This is really something. If I could put 10 red lights on this email I would...
Ms Baker added: "In future, the brain is likely to be the primary battle ground against cancer... It is essential that our health services monitor this growing danger and prepare to fight it."
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From: Mona Nilsson
To: Iris Atzmon
Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 10:31 AM
Subject: brain tumours missing
40,000 BRAIN TUMOUR PATIENTS 'MISSING' FROM OFFICIAL STATISTICS EACH YEAR
By Lorraine Connolly, Community Newswire HEALTH Tumour, 18 mar 2009 - 11:28
A national charity has today released figures that show more than 40,000 people affected by brain tumours are missing from the UK's official statistics each year.
Dr David Levy, consultant oncologist at Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield, said: "There are probably around 1,500 patients with high grade brain tumours missing from the official statistics as well as thousands of patients with lower grade and benign tumours.
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Informant: Iris Atzmon
Bowel cancer is now the second biggest cancer killer in the UK - only 50% survival rate and young people being mis-diagnosed because over years ago it has been an older person's cancer. Holding a mobile phone close to the body while texting or watching phone photos must be a possible cause, that is not being investigated (but isn't). Obesity would only be a factor as the body would be absorbing more EMFs. It needs a proper register and investigation but if 40,000 British brain tumour patients every year don't get recorded, I doubt that British bowel cancer patients will be...
Bowel cancer soars by 120% among the under-30s
The number of young people with bowel cancer has more than doubled in ten years. Obesity and lack of exercise are blamed for the 120 per cent rise in cases among under-30s between 1997 and 2006.
Full Story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1166010/Bowel-cancer-soars-120-30s.html
31 March 2009
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