The true story of cancer, a multibillion-dollar industry


What exactly is cancer?
Cancer is a term used to describe a tumour that grows abnormally in the human body. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), cancer afflicted roughly 15 million individuals globally in 2015, with 8.8 million people dying from it. One out of every six people on earth is killed by this disease. Every year, approximately 16,000 children are diagnosed with cancer around the world. One out of every three cancer patients dies, which is the most tragic element. 

I've listed several common cancer forms below, and you may skip on to the next chapter if you want to avoid reading them. Bone cancer, lung cancer, brain cancer, melanoma, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, oesophageal cancer, prostate cancer, kidney cancer, skin cancer, leukaemia Thyroid cancer, liver cancer, uterine cancer, and many more.

Cancer exists in a range of forms and names, but the disease is the same in each case. The term was given after the organs were discovered. According to a Forbes article, the cancer drug sales in 2018 were estimated to be $.147,000,000,000–147 billion USD and equivalent to Rs. 9567,495,000,000 (Rs 95674.95 crore) in Indian rupee value. 

Cancer has been proven to be a man-made disease in several studies, although most of us are still unaware of this. Many blogs, articles, research, and videos have shown the reality of the cancer industry; please look into it.

The estimated value quoted above is just for cancer drug sales. It does not include the doctor's fees, hospital expenses, surgeries, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy, and many other medical expenses. If all of these costs were added together, the medical industry's revenue from cancer would be doubled. Cancer, in reality, is not a sickness, but a multibillion-dollar industry.

What causes tumour formation?
Let me use an example to help you understand the tumour. We'll all have our annual get-togethers. Christmas, Deepavali, Ramzan, New Year, or something else could be the occasion. Before the festival, we'll clean the house and collect all waste into a bag, and we'll gently remove those rubbish bags from the house. It's how the tumour functions.

When the immune system has acquired sufficient energy, it will begin collecting harmful substances, toxins, and waste from the body and organising them in one spot. The tumour represents the rubbish bag, and the body's harmful substances are akin to household waste. A malignant growth will be classified as that waste bag. This type of tumour is not harmful to the body in any way.

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