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Scans - Which Ones Give "True Picture" of Cancer Health?

A PET scan, not a CT or MRI scan, shows the “true Picture”of whether your cancer cells have been dealth with

–   On CT and MRI scans, dead or necrotic cancer cells show up just the same as live cancer cells – and can therefore give a false diagnosis

–   PET scans do differentiate between live and dead cancer cells

The body eventually breaks down and eliminates dead cancer cells

Also, CT scans actually cause 2% of cancer cases – a 2010 article at mercola.com reports: “According to a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine last year, CT scans alone will cause nearly 30,000 unnecessary cancer cases [every year] (about 2 percent of cancer cases), which will lead to about 14,500 deaths. But wait, there's more bad news. While 30,000 cancer cases is a large number, a New England Journal of Medicine study from 2007 estimated that overuse of diagnostic CT scans may cause up to 3 million excess cancers over the next 20 to 30 years.

Nearly 30,000 Americans Get Cancer From This One Procedure EVERY Year: Will You?, September 25, 2010, Dr. J. Mercola

Baking soda is used to protect kidneys from radiation damage from such as CT scans, MRIs and other radiological diagnostics or treatments

Baking Soda Protects Kidneys from Radiological / Chemotherapy damage and slows kidney diseases

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