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    what causes breast cancer

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    Some say it is some type  of virus or another; others say it is from genetic disorders, still others say that we all have cancer cells in our body and almost any given time, but that our immune system when properly functioning limits their growth and sometimes actually destroys some cancer cells.


    Cancer cells are generally "regular cells" that have "gone rogue" due to some underlying cause or result of things like too much sun on the skin, too much or too many carcenogenics (sorry, I think I misspelled that word) in our environment, up to and including the processed foods we too commonly eat here in the USA.   Honestly, I personally suspect it has more to do with our digestive systems and the foods we eat (or don't eat like we should) than any one cause.


    There are so many different kinds of cancer that you would be best served by consulting with two or more doctors who commonly treat cancers of almost all types.  



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