If we’ve learned one thing about cancer and mainstream treatment of this multi-various disease in recent years, it’s that the treatments the medical establishment is selling us are not good enough. Don’t even get us started on the sham of chemotherapy or the suppression of natural treatments which do no harm.
Fortunately, we have learned more than just one thing. Charles Kwang, creator of Kwang Wellness, has offered some compelling insights about an aspect of health and cancer prevention that you don’t hear about from the conventional experts- namely- tissue margins.
Kwang says, “Whoever controls the margin for cancer controls cancer.”
In cancer medicine, a margin means the edge of a section of tissue removed during a surgical procedure. Pathologists frequently analyze surgical tissue margins looking for the presence or influence of cancer. What they learn from their examinations of tissue margins determines the direction of further treatment.
A pathologist’s tissue margin report will generally indicate one of the following;
- The tissue is clear. This means there is no sign of the presence or the influence of cancer on the tissue removed. No additional surgery should be required in this instance.
- The tissue shows positive for cancer. Here, cancer cells are present within the removed tissue. A positive reading means further surgery is needed to remove more cancer cells.
- The tissue reads close. This indicates that the influence of nearby cancer cells has been detected. It means that an area very nearby has a high probability of harboring cancer cells.
If you imagine a circular piece of tissue, you might think of it as being like a kind of radar scope by which a physician can guide the direction of further treatments. The location of cancer affected margins of the tissue indicate the direction of the nearest possible existing cancer cells.
It’s a bit like groping around in the dark- with an outstretched scalpel. But it is a solid and reliable method of obtaining leads on further treatment for cancer patients who have undergone surgery.
What we’re talking about here is cutting, and with cutting there are always risks. When a surgeon cuts into a cancerous tumor, it increases the likelihood that the cancer will spread. Cutting into a cancerous specimen is never the intention, but a risk.
However, because cancer is not always easy to detect- especially around its edges- cutting the tumor is a risk. The surgeon always wants to cut non-cancerous tissue- this is why margins offer a useful degree of information to the pathologist. But the surgeon also wants to cut as little healthy tissue as possible. Striking the balance is always a challenge.
Kwang talks about the importance of boosting lymph function since the lymphatic system is the body’s best defense against all manner of cancer.
He says, “When the lymph has stopped working — it stops draining the acidity because it is so toxic. When you restore the lymph system, then the acidity starts draining.”
The problem is, when a patient is undergoing chemotherapy, the lymphatic system will be weaker than at any other time. This is a big part of why we are so critical of chemotherapy- it damages the body’s ability to fight cancer the way it is meant to.
Restoring the lymphatic system takes time- time the cancer patient may not have. But doing so is, according to Kwang, “… the closest I’ve been to a cure. It’s an encouragement that we’re on the right track.”
What we find encouraging is the growing sentiment among conventional medical thinkers to look at improving the body’s natural cancer-fighting mechanisms- rather than focusing only on cutting, burning, and drugging the patient.
With this in mind, no one has to wait to develop tumors and be diagnosed with cancer to boost the lymphatic system. You can start strengthening your body’s cancer-fighting powers right now.
Start by eating fruits and veggies that are rich in anti-oxidants. There are so many out there that finding foods that suit your taste is not a problem. Blueberries, dark chocolate, pecans, spinach, strawberries, cherries, kale…the list of anti-oxidant rich foods goes on and on. These foods stimulate your body into creating the antibodies that kill cancer.
It’s important to understand that we are always developing and fighting off cancer cells. With an average cell count in your body of around 30 trillion, the mathematical certainty that cancer is developing in any human being is very real. Yet most people do not have what we tend to call a case of cancer. What this means is the body’s ability to prevent the growth of significant tumors must never be underestimated.
Take care of your lymphatic system and it will take care of you.
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