One in three people will be diagnosed with cancer. The standard treatment is chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. According to Ty Bollinger, who lost seven family members to cancer, one patient treated for cancer can bring in $750,000 to $1,000,000 income to the cancer industry.
The medical system tells us that we are winning the war on cancer, and that survival rates are increasing under their care. But manipulation of data has more to do with survival rates than actual time measured on a calendar. For example, a woman with breast cancer is considered cured if she lives for five years after detection. This is why “early detection” is so heavily promoted and mammograms are recommended for women every year (though this recommendation is changing for women under 50 because of the radiation exposure–duh). The earlier cancer is detected, the longer the so-called survival rate. If you die in year six, you’re still counted as having survived.
Another fallacy of the medical model is that tumors represent cancer, and if a doctor cuts out the tumor or shrinks it, then she is healing the patient. Never mind that the patient’s body is being poisoned by indiscriminate toxins and his immune system is being destroyed.
Cancer is a disease of the body, and tumors are only localized fortresses for keeping cancer cells from spreading. Cut into the tumor and you release these cells. Or you can cut out the tumor, but that doesn’t address the underlying diseased state of the body that caused tumor growth in the first place.
I’m sure you’ve all heard of people who had, say, breast cancer that was “cured” only to die from bone cancer. That’s what happened to my neighbor Sandy whose breast cancer was “successfully” treated.
To recover from cancer, you must treat the whole body and bring it back into balance. In this interview, Ty discusses his ideas on what causes cancer, the corruption by and profit to medical and pharmaceutical interests, persecution of those who are curing people, cancer statistics, environmental toxins, and more.
Don’t get caught unprepared should you be diagnosed with cancer. There is hope and there is healing, but only if you know where to look for it.
Total time: 42 minutes.
Ty Bollinger is a CPA, health freedom advocate, cancer researcher, former competitive bodybuilder, and author of the bestselling book Cancer: Step Outside the Box, which has sold over 25,000 copies worldwide. Bollinger has now made it his life mission to share the most remarkable discovery he made on his quest: the vast majority of all diseases, including CANCER, can be easily prevented and even cured without drugs or surgery. Most importantly, Ty Bollinger is a committed Christian, a devoted husband, and the father of three wonderful children. His website is Cancer Truth.