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Ovarian Cancer – The Silent Killer

Ovarian cancer is frequently called the “silent” killer because many times there are no symptoms until the disease has progressed to an advanced stage.

One-third of women in America will get some form of cancer in their lifetime and approximately one and a half percent of those cases will be cancer involving one or both ovaries.

Initial symptoms of ovarian cancer are often mild, making this disease difficult to detect. Some early symptoms may include:

  • Abnormal bleeding
  • An unusual feeling of fullness or discomfort in the pelvic region
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Swelling and pain of the abdomen
  • Unexplainable indigestion, gas or bloating

Most of the time these symptoms do not indicate ovarian cancer.

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Skin Cancer – Melanoma

When skin cancer occurs in either basal cells or squamous cells, it is usually considered non-melanoma.

These cells may either cover the internal or external surfaces of the body, or are located at the base of the outer layer of the skin.

The majority of non-melanoma skin cancers develop in places like the face, ear, neck, lips and even the back of the hands. They may be fast or slow growing, depending on the type, and rarely spread to other parts of the body.

What is melanoma skin cancer?

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Big Questions About Cancer

In the years I have studied the Cancer Financial Industry, a crusade of study that I began after personally witnessing dozens of unnecessary deaths from surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, I have been shocked by the unnecessary over use of “weapons of mass destruction”. 

After years of observation and personal experience, in my mind, this most ruthless and dangerous of financial industries has relentlessly been deployed on the public.

During the course of my research into the “real cancer war”, I discovered there were questions you shouldn’t ask and questions the “experts” most definitely want to avoid.

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