The Rise of Cancer
Cancer patients surge by 20% in five years with diagnosis every 90 seconds. Almost three million people are living with cancer in Britain after rates soared by a fifth in five years. A patient is diagnosed with cancer every 90 seconds on average, a study by Macmillan Cancer Support found. The current 2.9 million will rise to almost 3.5 million by 2025, it estimates – with health services already struggling with chronic staffing shortages.
You would think alarm bells would be going off in government. But no, drug companies are making billions treating cancer. Scientist are working hard to find a 'cure'. But who is doing anything about prevention? Prevention is better than cure.
Drugs are not the answer, good nutrition and less chemicals are the answer.
11 Feb 2020