Scott: Ty, you talked about the treatments, the traditional treatments of cancer and how dangerous they can be. Um, in your research, which is a better part of 15 years, give or take, what have you found that causes cancer, because maybe that's where people might want to start... prevention, not getting it in the first place. What have you found?
Ty Bollinger: Yeah, ah, great question. Cancer, I believe, based upon my research, is a disease of a compromised immune system. A compromised immune system, compromised from external toxins. There was a study that was done by, was it Columbia University? I believe it was Columbia University, but I'm not sure. Ah, but it was done within the last few years, that showed that anywhere from 75 to 90 percent of cancers have some kind of environmental toxin trigger. So, when I say environmental toxins, I'm talking about polluted air, polluted water, polluted food. All the different different toxins that were exposed to, radiation toxicity. All these toxins are cancer triggers. And what it does, these, your immune system becomes overloaded with toxicity, no longer able to function the way God created it to do. Your immune system is there to protect. And when it becomes, when your body becomes overburdened with toxicity from all these environmental factors, all this environmental pollution and so on, your immune system just reaches an overload point where it can't take it anymore. And at that point, it stops to take care of cancer cells that it normally does on a daily basis. Because you see, everyone, you and I included, we produce cancer on a daily basis. Thousands of cancer cells. A healthy immune system takes care of those cancer cells, and kills them off, doesn't let the tumors form and so on that you would think of being diagnosed with cancer.
So a healthy immune system that is performing at an optimal level, will fight off the cancer cells. Where an unhealthy immune system that's being overloaded with toxicity is not able to work at that optimal level and is not able to fend off those cancer cells. And that's when you think of yourself being diagnosed with cancer.
And kind of spring boarding from that question, once you realize that cancer is a disease of a compromised immune system. And if you have a fully functioning immune system, you can fend off cancer and you can heal from cancer. Then you can see how important it is to choose a treatment protocol that includes some kind of immune boosting supplement or herbs or whatever substance that boosts the immune system. There are literally thousands of herbs and natural substances that boost the immune system. What conventional cancer treatments omit, specifically chemotherapy treatments, which is the majority of treatments, radiation too, but chemotherapy. Chemotherapy kills cancer cells. I won't question that. Chemo does kill cancer cells. Because chemotherapy typically targets the cells that are fast dividing, which cancer cells rapidly divide and they form tumors and they grow quickly. But your immune system based in your red blood cells, in your bone, your red blood cells in the bone... that's also fast dividing cells. So what happens with your chemotherapy treatments is your chemo's killing your cancer, while it's also killing you. The goal of chemo typically is to kill the cancer before it kills the host. And the way my dad used to say it, that host be you. That's kind of a roll of the dice I'm not willing to take with my life. That we can kill the cancer before it kills me.
And if it doesn't kill you on the front end, it will kill you on the back end. Because here's what happens. So you take the chemo, and if you have a healthy enough immune system to where you can kill the tumor, which by the way is not really the, it's a symptom of the cancer, but not really the problem. The tumor is a symptom of the problem. The problem is you've got a compromised immune system that that tumor was able to form. But you kill the tumor and 16-24 months later, the cancer's back. And no longer is it just lung cancer, it's everywhere. What happened? See, this is very common. I've been contacted by literally hundreds of cancer patients over the last five years since I wrote the book with exactly the same story. Took chemo, they said we were in remission, now it's two years later, now the cancer's back, it's everywhere. The doctor says there's nothing we can do. What happened? Well the chemotherapy is an immune compromising substance. All right? It kills your immune system. Compromising is too easy of a word, it's too nice. Chemotherapy destroys your immune system. And so you have a disease of a compromised immune system. You take something that further compromises your immune system, to hope that you can kill the tumor, without killing you. And what you do, if you survive the treatments is that your immune system no longer works. And give it time, whatever the problem was initially that caused that compromised immune system, it's still there. The chemo didn't kill that problem. It killed the tumor. The problem's still there. The cancer comes back in a span of time, and you die, because you no longer have an immune system left because the chemo destroyed it.
Why do people get cancer? Medical researcher Ty Bollinger discusses research that's led to a particular finding of the cause of a majority of cancers. He also talks about how this information can be used in terms of prevention and potential treatment.
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