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Computer assisted thermographic medical imaging can safely diagnose breast-illness[1]; especially during any term of a pregnancy. The American College of Clinical Thermology is at <http://www.thermologyonline.org/Breast/breast thermography what.htm>.

Eating fresh, uncooked[2] fruits and vegetables; especially those grown in nutrient (selenium)[3] high[4], natural soil[4] can diapause cancer tumours.[2,3,4,5] The Bio Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association In New Zealand Inc is at <http://www.biodynamic.org.nz>.

A Tasmanian sample of some high quality lemons[3,4,5], pink grapefruit[3], onions[3,5], garlic[3,5], broccoli[2,3,5], turnips[2,3,5], carrots[3,5], pumpkin[3,5], brussels sprouts[2,3,5] and cabbages.[2,3,5] Tasmanian Organic-Dynamic Producers is at <http://www.tasorganicdynamic.com.au>.

Dietary dairy i.e. cow milk, cream, yoghurt, and butter can increase the growth rates of breast cancer tumours.[6] Cow milk is not a preferable source of calcium for pregnant women.[6,7] Fortunately there are many other good foods which are medicinal for cancer[2,5] and high in calcium.[6,7,8,9] For example: grapes, cabbages[2,5,7,8,9], and lettuce each contain more calcium than most fresh fruits and vegetables. Raw cabbage eaten can slow the growth rates of breast cancer tumours.[2,5,7,8,9]


EdaciousImber's Infa web page by Peter Burrill
Copyright 2003-2010 with some of the copyrights then discontinued by shareware
Version 6.4
November 2010
Melbourne, Australia

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Home garden grown lettuce contains ample calcium. However, most commercial organic lettuces (although pristine) are without much calcium content.
Grapes eaten daily can cause temporary fatigue; so grapes can only be eaten every 2nd day.


1. Zdenek Chudácek "Medical thermography" (Karlova University, Prague, 1977)

2. Robert Burns Arnot "The breast cancer prevention diet: the powerful foods, supplements, and drugs that can save your life" (Little, Brown and Company, U.S.A.,1999) p.94-95. ISBN 0-7336-1068-4.

3. Ronald R. Watson "Vegetables, fruit and herbs in health promotion" (CRC Press, Florida, 2001) p.273-283. ISBN 0-8493-0038-X.

4. Giovanni Dugo and Angelo Di Giacomo "Citrus The genus Citrus" (Taylor & Francis, London, 2002). ISBN 0-415-28491-0.

5. Deborah Mitchell & Deborah Gordon "Breast Health the Natural Way" (Wiley & Sons, New York, 2001) p.52-56. ISBN 0-471-37958-1.
6 Robert Cohen "Milk the deadly poison" (Argus Publishing, Englewood Cliffs N.J. U.S.A., 1998) p. 162,251-252. ISBN 0-9659196-0-9.

7. Michael Colgan "The new nutrition" (C.I. Publications, Encinitas CA U.S.A., 1994) p.59,60. ISBN 0-9624840-7-5.

8. U.S.D.A. "USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 16-1" 2004. <http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/> (25 April 2004)

9. Gayla J. Kirschmann "Nutrition almanac" (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1973) ISBN 0-07-034922-3.

10. Samuel P. Harbison and Guy L. Steele Jr "C, a reference manual" (Prentice-Hall, U.S.A., 1995) p. 344. ISBN 0-13-326224-3.

11. Dave Mark and Cartwright Reed "Macintosh programming primer" (Addison-Wesley, U.S.A.,1989) p. 48,327. ISBN 0-201-15662-8.