I Will Not Be Pinkwashed: Komen's Race Is For Money, Not Cure
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Sorry, this stuff really bothers me.
The only thing I would advocate as far as the “awareness” train goes would be the importance of self breast exams. Obviously, you should always be looking out for changes in your body that might signal illness. But if I were to discover anything suspicious, I would be very, very careful about just who I put my potentially ill body in the hands of — I certainly would not want a conventional doctor to swoop in like a vulture and push a bunch of dangerous and nonsensical “treatments” down my throat that will only make me sicker and cause me to live miserably.
Stop the lies! There are already cures for cancer!
Breast cancer, along with other cancers, is being treated and cured successfully every day with alternative therapies, and have been for quite some time. But do big corporations and organizations like Susan G. Komen stand to profit off of those treatments? Of course not. So we aren’t hearing about them.
Even modern advancements in safe and effective cancer cures are being found — and thwarted by the FDA and the pharmaceutical giants (in which Komen has monetary stock, remember?) which support such government agencies.
I strongly encourage everyone to watch the documentary film, Burzynski the Movie: Cancer is Serious Business, for an eye-opening look into what happens when cancer cures are actually found (their creators are faced with a prison sentence). The film documents the work of Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, a medical doctor and biochemist who has discovered the genetic mechanism that can cure most human cancers. For a limited time, you can actually watch the film in its entirety online for free.
Prevention is the best cure
More importantly, what the medical establishment fails to recognize is that cancer is largely preventable. And Susan G. Komen for the Cure is no exception to such ignorance. There are no mentions of eating healthy foods, getting proper levels of cancer-preventing Vitamin D, or cutting out sugar — the substance that feeds cancer cells — in any of its “public health education” efforts. Even though these are scientifically proven ways to prevent cancer.
I am looking at another image: pink cupcakes. This is not how you fight breast cancer.
No. We are simply told to accept that our likelihood of getting breast cancer amounts to little more than a genetic roll of the dice. So we must continue to "hope" for a cure, in case the die are cast unfavorably against us.
The harsh reality is that Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a major player in the multi-billion-dollar industry that is cancer. If a cure for cancer is found (or acknowledged), the industry would collapse, and those billions would not be made anymore.
You're free to draw your own conclusions, but as for me, I don't believe that Susan G. Komen's mission is truly "for the cure."
Emily Michelle writes about natural health and real nutrition at her website, ButterBeliever.com.