by Dr. Asali Zaki - 7 January 2002
Other than skin cancer, breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer among women in the United States.
More than 180,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
Research has led to progress against breast cancer--better treatments, a lower chance of death from the disease, and improved quality of life. Through research, knowledge about breast cancer keeps increasing. Scientists are learning more about what causes breast cancer and are exploring new ways to prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat this disease.
Understanding the Cancer Process
Cancer is a group of many related diseases that begin in cells, the body's basic unit of life. To understand cancer, it is helpful to know what happens when normal cells become cancerous.
The body is made up of many types of cells. Normally, cells grow and divide to produce more cells only when the body needs them. This orderly process helps keep the body healthy. Sometimes, however, cells keep dividing when new cells are not needed. These extra cells form a mass of tessue called a growth or Tumor. Tumors can be benign or malignant
Breast Cancer: Who's at Risk?
Research has shown that the following conditions increase a woman's chances of getting breast cancer:
- Personal history of breast cancer. Women who have had breast cancer face an increased risk of getting breast cancer in their other breast.
- Family history.
- Certain breast changes.
- Genetic alterations.
Other factors associated with an increased risk for breast cancer include:
- Estrogen. (Hormones)
- Late childbearing.
- Breast density.
- Radiation therapy.
Early breast cancer usually does not cause pain. In fact, when breast cancer first develops, there may be no symptoms at all. But as the cancer grows, it can cause changes that women should watch for:
- A lump or thickening in or near the breast or in the underarm area;
- A change in the size or shape of the breast;
- Nipple discharge or tenderness, or the nipple pulled back (inverted) into the breast;
- Ridges or pitting of the breast (the skin looks like the skin of an orange); or
- A change in the way the skin of the breast, areola, or nipple looks or feels (for example, warm, swollen, red, or scaly
- Breast Bleeding (Hemorrhage) : Bleeding from the Nipple.
Bible Code Matrix
The Matrix starts at Ezekiel Chap 3 Vers.2 and ends at Ezekiel Chap.43 Vers. 13 .
Central term : Carcinoma at (ELS -8956 ).
A compact Bible code matrix showing the related words set in close proximity to the word " Carcinoma".
Webmaster Note: I duplicated Dr. Asali's matrix in CodeFinder: Millennium Edition so that viewers could see the matrix report with statistical measures. One necessary point is that I used a different term for "malignant", which made the matrix size smaller. The above matrix was done by Dr. Asali using Bible Codes 2000.
We add the text R-value for the main term, and add the matrix R-values for all other terms, while ignoring those with a negative matrix R-value. To be conservative, I ignore terms at an ELS of +1.
R-value = 0.088 + 6.921 = 7.009
R-value = Log (1/E)
therefore, E = 10, 209, 395
The matrix odds are 1 chance in 10, 209, 395 or 1 chance in 10.2 million.
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