Shocking Statistics on Brain Cancer


Filed under: EMF Energy


cell phone and brainThe recent death of Joe Biden’s son, Beau, shocked the nation. We’re always surprised to see a young, healthy-appearing person succumb to a serious illness. But what is more shocking are the statistics on brain cancer, the affliction that killed Biden. Last year alone, doctors diagnosed 70,000 new cases of brain cancer in the United States, and the disease claimed 14,000 lives.

While there are many different types of brain cancer, some are particularly alarming. For example, glioblastoma multiforme often strikes people in their forties, and is a particularly aggressive and swift killer. Most cases of glioblastoma arise from mutations in healthy brain cells, but scientists don’t agree on what causes the mutations to begin.

We understand the risk factors for other types of cancer. For example, smoking is linked to lung cancer while excessive alcohol intake is related to cancer of the liver. But the causes of brain cancer are not well documented. Many experts believe that radiation from cell phones and other wireless devices can cause cells in the brain to mutate, and that this radiation is responsible for the large numbers of brain tumor cases that we have seen in recent years.

While the link between wireless radiation and brain cancer is not yet completely understood, many leading scientists have warned us that it is better to be safe than sorry. We live in a world in which it is nearly impossible to avoid the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by wireless devices, so our best defense is to fight against radiation in every way that we can. A scientifically validated EMF protection device can help to ward off the negative effects of wireless radiation. And, as always, take care of your body by supplying it with a balanced, immune-boosting diet. We do know that a healthy diet and lifestyle are some of the best tools for warding off many other types of cancer.

Contact me directly to learn more about protecting your family from the dangers of wireless radiation.



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