rates of breast cancer (with greater mortality) than whites. It also charges the breast cancer industry with intentionally denying black women access to the information they need to prevent nearly 8 out of 10 cases of breast cancer using a simple nutrient available for free that's actually manufactured by the human body under the right conditions. The report is available online now at:www.NaturalNews.com/Report_Breast_Cancer_Dece...
"The breast cancer industry is dominated by wealthy white men who are, in my view, exploiting the bodies of low-income black women in order to generate obscene corporate profits," Adams said. "The industry refuses to educate black women about the real reasons why their cancers are more severe than white women, and it simultaneously refuses to teach black women the simple, natural solution to breast cancer prevention that can reduce national breast cancer rates by over 75 percent."
Adams backs up his assertions with charts from the National Cancer Institute as well as considerable research into the effects of vitamin D on the halting of cancer tumor growth. By combining three simple observations -- the sunlight blocking capacity of darkly pigmented skin, ultraviolet light intensity at geographic latitudes, and recent research showing vitamin D's ability to prevent cancer
tumors from growing -- Adams has pieced together a powerful, yet obvious explanation for why black men and women experience far more serious cancers than whites. The cancer industry, meanwhile, remains baffled by the difference and claims to not understand why black women
experience more severe cancers than white women.
The real explanation for the difference? Chronic vitamin D deficiency caused by darker skin pigmentation, indoor work environments, and dark-skinned people living at Northern latitudes (such as the Northern half of the United States, Canada or the U.K.) where sunlight intensity is greatly reduced. These factors explain why virtually all black children being born in the United States today are vitamin D deficient (see article
) and why black women suffer such severe cases of breast cancer. Vitamin D circulating in the blood has the ability halt breast cancer tumor growth, but chronic deficiency allows cancer tumors to grow unregulated.
The breast cancer
industry, Adams says, feeds upon the nutritional ignorance of black women and even seeks to keep them ignorant where they can be exploited through a system of "medical slavery" that transforms the bodies of black women
into cash-generating machines for pharmaceutical companies and cancer non-profit groups. Pink ribbon products are a "sham" says Adams, and many of the products promoted with pink ribbons actually cause cancer, he says. Furthermore, no consumers seem to know where the pink ribbon donation money is actually going or whether it's doing any good. "One thing for sure is that nobody is bothering to fund educational campaigns that would teach black women how to actually prevent breast cancer and avoid the disease altogether."
The cancer industry, Adams says, is banking on the continuation of the disease and simply cannot afford to have 80 percent of black women avoid breast cancer entirely. "The loss in revenues and jobs to the cancer industry would be devastating," he explains. "Keeping cancer alive and well is a matter of survival for the cancer industry which is now focused entirely on generating profits, not preventing cancer," Adams charges.
Additional details are revealed in Adams' special report, Breast Cancer Deception
, which is available now at: www.NaturalNews.com/Report_Breast_Cancer_Dece...
The report is available free of charge, and Adams earns no money from any of the numerous anti-cancer product recommendations made in the report. Permission has been granted to readers to redistribute the report to those who desperately need the information.