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Treatments for DCIS can cause cancer

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(NaturalNews) According to the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, DCIS is "Ductal Cell Carcinoma in Situ", a condition of abnormal, non-cancerous cells found in the milk ducts which have not spread to nearby tissues. It is often referred to as a "pre-cancer" condition, according to allopathic medicine.

DCIS on the rise

Because of the push for mammograms, DCIS in the United States rose from 1.87 per 100,000 to 32.5 in 2004. DCIS was rarely found and diagnosed before the 1980s, but with the increased poking and prodding in the breast area that comes with a typical mammogram procedure, the incidence of DCIS has now come to represent 25 percent of all diagnosed breast cancers. Statistically, the risk of dying from DCIS only within five years is a mere 0.7 percent.

The question surrounding DCIS is: Even though the condition itself is technically not cancer, is it possible that all the "treatment" options administered aggravate and increase the risk of developing actual breast cancer? The answer is a resounding YES!

The conventional treatments for DCIS are similar to those for breast cancer. They include radiation, lumpectomies and the use of Tamoxifen, a common breast cancer hormone therapy drug.

Understandably, women who have been diagnosed with DCIS are often puzzled and confused as to why they are being treated as if they have invasive breast cancer. Is this simply another example of the "assembly line" mentality that modern medicine promotes?

DCIS and breast cancer: The treatments can be the cause

The following are some common conventional treatments for DCIS and their side effects:

1.) Radiation through mammogram and radiation treatment

Mammograms emit low-dose radiation and repeated exposure increases breast cancer risk. The very "treatment" of radiation therapy itself increases your risk of developing breast cancer.

2.) Lumpectomy

A lumpectomy is a surgical procedure. It is an established fact that surgery breaches the natural barriers that encase a tumor which enables cancer cells to escape and spread. The trauma of surgery stimulates tumor cell growth as well and reduces natural killer cell activity that is designed to destroy cancer cells.

3.) Tamoxifen

Tamoxifen is classified as a carcinogen by both the World Health Organization and the American Cancer Society. Tamoxifen doubles (and in some cases quadruples) the risk of endometrial cancer within a five-year period and has also been linked to increased risk of stomach cancer, colon cancer, blood clots, fatty liver, memory impairment and low sex drive.

Fortunately there are some respected breast cancer specialists that have a "wait and see" attitude when it comes to DCIS. Active surveillance may prevent unnecessary treatment and emotional distress if a person has been diagnosed with DCIS.

What to do after a DCIS diagnosis

It is important not to give in to the fear tactics that conventional medicine may put out there in regards to a DCIS diagnosis. Instead, research is vital as is listening to the "messages" of the body itself. There are many tools available that are non-invasive, safe and accurate. Procedures such as thermography or protein and enzyme tests such as the Oncoblot or the Cancer Profile, which measure hormone as well as enzyme levels, are logical first steps. Making sure iodine and vitamin D levels are optimal is important as is improving diet and lifestyle overall in order to support the immune system and detoxification pathways.

Supporting the body with specific herbs and supplements that are in line with "The 7 Essentials System™" for healing the body naturally may be the key to turning a diagnosis around. As stated before, the chances of developing breast cancer from DCIS alone are less than 1 percent. Time is on the side of the patient when it comes to DCIS.











About the author:
Dr. Veronique Desaulniers (�Dr. V�) is a best-selling author and specialist in Chiropractic, Bio-Energetics, Meridian Stress Analysis, Homeopathy and Digital Thermography. After 30 years in active practice, she decided to �retire� and devote her time to sharing her personal, non-toxic Breast Cancer healing journey with others. Her years of experience and research have culminated in �The 7 Essentials� �, a step-by-step coaching program that unravels the mystery of healing the body. Her website and personal healing journey have touched the lives of thousands of women around the globe. To get your F.R.E.E. 7-day mini e-course and to receive her weekly inspiring articles on the power of Natural Medicine, visit

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