Written by Paul Louis
Have you seen the St. Jude Children’s Hospital fundraising commercials on TV? This hospital specializes in pediatric cancer. You may be wondering why so many young children are being diagnosed with cancer. This wasn’t happening a few decades ago.
According to a 2016 UK Telegraph science editorial, childhood cancers have increased 40 percent over the past 16 years, especially among teenagers. Since that report, cancer cases among infants and toddlers have continued to climb.
The following is quoted from Children’s Health Defense, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s site:
“For American children ages one through 14, cancer is the top disease-related cause of death, second only to accidents among all causes of childhood mortality. Leukemia and malignancies of the central nervous system are the most common types of childhood cancers. (Source)
This article will discuss findings that link childhood vaccines to the increased cancer rates among the very young. The explosion of childhood cancers correlates with the increase in vaccination schedules for children during the 1990s up to today.
In October 2016, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny was one of several health expert presenters in a live- on-line Truth About Cancer symposium. She did a 50-minute segment on the relationship of vaccines to cancer. The current Truth About Cancer symposium in Asia.
How Cancer is Created When Normal Cellular Metabolism Fails
Shortly before 1930, Nobel Prize-winning German biochemist, Otto Warburg, discovered that cellular oxygen insufficiency results in a metabolic shift, where cells resort to fermenting glucose for energy instead of using oxygen to metabolize glucose and other nutrients.
This conversion from cellular respiration to glucose fermentation is a cell’s survival mechanism. Unfortunately, the cells survive as cancer.
Based on his research, Warburg postulated that cancer is a metabolic disease. His findings confronted the unproven theory of mainstream oncology, which claims cancer is the result of genetic mutations.
“Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by fermentation of sugar.” – Dr.