May 17, 2016
Iron Toxicity Post #34: Iron dysregulation causes cancer

(Formerly #33)

Does anyone know the real metabolic origin of cancer?

Funauchi, Y., et al. (2015). “Regulation of iron homeostasis by the p53-ISCU pathway.”

Simply read the 1st sentence in the discussion section: 

“Recently, accumulating evidence has suggested a relationship between metal ions and cancer.”

The other metal issues noted are all caused by copper <> iron dysregulation and the corresponding lack of ceruloplasmin (Cp). This article, however, is silent on the role ceruloplasmin play.

It would be prudent for those who are worried about their chances of allowing cancerous metabolisms into their bodies had best get the Full Monty Blood panel. Then get it properly interpreted by a RCP practitioner who understands what iron anemia truly is. 

I hope this sheds new and important light on the relentless deception surrounding disease.

A votre sante!


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