Cancer & Other Benign Growth

Benign Extra Growths like

  • Lipoma
  • Tumors etc

What is Cancer?
Among 150 different types, five major groups of cancer are recognized:

  1. Carcinomas form in the epithelial cells that cover the surface of skin, mouth, nose, throat, lung airways, genitourinary and gastrointestinal tract, or that line glands such as the breast or thyroid. Lung, breast, prostate, skin, stomach, and colon cancers are called carcinomas and are solid tumours.
  2. Sarcomas form in the bones and soft connective and supportive tissues surrounding organs and tissues, such as cartilage, muscles, tendons, fat, and the outer linings of the lungs, abdomen, heart, central nervous system, and blood vessels. Sarcomas are also solid tumours, but sarcomas are both the most rare of malignant tumours and the most deadly.
  3. Leukemias form in the blood and bone marrow and the abnormal white blood cells produced there travel through the bloodstream creating problems in the spleen and other tissues. Leukemias are not solid tumours; they are characterized by an overproduction of abnormal white blood cells.
  4. Lymphomas are cancer of the lymph glands. Lymph glands act as a filter for the body’s impurities and are concentrated mostly in the neck, groin, armpits, spleen, the center of the chest, and around the intestines. Lymphomas are usually made up of abnormal lymphocytes (white blood cells) that congregate in lymph glands to produce solid masses. Two prime examples are Hodgkin’s disease and non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas.
  5. Myelomas are rare tumours that arise in the antibody-producing plasma cells or hemopoietic (blood cell-producing) cells in various tissues in the bone marrow.1

A key characteristic of cancer cells is their greatly prolonged life span compared to that of normal cells. Not only do cancer cells not die when they are supposed to, they also fail to develop the specialized functions of their normal counterparts. Masses of cancer cells may become like parasites, developing their own network of blood vessels to siphon nourishment away from the body’s main blood supply. It is this process that, unchecked, will eventually lead to the formation of a tumour — a swelling caused by the abnormal growth of cells. If the tumour invades adjacent normal tissue or spreads through lymph vessels or the blood vessels to other normal tissues, this tumour is considered malignant.2

Role of homeopathy in cancer:

There are different approaches being used to deal cancer patient, it depend on the severity and stage of the cancer. We at cure homeopathic clinic aim to treat the whole person rather than just physical symptoms. We take into the consideration the principle that the mind and body are so strongly linked that physical symptoms or illnesses cannot be cured without understanding and considering the person’s emotional state, constitution and character.

Homeopathy helps by stimulating the body’s own healing intelligence so as to activate the healing process. This is the essential distinction between the orthodox medical approach to cancer, which seeks to destroy the tumour, and the homeopathic approach, which treats the patient enabling their system to destroy the tumour. Addressing the overall constitution of the patient and administering one corresponding remedy is called constitutional treatment using classical homeopathy.

Certain other approaches are used depending on the seriousness of the cancer. One approach includes using the constitutional homeopathic remedy along with organ-specific remedies — remedies that target the organ presenting the tumour.

Homeopathic cancer treatment is promoted to be a natural and effective way helping you:

  • healing the cancer (depending on the stages)
  • Hastens the process of the healing along with other therapies like chemotherapies/radiotherapy/surgery
  • Prevent the recurrence of the cancer
  • Cope with anxiety, depression, and stress
  • Control symptoms as well as side effects like pain, tiredness, and sickness