Cancer Chemotherapy in Conjunction with Colon Hydrotherapy
A Modern Plague
From the ancient era until the early modern period people were terrified about the onset of plague. Today, the fear of cancer has perhaps taken over first place in the list of misfortunes people dread.
Although nobody is in danger of catching it from contact with other infected people, as was the case with the highly infectious plagues of yesteryear, the connection between unhealthy living conditions and incidences of the disease can still be seen. Also, the terror the mere mention of the illness inspires has its parallels in fears of typhoid, cholera and other illnesses almost forgotten from memory in the prosperous west.
With cancer competing with heart disease to be the number one killer of adult Americans there is certainly sufficient grounds for concern…