From Natural News:
A significant number of people who have undergone treatment for cancer over the past several decades may not have ever actually had the disease, admits a new report commissioned by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI). Published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), this government study identifies both overdiagnosis and misdiagnosis of cancer as two major causes of this growing epidemic, which together have led to the needless treatment of millions of otherwise healthy individuals with chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.
The article has more information about the report and includes the opinion that cancer treatments may actually cause and/or accelerate the disease. In addition, there is the statement that cancer may in fact be the body’s attempt to survive, rather than it being an outside attack. This is very interesting. “Official” findings are often accepted with an almost religious fervor. Consider, for example, the high-carb versus low-carb debate. (High-carb won when Congress decided the issue.)
Nevertheless, I find the timing of this report, and others like it, rather suspicious. Isn’t it interesting that these findings, as well as those that advocate fewer breast exams, were released just prior to the start of obamacare? Is this because the government will soon be picking up the tab for medical treatment? After all, cancer treatment costs lots of money and while the healthcare industry may have enjoyed the profits, it may be in the government’s best interest to keep healthcare costs down.