Breast cancer occurs when cells in the breast begin to grow uncontrollably and rapidly. These cells generally form a tumor that can most often be felt under the arm, except in the sporadic inflammatory form of breast cancer, in which the tumor forms in the form of a rash.
Benign tumors are not considered carcinogenic. Their cells are not far from normal in terms of function and appearance. They grow slowly, do not attack the surrounding tissue, and do not spread to other parts of the body. Malignant tumors are considered carcinogenic. If left untreated, malignant cells can easily spread to other parts of the body or metastasize.
Hormones can play a significant role in breast cancer development, but how this happens is not fully understood. Breast cells become cancerous due to mutations in DNA. We need to emphasize that every cell in your body can mutate and increase the risk of developing a cancerous disease. Most of the DNA changes that are associated with breast cancer occur due to a longer period of time and are not immediate.
The symptoms of breast cancer are a change in the nipple and its shape, a change in the feeling when touched, and the feeling of hard tissue when checking the breast itself or the feeling of hard tissue under the nipple.
If you have any of these symptoms, you should consult a doctor so that you can treat the possible disease promptly.
Risk factors for breast cancer
Breast cancer is, in most cases, caused by genetic disorders. In 5-10 percent of cases, cancer is caused by genes you inherited from your mother or father. 85-90 percent of cases are caused by genetic disorders caused by the aging process or some other internal or external factor.
Being a woman is a fact that in itself carries a high dose of risk of breast cancer. The number of women suffering from invasive or non-invasive forms is increasing from year to year.
Other risk factors are age, family history, genetics, radiation shots of the lungs up to 30, changes in the chest, race. Pregnancy history, breastfeeding history, menstrual disorders, use of hormonal therapies, alcohol consumption, large breasts, lack of physical activity, smoking.
On average, about 12.3% of women are diagnosed with breast cancer sooner or later. These are the data obtained in the period from 2010 to 2012.
Regarding the 5-year survival rate, these are the results for breast cancer by stages or stages of this disease:
Phase 1: 98.8%
Phase 2: 85.2%
Phase 3: 52.5%
Phase 4: 26.4%
The best defense against any form of cancer is the immune system. Not only is cancer caused by a weakened immune system, but it also tends to weaken it even more so that it can develop unhindered.
Preparations for the immune system
Beta-glucan is extremely good for the immune system and has shown remarkable results as a therapy for people with cancer. The effect on cancer only begins with beta-glucan. Hundreds of studies have shown that this product can reduce the likelihood of infection, lowers cholesterol, lowers blood sugar, reduces stress, increases anti-body production, heals wounds, helps with radiation therapy and heals damaged parts of the body, reduces mercury levels in the body, helps with diabetes and also acts preventively against the spread of cancer and metastases.
If the cancer is hormone-positive, then natural hormone regulators like perfect DIM and indole 3 carbinol reduce aggressive estrogen and reduce estrogen receptors’ sensitivity on cells.
Artemisinin, which acts on a high iron concentration rich in breast cancer cells, also showed excellent results. With the help of free radicals, Artemisinin neutralizes and kills breast cancer cells.
Also, a good preparation or method of acting on breast cancer is enzyme therapy, in which enzymes are released bromelain, pancreatin, and serrapeptase. These proteolytic enzymes reduce inflammatory processes in the body, reduce swelling, and certain actions in the body affect cancer cells’ envelope by burning certain proteins and thus exposing cancer to the immune system.
Vitamin and mineral support
The following vitamins and minerals are recommended as therapy for breast cancer:
Vitamin C in large doses is an exceptional antioxidant. It helps in tissue regeneration.
Vitamin E is also a powerful antioxidant and helps fight various infections.
Vitamin B6 is crucial for many metabolic processes.
Vitamin A strengthens the functions of the immune system and prevents infections.
Vitamin D supports cell development, supports neuromuscular and immune function in the body, and reduces inflammation.
Selenium reduces the development of some very aggressive types of cancer
ink controls and reduces inflammation in the body.
In addition to vitamin therapy with mineral support, antioxidants are also recommended coenzyme q10, liposomal vitamin C, and vitamin C in sodium ascorbate. Combined with a special diet protocol, all these preparations give outstanding results.