The Truth about Cancer: Is Water the Secret?


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Back in 1986, when the Chernobyl accident happened, 30 people died directly from the accident. Another 237 people who worked at the power plant were diagnosed with acute radiation syndrome, and the number of cancer cases in the general public, in the areas surrounding the plant, skyrocketed mms niet downloaden. In particular, childhood thyroid cancers became common in Ukraine, probably due to intake of radioactive iodine fallout.

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So what was so special about this water? Watch the video below to understand how the molecular structure was superior. Send me an email or give me a call and I will share my experience with this amazing water all pictures from facebook.



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