surgery

  1. [SCARY!] Just say “NO!” to this type of surgery

    Mainstream medicine has a new toy…

    And just like any child with a new toy, they want to play with it everywhere.

    For you, that’s bad news. Even the FDA has issued a warning to patients AND doctors about this latest experiment.

    This new toy is a robotic surgery. The idea is taking the knife, quite literally, out of the hands of surgeons.

    Mainstream medicine is doing its best to shove this new surgery down your throat. They’re trying to leapfrog the usual protocols and get it into surgery centers everywhere.

    But here’s the honest truth: surgery – whether this new robotic surgery or “traditional”—should always be used as a LAST RESORT!

    Robotic surgery as a cancer treatment

    Robotic surgery is currently in-use for some basic surgeries, but the FDA has not cleared it for cancer treatments.

    Yet mainstream medicine is practically on its hands and knees begging to get their robots in every cancer surgery. After all, each surgery costs TENS of THOUSANDS of dollars.

    They’re especially itching to use them for mastectomies.

    Why?

    Because from 2005 to 2013, there was a 36 percent increase in mastectomies, and double mastectomies tripled.

    More alarming is many of these procedures were done “just in case.” Let me be perfectly clear: under no circumstances should you cut off a part of your body because you think you might get cancer – especially mastectomies. The science is stacked against them.

    There’s been no proof quality of life improves after getting a breast removed.

    If you do have breast cancer, try this first…

    Four natural ways to FIGHT BACK against breast cancer (No surgery required)

    The first way to attack cancer is to get your immune system humming.

    To do that, try exercising five times a week for 30 minutes at a time. All you need to do is elevate your heart level for that long – which you can achieve with walking… biking… gardening… or even cleaning your house!

    And since sleepis when your body repairs itself, you should be getting between seven and nine hours each night.

    What’s more, there are two key nutrients you can turn to: vitamin C and sulforaphane. Both are present in broccoli, but it’s difficult to get enough from diet alone.

    In one study, injecting 50 mg/kg of sulforaphane for two weeks cut down breast cancer tumor cells by 50 percent!

    And intravenous vitamin C has also shown the ability to obliterate cancer cells. Better yet, if it doesn’t outright kill them, it weakens cancer cells so they can be dealt with more effectively through mainstream treatments.

    All of these options can help you DITCH breast cancer without an unnecessary, risky surgery.

  2. Could "going under" drain your brain?

    If you've ever gone under the knife, you know that when you "come to" after the anesthesia, your brain can feel pretty darn foggy.

    You may be confused about the day and time... struggle for words... or even forget why you're in the hospital in the first place!

    That brain scramble (a.k.a. "postoperative cognitive dysfunction") is pretty common right after surgery.

    Docs generally believe that the confusion wears off within a day or two once the anesthesia's fully left your system. You probably even FEEL back to your old self once you're back home.

    But according to a new study, that brain fog may never fully lift -- because going under the knife may make LASTING changes to your memory that mimic cognitive decline.

    In the study, researchers measured the memory and executive function of nearly 1,000 middle-aged folks, none of whom had any cognitive dysfunction at the start of the study.

    Four years later, they repeated the tests -- but the catch was that in between the two testing periods, about a third of the participants had undergone surgery.

    Among the surgery group, 18 percent of them scored worse on the second memory test than on the first. In comparison, only 10 percent of those in the non-surgery group had lower memory test scores the second time around.

    Now, even though that difference between the two groups may sound small, it's actually statistically significant. And that tells us that while everyone's memories decline somewhat with the passage of time, surgery seemed to speed up the process!

    Not only that, but the more surgeries that participants had undergone in the prior decade, the worse their memory scores.

    That means that EACH surgery you have could chip away at your precious memories a little bit more!

    And that makes sense -- because previous studies have shown that anesthetics actually activate memory-loss receptors in your brain.

    Plus, surgeries ramp up your body's inflammatory response, and we know that ongoing inflammation is a risk factor for cognitive decline.

    Now, I'm not saying that surgery should NEVER be an option. Obviously, certain surgeries really save lives.

    But the mainstream is often too quick to cut you open.

    Even if you emerge from the operating room sharp as a tack, surgery always comes with the risk of internal bleeding... nasty secondary infections... and even heart damage.

    And you want to avoid being laid up in pain for weeks, dependent on others to care for you.

    Going under the knife should always be a LAST resort -- after you've tried natural approaches to heal the root cause of whatever ails you.

    Later today, I'll have something else you can do to help preserve your precious memories. Stay tuned to the next edition of eTips, coming this afternoon.

  3. Surgery can damage your heart

    Even minor operations can tax your ticker Happy New Year. I wish you happiness and health for the coming year. It's about that time when everyone will be talking about their New Year's resolutions -- for most, it will involve losing weight. But you may have something else on your "to do" list for 2018 -- and if it involves...
  4. Blood banking reduces surgery risk

    When you’re going in for surgery, you’ve got a lot of preparations to make. But what happens in the case of an emergency and there’s no time to plan the procedure? Here’s how to stay safe, no matter what sends you into the operating room.
  5. 70% of double mastectomies are pointless

    No medical justification for more than two-thirds of double mastectomies, a new medical review finds.
  6. Mainstream medicine defends aggressive cancer treatment

    There's a fool born every minute -- don't be one of them There's a reason cowboys in the Old West played poker with their cards in one hand and a six-shooter in the other. Because there's nothing a strong-backed, red-blooded American hates more than a card cheat trying to swindle him out of his hard-earned dough. Well, it's time for...
  7. Are you too fat to beat cancer?

    A new Oxford study claims overweight people are 30% less likely to survive cancer.
  8. Mainstream test keeps prostate cancer patients in the dark

    A new DNA test claims to reveal whether your prostate cancer is likely to return -- but you only get the results AFTER surgery and radiation.
  9. Impotence from radiation may be irreversible

    A new study proves that Big Pharma has no answers for men left with erectile dysfunction after radiation for prostate cancer.
  10. Men who skip prostate cancer surgery usually die of something else

    Even if you skip prostate cancer surgery, you're 50% more likely to die of ANY other cause -- and usually not for years.

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