Breakthrough: How to Detect Cancer Super Early! – Cancer Defeated

Breakthrough: How to Detect Cancer Super Early!

By Lee Euler / October 21, 2015

By Andrew Scholberg  

This is the first of two reports about the 2015 Cancer Control Convention and Doctors’ Symposium, held over Labor Day weekend at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, Universal City, California

One of the most compelling speakers at the 2015 Cancer Control Society’s Convention and Doctors’ Symposium was Jenny Hrbacek, R.N., who worked as a neonatal nurse. She made a bold promise: “I’m going to tell you how to detect cancer the size of a pin point.”

Here’s what she had to say. . .

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Jenny’s own story of cancer survival led to her quest to find ways to detect cancer years before the cancer shows up on conventional tests. When she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was shocked to learn that it had been developing in her body for about seven or eight years. She had always had an annual medical exam, and each year the doctor had told her everything was “fine.”

She wondered how her health could be “fine” year after year, according to a doctor’s assessment of her annual exams, and then suddenly she’s diagnosed with a wicked case of cancer.

Her experience is typical. Even when conventional doctors diagnose early stage cancer, the reality is that the disease has been present for years. Before that, it’s simply too small to find – for them.

How this cancer patient “got smart”

After undergoing surgery Jenny submitted to four rounds of chemo. Her doctor also recommended the standard radiation treatments, but she decided to take a pass on radiation. Instead, she told the CCS audience that she got smart and decided to boost her immune system.

At one point, her doctor declared, “You’re cancer free. You have clean margins. Have a cupcake. Take multivitamins. Enjoy your life.” The hospital vending machine was jam-packed with cancer-feeding junk food.

A PET/CT scan did show she was clear of cancer. But she found out from a blood test that both the PET/CT scan and the doctor were wrong.

Jenny also found out later that it’s a mistake for cancer patients to submit to a PET/CT scan, because these scans zap the body with a huge amount of cancer-causing radiation. One PET/CT scan emits as much as 500 to 600 times the radiation dose of a simple chest X-ray. This excessive radiation beats down the patient’s immune cells, which are radio-sensitive, according to James Forsythe, M.D., one of America’s best cancer doctors.

Contradicting the results of the PET scan, the blood test showed that Jenny still had plenty of circulating tumor cells. In fact, she had the most circulating tumor cells the lab had ever seen!

Her doctors never specifically told her that chemo cures cancer, but they certainly led her to believe it would. They also never told her that chemo doesn’t do anything to kill circulating tumor cells, which can cause cancer to reappear just about anywhere in the body – after you’ve been told you’re “cancer free”. No wonder cancer so often comes back after patients submit to the standard cut-burn-poison treatments.

Jenny’s new book is groundbreaking. The title is Cancer Free! Are You Sure? In this book she describes ten tests that will detect cancer early — years before conventional doctors can find it. Jenny says that such super-early detection is crucial because it gives you an opportunity to make certain lifestyle changes, such as diet, stress management, and detoxification that will prevent you from ever getting an official cancer diagnosis from a conventional doctor.

Here’s a list of the tests she recommends for super early detection:

  • Cancer Profile Plus
  • Colon Health Screening for Occult Blood in Stool — Home Test Kit.
  • EarlyCDT — Lung Test
  • Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) test
  • Nagalase Test
  • ONCOblot Labs: ENOX2 Protein Test
  • Papanicolaou (PAP) and Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Tests for Cervical Cancer
  • Red Drop: Thymidine Kinase Test
  • Tests from the Research Genetic Cancer Center: Circulating Tumor Count (CTC) Test, Chemo Sensitivity and Resistance Test, Natural Substance Sensitivity Test, Immunity Test Panels, Megastasis Marker Tests

 The costs of these tests vary widely. For example, the Cancer Profile Plus test by the American Metabolic Laboratories in Hollywood, Florida, costs $576.

In sharp contrast, the Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) test costs $55 plus the cost of U.S. Post Office first class international mail. You also need about $10 worth of household items for this test. The accuracy of this test is high, and the cost is dirt cheap. That’s why Bill Henderson and I recommend it in our book How to Cure Almost Any Cancer at Home for $5.15 a Day.

No one wants to know they have cancer, right? Wrong!

Had Jenny detected the start of her cancer seven or eight years before she got the official diagnosis of full-blown cancer, she’s confident she could have avoided a mastectomy and six reconstructive surgeries, not to mention four miserable rounds of chemo. She would have had the chance to make a few adjustments in her lifestyle, and the tumor would never have grown large enough to be detectable by mainstream tests.

She believes people would rather know they have cancer so they can do something about it, instead of burying their heads in the sand and pretending everything’s “fine.”

Cancer can only become a problem in a body with an environment that welcomes, fosters, and feeds cancer. Dietary changes, detox, and immune-boosting strategies can change the environment inside the body (the bio-terrain), making it hostile to cancer cells.

The problem is this: If you don’t know you have cancer, you have no motivation to change your lifestyle.

Thanks to the tests Jenny recommends in her book, you no longer have to wait for a lump or bump. You can now find out about a potential cancer problem when the cancer is the size of a needle point — years before conventional doctors would detect it.

I do believe Jenny’s book will save lives. Those who believe they may be at risk of cancer should definitely get her book, which she wrote for the general public.

In another presentation at the conference, Dr. Emil Schandl, Ph.D. spoke on “Pre-Visual Detection by the Cancer Profile Test” (one of the tests Jenny describes in her book). It’s available from his organization, the American Metabolic Testing Laboratories in Hollywood, Florida.

The Cancer Profile Test can detect the presence of just a few dozen cancer cells. Another test, ONCOblock (also on Jenny’s list) purports to identify where the cancer is, but Dr. Schandl says ONCOblock needs a few million cancer cells in order to identify the location.

Turning up the heat on cancer

Dr. Oscar Streeter, M.D., gave a presentation on hyperthermia, a heat therapy he provides at the Center for Thermal Oncology in Santa Monica, California. He established his credibility right away by showing “before” and “after” photos of a patient with a gigantic tumor on one of his eyes. Hyperthermia and radiation made the cancerous bulge over his eyelid disappear.

Long-time readers of this newsletter know hyperthermia is one of the most effective cancer treatments on earth. The therapy involves raising the part of the body affected by cancer – or, in some cases, the whole body – to temperatures similar to those you experience if you have a high fever. Just as a natural fever is your immune system’s response to infection, so the “artificial fever” of hyperthermia is an effective response to cancer.

It’s hard to understand why it isn’t used as a standard treatment. Heat treatments are not only safe but also remarkably effective.

Dr. Streeter’s clinic can give hyperthermia with chemo at the same time. The hyperthermia weakens cancer cells, and a low dose of the right chemotherapy drug can finish them off – instead of resorting to the high doses used in conventional treatment that cause miserable side effects.

Another speaker, Dr. Sean Devlin, D.O., seconded what Dr. Streeter said about the benefits of hyperthermia. Dr. Devlin treats patients at the Institute of Integrated Oncology in Santa Monica, California. He declared that hyperthermia is “probably the safest and most innocuous therapy we use.”

Another speaker, Dr. Kazuko Tatsumura, Ph.D., O.M.D., spoke on “Far Infrared Onnetsu Therapy” — another form of hyperthermia. Instead of heating up the whole body with an artificial fever, the Onnetsu device is an inexpensive way to heat up the part of the body where the cancer is located. She said that when the device finds the cancer, the patient can actually feel the tumor heating up.

According to Dr. Tatsumura, the Onnetsu, a hand-held device, improves blood circulation, flushes the lymphatic system (which is important for detox), and promotes the free circulation of qi (which she describes as electro-magnetic energy) along the acupuncture meridians.

The device uses far infrared heat to achieve deep penetration. The benefits for cancer patients are obvious, if you understand the concept of using fever to kill cancer cells. She said the Onnetsu also works on rheumatoid arthritis and benefits a wide variety of other health problems as well.

The Onnetsu isn’t just for health practitioners. It’s inexpensive enough that many patients purchase one for home use. But some instruction is necessary in order to get the full benefit from this remarkable device. Dr. Kazuko offers classes in Onnetsu therapy.

How to pay for alternative treatment if you’re broke

It’s ironic that health insurance companies willingly pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for toxic, dangerous – and usually ineffective — cancer treatments like chemo and radiation, but they won’t pay for inexpensive treatments that safely kill millions of cancer cells.

Although holistic treatment is cheap in comparison to conventional treatment, the cost can still be steep if you have to pay for it yourself. Holistic clinics typically charge $5,000 to $10,000 per week, and the course of treatment usually lasts about three weeks.

The question is: how can you pay for $30,000 worth of alternative cancer treatment if you don’t have that much in your savings account? Alex Barba of the Life Credit Company has come up with a solution. In his presentation he pointed out these pertinent facts:

  • Six out of ten bankruptcies are the result of medical bills.
  • Seven out of ten adults have life insurance.
  • Eight out of ten life insurance policies lapse without a payout.

 Barba’s company offers cancer patients a cash advance of up to half the value of their life insurance policy (whole or term) to pay for alternative cancer treatment, collateralized by the life insurance. This is a brilliant solution to enable financially stressed cancer patients to pay for the kind of treatments that are most likely to be successful

About the author

Lee Euler

Hi I'm Lee Euler, I’ve spent over a decade investigating every possible way a person can beat cancer. In fact, our commitment to defeating cancer has made us the world’s #1 publisher of information about Alternative Cancer Treatments -- with over 20 books and 700 newsletters on the subject. If you haven't heard about all your cancer options, or if you want to make sure you don’t miss even one answer to this terrible disease, then join our newsletter. When you do, I'll keep you informed each week about the hundreds of alternative cancer treatments that people are using to cure cancer all over the world.

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