Carcinogens are by definition “cancer-causing” agents. The claim that certain chemicals or toxins in our food, in our environment, in cosmetics, or personal care and consumer products cause cancer is either based on pure assumptions or concluded from "carcinogen testing" on live animals.
In light of Dr. Hamer's discoveries, animal testing can never be scientifically valid because animals respond to "conflict shocks" with meaningful physiological changes (“diseases”) just as we humans do. Hence, any laboratory condition that gives an animal a “death fright conflict” will result in lung cancer as will an “existence conflict” cause kidney cancer, and so forth. Claiming that a certain chemical or toxin is the cause of a specific cancer is bad science, as it ignores the setting of the experiment, the animal's perception, and, above all, that animals have feelings and are able to suffer as much as all other living beings.
In a video by Dr. Joseph Mercola and Dr. David Holt, entitled “German New Medicine. Creating a Heart Attack - An Animal Study”, a “territorial loss conflict” is purposely inflicted on a healthy dog. After six weeks, when the experimenters returned the animal to its territory, the dog suffered a fatal heart attack. Dr. Holt's disgraceful documentary, intended to prove Dr. Hamer's discoveries with video material of animal testing, only reveals his lack of knowledge of German New Medicine and its humane spirit. It should be pointed out that Dr. Hamer's medical findings regarding the cause of heart attacks were verified in 1984 by medical doctors of the University of Vienna, in a professional academic setting.
The practice of animal experimentation in the name of medical research is one of the darkest chapters in the history of mankind and in the history of medicine in particular. The number of animals dying of torture through the practice of vivisection is estimated at around 500.000 a day worldwide. Through ruthless animal testing, medical science has assembled over 1000 alleged “carcinogens”, proving only that researchers have found a thousand ways to distress animals with conflict shocks.