Facts About Cancer:

    40% of Americans develop cancer, only 14% of Active Americans will get cancer.

    In 2016, there are 1,685,210 new cases, with an estimated 595,690 deaths.Populations with the highest sugar ingestion have the highest cancer rates. In 1900 cancer accounted for 3% of the yearly death rate, today: about 24%
    The US has spent $60 billion on cancer research. Only 5% of the approximately $3 billion annual budget for the National Cancer Institute is spent on prevention. Chemotherapy suppresses bone marrow production of the white blood cells and function of your immune system.
    In a study of one million studied over a period of 7 years, alcohol raised the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer by approximately 15%. Limit yourself to one per day- No More!

    Estimated New Cases of Cancer in 2016

Colon Cancer: 134,000
Lung and Bronchus Cancer: 224,000
Breast cancer: 246,660
Prostate Cancer: 181,000
60% of American cancer patients seek alternative therapies.
Duke University: 40% of cancer patients die from malnutrition
Antioxidants increase tumor kill. (See Dr. D’lusky about these antioxidants)
Cancer cells have an increase in the number of sugar receptors.