WARNING #1) If you are dealing with any issue that affects breathing, immediately deal with an oncologist or surgeon. Do not depend on ANY natural medicine treatment to work fast-enough to deal with breathing issues. Emergency rooms are required by law to treat people with dangerous breathing issues.
WARNING #2) Tumors inside the lungs are, by definition, very dangerous. They can block breathing, among other things. There is a special article on dealing with dangerous tumors. The treatment for dangerous tumors recommends the High RF Frequency Protocol in conjunction with the Cellect-Budwig Protocol. The High RF Frequency Protocol can take up to a week or so to begin, so see both of these articles.
Lung cancer is a malignant (meaning it can spread to other parts of the body) tumor that begins in the cells of the lung. When cancer begins in the cells of the lung it is known as primary lung cancer.
Cancers of the lung are divided into non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and small cell lung cancer (SCLC). These designations are based on the type of cell in which cancer started.
Non-small cell lung cancer typically begins starts in glandular cells on the outer part of the lung. This type of cancer is called adenocarcinoma and can also start in thin flat squamous cells which line the bronchi (large airway tubes which branch off from the windpipe into the lungs). This type of lung cancer is termed squamous cell carcinoma of the lung.
A less common type of non-small cell lung cancer is large cell carcinoma. Rare types of NSCLC include sarcoma and sarcomatoid carcinoma.
Small cell lung cancer normally begins in cells which line the bronchi in the center of the lungs. The two primary types of small cell lung cancer are small cell carcinoma and combined small cell carcinoma.
Although other types of cancer can spread to the lung, these are not the same disease as primary lung cancer.
Causes & Symptoms of Lung Cancer
Research shows that a full 90 percent of lung cancers in men and more than 70 percent in women could be prevented by smoke-free environments. However, other carcinogens including radon gas, uranium, arsenic, and asbestos can also cause lung cancer.
Lung cancer typically doesn’t cause signs and symptoms in its earliest stages. Signs and symptoms of lung cancer typically occur only when the disease is advanced. (2)
Lung cancer symptoms include:
- a persistent, chronic or worsening cough
- chest pain that is constant and made worse by deep breathing or coughing
- blood-stained mucus that is coughed up from the lungs
- shortness of breath
- frequent chest infections (bronchitis or pneumonia)
- loss of appetite
- weight loss
- collapsed lung
- severe shoulder pain
- Horner’s syndrome
Late signs and symptoms present as lung cancer grows larger or spreads to other parts of the body.
- the buildup of fluid around the lungs
- bone pain
- difficulty swallowing
- neurological changes including a headache, limb numbness, dizziness, weakness or seizures
- enlarged lymph nodes in the neck or above the collarbone
Who Gets Lung Cancer
Relating to the causes of lung cancer, people who smoke any type of tobacco, regularly breathe in second-hand smoke or are exposed to asbestos or radon are most at risk of developing lung cancer. The risk significantly increases for those exposed to a combination of any of the above risk factors.
Other risk factors include:
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A 54 year old company employee was diagnosed as having cancer of the lungs. X-rays showed a large bean size cancerous growth in two places on the right Jung. Although he had been injected with anti cancer drugs, he had lost his appetite and his strength was deteriorating steadily. It was at this stage that he visited the germanium clinic. After ascertaining the details of his case, doctors prescribed a 500 mg daily dosage of the germanium compound. A Ray photograph taken five weeks later showed absolutely no trace of cancer. In addition, the dry cough peculiar to lung cancer was gone, his overall condition improved rapidly and he soon recovered his former state of good health. There are at least 20 cases of lung cancer at this point which have followed a similar course to complete recovery. Source: https://www.regenerativenutrition.com/content.asp?id=442
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