Some 85% of lung cancer is the non-small cell type, which begins in the lining of the body’s cavities and surfaces of the outer part of the lungs, called adenocarcinomas. The other 25% begins in cells that line the passages of the respiratory tract, known as squamous cell carcinoma.
For people that worked around asbestos, they may develop a type of lung cancer, termed, mesothelioma.
It seems the main cause of all cancer is toxins and in the case of lung cancer studies show that 90% of this type of cancer is due to smoking, including secondhand smoke. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source, cigarette smokers are 15 to 30 times more likely to get lung cancer than nonsmokers. Another 7,300 or more people who have never smoked die from lung cancer caused by secondhand smoke, so be careful when around smokers.
In addition, there is exposure to radon that enters buildings from small cracks in the foundation.
Also breathing in dangerous chemical substances over a long period of time, as in a workshop is another cause. Toxic substances such as:
As cancer, in general, is caused by toxins (chemicals, heavy metals, smoke, asbestos, etc.,), the first thing we do at the Budwig Center is a full body detox program. We use different types of clay and herbal formulas, colonics, coffee enemas, and castor oil packs, etc., to remove all the heavy metals and chemical residue.
Then we use a variety of effective non-toxic and non-invasive therapies. Find out more about our natural anti-cancer therapies CLICK HERE
Stage 1: Cancer is found only in the lung, and for now has not spread outside the lung.
Stage 2: Cancer is found in the lung, but also in nearby lymph nodes.
Stage 3: Cancer is in the lung, lymph nodes, and also now in the middle of the chest.
Stage 3A: Cancer is found in lymph nodes, however, only on the same side of the chest where cancer first started growing in the first place.
Stage 3B: Cancer has now spread to lymph nodes on the opposite side of the chest or also to lymph nodes above the collarbone.
Stage 4: Cancer has metastasized and spread to both lungs and/or to other organs.
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