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Breast Cancer causes

Knowing what caused your Breast Cancer is important because if you can identify the cause you can do something about it in some cases. For example, grief following the death of a loved one up to a few years prior to a diagnosis may be the cause. Talking to a counsellor may help you come to terms with your loss and thereby contribute to healing and recovery.

For some people the cancer may be caused by a parasite picked up years ago in a foreign country. Taking a good parasite cleanse may be a first step to healing.

Of course, the cause of your cancer may be beyond your control – your age, for example.

Whatever the cause, there are steps you can take to increase your odds of a full recovery including a healthy diet, daily exercise, and more.

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Breast cancer risk factors

There are a number of other possible causes that will keep fuelling your cancer unless you identify and eliminate them. You can find them at Identify and Remove whatever is fuelling your cancer

Mayo Clinic
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
National Breast Cancer Foundation

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Breast Cancer

Updated 2024

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