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A study published in the November 2013 edition of Cancer Causes and Control found a significant association between induced abortion and breast cancer.

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Even if a woman deliberately terminates the pregnancy, an abortion (loss of the fetus) can still activate a separation conflict (from the unborn offspring) with the development of an intra-ductal breast cancer. On a subtle psycho-biological level, the female could also experience a child-worry conflict concerning the life of the fetus resulting in a glandular breast cancer.

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Click here to read the article in
The Guardian (November 18, 2012)

The Third Biological Law explains the nature of cancer within the context of the evolutionary development of the human organism. Based on the two-phase pattern of every disease (Second Biological Law) we recognize that cancers are not, as assumed, “malignancies” but instead age-old meaningful survival programs (Fifth Biological Law).    

Click here to read the article in
The New England Journal of Medicine
(November 22, 2012)

With the knowledge of German New Medicine (GNM), a breast cancer diagnosis is no longer a reason to panic.

A study published on March 23, 2018 in Science found that blood vessels in lymph nodes
provide “an alternative route for metastatic tumor cell dissemination” in mice.

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Questioning the Metastasis Theory

Mainstream medical science has consistently argued that “metastatic tumor cells” migrate through the bloodstream or the lymphatic system to other organs where they cause a second cancerous growth. Now we are told that “whether cancer cells in lymph nodes can seed distant metastases has been a subject of considerable debate”. Why this uncertainty?
In this experiment, cancer cells were implanted into the lymph nodes of mice. The aim of the study was to monitor through the use of a high-contrast photoconvertible fluorescent protein (Dendra2) the behaviour of tumor cells in lymph nodes. The researchers found that fractions of the cancer cells “invaded” local blood vessels in the node, entered the blood circulation, and colonized the lungs (see Abstract).

Why did the experimenters not simulate the entire “metastatic process” by implanting cancer cells, let’s say of a liver tumor, into the liver of a mouse, and show, as it has been claimed, that the cancer cells break away from the site (the primary tumor), travel through the lymphatic system to the lymph nodes … The fact that injected tumor cells move through the bloodstream, after they got into the lymph node’s blood vessels, is nothing out of the ordinary. Once in the blood circulation, there is no other way to go. This observation does not validate the metastasis theory.

Why were the cancer cells only found in the lungs and not in ALL organs that are supplied with blood? If the injected cancer cells take the pathway of the blood flow, they should be found throughout the entire body.  

According to the study, the tumor cells “colonized” the lungs. Evidently, the cancer cells did not grow a tumor. Only the proliferation of the injected cancer cells in an organ would justify the assertion that “lymph node metastasis can be a source of distant metastasis”. 

German New Medicine does not dispute the existence of secondary cancers. Based on the science of GNM, a second cancer is not caused by “spreading” cancer cells but is the result of simultaneous or further conflicts that are biologically linked to the corresponding organ as well as to the brain relays from where the cancers are controlled (see First Biological Law)