Study: Cancer Caused By Environmental Factors Such As Smoking, Radiation And Toxic Chemicals, Not ‘Bad Luck’

H/t Reader squodgy:

“Are they waking up to what we already know?

THEY have been poisoning us excessively since before WWll, subsidising the Sugar industry, interfering with vaccines, adding benzene to all skin products, giving students, soldiers, sailors free tobacco products knowing they were addictive, banning cannabis products, setting supplement vitamin RDA levels so low they cannot possibly be of any use……”

Fluoride in toothpaste, pesticides, drinking water, drugs (chemotherapy, antidepressants), etc. is just one of many cancer causing substances:

“Fluoride causes more human cancer, and causes it faster, than any other chemical.”
– Dean Burk, Chief Chemist Emeritus, US National Cancer Institute

Dr. Dean Burk Former Head Of National Cancer Institute Research: ‘Fluoridated Water Amounts To Public Murder On A Grand Scale’ (Video)

See also:

Fluoride Used In U.S. Water Supplies Contaminated With Lead, Tungsten, Strontium, Aluminum And Uranium


Cancer caused by environmental factors such as smoking, radiation and toxic chemicals, not ‘bad luck’, study reveals:

Researchers blame modern lifestyles for causing 90 per cent of cancers

Modern lifestyles are causing 90 per cent of cancers, according to new research.

Poor diet, a lack of exercise, stress and pollution are cited as the main contributory factors for the majority of cancers of the lung, breast and prostate.

Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York looked at the genetic “fingerprints” of several cancers to try to work out how much of the risk was associated with environmental factors, The Times reported.

And in a paper published in the science Journal Nature they estimated that up to 90 per cent of the most common cancers were caused by external factors rather than cellular mistakes in the body.

Among the external factors are pollution, ultraviolet radiation and stress and then factors within people’s own control such as diet and exercise.

The results point to a healthier lifestyle as a key component to reduce your risk of cancer.

Giving up smoking, taking regular exercise and eating well could all be used as preventative measures in the fight against cancer.

Cancers occur when defective DNA in a cell makes it grow at a rapid rate. This can be caused by stresses on the cell or copying errors within the cell.

A study by Cancer Research UK earlier this year found about 40 per cent of cancer cases could have been prevented by a healthier lifestyle

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