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DNA Damage, Cancer Caused by Ionizing Radiation Identified

After a long period of wondering whether ionizing radiation can cause cancer, researchers have found that the damage inflicted on DNA by this type of radiation may allow doctors to identify tumors caused by it, according to Iran Daily.

This confirms my own convictions that both radiation and radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF) have carcinogenic properties. Wireless phones and other gadgets have the potential to cause all sorts of health problems, from headaches to brain tumors. The link between brain cancer and cell phone use has been a particularly persistent one, and mounting research has only made this association stronger.

And while it’s taken this long for the link between ionizing radiation and cancer to come to the forefront of medical researchers, I’ve already reported that dental X-rays are a possible recipe for brain cancer and high CT scans expose you to scan-induced cancers.

Besides avoiding EMFs and radiation as much as possible, one way to protect yourself from radiation is to learn how vitamin D can help against a variety of radiation-induced damages. According to one large-scale study, optimal Vitamin D levels can slash your risk of cancer by as much as 60 percent. Keeping your levels optimized can help prevent at least 16 different types of cancer, including pancreatic, lung, ovarian, prostate and skin cancers.

Detoxing with potassium iodide, which works by flooding your system with iodine so your thyroid has no need to take in the radioactive form, and spirulina — a type of blue-green algae — can also help.
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