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Aluminium poisoning us daily

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The Cancer-Causing Metal Millions Eat, Wear or Have Injected Into Their Kids

Aluminum is considered by most health authorities perfectly acceptable to eat, wear as an antiperspirant, and inject into your body as a vaccine adjuvant, but new research indicates it has cancer-causing properties, even at levels 100,000 times lower than found in certain consumer products.

A concerning new study published in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry demonstrates clearly that exposure to aluminum can increase migratory and invasive properties of human breast cancer cells. This has extremely important implications, because mortality from breast cancer is caused by the spread of the tumor and not from the presence of the primary tumor in the breast itself. This profound difference, in fact, is why a groundbreaking new National Cancer Institute commissioned expert panel recently called for the complete reclassification of some types of non-progressive 'breast cancer' and 'prostate cance…

Blood pressure meds - more than double breast cancer risk

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If you are a woman and you take calcium channel blockers like amlodipine (Norvasc) or nicardipine (Cardene) to manage your high blood pressure, you could be putting yourself at serious risk of developing breast cancer. This is according to a new study recently published in the journal, JAMA Internal Medicine, which found that women who take such drugs have about a 250 percent increased risk of developing some of the most common types of breast cancer compared to other women.


Dr. Christopher Li and his colleagues from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, learned this after evaluating several groups of women, some of whom currently have breast cancer and have been taking calcium channel blocker drugs for many years. Compared to women not taking the drugs, the drugged-up women were found to be significantly more likely to have either ductal or lobular breast cancer.

As covered by Reuters, the observational study involved nearly 3,000 women, 905 of whom had…