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Morgan Morrigan
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They don't describe how to do it, but supposedly very effective and easy.

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-06-vinegar-cancer-india.html
 
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Morgan - Very interesting concept, something most anyone could do, Ok, maybe two people...with just some diluted household vinegar, a swab and speculum. Since we wouldn't necessarily know what we are looking for in the respect of cervical cancer, I'd say note any visual changes in color or texture from the acetic swab. This could give one some easy answers to further look into, you'd definitly need help to the next steps. Maybe resorting to Chaga, Essiac or other known aid, if in a SHTF senario...
 
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I thought I remembered something about this ! I found a few articles in Science Daily going back to 1998. While a very simple test, its positive ( In this case positive is bad )
results are seen immediately. Nearly as an effective test as the PAP TEST - which must be sent out to a lab to be processed, the 'bleaching white' ( my word choice! ) of the
cervix is a late sign of an active cervical cancer ! As presently being used, in Third World Countries, One would hope that further tests were warranted and possible! Big AL !
 
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Thanks for doing some research there..

Seems like bleaching white is a standard skin response to hydrogen peroxide.

Wonder if


Biologists are still grappling with the implications of this new view of cell death—not passive extinguishment, like a candle flickering out when you cover it with a glass, but an active biochemical event triggered by "reperfusion," the resumption of oxygen supply. The research takes them deep into the machinery of the cell, to the tiny membrane-enclosed structures known as mitochondria where cellular fuel is oxidized to provide energy. Mitochondria control the process known as apoptosis, the programmed death of abnormal cells that is the body's primary defense against cancer. "It looks to us," says Becker, "as if the cellular surveillance mechanism cannot tell the difference between a cancer cell and a cell being reperfused with oxygen. Something throws the switch that makes the cell die."


from my DCA thread, here is the forum link with the quote source

http://www.thedcasite.com/dcaforum/DCForumID1/79.html


thread http://www.permies.com/t/19180/md/DCA-site-cancer-cure-studies#200785
 
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Morgan Morrigan : My on-line CNN Reported on a meeting Sunday of the American Society of Clinical Oncology , this is the additional information quote I picked
out!

- if there are Abnormal cells on the surface of the cervix(the) abnormal cells turn white because the acid in the vinegar makes protein in the nucleas of the abnormal
cells coagulate and become easily Visible
 
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Allen - Thanks for the verification, this is something most anyone can work with, and then there is only the difficult part of remission...still worthy, I think.
 
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