Needless to say, cancer is a very dangerous group of diseases. It is no secret that some cancers are diagnosed too late, and some are diagnosed early, but due to the severe nature of cancer, it is difficult to cure. Given this backdrop, it is not surprising that cancer survivors and their families are in desperate need of some help to cure cancer. Surgery, radiation therapy, anti-cancer drugs and hormone therapy, which are standard treatments for curing or keeping cancer under control, may have some side effects but can be minimized. However, many cancer patients are drawn to optional cancer treatments that have not proven successful. It was in 2010 that the idea of eating manioc was cured in Sri Lanka. Curious readers may wonder why you are investigating something that happened seven years ago. We have seen a large number of cancer patients suffering from mania without resorting to standard treatments. The main reason for this is ignorance and helplessness. Awareness is therefore very important.
Manioc has been used as food for centuries. According to a report published by one Sri Lankan specialist, it was introduced to Africa by the Portuguese. As a food, mango kale (roots) and leaves are very tasty. Does this diet have the potential to kill cancer? There is no mention of manioc used in traditional medicine in India or Sri Lanka to kill cancer. Manioc has been treated as a cure for cancer without any scientific evidence. Seven years ago, a retired specialist had to have surgery to remove one kidney, part of the bladder, and part of the bladder because of transient cell carcinoma. She then underwent radiation therapy, which was very accurate. Cancer did not recur for seven years, showing the success of standard treatment. The nature of the operation she underwent was surmised to be somewhat malignant. Successful treatment should not be repeated for a period of seven years. Unfortunately, seven years later, she was diagnosed with cancer in her bladder. This may be a secondary cause of former cancer, or it may be new bladder cancer, but it is difficult to say for sure. However, the fact that some parts of the body are affected by cancer can also affect other parts of the body. It is called field cancerization. We have seen many such cases in many clinics. However, she successfully underwent surgery for second bladder cancer in which cancer had spread to the bladder. Otherwise, It was not clear whether the superficial layer was a cancer of the epithelium alone. If the tumor is a malignant, well-differentiated tumor, then there is a good chance that it can be managed without recurring for several years. However, like any other oncologist, she was looking for other therapies to cure. There, she was informed of the treatment of cancer from a non-professional web site on the Internet. She concluded that after a month of treatment, her cancer was cured,
in violation of all the scientific procedures required to conduct a research. Next, let’s take a look at the history of treating CKDs mentioned on the above website. This was preceded by an observation by a British physician who had served in Afghanistan decades earlier. He observed that people who eat apricots are less likely to have cancer in Afghanistan. The doctor may have compared the prevalence of cancer among men in Britain and the prevalence of cancer among Afghans. The British doctor’s conclusion can be forgiven since the knowledge of cancer was so low even decades ago. Anyone with a good knowledge of cancer knows that as people live longer, their chances of getting cancer increase. In Afghanistan, where health and educational facilities are scarce, life expectancy at birth is very low at 30 to 40 years. So those people often don’t live long enough to develop cancer. Many had died of the infection at a very early age. But in Britain, health care was so advanced that people died for a long time because their infections were so low. In Britain, cancer patients were more frequent in Afghanistan because of the increased risk of developing cancer. Each