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Thu May 20, 2010 4:48 am (PDT)
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There is a relatively new type of breast cancer
which cannot be detected by self-examination.
The process from which a breast cancer begins to
grow and is first diagnosed is between 8-10 years.
The Notmilkman predicted that breast cancer rates
would shock people 10-12 years after the genetically
engineered bovine growth hormone was approved for
America’s milk. That approval occurred in 1994.
In 2003, dad wrote the following column.
– – – Jennifer Cohen
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New Breast Cancer Terror
There is a type of breast cancer that was once
considered to be extremely rare, invasive lobular
A study, published in the Journal of the American Medical
Association (JAMA 2003;289:1421- 4), reveals that rates of
this breast cancer jumped from 9.5% of all breast cancers
to 15.6% in just a 12-year period (from 1987 to 1999).
This study was based upon the analyses of 190,000 cases
of breast cancer.
While most breast cancers are first detected as “lumps”
through self examination, this cancer is quite different.
Invasive lobular carcinoma begins inside of mammary
ducts. A related commentary in the current issue of the
British Medical Journal reveals:
“In the classic form of the cancer the tumour cells are
arranged in single file or strands infiltrating the breast
stroma. So, unlike the more common type of breast cancer
that develops as lumps, this type grows as sheets of cancerous
cells, making it more difficult to detect by physical
examinations and mammography. Clinically it tends to present
as distortion of the breast contour.”
For every breast cancer scientist, there seems to be a different
theory. There is one thing with which all researchers agree.
Breast cancer is about hormones. Something triggers a series
of yet-to-be understood hormonal events.
Something happened to cause this dangerously lethal trend.
Why such an increase? What event is affecting women differently
in 1999 that was not affecting them in 1987?
Women have been eating increased levels of concentrated
dairy products. Each bite of cheese contains steroid
hormones. In his landmark book, Don’t Drink Your Milk,
Frank Oski, MD (once the director of Pediatrics at Johns
Hopkins Hospital) wrote:
“About 80 percent of cows that are giving milk are
pregnant and are throwing off hormones continuously.
Progesterone breaks down into androgens… “
Pregant cows also produce hormones which instruct their
own mammary tissues to grow. It should be no surprise that
progesterone, prolactin, oxytocin, melatonin, and estrogen
exert unusual effects upon humans who ingest bovine
steroid hormones. In 1970, the average American consumed
just ten pounds of cheese. By 1999, the average American
was consuming 30 pounds of cheese. Ten pounds of milk
are required to produce one pound of hard cheese. Could
this be the missing link to understanding the dramatic
increase in the rate of invasive lobular carcinoma?
Post-menopausal women are not supposed to be producing
milk. Hormonal messages to do so are contrary to a
woman’s physiology. The inappropriate presense of
lactation hormones may very well be cause for the
emerging invasive lobular carcinoma explosion.
Although the genetically engineered bovine growth hormone
was not approved until 1994, millions of pounds of milk from
test herds entered America’s milk supply as early as 1989.
New York. Miami. Pennsylvania. Genetically engineered milk
contains increased amounts of insulin-like growth factor,
the hormone identified as a key factor in the growth of
every breast cancer. For more infomation:
An increase in the consumption of concentrated hormone-rich
dairy products coupled with America’s first Frankenfood,
genetically engineered milk, may lead to the conclusion that
‘Got milk’ is responsible for ‘Got Cancer.’