The traditional view has been that cancer is a bump or a lump which has developed in the body over a period of time due to cells going out of control. Upon this understanding, it is conventionally treated by cutting (surgery), poisoning (chemo) or burning (radiotherapy) or a combination thereof. In most cases, the cancer growth returns, usually more aggressively because these treatments act very harshly upon an already compromised, devitalised body which is what allowed the cancer to develop in the first place. In the short term, these methods remove the cancerous growth and appear as cures. But in the long term, they put the body in a much more compromised and precarious state.
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