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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 17 Jan 2020 17:52 #62167

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The chart below, which does not include skin cancer, indicates that since 1990, cancer rates have increased much more in developing countries compared to developed (industrialized) ones:


source: IEAE Human Health Campus

After posting it here , I begun thinking, why is that ?

Than it came to my mind, that developed countries use Chlorine Dioxide in water treatment plants, whereas developing countries don't, because it is way more expensive than using just the poisonous Chlorine (CL2). And from what I read here, the use of Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) in water treatment plants has begun in 1994. In countries like US it is used in about 60% of water (is that number correct ?).

So does it make sense to think that CLO2 present in water is serving humanity in cancer prevention in developed countries?

Prediction charts:


Source: WHO: alarming rise in global cancer rate


Source: Scientists have determined how we can prevent half of all cancer deaths

The last link has an article about cancer prevention with better lifestyle habits. But do people in industrialized countries have better lifestyle habits? I don't think so. For me it seems like the hallmark of developed countries is eating more industrialized food and junk food, overworking and having sedentary lives (no exercise). Do you agree ?
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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 25 Jan 2020 18:56 #62227

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Hi. I would appreciate hearing anyone's else opinion on the matter. Thanks.

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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 25 Jan 2020 21:48 #62229

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I think the reason cancer rates in developing countries are increasing more than developed countries is because of their recent acceptance, and now use of our 'modern' farming methods, instead of their previously used 'outmoded' farming methods.

The new 'modern' farming methods include the use of GMO crops and poisons, such as glyphosate. And we now know what that is doing to the foods we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and in turn, to us. Slowly making us sick and killing us. Big Pharma loves it! The globalists finally have a way to reduce the world's population. What a plan.
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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 26 Jan 2020 02:12 #62231

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Mr CLO2,

I fully agree on farming method as a cancer source. Though...

With recent acceptance of 'modern' farming methods in developing countries, doesn't that indicate that they use less GMO and poisons than developed countries, were this method is already used widespread?

You might think that they have less regulations about it. But they actually copy the regulations of developed countries. A pesticide that has been banned in developed countries years ago won't ever be approved in developing countries. At least this is how it works in Brazil.

For instance, here as soon as MMS knowledge begun to spread through internet, it got banned by "ANVISA" based on the fact that FDA had banned it too, years before. No one had to marry on a sail trip to get the ban approved. :P So US regulation is used as a reference.

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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 26 Jan 2020 18:00 #62241

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Here is some information that may explain it in the link below.

ensia.com/features/developing-world-pesticides/
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Cancer rates smaller in developed countries !? 28 Jan 2020 15:34 #62258

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@BlobJ ,

Well the article seems to be blaming Brazil and China for being the words greatest pesticide users. But how could that be different if those are the countries with the greatest farming production? Brazil is feeding the rest of the world !

And that does not mean developed countries use more sustainable practices in agriculture.

Actually, I now think the first charts I posted are a very misleading, because they are not based on percentile. When I found a chart based on percentile, it points towards the opposite direction. It shows that cancer rates are greater in developed countries.

source: ourworldindata.org/cancer

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