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4 Body Pains That Could Mean Cancer

Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 06:17 AM

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“You have cancer . . .” are the three words you never want to hear. Unfortunately, doctors are now predicting that 1 in 3 people will hear this diagnosis at some point in their life.

Despite the odds, David Brownstein M.D. — America’s foremost holistic health practitioner — says that there is still hope. “In order to significantly lower your risk of getting cancer, it is important to have an optimally functioning immune system,” explains Dr. Brownstein.

To help you lower your risk of getting cancer, Dr. Brownstein has identified these 5 things that activate cancer in an exclusive video presentation.

If you experience the following symptoms of cancer, please pay close attention to what Dr. Brownstein has to say in this powerful video because it could save your life:

• A nagging backache that doesn’t go away
• Shooting pain in your chest or arms
• Occasional stomachache
• Inexplicable heartburn

But before you get too worried, Dr. Brownstein says that there is absolutely no reason you should get cancer… if you follow the 7 simple steps he lays out for you in his video presentation.



According to Dr. Brownstein, nearly all of us have cancer cells in our bodies at various times during our lives. The best way to keep those cells from forming life-threatening tumors is to turn your body into a cancer-eating machine. And you can learn exactly how to do that by watching this video now.

Editor’s Note: This video is so crucial and groundbreaking, Newsmax Health pulled out all the stops to bring it directly to you at no charge. Click here to start watching this powerful video about preventing cancer immediately. With so many people dying needlessly, there’s no time to waste.

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