Cancer seems to be everywhere nowadays, social networks are crawling with slick advertising campaigns encouraging people to raise awareness by doing something vaccous, while the mainstream media have been kept busy trying to persuade people that it’s a disease that has been around far longer than anybody thought.
The Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, The International Business Times and the BBC website all ran similar stories.
The WHO have not been quiet either.
“According to the World Health Organization, Cancer cases are soaring each year. Data indicates an upward trend from 12.7 million cases in 2008 to 14 million in 2012. Cancer related deaths have also increased from 7.6 million to 8.3 million since 2008.”
So what is behind these recent ‘revelations?’
Why is cancer being so aggressively promoted as having the potential to become one of the biggest killers in human history?
Despite the exhaustive tissue testing that was carried out on the mummies, only one case of cancer has been detected.
And that was only described as being a ‘Type’ of cancer.
Fossil evidence of cancer is also pretty thin on the ground, mainstream scientific literature has only provided a few dozen, mainly disputed, examples in animal fossil samples.
Even the study of thousands of Neanderthal bones has provided only one example of a ‘possible’ cancer.
Cancer first made an appearance in scientific literature in 1761, where nasal cancer of snuff users was detected.
The latest findings are also open to question, as the detected cancer-like problems could easily have been caused by leprosy or even varicose veins, which were common in ancient Egypt.
The first operations for breast and other cancers actually began in the 17th Century.
The first scientific reports of tumours have only occurred during the past 200 years.
So it would appear that cancer is yet another man-made disease and is something that we can eradicate.
However, preventing such a lucrative disease would not be a popular decision among those who manufacture the ‘cures’ would it?
Nor among those who have contributed towards creating it’s current levels either, I shouldn’t think.