If you’ve been noticing promotions about the annual October Breast Cancer Awareness scam that features all sorts of fund raising activities by Susan G. Komen for the Cure and other fund raisers, here’s something to consider written by Mike Adams for a Natural News article published April 22, 2010:
“The cancer industry isn’t even looking for cures for cancer, folks. The cancer scam is just too profitable. It’s a sweet gig and they’re raking in billions of dollars from gullible consumers who continue to be victimized by this fraudulent cancer industry and its dishonest non-profit front groups.” (more…)
The history of Breast Cancer Awareness Month’s surprising origins is a matter of the public record:
“NBCAM was founded in 1985 as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries (now part of AstraZeneca, maker of several anti-breast cancer drugs). The aim of the NBCAM from the start has been to promote mammography as the most effective weapon in the fight against breast cancer.” ~ Wikipedia
If you doubt Wikipedia as a reliable source, visit the NBCAM website and try to contact them. It will be AstraZeneca that you will required to connect with, as evidenced by the screenshot below.
AstraZeneca, manufacturer of the blockbuster breast cancer drugs Arimidex and Tamoxifen, founded the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, in order to promote the widespread adoption of x-ray mammography, whose horrors we have documented elsewhere. (more…)
It is time for the truth to be told about Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The organization is, flatly stated, engaged in fraud. Funded by drug companies and mammogram manufacturers, the organization preys upon women in order to grow its own financial power while feeding female victims into the conventional cancer industry grinder.
All across America, men and women participate in “run for the cure” events, raising tens of millions of dollars each year that go into the hands of Komen for the Cure. What these people don’t know is that much of that money is spent on “free” mammograms. Those mammograms, in turn, actually cause breast cancer because they subject women to high doses of ionizing radiation. (more…)
You’ve probably seen billboards that proclaim “Race for the Cure.” There are a multitude of false presuppositions in this statement, but let’s start with the obvious — the myth that there is a “cure” to the disease being fought by the race. Let’s take breast cancer as the disease of choice, for example. The slogan on these billboards presupposes that there is a chemical cure for breast cancer just waiting to be discovered, and if we could just turn over enough rocks, we could find this magical cure and all live happily ever after without breast cancer. (more…)
October is breast cancer awareness month. It was created to help fund the burgeoning breast cancer industry. To achieve their ends of putting more and more money into the pockets of Big Pharma and people at the top of pseudo-charity corporations, there are no limits. (more…)