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The Anatomy of a Tumor

By Dr. Eric Berg DC
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Calcium deficiencies can trigger cancer and tumors in the colon and other body parts. Vitamin D deficiencies can also trigger cancer and fibroids (tumors). This is another good reason why getting your daily dose of sun is beneficial. But it all starts with a loss of communication within the cells and this occurs with calcium. Vitamin D and vitamin F help transport calcium. Vitamin K2also a fat-soluble vitamin, helps control abnormal cell growth.

 

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