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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with hundreds of published health articles. She also covers politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and paranormal topics. Jean is a popular guest on taboo-topic radio shows such as “Midnight in the Desert” and a regular news commentator on the Paralogian Report on Paraversal Universe Radio. Jean’s first book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases, is available on Amazon where reader feedback is always appreciated. For a fast-paced and forward thinking presentation to your group, contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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    “… a small tissue sample can be removed for laboratory analysis. This is called a biopsy and is very effective in determining if a troublesome polyp is benign (harmless) or malignant (cancerous).”
    This is also a proven way of ensuring your early death by spreading a cancerous polyp which might otherwise have remained dormant forever.
    Live longer and better by staying away from these drug-pushing and surgery-happy quacks.

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    Mary

    Jean,
    You need to do more homework. I am an RN that worked 31 years in the Intensive Care Units and Ers of a major hospital and the last 9 years in a Pain/Endoscopy unit performing intra op care of the Endoscopy patient. Stool samples, Cologuard studies and FIT studies that only detect 7 out of 10 cancers are all a waste of your time and money. Cologuard studies are frequently falsely positive bc all it takes is one red blood cell to give you a positive…think irritated hemorrhoid and then your Doc will tell you to be safe go have a colonoscopy. Your description of your colonoscopy is quite antiquated and not up to date with mainstream practice. 98% of patients come to the pre op area and have a detailed history completed by an RN, IV placed, and speak with Anesthesiologist. They are then taken to an OR suite or Procedural room and given Propofol and sometimes a bit of fentanyl(Pain Med) and versed(antianxiety) if necessary and they are completely asleep. No one asks them to do anything except pass gas in the recovery area. Polyps, growths are removed and sent for laboratory testing. Suspicious areas of inflammation may be biopsied when deemed necessary/beneficial by the Gastroenterologist/Surgeon/Or MD that is doing your Endoscopy. You have done a disservice with your misinformation. Set the record straight. This is a very preventable cancer if you have the proper procedure and swelling a pill or pooping in a cup IS NOT gonna be sufficient. You should of consulted with an expert in Colon Cancer before you wrote inaccurate and misleading information.
    You blew it
    Mary ByceCCRN

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