by Dr Hulda Clark
Although lumps and cancer in the breast produce no pain, they sometimes do give you little warning twinges. These twinges cross into the breast from the armpit or from any direction. It is gone in a second, leading one to believe it couldn’t be serious. If the breast has any unusual sensations, painful or not, investigate immediately.
Test yourself for cancer. (You may use a specimen of mother’s milk as a cancer test since this has mitotic stimulants in it-see Curing Cancer page 331). If you have purchased a slide of breast tissue (mammary gland) you can search your breast for cancer. If not, but you find “mother’s milk” in your white blood cells, assume it is cancer and clear it up immediately.
If you don’t have cancer, search for the pollutants giving you these twinges of pain. Search for your deodorant, cosmetics, and soap in your white blood cells. Search for dental metal. The breasts are often full of nickel. Nickel is quite soluble in fat and the breast is mainly fat. Nickel is one of the top carcinogens listed by researchers. It could even explain the high incidence of breast cancer. But titanium and barium from cosmetics, as well as asbestos and fiberglass are also quickly accumulated in the breast. Clean up your dentalware and body products. Check for exposed fiberglass. Change your dryer belt. Buy a new non-CFC refrigerator. Never try to get rid of these pains with pain killers; let the pains show you whether the clean up has been complete.
Over-estrogenized women are over-emotional, seemingly on a roller coaster of enthusiasm and despondence. They can develop a high pitched voice, that almost sounds squeaky. High enough estrogen levels are important for fertility but too high levels can cause infertility. Your body is eager to set the level just right, if only you will clean up the ovaries of parasites and pollution. Don’t stop your clean up until the breast feels normal again throughout your cycle and you don’t feel over-emotional, even just before your period.
Your body often turns the breast into a collecting station for toxic wastes that have been drawn downward from the top of your body. From your head where shampoo and hair spray and cosmetics leave their daily deposits, from your dentalware with its constant supply of heavy metals, from neck and armpits where cologne, deodorant and soap leave their toxic residues. The lymph nodes under the armpit and the region above the breast, collect it all and let it slip into the breast where it is bundled up in a cyst. Perhaps the kidneys are clogged so toxins are forced to go to a designated dump site instead of out through the bladder. Do a kidney cleanse. Don’t rest until all your breast lumps are gone. They will begin to shrink in three weeks if you are removing the correct toxins. Even radon and asbestos go to the breast, so be meticulous with your cleanup.
When the platelet count (in a blood test) is very high (over 400) there is quite a tendency to form cysts or lumps since platelets make your blood clot. The platelet count goes up when parasites are present. Maybe your blood is attempting to clot them! These clots make “nests” for fluke stages which may be why breast lumps often become cancerous. If yours is over 300, (it should be 250,000/cu mm) start patrolling parasites regularly. Stopping the use of caffeine and taking vitamin E (400 iu. a day) are helpful in recovery but don’t rely on these minor measures. Breast lumps definitely invite breast cancer.
Leslie Yeager, age 37, had breast soreness and “fibrocystic lumps”. She had cerium and nickel accumulated in her breasts. They cleared up in weeks after her dental metal was gone (she simply took out her retainer). Later she replaced it with a partial made of plastic.
Kari Pfeifer, age 36, had numerous cysts in both breasts and uterus. Her estrogen level was too high (187 pg/ml on day 22 of her cycle; the day of testing is important since it varies through the cycle). Her breasts were full of beryllium (coal oil from hurricane lamps) and radon. After these toxins were removed, all her breast lumps got smaller. After she did the kidney and Liver Cleanse, the lumps got softer and breasts were no longer painful. She had several root canals which filled her breasts with numerous bacteria, mainly Histoplasma cap (root canals develop infection around themselves). After starting her dental cleanup and killing bacteria with a frequency generator, all her breast lumps disappeared.
Claudia Davis, age 41, had breast soreness ever since a mammogram two years earlier. She had numerous other pains and indigestion. She had intestinal flukes in her intestine and fluke eggs in her blood: a dangerous situation. They might land in the breasts and start developing there. This is how cancer begins. But she did not have cancer yet. She had a buildup of niobium from polluted pain killer drugs and thulium from her vitamin C. She had Salmonella and several other bacteria in her white blood cells, which accounted for digestive problems. In eight weeks she had cleaned kidneys, killed parasites and gotten rid of her heavy metals. Her breast pain was better and a lump on her eyelid had also disappeared.
Stephanie Nakamura, 68, had six surgeries to remove breast lumps, going back to youth. Her recent mammogram was O.K. Her breasts were toxic with cadmium, lead, gold, radon, uranium, gallium, silver. Our tests showed she had kidney crystals and she was started on the kidney cleanse. She was given vitamin E, (400 units daily), sodium selenite (150 mcg daily) and vitamin C (1 or more grams daily). Her triglycerides were also very high showing again that she had kidney problems. She was given magnesium (300 mg daily), vitamin B6 (250 mg daily) and lysine (500 mg daily). She killed parasites and cleaned up everything except gallium, silver, mercury, gold, cadmium. These must have come from her gold crowns. Her dentist advised against removing these and proclaimed they had nothing to do with her developing glaucoma, arthritis and stomach ulcers. It was a tough decision for her and she made the wrong choice. Perhaps if she had been up for the next breast surgery she would have gotten those “gold” crowns replaced with composite too.