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Friday, January 12, 2007

# 91 Breast Cancer and Bras

In a book entitled "Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras.", by Sidney Singer, and Soma Grismaijer, some interesting, but startling statistics are shown.
----------Amazon shows the book as 1930858051---------------------------

Women wearing a bra 24 hours a day had a 3 in 4 chance of developing breast cancer.

Women wearing their bras from more than 12 hours a day, but not to bed, had a 1 in 7 chance of developing breast cancer.

Women wearing bras less than 12 hours a day had a 1 in 152 chance of developing breast cancer.

Women who rarely or never wore bras, had a 1 in 168 chance of developing breast cancer.

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Am now rereading the book "Cancer: Step Outside The Box" by Ty M. Bollinger, and is where the above information came from.
( Next will be the book, Dressed To Kill.... )

Amazon shows the Bollinger book as 0978806506

The book by Bollinger, is filled with information, that I was unaware of, and should benefit, anyone needing this info.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whereas it doesn't keep gravity held at bay, for 10 years have only worn a bra 2-3 times a year, switched to T-shirts with built in fabric tray to hold the little tykes years ago after hearing about the studies conducted, how many people would want to wear plastic confiners 12-16 hrs a day?
It all made sense when you know how much more predominate breast cancer is these days, compare to other times thoughout history. Each women has their own vanity weakness, some it's the eyes, some it's the hair (me), some it's the bust. KMS

Sharon said...

The problem with not wearing a bra is that the lymphs get block. The breast is supposed to be in a forward pointing direction for optimal lymph flow. I hate bras myself and went most of my life without wearing one until my neighbor introduced me to a bra that offers support without wires. Breasts don't bounce and jiggle and it's much more comfortable than any other bra I'd worn (usually plain cotton ones which were the only ones I could tolerate the feel of). I've cut the label out but I think the company is called Jeunique. My lumpy lymph node is now normal due to improved lymph flow with the bra. It was pretty pricey but worth it since that will also prevent breast cancer. Bras that use metal underwires will attract EMFs and bring radiation to the area. Not what we want to do! If anyone actually reads this and is interested in doing an easy and effective self breast exam, please check out my website: www.tumoralert.com. and watch the video. Sharon