Researchers from the University Of Manchester, United Kingdom, have concluded that cancer is a purely modern, man-made disease.
The researchers said the disease is a man-made disease fuelled by the excesses of modern life. This is because tumors were rare until recent times, when pollution and poor diet became an issue.
In the study of Egyptian mummies, for example, the researchers found no signs of cancer in many of them—with the exception of one isolated case. Slivers of tissue from hundreds of Egyptian mummies were rehydrated and placed under the microscope. The researchers found only one case of cancer in the mummies examined.
“In industrialized societies, cancer is second only to cardiovascular disease as a cause of death. But in ancient times, it was extremely rare. There is nothing in the natural environment that can cause cancer. So it has to be a man-made disease, down to pollution and changes to our diet and lifestyle. The important thing about our study is that it gives a historical perspective to this disease. We can make very clear statements on the cancer rates in societies because we have a full overview. We have looked at millennia, not one hundred years, and have masses of data. Yet again extensive ancient Egyptian data, along with other data from across the millennia, has given modern society a clear message – cancer is man-made and something that we can and should address.”Read More: Disturbing – Researchers Finally Confirm That Cancer Is A Purely Man-Made Disease
I agree 100% that cancer is man-made. Not surprised at all. This artificial world we live in where we are exposed to so many toxins and the unnatural lifestyles we lead, without a doubt have to cause damage which results in diseases and illnesses that we have.
Especially here in America where Americans are some of the most sick people in the world. I wonder why? Maybe because of how fake and artificial our society has become versus what people from primitive societies and farming societies, who were far healthier most likely because of how much natural and real those cultures' lifestyles were.