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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2014

    The primary cause of cancer is incorrect human environmental con

    The primary cause of cancer is incorrect human environmental conditions

    Devra Davis has done a wonderful job of documenting the known causes of cancer and the extensive web of corporate and government deceit in this area. She states "Most people have no idea that OSHA is a ghost and has been so for years". Having had my health damaged by a large utility solar photovoltaic system in 2009 and interacted with the OSHA system regarding it, I have to support her statement. I was glad to see that electromagnetic fields (EMF) are mentioned and concerns raised regarding the cellular mobile telephone industry. I live in a community that has both cell phone towers and transmitting utility meters and they are extensively affecting the growth of my plants in the garden and inside the home. It is in line with the fatigue and buzzing “microwave” hearing that I display. Is cancer the next step for me? All of this is currently being ignored by the government while Autism has been following the rise of cell phones and cellular towers for the past decade in the USA. Did you know that wireless radiation can act like a growth hormone? I left the workplace in 2011 and that has coincided with regaining a level of health that is comparable to my teenage years. There are no doubts that for many people their workplaces are toxic and that it is affecting their health to the point of inducing cancer into them. This book does a good job of showing you some of the known cancer causing agents that you should be wary of both in the home and workplace environments. It also discusses some of the known cancer causing towns and cities that you should avoid living in. Highly recommended!

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