Friday, October 19, 2012

THE PANEL REPORT ON REDUCING ENVIRONMENTAL CANCER RISK

US GOVERNMENT COVERTLY SUPPORTS PROP 37 IN PAPER
  
Temecula, CA – As you read today’s news story about cancer and the environment ask yourself how many people do you know have cancer, had cancer, are sick from cancer, or died from cancer. I’m guessing that you know at least one in each column. I do. In 2009 alone, approximately 1.5 million American men, women, and children were diagnosed with cancer, and 562,000 died from the disease. What may surprise you, Dear Reader, is that only 5% of the cancers you can get are hereditary. 95% of existing cancers are environmentally caused!  
With the growing body of evidence linking environmental exposures to cancer, the public is becoming increasingly aware of the unacceptable burden of cancer resulting from environmental and occupational exposures that could have been prevented through appropriate national action.





With nearly 80,000 chemicals on the market in the United States, many of which are used by millions of Americans in their daily lives, exposure to potential environmental carcinogens is widespread and promoted. Most of these chemicals and the genetic engineering aftermath is unstudied/understudied and largely unregulated. What this means is that for all intents and purposes, cancer, whether breast, lung, prostate, brain, skin, and all other exotic cancers, is caused by
what we eat, drink and breathe

The President’s Cancer Panel goes into a lot more detail, which you can read via the live link below, but cutting to the chase, the panel advises everyone to “seize” control of their own health. You see Sports Fans, the government knows they are out of control, so they are, perhaps Freudian-ly, warning people to look out for themselves and be your own activist, in the ‘What We Can Do Now’ sublet.
And now from the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
National Institutes of Health, and the National Cancer Institute




The President's Cancer Panel Report

Coming next is the report on the GMO Chapman College food debate [10/19] in Orange, CA, see previous story.

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