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Men and women across the world are rejoicing!  There is now an excuse to ask give and receive massages to the breasts.  According to new research from UC Berkeley, the simple act of “squeezing” breast cancer cells could helps them return to a normal growth pattern.  “Mechanical pressure alone can revert and stop the out-of-control growth of cancer cells,” the university wrote in a release.

Does a massage really play important role in breast cancer.

This news is significant for 2 reasons.  Firstly, any effective treatment or prevention of breast cancer, a condition that yearly kills over 40,000 american women, should be met with much fan fare.  Secondly, why wasn’t this reported in the mainstream media?  The headline is certainly provoking enough to lead the 11 o’clock news.  The source is well respected institution of learning.  The study was well conducted.  Then why wasn’t it reported?  Maybe the answer can be found by looking at why other breast cancer studies receive so little attention. For instance, the National Institute of Health clearly states that there is a link between dairy consumption and breast cancer (and prostate too).  But the Komen foundation reports there is no link.  The same contradiction exists for insecticides.  Why would two respected authorities on the subject of breast cancer report conflicting information?  What is their motivation? Sydney Ross Singer, the author of Dressed To Kill: The Link between Breast Cancer and Bras, speculates that the failure to find consistency is the ulterior motive of the industries affected by the information.  “When a disease is caused by the culture and its habits, attitudes, fashions and industries, there is bound to be resistance to change. Industries that contribute to disease will be defensive, and industries that profit from disease will be conflicted. However, the truth has a way of getting out, despite the resistance and suppression. Thank Goodness the truth does have a way of getting out.” If you are interested in cancer screening and a scientifically based way to better avoid cancer please ask us about our 5% program.  561-625-5556