The Kanzius View on Breast Cancer Awareness
Undeniably, all people are different and unique. Regardless of your race, gender, religious upbringing, taste in music, or political views there is one commonality around the world- a shared hatred for cancer. As John Kanzius once said, "cancer does not discriminate." Every day people from all different walks of life are affected by cancer, whether it be their own diagnosis and struggle or that of a loved one.
People all over the world hate cancer. Kids have lost parents; siblings have lost siblings; husbands have lost wives; wives have lost husbands; parents have lost children; and best friends have been taken too soon.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We are all encouraged to unite for one common goal: to bring awareness to the disease that will take the lives of nearly 40,000 people just this year.
Here at the Kanzius Foundation we are “spreading the wave” of awareness and research for “a better way” to treat breast cancer –along with eight other types of cancer- using the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment. We despise the harsh side effects of traditional treatments and strive for a promising cancer treatment that is noninvasive, has no side effects and maintains a cancer sufferer’s quality of life.
Last October on the Ellen DeGeneres Show the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation was selected to participate in the Lester Smith Pink Well Challenge. Mr. Smith, an oilman, author, world championship ballroom dancer, philanthropist and cancer survivor invited 30 breast cancer organizations to join him in the fight to cure breast cancer. Our cancer-hating friends and research supporters voted and donated everyday for three months, resulting in a successful campaign. After all monies were accounted for, a grand total of $325,919.06 was raised from the challenge to further research!
It is now a year later and the drive towards “a better way” to treat cancer has grown stronger and more successful. Each and every day the Kanzius Research Team strives to bring the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment to fruition. Recently, the Kanzius Research Team led by Dr. Steven Curley at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center announced they are partnering with a team of researchers from Methodist Cancer Center in Houston to attack triple negative breast cancer- among other types of breast cancer- which is very difficult to treat and extremely aggressive.
Triple negative breast cancer cells are estrogen-receptor negative, progesterone-receptor negative, and HER2 negative. The cancer is not fueled by these hormones, nor by the HER2 protein, therefore standard cancer drugs will not be effective in treating this class of cancer. About 10-20% of breast cancers — more than one out of every 10 — are found to be triple-negative. Preliminary outcomes suggest that triple negative breast cancer will respond positively when treated with the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment.
Cancer can be stopped! This October, in the midst of all the political disagreements, let us join together for one common goal: to say enough is enough and declare that we will no longer let cancer take the lives of the people we love.
What will you do this October to bring awareness to breast cancer and end to all cancer? How will you play a role in saving lives?
Join the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation and support the research of “the world’s most promising cancer treatment” on our journey towards human trials. One day there will be “a better way,” one that is noninvasive and has no side effects, to treat cancer.
Has breast cancer affected your life? We would love for you to share your story of how cancer has touched you or someone you love. Share your story!
Read more about breast cancer on the Kanzius' new breast cancer page! Learn about different types of breast cancer, symptoms of breast cancer, breast cancer statistics as well as more about the research being done to treat breast cancer with the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment!
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