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Kidney Anatomy

What is Kidney Cancer?

Kidney cancer is where the cells of the kidney become malignant (cancerous) and grow out of control, forming a tumor. The kidneys are bean-shaped organs the size of large oranges that sit on the top part of the abdomen, above the intestines and either side of the spine. Blood passes through the renal artery to the kidneys, where it filters out water and other waste materials to form urine. The urine is then sent to the bladder via tubes called ureters. Urine is then passed via the urethra when we go to the toilet. The blood that has been filtered is sent back to the heart, where it is recirculated throughout the body.

The most common form of kidney cancer is Renal Cell Carcinoma (also sometimes referred to as Renal Adenocarcinoma), where cancer begins in the tiny tubes (tubules) inside the kidney. RCC accounts for over 80% of kidney cancers.

A less common form of kidney cancer is Transitional Cell Cancer, TCC, which develops in the central part of the kidney called the Renal Pelvis. This central part is the area of the kidney where the urine is collected before being passed through the ureter to the bladder.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Kidney Cancer?

In the early stages, there are generally very few symptoms. Once a tumor is larger, or the cancer is at a later stage, the following symptoms may be experienced:

  • Blood in the urine
  • Persistent pain in the side/back below the ribs
  • A mass, lump or swelling in the kidney region
  • Fatigue
  • Unexpected weight loss
  • Loss of appetite
  • High blood pressure
  • High temperature

 

Causes and Risk Factors for Kidney Cancer

There are several risk factors associated with this form of cancer. Please remember that having one or more of the risk factors below does not necessarily mean you will get the disease.

The most common risk factors for kidney cancer are:

The Budwig Solution

The Budwig Center offers a variety of natural alternative cancer treatments for all types of cancer, including kidney cancer. Our patients consult one on one with a medical doctor to decide on the best program for their specific health needs. Along with the comprehensive tests we do, such as the Vega Test and GSR scan, we focus on treating the root cause of the illness and educating our patients so they can continue their journey to better health even after they leave our clinic.

Emotional studies equate kidney cancer to “not wanting to live and/or water or fluid conflict.” Therefore one of the leading natural treatments for kidney cancer at our alternative clinic would be to neutralize the negative emotional trauma in the past using EFT (or Tapping) and EVOX sessions.

Excellent results have been achieved once patients start following the full Budwig Center protocol. Additionally, daily sessions with the handheld FOUR-IN-ONE device, as well as sleeping on the FOUR-IN-ONE mattress at night, usually produce noticeable results within just a few sessions.

The Budwig diet also includes plenty of phyto/herbal remedies. However, no artificial vitamins or minerals, as Dr. Budwig said these would conflict with her flaxseed oil and cottage cheese (quark) food remedy.

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To read about some success stories of people who have recovered their health from kidney cancer and various other types of cancer head to our testimonials page.

 

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