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While it is already known that breast cancer cells create the conditions for their own survival by communicating their needs to the healthy cells that surround them, Australian researchers have identified a new way of turning off that cellular cross talk.
Breast Cancer - Silencing a Deadly Conversation


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Breast cancer refers to the type of cancer that develops in the breast cell of men and women. It affects several people across the world and is among the most common forms of cancer after lung cancer. Women have the maximum risks of breast cancer but men may also develop the condition. Practicing some of the sitting and standing asanas can help to cure breast cancer. Some of the popular asana include: * Pawanmuktasana part-1 Anti- Rheumatic group * Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Psychic Network Purification) * Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breathing) * kapalbhati pranayama (Frontal brain cleansing breath) * Yoga nidra ( Psychic sleep) with therapeutic objactive Check out more info onBellaOnline ALERT: Raw URLs are not allowed in these forums for security reasons. Please use UBB code. If you don't know how to do UBB code just post here for help - we will help out!

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Hi Kelly,

Thank you for your response. As we know, unfortunately, there is no cure for breast cancer. Asanas are a wonderful source of mind/body relaxation and strength, and many cancer survivors incorporate a yoga practice into their lifestyle.

If you are currently in treatment, as always, check with your medical provider before beginning any physical exercise program, including yoga.


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Oh, yes, please, do seek advice from your medical provider. I knew a young person with late stage breast cancer. (this happened in the UK) She was at the stage when she was clutching at straws and seeking help from anyone who told her she could be cured. She went to a 'spiritual healer' who told her she only had to BELIEVE and change her focus and attitude, and he would heal her, because really, there is no such reality as cancer. She fell for the whole nine yards, hook line and sinker, and just late last year, when she became so ill she had to go into palliative care, she had the added horror of being told by this 'person' and those who recommended him, that she was dying because she didn't have faith, and was in fact, killing herself. She died in September, still wondering what she'd done wrong and why she failed. I can't begin to tell you how I feel about these kinds of 'healers'! They don't heal. They destroy! Melwyn


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