"The Cancer Industry is in a "tumor tizzy". Most practitioners are so obsessed with shrinking the size of a tumor that they miss the mark completely. You see, chemotherapy does shrink tumors; that is true. However, despite the fact that oncologists are successfully able to shrink tumors, oftentimes the cancer patient still dies. But why? The reason is the tumor size has nothing to do with curing cancer. The tumor is like the "check engine" light in your car. It appears only after a problem has developed, but the light itself is not the problem. Do you smash the light, or do you attempt to fix the underlying problem? A tumor is just a signal that something has gone terribly wrong in the body...it is just the tip of the iceberg."
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